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BlitzWolf BW-S12 27W Type-C USB PD & QC4+ AU Charger + Bakeey 5A 1m Type-C Cable $13.96 US (~$21.70 AU) Delivered @ Banggood

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This charger from BlitzWolf features an AU plug with a single USB Type-C port which supports USB Power Delivery, Qualcomm Quick Charge 4+ and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0. Perfect for fast charging your phone, power bank or Nintendo Switch. It also comes with a free 1m or 0.5m USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable from Bakeey that supports 5A charging.

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    and 2yrs ago I paid $us12 for the dual USB-C PD + USB 2.4a charger with an AU plug (BW-S11) 30W

  • If you have a need to get a 27W charger, then I guess you could consider it. As for the gift (the USB-C / 5A cable), while 5A (if true) is nice, given it is USB 2.0, the rendered connector image is misleading. A USB-C/PD USB 2.0 cable does not need all the USB-C pins so the cable wouldn't have all the pins (even Apple USB-C/USB-C USB 2.0 cable only has just enough pins, not all USB-C pins).

    Otherwise, for 18W USB-C charging, if you really don't want to buy the original one, you could consider K-mart's anko charger for $10:

    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/wall-charger-with-usb-c/269...

    That charger supports both QC2/3 and USB-PD. It's a bit bulky though.

    • That's a good option if you didn't get to snaffle up this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/536083

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        They are different type of charger, K-mart one is a USB-C PD charger, BlitzWolf BW-S9 you refer to is USB-A QC3 charger.

          • @ConsumerAffairs: I pointed out an issue with that charger when both ports are being used. Under that arrangement, both ports fall back to 5V mode. As the specs indicated that max output is 15W when both ports are being used, it implies 1.5A per port (or 1 port could get 2.4, leaving the other port with the rest - 0.6?). Essentially, when both ports are used, QC/PD are both gone. Dual ports single chip design deficiency (pretty common).

            Now, if you only use 1 port at the time, it is a decent choice. Just bear in mind the limitation of dual port usage. Frankly, I think that's inferior than 1 port QC+PD, 1 port 5V 2.4A design.

      • As O O pointed out, the one in you link is a USB-A charger. A USB-A charger cannot support USB-PD.

        The K-mart / el cheapo one, is USB-C, which means with the right chipset, it can support USB-PD, QC2, QC3 + others. Basically, it can charge both Apple iPhone/iPad Air3/Pro in fast charge mode, and Android phones with QC2/QC3/4 support through USB-C port.

        However, I recommend people stick with original chargers if possible.

  • Just want to point out that if you have S20, S10 5G, Note 10 or you have a Samsung phone that comes with a 25W USB-C charger, BW-S12 probably won't be able to support the 25W PPS mode (USB-PD 3.0/PPS). BW-S12 probably only supports PDO and under that mode, Samsung's official information indicates it will only be able to at best allow 18W charging under PDO mode.

    USB-C/PD is still a mess at the moment.

  • $22.61 via paypal but there was a shopback cashback as well :)

  • Has anyone else had issues with theirs? I bought this from this deal, arrived in ~1month, has stopped working by the second time used. Most likely the cable I guess but don't have any other USB c output devices so cant test