CHOETECH 4 Port 72W USB Charger with USB-C PD 60W $47.99 Delivered @ Choetech Amazon AU

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CHOETECH 4 Port 72W USB Charger with USB-C PD 60W $47.99+ Delivery (Free with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU

No need to worry about the charging speed of the laptop and the mess of a bunch of wires, CHOETECH brings the fastest charging speed to your laptop.

-【60W Type-C Power Delivery】
-【3 Smart USB A Ports】Charges up to 3 devices at once and one power port up to 5V/2.4A max.
-【USB-IF Certified, Charge Safely】The USB-C is certified USB-IF, truly USB PD compliant and can be trusted to operate at a high level of safety. Besides, the built-in smart IC chip ensures complete protection for you and your devices, including over-heating, over-current, and short-circuit protections

Apply the coupon SVJRR3AK at checkout to get it for $59.99 $47.99

Universal Compatibility:
 
2018/2017/2016/2015 MacBook 
2017/2016 MacBook Pro 
iPad Pro/Air,
iPhone Xs/XS Max/XR/8(Require a USB-C to Lightning Cable) 
Nintendo Switch
Dell XPS
Samsung Note 8/ S8/S8+ 
Google Pixel 2/Pixel/Pixel XL 
Nexus 5x/6P 
LG G6 
Huawei Mate 10. etc

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Comments

  •  

    Hey Team, does this model support any form of PPS? Asking to see if it will deliver more than 25w to my Note 10 (obviously with the right e-tagged cable).

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      "proprietary power standards"? It says 5V Max on the A ports, so I'd expect not.

      The note 10 however supports usb pd(up to 45w I think?), so you should be ok here.

      For a few bucks extra, the kogan one seems like a better option as it includes QC3? https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-75w-pd-and-qc-30-multipor...

      (not that I like supporting kogan for some reason!)

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        PPS = Programmable Power Supply. It's an optional part of the USB-C standard, but the Note and newer phones/devices require it to charge at their full power. In the Note's case, 45w.

        Standard USB-C PD doesn't charge the Note at even 25w unfortunately, so it would be slower than the provided adaptor.

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          No it doesn't. Anything with PPS is going to advertise it and make sure you have an e-mark USB-C cable which again… they'll likely advertise.

          Samsung love to follow standards differently.

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          Wait the PD spec has even more randomness to it!? Boy that's new to me…

          • +1 vote

            @incipient: All these new standards are becoming absurd. So many variations and you buy one charger that will do everything to find that you need to buy a newer one to properly charge another product that uses a variation of the original standard…..

            So much for saving the planet by reducing the number of chargers.

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        @incipient I do like this Kogan charger, I bought it several months ago and it charges my Dell XPS quickly also my partner uses it to charge her Macbook. It is in fact a rebranded Satechi charger seen here on Amazon. Satechi 75 W charger but the Kogan price is a lot better. Satechi has now put out a dual USB-C charger with 2 USB-A ports with fast charging, I wish I bought this one now that I have several USB-C devices. Satechi Dual USB-C 75W PD 4 port charger

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      Hi fatal

      Here is the specification of the product:
      Input: AC 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz 1.5A Max
      Output:72W
      USB-C: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/3A
      USB-A*3: Total 5V/2.4A Max (2.4A Max each port)

      Curry
      CHOETECH

      • +3 votes

        I am have this charger, bought from Amazon. Unfortunately I can not recommend it due to the constant high pitch coil whine.

  • +1 vote

    The Kogan charger seems better

  •  

    There is not one CHOETECH unit on the electrical safety approvals list which means these cannot be sold in Australia as new or secondhand units

    http://www.australiansafetyapproval.com/certificate-search-r...

    • +1 vote

      Isn't ASA a private company who does safety certification? It isn't a requirement to have a certificate from ASA in particular, there are other organisations who can do safety certs.

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        The safety approval list is harmonised, that is all testing authorities are covered in the results, not just the results of the particular website

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          Searching for "E27" in either model or description on the ASA site returns exactly one product. Are you trying to tell me that every E27 light bulb and socket on the market in Australia is not safety approved?

          You're incorrect.

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      Yes they can be sold. I can personal import any electrical product for my use and I can resell it later.

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        It’s illegal to sell any product in Australia that is not got a electrical safety mark and is not listed on the certification list:

        1. What are the requirements for importing and/or selling electrical products?
          All electrical equipment imported and sold in Australia must be proven to be electrically safe. Specific items (declared or prescribed electrical products) must also have Certification and be marked to show compliance with this requirement.
        2. Why do I have to obtain Approval certification for electrical products?
          Every State and/or Territory of Australia has legislation requiring declared electrical products to be Approved and marked with an safe electronic products approval mark before sale.
        3. What products must have Approval certification?
          All products listed as Declared (or prescribed) Electrical Products must have Approval certification before being sold in Australia.
        4. Will my product approved by SAA be accepted Australia wide?
          SAA Approvals has been gazetted as a Recognised External Approvals Scheme by the Minister for Fair Trading (NSW) and all other States of Australia as well as New Zealand recognise SAA Approvals under the Mutual Recognitions Agreement.

        Border force and police are cracking down on imports that are not certified as people have died:

        https://www.crn.com.au/news/reseller-fined-46000-for-selling...

        Do you want to take the risk “The penalties for selling, importing, exchanging or hiring out unmarked and untested chargers in Australia is $82,500 in fines for an individual, and the possibility of up to two years in prison.

        For corporations, it's far more serious. You're looking at up to an $825,000 fine and potential jail time.”

        https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2014/06/how-to-tell-if-your-charg...

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          Utter rubbish. I can personally import any electrical item into Australia for personal use. And when I'm finished with it I can legally resell it.

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      Hi markis1

      Amazon's listing policies require all the Mobile phone wall charger to be certified.

      This charger is sold according to the standards provided by Amazon and is certified. Please rest assured.

      Curry
      CHOETECH

  • +1 vote

    AVOID THIS BRAND !

    They had a big clearance sale last time and I bought a bunch of electronics from them and they were poorly made and didn’t last that long .
    I sent them a complaint email and they completely ignore me after several attempts.

    You’re better off getting the Satechi or even anker when it is on sale for quality and peace of mind .

    I have both and haven’t had any issues with them.

    •  

      HI shyguy

      All of our orders on any product quality problems have after-sales team to follow up,
      and all products have a 18-month warranty and lifetime technical support.

      Curry
      CHOETECH

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