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15% off- RAVPower 90W USB C PD 3.0 GaN Wall Charger Power Adapter $84.95 Express Delivered @ SOBRE Smart Living Store


RAVPower first GaN charger in AU plug & RCM certified + 1.5m USB-C Cable

Auto detect devices with output PD18W/30W/45W/60W/87W/90W

PD3.0 90W Total Output: Powerful enough to fast charge your MacBook Pro 15”within 2 hours also brings stable high-speed charging to other laptops that rate under or over 90W
Dual Device Fast Charging: Performance-boosting smart power distribution detects & optimizes the power for the connected devices; charge two laptops simultaneously. Comes with one USB-C to USB-C charging cable
Universal Compatibility: Perfected to work with both PD & QC charging protocols for seamless use with all USB-charged devices such as MacBook Pro/Air iPad Pro iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XR/XS/X Pixel Galaxy S9/S8 and more
Advanced GaN Tech: GaN tech & Pi chip work in tandem to lower power consumption maximize charging efficiency to over 93% provide up to 90W of charging power & shrink the size for a small solid structure
Comprehensive Protection: Engineered to completely guard against overheating overcurrent overvoltage & short-circuit issues for a safe performance

Technical Specifications:

Input: AC100-240V, 50/60Hz 2. 5A
1, Single port output: PD18W/30W/45W/60W/87W/90W
2, Two ports used together:
1) Laptop + Laptop: 45W+ 45W
2) Laptop + Phone: 60W + 30W
3) Laptop + iPad 2017/2018/2019: 45W +30W
4) Laptop + Tablet (except iPad 2017/2018/2019): 60W +30W
Dimensions: 2. 5 x 2. 5 x 1. 2in / 64 x 64 x 32mm


Laptops Model:
Apple MacBook Pro 15 2017(A1707) / Apple MacBook Pro 13 2017(A1706) / Apple Macbook 12 / MacBook Air 13 / MacBook Air 12
Xiaomi Book Pro 15.6 / Xiaomi Book Air 13 / Xiaomi Book Air 12
HP EliteBook Folio G1 12.5 / Lenovo ThinkPad T470 (1FCD) / Lenovo ThinkPad X270 / Razer Blade Stealth 17
HP Spectre X360 / Spectre X2 / Spectre Folio / ELITE BOOK 830 G5; Lenovo X1 / YOGA730 / E490 / ideapad 720s-13 / THINKPAD X390 / Huawei MateBook X Pro / MateBook X / MateBook13 / Samsung Notebook9(950XBE) / Nintendo

Tablets Model: iPad Pro 12.9’/ iPad Pro 10.5’/ iPad Pro 11’/ iPad mini / iPad Air / Airpods Pro

Phone Model:
iPhone SE 2/ 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS Max / XS / iPhoneX / iPhone XR / iPhone8 plus / iPhone8 / iPhone7 / iPhone6s / iPhone6 / iPhone5s
Huawei P20 Pro / Huawei Mate RS / Huawei Mate10 / Huawei Mate 20 / Huawei Mate20 Pro / Huawei Magic2 / Huawei Honor 10 / Huawei Honor V10 / Huawei Honor 20 / Huawei P9 / Huawei Honor V8 / Huawei note 8 / Huawei Honor9 / Huawei note 10 / Huawei nova3 / Huawei nova2
Samsung S10 / S10e / S10+ / S9+ / Samsung S9 / Samsung Note Fan Edition / Samsung S8+ / Samsung S8
Xiaomi Blackshark / Xiaomi 8 / Xiaomi 8SE / Xiaomi MIX2S / Xiaomi MIX2 / Xiaomi max2 / Xiaomi note2 / Xiaomi note3 / Xiaomi 6X / Xiaomi 6 / Xiaomi 5
Vivo X27 / Nubia Z17 mini / Nubia Z17S / Nubia Z18mini
LG G5 / LG G6 / LG G7 thinkQ / LG G8 thinkQ / LG V20 / LG V30 / LG V40 thinkQ / LG Q7 / LG Q8 / LG Q9 / LG Q9 ONE OPPO R17 Pro / OPPO ren
HGTC U11 Plus / Google Pixel 2 / Blackberry KEYone / Nokia 8 Sirocco / OnePlus 5T / OnePlus 6 / Razer Phone / Lenovo Z5


1) When charging Apple devices with a third-party certified C-Lightning data cable, charging may be slow. Just re-plug the cable and the charging speed will restore to normal
2) E-mark data cable is a must to reach the maximum output of 90W. The ordinary C-C data cable can only recognize 60W protocol, which will cause slow charging warnings for DELL and LENOVO series notebooks.
3) If you plug a C-lightning data cable to one of the use port even though it doesn’t charge any device, the maximum output of the other port will reduce to 60W
4) Please kindly note that this charger is compatible with Note 10/10+/ Galaxy S20 Ultra, but does not support 25W/45W fast charging as it doesn't have PPS protocol.

What’s in the Box:

1) 1 x RAVPower GaN PD 90W Wall Charger
2) 1 x 1.5m USB-C to USB-C Charging Cable
3) 1 x User Guide

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Does anyone else think that RAVPower were pretty lazy in their implementation of GaN? Because the chargers are almost the same size as their non-GaN ones. So many others have made smaller GaN chargers.

    Here's what I would be buying:

    • Yeah it's a bit of a shame, although things like that link or kickstarter well seem to focus on a gorgeous forum factor for the us style prongs

    • +3

      The 100w Omega is probably larger once you add the oversized Australian plug. Their implementation of the international adapters is awful.

  • -2

    45 + 45 or 60 + 30.. no go for me who's looking for 87W from a single port. Good for others who don't need that much usb-c power.

    • +5

      1, Single port output: PD18W/30W/45W/60W/87W/90W"

      Pretty sure it says it will do that…

    • +1

      1, Single port output: PD18W/30W/45W/60W/87W/90W

  • +6

    The price on Amazon AU is $89.95 and has been since Dec30, so not exactly 15% off aye?


    • +3

      Yeah this isn't 15 percent off, and I wouldn't buy it if it was 15 percent more with the competition having better stuff around around the 100 mark.

      • +3

        Agreed, better (and smaller) options out there now.

        • Link(s)?

            • @Reddy Cool: The Choetech looks to be essentially the same footprint as the RavPower.
              The RavPower is potentially a better charger as well. Max output is 90W compared to 100W on the Choetech, however, the RavPower can split the power as needed between the two ports when charging 2 devices. Like the majority of Choetech's chargers, power split is fixed, in this case 45W+45W only (with 10W lost for some reason according to the specs on the amazon page).

              This isn't a good deal, but the Choetech isn't really a good deal either.

              • @Wilburre: TBH, there aren't many good high powered USB chargers, unless you go for laptop chargers (limited to one port) or you buy one from China. The ones from China are mainly desktop chargers and while wall-warts are available, they usually have a different plug and/or do not have a safety certification at all.

  • While not a wall-wart, this 150w option from Honga is a significantly a better value and is certified by TUV. It doesn't have an RCM certification, but I need to clarify that RCM do not test the products themselves, they only list them as such after another independent facility tests and approves of it, one of which is TUV. Also it's grounded. Sorry but a neg is going on this one.

    • -1

      Why does this comment have negs?

    • That's a different style product and ships from China with likely zero warranty or after sale service.

      Completely unfair comparison.

      • If you want a cheaper alternative Huwder sells a 100w variant of the Honga for $45 so you can always buy another one if one fails. Otherwise if you need an Australian wall-wart then the 100w Choetech wall-wart for $80. Also calling the comparison unfair is incorrect, Australia doesn't have many high powered chargers, so unless you want to waste money on options like this Ravpower…

        • Or buying two of these to make up one 150w Honga…

    • These look good.

  • $85 for a charger?

    • It's a 90w usb c pd charger, which is supposed to be smaller than conventional chargers. The main draw for this is that it can charge laptops that allow for usb c charging, as well as other devices like tablets, phone, and Nintendo switch at Max capacity. Cheapy chargers typically charge at much slower rates and won't output enough power to do laptops. 45w is a benchmark for most light laptops. Bigger laptops will need 60w minimum (like the xps15), and the higher the wattage, the better the charging rate with these chargers.

      A replacement laptop charger will run you around these prices, so you might as well get this thing that can charge multiple devices at max capacity and output more.

  • lol this post has been most useful for pointing me in the direction of chargers that I actually want to big - I think I'm going to get one of those Omega 200w chargers. Charge my laptop, my tablet and Oneplus phone all at high speed, the VOOC charging I think is the same as WARP charging.

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