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Choetech PD8002 65W 2-Port PD GaN Charger $38.49 Delivered @ Choetech


Anyone missed out yesterday's HEYMIX 65W GaN Charger deal ( this will be better deal with better brand name, Choetech, with excellent build quality.

Use sign up discount code to bring down the price to AUD 38.49 delivered.

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  • Any idea about delivery turn around?

    • +1

      Going purely off what I found on the site, not from experience with them, which I don't have, up to 3 weeks - 7-14 business days airmail and 0-2 business days processing.

  • Do we know where these are shipping from? China, States or an Australian warehouse?

    Also being in USD, anyone know the best way to not pay transaction and currency conversion fee?
    Paypal for example has no "fee", but the currency rate is worse than visa's.

    • Pay with a CC with no foreign transaction fees. eg. 28° Mastercard, ING Visa.

      You can even still do it via Paypal with these CC. Just select the option to not use Paypal conversion and stick with your card provider's conversion. In my experience, Visa and Mastercard has rates very much in line with international spot markets. I definitely DO NOT use the built-in conversion in paypal, because even if they claim no fees, I'm always on the losing end.

  • +1

    If you wanna roll the Kogan dice the 68W GaN Dual port charger is $25.99, $23.99 with Kogan First. I've had it since release and no dramas so far. So far…

    • Can you immediately cancel Kogan first after ordering to get the free shipping?

      • Do you mean for their free trial? If so, may as well cancel it when it's arrived no?

        • Yeah, so it's safe to cancel once I've received right.

    • I am looking for something that can handle the full potential of a ZTE Red Magic 6S Pro.

      It is rated at 66w and QC5.0 and PD3.0

      No idea if I should play it safe and get something like this which is 60w max from the GaN port or get something like a 100w GaN charger which is meant for laptops and other higher powered devices.

      Any knowledge on this subject is welcome.

      Also what usb c cables are safe to use with around 66w of power?

      Is there a spec I should be looking for like 3.1

    • I wonder why do all AU plugs tend to have those "lips" or the round area around the pins. They could make the charger slimmer by omitting that useless circle around the pins - like the US versions are.

  • +3

    FWIW, these guys are no longer listed on Amazon alongside tons of other sellers due to 5 star review buying. However I do have products (a lightning cable) from them so I can vouch for their quality

  • +1

    i bought 100w from them instead this will be not enough for both laptop and ipad

    solid products however cable is bit loose

    • Thanks for drawing my attention to it, also bought the 100W one. + it has US plug so it's a bit slimmer.

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