Bakeey 150W 8 Port USB-PD, QC3.0, SCP & Dual Qi Wireless Charger US$39.99 (~A$54.61) Delivered @ Banggood

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BG651c62

On sale is this multiport charger packed with features. It two USB-C ports with 65W Power Delivery in one and 20W Power Delivery in the other, a USB port with 18W Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and 22.5W Huawei Super Charge and 3 standard USB charging ports. There's also two 15W Qi Wireless Charging pads on the top of the charger. The display on the front shows the charging status, current Volts, Amps and Watrs.

Ships from The China warehouse and comes with an AU Plug.

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Brand Bakeey
Name 8 In 1 6-Ports USB PD Charger
Material ABS+PC
Color Black
Cable Length 1.2 Meters
Product Size 16cm7.9cm5.3cm
Weight 590g
Total Output Power 150W (Max)
Input 100-240V 50/60Hz
USB-A Output 5V/1A-5V/2.4A
QC3.0 Output 15V/3A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A 4.5/V5A 5V/4.5A
PD 20W Output 5V/3A 9V/2.2A 12V/1.67A
PD 65W Output 5V/3A 9V/2A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/3.25A
Wireless Output 15W/10W/7.5W/5W(Support 15W Fast Charging)
Supported Fast Charge Protocol 1.QC3.0 port: QC3.0 QC2.0 AFC FCP SCP 2.PD 20W port: PD3.0 PD2.0 QC3.0 QC2.0 3.PD 65W port: PD3.0 PD2.0 QC3.0 QC2.0 AFC FCP

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Comments

  • +3

    JV will be asking you if he can charge his EV with this.

    • +4

      It can charge a Tesla

      • 18650 cells have skyrocketed!!

  • This is a big charger.

    • It looks quite Bakeey indeed.

  • +1

    Is it safe to place near monitor?

    • Is it safe to place it anywhere in the house?

      • near the swimming pool

  • It bothers me ever so slightly that there is only one QC3.0 USB A Port.

    If it was 4 USB C PD, 1x USB A, 1x USB A QC it would be so much easier to justify.
    What could have been an instant buy is unfortunately just not.

    Once you have a laptop plugged in semi permanently, and use the other C for charging a device, you're pretty much left with nothing.
    It does not suit somebody who wants to fast charge a laptop and 2 iPhones simultaneously.

    • +1

      1 laptop via usb C
      1 iphone via usb C
      1 iphone via usb A.

      Whats the problem exactly?
      Plus you can be charging them wirelessly which is more likely to happen.

      • +1

        Possibly they want native USBc to lightning (which is in the box for iPhone 12) rather than usba to lightning?

        • +1

          Someone not having the right cable doesn’t make the product unsuitable for a job.

      • Caps at about 5W for USB A charging, versus 18W via USB C. Not really a fair comparison.
        And the "15W" wireless charging, well only magsafe can deliver that, otherwise you're getting 7.5W charging which is glacial at best, so no you couldn't really wireless charge an iPhone in a pinch using this.

        And to use a magsafe with it you'd still need a C port. Just going into the future where everything will be C it seems like a lack of future proofing to have only 2 USB C and 4 USB A. I'd expect 4 USB C and 2 USB A for legacy devices.

        • Does 5V 2.4A = 5W to you?

          The qc3.0 port will give slightly more amperage too…

          And if you want more ports, don’t complain about a specific product not having enough ports, look for others. But realistically anyone with this many devices to charge will still be using a lot of random gadgets that don’t require blazing fast charging speeds.

          • @ATangk: amperage current
            In about any case where amperage is used current is a better option.
            Amperage isn't even a real word, it's just been bastardised into existence.
            No big deal i guess but it grinds at me, I work with this stuff so I guess it makes sense.

            Agree with the comment on ports…
            You'd have to have a pretty extreme use case to say this beast is inadequate.

  • +1

    now that's a brick.

  • What's the actual dimensions of this? I can't seem to find on the listing.

    • +1

      Check the last product image at the bottom of the listing.

    • 160mm long, 80mm wide, 55cm high

      • +8

        That half metre height is a killer ;)

        • +1

          Haha. Fat fingers lol

  • +1

    Who wants that cinder block on their desk

    • +3

      Wakey wakey
      Put your phone on the bakeey

  • Could this be used to power multiple Raspberry Pi 4?