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ORICO DCW-4U 30W 4 Port USB Wall Charger AU Plug US$5.40 (~A$7.11) Delivered @ Orico Charger Station Store AliExpress


Low price on this USB charger that's probably being cleared out due to being an older model, as it has 4 standard USB ports with 5V/2.4A charging. Despite having no QC/PD it's still a good buy for charging/powering a lot of devices and it has an AU plug with 100pcs available.

AU$ based on current Mastercard and stackable with cashback.

  • Material: PC + ABS
  • Ports: 4 USB Charging Ports
  • Output: 5V2.4A Per Port; 5V6A 30W Max
  • Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.8A Max
  • Circuit Protection: Over Current Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection, etc.
  • Dimensions: 75.8 x 74 x 30mm

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  • +2

    Oo the plug is built into the body not good….. i prefer the common one with extension cable to the wall so i can put this on top of my desk

    • +1

      Hence the use of the wording wall charger. This monster is what I use on my desk and it works well.

      • you running a click farm?

        • Doesn't seem like a lot really. 2 phones, USB fan, USB lamp with the occasional power bank or tablet.

  • https://a.aliexpress.com/_mq2KkDd

    A bit more but better

    • Lacks the AU plug so you'd be scrambling for a spare figure 8 cable. Hence why I didn't want to share.

      • +1

        Not too hard to get a figure 8 cable. Comes with many printers. Have tonnes!

        • +2

          If you don't have a spare then you have to buy one. That'll trigger a lot of people here.

      • +3

        Comes with a US plug that you can just bend with long nose pliers to fit into an AU socket.

        • not recommended. but it works!!!

  • Nearly all my phones with metal backs have a vibrating feeling whenever I use fast/quick chargers!

    • ummmm thats a bit of a concern. does this happen at other peoples houses too?

      Sounds like a grounding issue, and it could be really dangerous.

      • really? you're making me scared!!!

      • yes my house is 100+ years old prob a lot more

        • its not the age of the house, it's the age of the wiring.

          (or a crappy charger)

          • @Davo1111: nah happens to all of my fast chargers.

            • +1

              @hex7272: It's probably an earth issue

              • +1

                @Davo1111: Newer devices like phone chargers tend to use double insulated, two pin plugs, which don't have the earth.

                Unless by earthing issue you mean the neutral isn't properly earthed at the meter allowing for floating voltages, in which case your probably right.

                • @outlander: I'm not really sure tbh, just what op is doing doesn't sound right

                  • +1

                    @Davo1111: But I don't get that feeling when I use slow chargers.

                    • +1

                      @hex7272: I think I have also felt that feeling on a phone with metal back Only whilst Charging.

                      Always thought that was odd, and as in a newish house less than 8 yrs old I never gave the bad earth a thought.

                      Kind of a nice subttle gentle ripple vibration kind of feeling lol.

    • Yeah…. Get this fixed, or at least use surge protectors for your expensive electronics.

      I had the same issue about 5 years ago, it fried a few things before I figured out what it was.

      • So was it a grounding issue for you? Going to another house and see if it still occurs.

        • +1

          I had a similar problem, in that my full metal fridge would buzz when you brushed your hand up against it. Turned out it was a combination of factors, namely old wiring, stupid DIY jobs and lazy shortsighted electricians. Took a while to track it down.

          If you want to see if it's dangerous, try getting your hands on a multimeter. You should know someone who has one, but if not they're only $10 to buy. You can even get them from Bunnings.

          Set the meter to AC, hold one probe in your hand, and touch the other one to the phone back while it's plugged in. If it reads above 50v, you may have cause for alarm

          • +1

            @outlander: Will do! Have a OG Dick Smith Multimeter lying around. Will let you know how it goes.

          • @outlander: Sounds like a Nicolas Tesla type of experiment lol.

        • Yep, old wiring not grounded properly…the house is heritage listed, it had a few seperate circuits from whenever someone had attempted to modernize it over the decades, all of which were totally seperate and all of which had the grounding degrade.

  • Not sure I understand this, but if the charger is only 5v6A max then it will only be able to provide the full speed to 2.5 ports right?

    • +1

      Correct, but how many of your devices will go to the full 5V/2.4A? When charging they don't stay at the same level constantly either.

      • Fair point. Might have to grab this one then!

        • slow charhing aint bad. less heat

        • +1

          fast cjargig earms up fast

          • +3

            @hex7272: fast cjargig foes undeed get wuite qarm to rhe youch

            • +1

              @reloxation: fankz. edir not assodciated!

              • +1

                @hex7272: hi rep, can we get a deal on the 3 in 1 charging cable? 😂

  • the photos doesn't show the connection for the plug, is it a figure 8?

  • and it has an AU plug

    An AU plug built in, or comes with an adapter?

    • built in? read his previous comments.

      • The plug itself is built-in to the body, but my question was whether the AU plug would be built-in or an adapter.

        I asked the store through Aliexpress, and they semi-confirmed that the AU plug was NOT built-in, that it would be an adapter.

        • wth this is confusing. op should note it in post. prob get the better charger than..

  • +1

    I think this is better option


    I bought one the other day for $9.5, the seller keeps restocking them.

    • oos :P

  • thanks op. finally decided to cop a 5 port one.

  • nah op was right. came in au plug. ripper of a deal < thank you op