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20w USB-C + USB GaN Fast Charger for iPhone, iPad & Android $18.45 + Delivery @ Home Kit Australia

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OzBargain followers will be able to enter the discount code - OZ20WBARGAIN - at checkout to obtain a $7.50 discount on their 20w charger order. You get a $7.50 discount on EVERY piece you order. (Normal price is $25.95.)

So if you order a 3 pack of 20w GaN chargers, the final price will be $16.50 per charger plus standard freight of $6.55 or Express Post for $8.95. For fastest delivery we recommend paying the extra $2.40 for Express Post.

Delivery is a flat charge, so the more you order, the cheaper per piece cost becomes.

These 20w GaN chargers have dual ports - both USB-C and standard USB plus they fully conform to the PD 3.0 power delivery standard, so they will charge an iPhone 12 via MagSafe at the full 15w (iPhone 12 mini at 12w).

Just using the USB-C port will provide a full 20w charge, and fully conforming to PD 3.0.

After you buy a charger you will also have the option to buy our premium 5A 100w rated USB-C to USB-C cables at 50% off the normal $14.95 price. This offer is made AFTER checking out and you have 5 minutes to accept the 50% discount offer.

Gallium Nitride or GaN is a significantly superior material for AC wall chargers than the older silicon based chargers. It is rumoured even Apple is about to switch to GaN chargers.

Gallium Nitride (GaN) chargers – smaller, faster, cooler, safer.

Summary:
1 x 20w GaN charger $18.45 + $6.55 delivery
3 x 20w GaN charger $16.50 each + $6.55 delivery
Express Post is flat $8.95 or FREE for orders over $155
Charger is RCM (SAA) Australian certified
150 x 20w GaN chargers available for this offer
https://homekitaustralia.com.au or direct to -
https://homekitaustralia.com.au/discount/OZ20WBARGAIN?redire...

All chargers are in stock and ship same day. We also have $9.99 MagSafe iPhone 12 clear cases in stock - all sizes -
https://homekitaustralia.com.au/products/iphone-12-magsafe-c...

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  • -1 vote

    No spec mentioned when simultaneously used?

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      If you are charging with both ports it is 15w USB-C and 5w USB

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        If you need more than 20w output, we have a 2 x USB-C 1 x USB 65w GaN charger and a 100w GaN charger 2 x USB-C 2 x USB charger - both in stock

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      Based on what OP provided when both ports are being used:

      • USB-PD on USB-C is gone.
      • QuickCharge on USB-A is gone.

      You are left with 5V charging (bye bye fast charging basically). Typical single chipset 20W design.

  • +1 vote

    Friendly reminder, there needs to be a price in the title (no just discount).

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    How many amps can it provide to standard USB devices (non-PD)? A full 4A at 5V?

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      Output: TYPE C 5V-3A, 9V-2.22A 12V1.67A
      Output: TYPE A 5V-3A, 9V-2A 12V1.5A

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      Standard USB-C is 3A max, USB-A is 2.4A.

  • +1 vote

    A Geninue Apple fast charger is $21, when it is promoted

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      Apple don't yet supply GaN chargers, they are still the older silicon chargers. It is also a single port charger, not dual port. $29 today.
      BTW Apple do not make their chargers, they operate a subcontract process much the same as most people do …. but yes I'd much rather have an Apple silicon charger than one from another source.
      We've stopped selling silicon chargers completely, and only sell Gallium Nitride chargers.

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    Can you put it against a Credit Card to show sizing?
    As it seems quite large for a 20W Charger. I have one which is alittle larger than a credit card with 4 ports (2x USB-C and 2x USB-A) and 100W charging……

    The one you are selling has the dimensions of: 43mm x 39mm x 27mm
    The 100W i have is: 70 x 68.5 x 29mm

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    I purchased a 2 pack of HEYMIX equivalents of these the other day:
    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08R3J3X37/ (from the body of this deal)

    At the time it was $16 for 1 or $28 for a 2 pack, it's now up to $18/$30. It's from Amazon, so free shipping with Prime - I got mine the day after I ordered. They seem very good so far, similar form factor to the old little 1A iPhone chargers, but maybe 1.5 times as long.

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      Yes a silicon charger and doesn't appear to be PD 3.0 - it is RCM certified though, which is good. Silicon chargers are cheaper but they don't offer the advantages of GaN chargers.

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        ooh good call, I bought one of the main ones in that deal which was GaN but didn't really notice for the tiny ones.

        Also it is PD3.0, literally says so in the title and on the side of the device.

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    Are they HomeKit enabled?

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      Sorry??? These are AC chargers.
      If you are referring to our HomeKit power plugs, they are at -
      https://homekitaustralia.com.au/products/homekit-smart-power...
      and yes these are genuine HomeKit and RCM (SAA) AU certified.

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        If you mean, can they be turned on and off if plugged into a HomeKit power plug …. the answer is YES.

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          okay thanks, I have HomeKit enabled plugs so it should do. thanks again!

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            @Okayy: Sorry, I misunderstood at first.
            With GaN, you can leave these on all the time without them getting hot like the older silicon chargers. Also, the PD 3.0 protocols ensure the charger and device handshake to deliver only the required output power. And of course, they are Australian certified, RCM, so they are safe to leave plugged in.
            Thanks.

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              @HomeKit Australia: yeah I heard about GaN tech on LewLater podcast and I think Apple also considering a switch from their current technology chargers but in the meantime I will try this deal.

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    Is there any point in saying that this is a GaN charger as it's bigger than most non-GaN chargers?

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      I don't understand … how is it bigger?
      Sorry, I see - you mean the older silicon 18/20w chargers?
      The GaN chargers will output higher watts at a consistent level than the silicon and they don't get anywhere near as hot as the older chargers. They are cooler and safer.
      There's a minimum board size for the GaN and I haven't seen a GENUINE GaN charger smaller than ours.
      If you see a charger claiming to be a GaN charger and it is smaller than ours, chances are it is claiming to be GaN but is an older silicon charger - you will know which it is when you plug it in and leave it turned on charging.
      Hope this helps.

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    the bigger charger dissipates heat better, so not sure why the big deal about size, rather big charger that runs cool then small charger that runs hot.

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    For some reason the 3 x 20w charger pack is not applying a 3 x $7.50 discount. If you want to buy the 3 pack please contact us on email - [email protected] - and we will ensure you get the full $22.50 off the 3 pack price.