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[Kogan First] Zendure 4-Port 30W Wall Charger with PD $7.99, MIX 2-in-1 Power Bank and Wall Charger $12.99 Delivered @ Kogan

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I was looking for USB charger with multiple ports and found this. Seems good for the price for a charger with 3 USB-A ports and 1 USB-C port, 2 years warranty.

Input: 100-240~50/60Hz
Output: USB-C: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A, 18W
USB-A 1/2/3: 5V/2.4A, 12W (ZEN+)
Total Output: 30W Max

2 Year Manufacturer Warranty (Included)

18W power delivery, the Zendure MIX 2-in-1 Power Bank and Wall Charger is also available for $12.99 = https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/zendure-mix-the-worlds-first-2-...

outputs

Power
AC Mode: USB-C (5V/3A, 9V/2A, 12V/1.5A) , USB-A (5V/2.4A) | Power Bank Mode: USB-C (5V/2.4A), USB-A (5V/2.4A)
USB
2x USB-A | 1x USB-C

power

Battery Capacity
5200mAh
Battery Power
18.72Wh
Battery Voltage
3.6V
Power Supply
100-240V, 50/60Hz
Wattage
AC Mode: 18W | Power Bank Mode: 12W

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  • Looking for a reliable unit that won't break anything. Is this too good to be true? It's so cheap!

    • I think they had the same deal few months ago
      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/632899

      is there anyone who got this from that deal?

    • +2

      While i can't speak for this exact product, i use a xendure x6 powerbank and its been super good over the past i think 4 years now

  • +1

    Seems to be cheap.
    My Tronsmart Qualcomm Quick Charger still running perfectly well after 2 years of everyday use. Do not use PD though.
    Tronsmart is $27 from Kogan, big difference.

  • +1

    Does both of these comes with all the adapters ? Can't see them in the pictures.

    • +3

      In the box

      1 x Zendure 4-Port 30W Desktop Wall Charger with PD (245726)
      1 x US, AU Plug
      1 x Sticker
      1 x User Manual
      1 x Warranty Card
      
  • +2

    FYI, xendure is a quality brand as good as Anker.

  • With the powerbank charger, is it safe to keep it plugged at all times? How's heat managed given the battery is inside the plug itself? Just worried about accidental fire is all.

    • If you mean plugged in charging at all times, then I wouldn't recommend it. Lithium ion (NMC) don't like to sit at 100% charge. Generally not more than 90%. When storing for a long time it is recommended to leave at 50% charge.

      In theory the charge circuit shouldn't keep charging once it is 100%, but some continue to keep the voltage higher than it is recommended.

  • $5 extra for a 5200mAh battery “power bank”. I’d rather save the $5 honestly - already have a collection of powerbanks.

    • its the world's first. worth the extra $5

    • same for me, saved $5 :D

  • Use the code APPLOVE and Order via Kogan App to get it for $2.99.

    • I saw that but I think it has a minimum spend of $100, did you able to just purchase this one without any minimum spend ?

      https://www.kogan.com/au/kogan-shopping-app/

      • +1

        I bought SuperPort4 which was $27 approx in $22 approx.

        They also offered another trial of Kogan First for free.
        So $22, SuperPort4 delivered.

  • I'll cop one and see how it goes

    • mine is on the way as well

  • +2

    Just got mine. For $8, it’s well worth it and feels like “quality”. Some of these manufacturers have really stepped up their game in the packaging department - this package feels very”Baseus”.

    The best bit is the AU-pronged adaptor that goes into the 8-figure socket. This socket, alone is worth the $8 and can be used in other 8-figure sockets.

    • yep, got mine too and feels like metal

  • I received mine today. I tried using it to charge my phone and a 'warning overvoltage. Please disconnect charger' message appeared on my phone! I think I'll be returning it before it fries any devices!

    • what is your phone ? is it with USB-C port ? it can provide 9V I think, similar to my original charger

      • My phone uses a USB-C port for charging. I tried charging it from one of the USB-A Ports (Using the USB-A to USB-C cable supplied with my phone).
        I don't think the phone supports fast charging, but I thought that chargers were supposed to recognise this and adjust voltage as required?
        I've used numerous other chargers with the phone and never experienced any issues.
        I also purchased one of the Zendure small A1 powerbanks. This was also charged using the Zendure charger and it seems to have fried it.
        Luckily my phone appears to have survived.

        Based on my experience, I wouldn't recommend this charger. It's not worth the risk.

        • better to claim warrenty as soon as possible

  • +1

    Not support fast charging and it's too hot.
    I also got a replaced one but same. Poor product

    • did you try USB-C port which supports upto 18 W ? I was getting upto 3 A (charging current decreases when battery charges) from USB-C port and my phone shows fast charging in the display. My phone only supports upto 15 W.

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