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38% off 66W GaN Charger Powerpod-66 (2C + 1A) $45.28 Delivered @ Zyron Tech AU


One of the World's smallest 66W 3-Port GaN Charger! Proudly Australian!

2 USB-C Ports with 65W MAX Single Port Output
1 USB-A Port with 36W MAX Single Port Output (compared to 18W of other brands)
3 Travel adapters included UK/EU/AU (US Fixed pin)
Size: 53x53x30.5 mm
Weight: 118gms charger + 17gms each adapter
USB-C protocol: PPS, PD3.0/2.0, QC3.0/2.0, FCP, Apple Fast Charging, Apple2.4A, DCP-1.5A
USB-A protocol: PPS, QC3.0/2.0, SCP, FCP, Apple Fast Charging, Apple 2.4A, DCP-1.5A
30-days Money back guarantee
12 Months Warranty

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$49.99 on Amazon AU

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  • +1

    Supporting PPS is the unique selling proposition for this one.

    • Also the 36W USB-A output :) Others like Ravpower, Cheotech and other generic 65W has 18W Max USB-A

      • OP does this come with any cable?

        • Unfortunately not. Only the charger and 3 travel adapters. We'll soon be adding cables to our inventory separately, 10gbps USB-C to C and MFi certified USB-C to Lightning.

  • 135g for an AU plug with 2C+1A USB sockets.

  • Looks like rebranded MINIX NEO P1 charger

    • 1) GaN Chip manufacturer's are limited. Same GaN Chips are used by many manufacturers so the end products look & perform identical too. For instance, Belkin & Alogic 68W chargers, Cheotech & Ravpower 65W chargers.
      2) For Aliexpress Chinese brands - Probably wait forever for the Delivery & I don't see any Warranty info from MINIX. We are an Australian Company and Sydney based on the other hand for hassle free warranty claims, if any :)
      3) Powerpod-66 comes with the Travel adapters too :)

      • comes with the Travel adapters too

        "Handy"…..said no one in 2021!

  • +1

    Is the spec for USB-A and USB-C flipped?
    PD is for USB-C isn't it?

    Does this support full speed iphone 12 pro charging comparable to the 20w because it has PD3?

    • Correct, they were flipped. Sorry for the typo.
      Yes it does support full speed iPhone 12 Pro charging as long as you use the compatible cable.

  • +1

    Thanks Op. got one for my son.

    • +2

      Does he support PD charging?

      • Did not look. Only wanted the 65w max output.

        • +2

          whoosh :)

        • Only wanted the 65w max output

          This is 66w.

      • Yes it does support PD 3.0

  • +1

    I bought one.Will post a review once i get it.Most interested in the PPS functionality as i have a Note 10 plus.This could make it the all in one charger.

    • +1

      Its nice and compact but its dead on arrival.
      Not charging anything and light is off.

      Returning it back to amazon and will ask for a replacement.

      • +1

        Replacement seems to be working ok.
        Confirmed PPS works as my Note 10+ says "Super Fast Charging 2.0" just like it does with the 45w Samsung charger.

        I have ordered the Minix Neo P1 as well.Will compare both when i receive it.

        • I have received the Minix Neo P1 .

          Confirmed PPS works as my Note 10+ says "Super Fast Charging 2.0" just like it does with the 45w Samsung charger.

          To be honest i cant find any difference between Zyron Powerpod-66 and Minix Neo P1 except for the colour.

          Seem to be clones.

  • do you provide the cables e.g usb A to C, usb c to c ?

    • Unfortunately not. The package includes the Charger + 3 changeable adapters. Although, we will add a USB-C to USB-C 10gbps cable to our inventory by next week followed by MFi certified USB-C to USB-A cable early June :)

  • From the Amazon listing:

    Powerpod-66 is one of the smallest 3-port GaN Charger in the World! PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Input: AC100-240V 50/60Hz, 1.7A SINGLE PORT OUTPUT: USB-C 1 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W) USB-C 2 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W) USB-A 1 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A ,12V/3A, 20V/1.8A (Max 36W) MULTI-PORT OUTPUT DISTRIBUTION: C1 +A1: 45W +18W (Max 63W) C2 +A1: 45W +18W (Max 63W) C1+C2: 30W + 30W (Max 60W) C1 +C2+A1: 30W +18W+18W (Max 66W) C2+ C1+A1: 30W +18W+18W (Max 66W) Total Power: 66W SIZE: 535330.5 mm WEIGHT: 118g CERTIFICATIONS: PSE, FCC, cTUVus, CB,CE, RoHs

    • So Max 30w each if you use both c ports at the same time.

      • +1

        Correct. Below is a cleaner version of the specs:

        Input: AC100-240V 50/60Hz, 1.7A
        USB-C 1 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W)
        USB-C 2 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W)
        USB-A 1 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A ,12V/3A, 20V/1.8A (Max 36W)


        C1+A1: PD45W(PPS:3.3V-11V/4A) + QC18W(SCP:5V/4.5A,4.5V/5A)
        C2+A1: PD45W(PPS:3.3V-11V/4A) + QC18W(SCP:5V/4.5A,4.5V/5A)
        C1+C2+A1: PD30W(PPS:3.3V-11V/3A) + PD18W(PPS:3.3-5.9V/3A) +QC18W (Max 66W)

        • No feedback/input since customer's have posted problems, OP

          • @0jay: mate I didn't see any notification until yours.

  • do you guys have something like 90W ???

    • +2

      We are working on it currently and under testing phase. It would take 1 month at least to launch.

      • Any scope for prospective customers to become involved with the testing process with the higher capacity chargers? Shoot me a message if so.

  • Any feedback from someone who purchased this..?… no Amazon reviews yet.

    • +1

      Returning mine, doesn’t work, got super hot in just a couple of minutes plugged in

      • +1

        And mine was DOA. The replacement should arrive next week.Not looking good so far.

      • Mate every charger will get hot. No charger can charge without getting hot. It's a physical limitation of AC to DC technologies. Any transformer cannot reach 100% efficiency. The lost energy goes into heat, which makes the charger warm and hot.

        The more the wattage, the more heat will be generated.

        GaN tecnology improves mainly size and efficiency, but you will still lose energy into heat.

        Apple chargers have the same exact issue as any other charger, they will warm up but they are bigger. With more surface area the heat will dissipate faster. If you want a charger that does not warm up as fast, probably a bigger and bulkier one could be the answer ( although is it often, but not always, indication of a less efficient one, therefore more energy lost into heat ).

        However, as manufacturers, our opinion is that you should not worry about the temperature at all, as the charger has passed safety regulations including UL, you don't have to worry about the charger temperature.

        Temperatures of even 70°C is completely fine. The insides of many computers reach that temperature or even higher ( example, Apple's MacBooks reach well over 80°C under load), so rest easy.

        • Rebadging's not exactly manufacturing is it?

          • @0jay: Mate please see our response to jmatt on this subject. Have a look at Belkin and Alogic 68W GaN below


            Is that rebadging too? I would say at the end of the day it is important that product is top quality. We are confident of our Powerpod-66 performance and always available for after sales support:)

            • @ibelievesyd:

              Is that rebadging too?

              Absolutely it is.

              Many companies do it, it's no a criticism but it's misleading to describe yourself as a manufacturer.

  • Ordered on the 5th, still haven't received mine sent an email yesterday following up (and have received no response) and got an automated "your item has shipped" email soon after, so I'm guessing someone saw it.

    Tracking number doesn't indicate it has shipped yet either. Just that the seller has provided the information to auspost.

    Followed up with another email today, and I'm going to begin the charge back process soon, as I've paid for shipping, and received zero communication from the company that my order has been delayed.

    • Mate you asked whether it has been shipped yesterday and we shared the tracking details with you sometime later. We received another email from you which was replied within 30 minutes. Unfortunately, the way Australia Post tracking works is that it doesn't update until it arrives in the city of distribution.
      Shipment Info received - means we booked
      Shipment info approved - means picked up and in transit.
      next update is only after it reaches the city. AP usually delivers the next day. Most of the orders going to Sydney, Melbourne & QLD were delivered yesterday and some today. If yours doesn't arrive by Tuesday we'll compensate you with a free 100W cable or a refund if you no longer want it :)

  • Does anyone know if this deal is expired?

    I'm getting an error:
    "A coupon must be restricted with a vendor product."

    • +1

      Please try again mate. We have extended the expiry till Sunday.

      • Thanks, placed an order.

  • Placed an order on the 6-May and also still haven’t got my order. Two tracking numbers later and still awaiting confirmation that the items have ACTUALLY been shipped. Even items coming from overseas don’t take as long. Like thedt, will commence charge back if there is no confirmation that items have actually been shipped. Disappointing, wanted to support an Australian business but it is hard to when this kind of service is provided. I’m worried that if there are any issues the warranty with be an issue.

    • +1

      This is the reason i bought through Amazon instead. Faster delivery and less hassles with warranty for just $5 more.

      Also my Minix Neo P1 from Ali Express is going to be delivered today, about 1 week after i ordered it.Thats very fast for a delivery from China.

      • +1

        You would think buying from Amazon vs the actual company will not be different . Actually, the company should try even harder to promote direct buying but get if they want to treat Amazon customers better and pay Amazon a fee then it doesn’t give me much confidence.
        Yes even shipping from China is even faster.

    • Hi mate,

      We apologise for the delay but we had to resend your order after AU Post returned a damaged package to us. We are struggling with Australia Post's delays after the recent Covid-19 outbreak. It's taking them 3 days to deliver within 12KM distance. Check this out:

      We reckon it is due to the recent Covid-19 outbreak as we had zero issues with almost 40 Kickstarter orders.

      • +1

        Unfortunately, telling me that your other orders had no issues is no comfort to me. If there was an issue with my order why didn’t someone inform me and resent my order? I have just spoken to Australia Post and they confirm that BOTH tracking numbers do not have any parcels associated with the tracking numbers, that is, no packages have not been received by them. Also, why won’t someone from Zyron respond to my email sent this morning. Please respond to my email within the hour with proof of delivery or I will have to request a charge back with my card provider.

        • Mate, we understand but we are doing the best we can. It is more frustrating for us because we want people to try out our product.

          1) We did notify you last Friday when we received the damaged package and that we have resent your order.

          2) In regards to your email this morning, we have already replied 2 hours before you wrote this comment with an estimated delivery time frame plus offered you a refund and that we will arrange for it to be picked up from your address after it gets delivered.

          Proof of both emails:
          Probably in your spam folder?

          Please check what AU Post write on their own website:

          It is upsetting that AU post claims that they don't have the package when they already have it. What we have experienced is that they scan it only after it reaches the city of delivery. The usual turnaround is not more than 5-8 business days but we are helpless if AU Post is causing delays

          • @ibelievesyd: Mate I’ve checked my email all morning and nothing, that includes the Junk email. Also, did not get an email from you last Friday. Why send a screen shot and not resend the emails?

            The image you provided just shows a tracking number and does not provide proof that the items were given to Australia Post. Information is updated only once the items are provided to them. Also, if you believe that you have provided the items to Australia Post then you should be in discussion with them to resolve the issue and not have your customers hope in blind faith that you have sent out the items.

            I would like to trust that you have sent the items but unless I get concrete proof that the items are with the postal company I will request a charge back at 2pm.

            • @DBfind30: mate, if you didn't receive last 3 emails then what is the point of resending them?

              Please see our email this morning:
              Previous email:

              The AU post image is to show what the "Approved for Shipment" actually means. The tracking details aren't yours in the image. Your tracking details are same as the one for which you lodged an enquiry. Unfortunately, there is no way for us to provide proof that we packed and shipped it except for the tracking number. It will be updated once AU Post scans it at their end. It is beyond our control now. We cannot discuss with AU Post until the 3 business day timeline has passed, which ends today.

              Believe it or not we have already send it and it will be delivered by Australia Post.

              Charge back is your right but not sure if you looked at our refund option in our previous comment and also proposed via email. For us to issue a refund is 1-click process. We can get the order picked up when they deliver or you can pay us later if you intend to keep them.

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