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BlitzWolf BW-SD8 118W USB PD & QC 3.0 Car Charger US$16.99 (~A$23.53) Delivered @ Banggood

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A newly released USB car charger from BlitzWolf that packs a serious punch. It features a USB-C port with up to 100W (20V/5A) Power Delivery making it capable of fast charging pretty much everything including your phone, tablet, laptop, power bank, Nintendo Switch and more. It also supports the PPS protocol so it can fast charge Samsung phones for example.

There's also a standard USB port with 18W Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

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  • +3

    Just make sure it can do 20V output off a 12V input, many can only do it off a 24V input.

    • +3

      It doesn’t seem to specify… begs the question if it has a DC voltage boost

    • It would be 20V output off 12V input. Just like any 12V universal laptop charger

      • +2

        Why do you make that assumption? Most USB chargers like this can't boost the voltage.
        I'd err on the side of caution, but that's just me.

        • The package looks too small to contain a boost up as well… ¯_(ツ)_/¯

          • @mitchins: A boost up can fit on a 2x1cm pcb board…

            • +1

              @ATangk: A 100W one might be a little larger, but yes, they're pretty small and the size alone is not enough to discount it.
              But if I made a USB charger like this, I'd ensure that people knew it could do a 20V output using a 12V input.

              • @spludgey: It says 20V5A in the list of outputs. Is that not saying that it can do 20V output?

                • +1

                  @ATangk: Lots of them say that and then hope that people don't complain and if they do, they say that this is only for a 24V (trucks, etc) input.
                  I own a small lithium battery company that uses USB sockets in the side of the battery that can put out 20V on a 12V input, but it was a real pain finding one.

  • Does anyone know if it will do 25w Samsung Super Fast Charging?

    • +1

      Yes it does. Samsung requires PPS and this does it.

  • 118W? Geez, poor car batteries.

    • +2

      If you're a healthcare worker make sure you get the free AAMI roadside assistance. it'll be a good combo!

    • +1

      Poor cig lighter circuit… 10A would be the max for most lighter circuits and this would draw at least 10A/12V at max capacity

      • All my VW’s have been 20A

      • +1

        Wouldn't it be just under 9A at 118W? Should be fine at its max draw. Just have to be careful with other devices you've got plugged in to the same circuit.

        • 118 / 12 = 9.8A With losses, it could easily exceed 10A.

        • +3

          118W / 12V = 9.87A. That said, batteries will hover around 14V while the car is running and the alternator is engaged, which would only require 8.4A, assuming the device is 100% efficient.

    • +4

      118W is bugger all. The average audio amplifier is 400-600W

      • +4

        They're not generally run off cigarette lighter sockets.
        Also, I'd take audio power ratings with more than a grain of salt. RMS does not mean what they seem to think it means.

        • Most cars these days are dedicated 12V power outlets, not cigarette lighters

          • +1

            @antik: I'll play your game, you don't generally run amps off automobile auxiliary power outlets (the official name).

  • I don't think road assistance will cover a new battery. They will help you to jumpstart and next thing your car breaks again.

    • +6

      A true OzBargainer has already several GOOLOO and GREPRO jump starters! :-)

  • +1

    The Output for the USB goes up to: 15V/3A and 20V/5A, does it work for the voltage/amps in between? Eg 18V/4A?

    • I'd like to say yes but without actually having one to test I'm really not sure.

    • +1

      No, the device will communicate with the charger and set one of those voltage levels. Current is variable though.

      • Gotcha, so 20V/4A is totally possible?

        • +2

          As long as it can actually do voltages over 12V with a 12V input (read the first post above), yes absolutely!

  • anyone know if it works with macbook airs? know they can be fussy

    • They have a MacBook in the marketing image so you would assume so.

  • -1

    Some1 buy it and report back if it does do 118w with proof via a vid. I call BS.

  • Anyone know of something like this powerful but with a FM transmitter?

    • When the device is charging that annoying whirring sound is unbearable… In my old cars with no bluetooth I always made sure to keep the charger and the fm transmitter as separate devices to reduce this…

  • Banggood is scambags, took a deposit for one of the deals, never communicated back to pay the rest and now saying sale is ended and deposit is not refundable. Avoid.

    • +1

      Did you PayPal dispute?

      • just have done it

  • Not sure how reliable this answer is, but in the Q&A someone said it does 100w from 12v.

    Q:Can this output 20V 5A from a 12V car battery source
    A:Yes it can through the type-c output

    From comments here it was sounding unlikely, but can anyone who has received this confirm it for this model?

  • My aux port says 120w max 12v. How long does delivery take?

  • Arrived today, so it's 100w max on the USB-C and 18w on USB-A. Seems to charge my Lenovo X1 via the USB-C.