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BlitzWolf BW-S16 75W Dual PD 3.0 & Dual QC 3.0 6-Port Charger US$32.99 (~A$45.48) AU Stock Delivered @ Banggood

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Another popular charger on sale again and the lowest price it's been. With dual USB Type-C PD ports, dual QC 3.0 ports and 2 standard ports it's suitable for charging a wide variety devices. It has an AU plug and ships from the AU warehouse.

  • Apply the coupon BG11BWS16AU at checkout.

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate at time of posting and may stack with cashback.


Specifications:
Model BW-S16
Color Black
Input AC100-240V 50/60Hz 1.7A max
USB-C1&C2 DC5V⎓3A/9V⎓3A/12V⎓3A/15V⎓3A/20V⎓3.25A, 65W max
USB-A1&A2 DC5V⎓3A/9V⎓2A/12V⎓1.5A, 18W max
USB-A3&A4 DC5V⎓2A
USB-C1/C2+USB-A3/A4 Output 65W+10W(75W MAX)
USB-C1+USB C2+USB-A3/A4 Output 45W+18W+10W(73W MAX)
USB-C1/C2+USB A1/A2+USB-A3/A4 Output 45W+18W+10W(73W MAX)
USB-C1/C2+USB A1/A2+USB-A3/A4 Output 45W+15W+10W(70W MAX)
USB-C1+USB C2+USB-A1/A2+USB-A3/A4 Output 30W+18W+18W+10W (76W MAX)
USB-C1+USB C2+USB-A1/A2+USB-A3/A4 Output 30W+18W+15W+10W (73W MAX)
Total 75W max
Fast Charging Protocols PD3.0/QC2.0/QC3.0/BC1.2 DCP/ Apple 2.4A/AFC/FCP
Plug Type EU Plug, UK Plug, AU Plug, US Plug
Safe Protection Short circuit protection, over-current protection, over-voltage protection, over temperature protection, under voltage protection, etc.; pcv0 fire-proof and high temperature resistant shell material
Size 96.6 X 70 X 28.5mm

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  • +1

    I've been looking for something like this, would this be ok to charge a Google pixel XL? Alongside PlayStation controllers etcetera etcetera

    I'm constantly charging everything individually, so it would be really handy lol

    • +2

      Yep not a problem at all.

  • Good deal!

  • +1

    This or the xiaomi one at $39. The blitz wolf is slightly bigger but has two stands which is handy

    • +1

      The ZMi one comes with a USB-C to USB-C cable.

    • +1

      This is basically a larger version of the ZMI with more ports. It comes down to if you need the extra ports can if you can wait for that deal to return.

    • +1

      I bought the xiaomi one. Not enough ports I'd say

    • I have and use both daily. They fundamentally perform the same, but the blitzwolf has more ports. They both do everything I want and reliably charge my XPS15 at 60w.

  • +4

    Will it charge obscure phone model?

    • +2

      As long as it has Band 28!

  • Great deal! Bought 1. Thanks

  • Can vouch for this I ordered 2 when it was first released and it is very quick to charge devices

  • +1

    Just beware, build quality on this is only average.

    Probably an OEM product with BlitzWolf logo on.

  • I have two of this - works wonderfully.

  • $48.86?

    • Are you using Banggood's or PayPal's inflated rate? I used the actual exchange rate.

      • Order Subtotal: AU$61.43
        Coupon: -AU$15.36
        Shipping Fee: AU$0.00
        Grand Total:AU$46.07

        This is the best I could get after clicking around and deselecting shipping insurance

  • +5

    Does this have any coil whine?

    • Is this included or do I need to pay extra? :p

    • Mine definitely does, but its barely audible and I only noticed it because I was in a quiet room listening out for it

  • Shows up as AU$47.30.

    • +2

      When you let PayPal do the currency conversion*

      Clicking see currency conversions and choosing USD if your card has no international transaction fees will get you whatever Mastercard or VISA are currently providing.

      • thx!

      • Does this happen during the checkout comment was it in the settings?

        • PayPal checkout you will see a "See currency conversions" under your payment method where you can switch from AUD to USD.

    • yeah I paid 47.30 too last night

  • Plus $3.76 shipping then another %10 gst ontop ends up over $50

    • +1

      No it doesn't. You should select the AU warehouse under Ships from.

  • We recommend you purchase shipping insurance. If no insurance is purchased, we will not compensate you if the package is lost in transit.

    ^^ I will pay via PayPal. Doesn't this contradict PayPal policy?

    • +1

      It's a rip off with all Chinese sellers. It literally means nothing.

    • +1

      Banggood may not compensate you but PayPal will, definitely use it.

      • Do you mean use PayPal, or pay extra for the shipping insurance, or both?

        • +3

          Use PayPal and don't pay for the insurance. If it doesn't turn up you'll have no worries getting your money back from PayPal.

          • @MitchyD1989: Thought that's what you meant. Thanks for making it clear for some people here.

  • I'm stuck trying to check out, won't accept my phone number?

    • *Please enter 6-15 digits only

      • You should be able to register a Banggood account without putting your phone number.

        • I've always had one, but when I try to check out, it bounces back up to where my saved address is and throws an error.

          • @highon2str: Tried doing the +614… ?

            • @Clear: it prefills +061, I've tried 04 and 4, I've tried 00000, 000000000, 000000000000 etc but it keeps throwing me back with "*Please enter 6-15 digits only"

    • Same issue for me

      • Thanks for confirming…. I was beginning to feel noobish… LOL

        • +1

          Ok just got it to work, go to your account and edit the address book and put the mobile in there.

          • @tezza: Oh nice! Thank you that worked. What a fluff around though.. ended up paying $46.07

  • Anyone tried using these with raspberry pis before?

  • brought one in the last deal.
    Highly recommended

  • +1

    Thanks, already have one and didn’t necessarily need a second but OzBargain gets the better of me yet again.

    • +1

      Bonus: also stacked with the $5 Cashrewards boost that’s running today. About $7.50 back in total, I can sleep better tonight.

  • any deal for car pd charger? love to charge laptop

  • Thanks OP, just picked one up

  • Can i use this to charge Ideapad s540 below ?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/578125

    • Does it support charging via USB-C? If so then yes.

      • Yes and original charger is 65w that comes with ideapad.

        • +1

          Then this will do the trick nicely as it does 65W USB-PD.

          • @Clear: Ideapad spec's doesn't say PD anywhere. It just says 65W charging … does this makes any difference ?

            • @ChipsChicky: Yes. It's important to know if the USB-C port can be used for charging.

              • @Clear: It chagres via USB-C but it doesn't mention that USB C charging is QC3 or PD … it just says USB C Charging.

                • +2

                  @ChipsChicky: If it's USB-C charging then it'll always be USB-PD as you'll need a USB-C to C cable. This should be fine then.

  • -1

    Assuming this comes with the shitty travel adapters? I can't stand them won't stay in sockets.

    • Did you look at the photos? It uses an AU Plug Figure 8 cable.

      • I don't see the plug end in the photo?

        I can however see the plug models in the options…

        • You can see the figure 8 connection in the back of the charger.

  • +1

    what's so good about these?

    • +1

      65W USB-PD can charge pretty much all laptops that support charging via USB-C. Then you can charge your phone, tablet, power bank and any other device.

      • Don't you mean 75W?

        • +7

          75W in total across both ports. But one individual port can only do up to 65W max.

  • Hoping these guys come up with a charger similar to this but capable of charging a Macbook Pro 16 (96w). Fingers crossed :)

    • +2

      65W chargers still seem to work for me with charging the Macbook Pro 16 if it's not running at full load (such as gaming). Even doing 4k video editing or exporting a video (neither of which fully maxes out the CPU + GPU) a standard 65W from experience still juices it up, just not as quickly.

      But it would definitely be great if they come up with a 100W version with multiple ports.

    • You can charge any USB-PD device with this. If the rated power output for USB-C is lower than the devices original charger it will simply charge slower. The only caveat to this if you are using the device you are charging and it is able to consumer more that the chargers rated power output, in which case it will slowly drain your battery.

      For example I use a 30W USB-PD brick to charge my Macbook Pro 13 as it is much smaller and more portable. Don't notice the difference in daily usage.

  • Thanks OP. Missed out on a previous one similar to this. Can finally give my current one to family :)

  • don't need this but got it

  • To anyone that owns one of these, could you please explain your general use case/scenario for it?
    I just have a 4 port powerboard with 4x 10w/12w usb chargers plugged into it currently.

    • +1

      same but the only reason I bought this is because I have 3 usb c devices but only 2 usb power blocks

    • For travelling it would be difficult to carry power board.

    • +2

      Space and efficiency. I tuck these under my desk and have neat cable management.
      Negligible diff but a single AC to DC convertor will also be more power efficient and generate less heat compared to multiple chargers.

    • Faster charging in much smaller form factor. Also the PD ports.

    • +2

      I have this and it stays exclusively in my tech travel bag. I no longer have to carry 2-3 different chargers for different devices; and the biggest advantage is that it charges my laptop as well. My tech travel bag is now much lighter and more room for other stuff. Absolutely recommend this.

  • Mines ordered 2 months ago from China never came, even the 17 track app gave up saying it's deemed lost (last location stuck in Melbourne!). Oh well at least paypal refunded my money.

    • +1

      This ones AU stock so will have better luck here if you still want one.

      I ordered one a couple months ago from overseas and tracking showed it was stuck in Sydney for about a month and a half before it finally arrived.

  • paid $45.48 AUD with Mastercard Coles Platinum (no international transaction fee)

  • forgot to add the code is ti worth it to ty to cancel and order again to save the $4?

    • +2

      Your Ozbargain bargain status is under review.

      • +1

        I feel ashamed

        (plus wasn't even going to purchase this but whatever)

  • cant fast charge and charge other things at one time. this item sucks

    • +1

      Are you sure? The table provides examples of the fast charging it can do when other ports are used.

      • 100%

        i have my galaxy watch plugged into the bottom
        my samsung galaxy in the red
        battery charger in the bottom

        samsung does not fast charge. it flashes and keeps cycling through until i unplug it

        very crappy product

        • What Samsung do you have? The newer versions require the uncommon USB-PD PPS protocol.

  • +1

    I see new user coupon for $20, anyone created a new account for this? Unsure if it'd work lol

    • +1

      It gives you $20 worth of coupons rather than $20 off.

  • +1

    Just sharing my experience guys. I preordered this charger before and using it from last 2/3 months.. It can charge according to the description but it had one drawbacks. Each time you plug or unplug in any port, the charger seems restart charging. So, if I charge two phones and unplug one phone. The other phone stop and start charging. So avoid it.

    • exactly the same issue here. this item sucks

    • +1

      why is this a problem?

      • If using one of the ports as a power supply for something, like a Raspberry PI

    • +9

      Sounds like its by design. Every time there is a change in the power draw it has to calculate its output on each of it's ports to prevent overload. Otherwise what do you think is going to happen if you're drawing 18W from the QC3 port and you plug a 65W PD laptop into the USB-C?

      I own this and I have tested it using a Samsung charging pad and a Dell XPS 15.
      With the dell plugged in along with the wireless charger (no phone on it) bios reports 60W charger, as soon as I place my phone on the fast charge Qi pad, the dell drops to 45W

      It's clearly described as a charger and not a power supply.

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