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[Prime, Waitlist] RAVPower 45W PD 5 Port USB Charger $31.99 Delivered @ Sunvalley Amazon AU

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$4.80 less than the last deal.

Lightning deal, ends in 6 hours or when sold out.

  • USB C PD: Up-to-45W USB C Power Delivery fully recharges your 2015 13” MacBook in only 2 hours; ismart 2. 0 adjusts to connected devices and outputs up to 2. 4A per port
  • Charges 5 Devices: One USB Type-C PD port pairs with four ismart 2. 0 USBs for a simultaneous fast charging treatment
  • Works Worldwide: Universal 100V-240V AC input ensures the wall charger connects even when you’re travelling abroad
  • Fully Protected: Integrates safeguards for overcharge, short-circuit, over-voltage, and overheating
    What You Get: Lifetime (After Register), Repower 60W 5-Port USB Charging Station, 5ft / 150cm Detachable Power Cord, and User Guide

Edit 145pm: 100% claimed Join the waitlist and check the page, you only have a short amount of time to purchase. Note that the waitlist might not be able via mobile site/app, request desktop site.

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2020

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  • +1

    Nice, have one but got another, don’t even need it. Good deal!

  • Bought one before and its good in quality
    However, will hope that the PD is 60w instead of 45w
    which might be a bit under power to charge Macbook Pro 13" (still able to charge but at a slower rate)

    • oops - edited as irrelevant

  • Nice. Slightly cheaper than back in November 2019.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/499449

  • When buying such chargers, aren’t we required to buy the USB cables also that support fast charging up to 45W? As normal USB C or USB3.0 cables don’t support 45W/60W charging. Can someone clarify plz. Tks

    • Cables are rated for Amps (A). Depending on the USB charging standard used and the capabilities of the device and the charger, various combinations of A and Volts (V) can be used. Multiply A*V to get the W provided.

      From what I remember when I looked in to this a while ago, the USB-C specification states all USB-C cables should support 3A. Some optionally go up to 5A. USB-PD can go up to 20V so assuming your device and charger both are capable of 20V, all USB-C cables should support 60W minimum.

  • +2

    Can anyone recommend a charger that can put out at least 65w for my XPS 15 (max it will take from non-Dell chargers) and a Note 9?

    I'm after simulteneous USB PD 3.0 and QC 3.0, and an additional port or two wouldn't hurt.

  • Is it similar to BlitzWolf BW-S16?

  • This charges Pixel phones? PS4 controllers?
    Looking for a unit to keep in the living area to keep random things in to charge.

  • Great, missed this. Any other recommendations?

    • It looks like this will be available again tomorrow for Prime, not sure what price though. Heads up to anyone following.

      • Only $36.79, not as good.