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Baseus 160W Car Charger Quick Charge QC 5.0 4.0 3.0 PD Charger US$32.01 (~A$44.33) Delivered @ Baseus Official AliExpress

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This car charger was popular last week and now that the "Super Deal" has ended it's now cheaper when combining a Store Coupon with the Spend and Save promotion.

The charger provides a total of 160W with a maximum of 100W on a single port with support for USB Power Delivery and Qualcomm Quick Charge 5.0/4.0/3.0/2.0. This is suitable for charging your laptop, Nintendo Switch, power bank, phone/tablet and more. It includes an e-mark USB-C to USB-C cable that'll support the 100W charging.

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Specifications:

  • Input: DC 12-24V
  • USB Output: 5V/3A; 9V/2A; 10V/2A; 12V/2.5A 30W (Max)
  • Type-C1 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/3A; 12V/3A; 15V/3A; 20V/5A 100W (Max)
  • Type-C2 Output: 5V/3A; 9V/2.22A; 12V/2.5A; 15A/2A; 20V/1.5A 30W (Max)
  • Total Output: 30W + 100W + 30W (160W)

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  • +8

    Not too sure that all car ports can deliver that much juice without taking damage

    • +4

      I remember it saying 10amp on a cig plug and reading 10amp is the standard. 12v x 10amp = 120w max do yea to much power

    • Heaps of discussion about it in the previous deal linked in OP. Good to have a read of that.

      Still a single port at 100W would be fine ;)

    • +6

      There will be a fuse for the cigarette lighter plug, so worst case that will blow.

      • +4

        You can replace the fuse with a nail and it will be fine

    • -2

      160w is the output of this charger, not the input.

      • +11

        Can’t make power out of thin air

      • +4

        And the max output of your car cigarette lighter is 120w max. Where's the charger going to get the other 40w from?

        • +3

          If your car fuse is 10A then this isn't for you and you should get this.

          Now if your fuse is 15A or higher (like my car) then this Baseus is fine.

          • @Clear: Fuse is a layer of protection, and designed to blow up in case if you draw too much power, if you use a 15A fuse but the car circuit is designed to only supply 10A, then your fuse is nothing more than a fancy wire.

            • +2

              @OMGJL: Back to my original comment. If your car can't handle it then this isn't for you.

              • +1

                @Clear: I appreciate you posting this deal, but my point is not about which charger you should get…

                I was trying to make sure people don't just replace their 10A fuse to a 15A for the sake of using this charger at full load. If the car come with 15A fuse sure, if it come with a 10A fuse by default, replace it to 15A won't magically increase the car's power load.

                • +1

                  @OMGJL: No one said anything about replacing the fuse. Most cars come with it so your neg is unfair.

            • +7

              @OMGJL: Yeah he means if your car COMES with 15a its fine he never said just replace the fuse lol jeez

        • +1

          A 10 gauge screw will allow you to draw 360w

        • +2

          And the max output of your car cigarette lighter is 120w max.

          Says who?
          For 100% of all cars ever made?
          All car manufacturers have agreed on this?

          • @spaceflight: OzBargain armchair experts strike again!

            • -2

              @Clear: I never said you are wrong. I was commenting to make sure people don't misunderstood you. Now you just put up your defensive face and keep negging me. Nothing about the deal is bad, it's all personal.

    • +2

      After owning one of the other baseus chargers, there's fine print regarding output usually. Although this one seems to have solved the problem of the previous one only doing output at 12v if input is 12v.

      The main issue is the heat. The one in my car is only 65w (doesn't go that high since I've only got a 12V socket) and that gets pretty hot, I would imagine 160w would get quite toasty.

      • +4

        Doubles as a cigarette light!

      • I have the 65w and a 100w.
        I can confirm it charges my Surface Pro 7 at 20v.

        In fact I used the 100w one yesterday, input voltage was 13.2v

  • +3

    Upvote for mentioning my post as Popular. Finally some acknowledgement, though still won't make to monthly stats :D

    • +1

      I'm sure your deal will end up being more popular than this one. People visit and vote less on a weekend ;)

  • +1

    I have no idea about watts voltage etc, how long would this take to charge an iPhone 12 if say on 10%?

    • +12

      About tree fidy

    • +3

      iPhone 12 supports a max of 20W USB-PD charging so this charger is very overkill. I guess you don't have to worry about too much load on your car battery/alternator or the charger getting too hot though. Your iPhone 12 will charge from 0% to around 55% in 30minutes while connected to this or any other 20W USB-PD charger.

  • +1

    I'd just like to rehash the comments from the previous post of the need for 160w without doing potentially fire hazard causing modifications to your vehicle.

    I understand "bigger number" outputs sell these things but don't expect to get these results out of the box.

    • So guess Max you can get is one laptop 100W charging with no other device charging.

      • +1

        Main issue I have with mine is heat. It gets quite hot.

    • +4

      My understanding is the fuse should protect you from a fire in the car first correct?

      Eg, I've just checked my cards fuse box and it has a 20amp fuse? (which is actually larger than I thought as I was expecting 15A).. anyway working on that 12V x 20amp means I can load up to 240Watts before the fuse will blow… to me this means the car must have wiring to allow for this amount of current?

      If your car has a 15A fuse that means you can have a max load of 12V x 15A = 180 Watts! still fine…

      • +3

        Yes you're correct.

      • Are you sure the fuse is only powering that single socket and there s nothing else on the circuit which requires it to have a larger fuse. Most sockets are only rated to 120w or 10amps though realistically it should be fine

        • +3

          Not 100% although I'm sure if they have put the cigarette lighter on a 20A fuse they would have used wiring to allow for that else it's a rather large oversight as every thing on that circuit should allow for that rating of cable one would think?

          • +2

            @Jonc: @Jonc: What year model is your car? I'm guessing cars these days would have higher amp fuse' with thicker gauge wiring with all the chargers people connect to their cars these days.

            • @ufsta: My car is a 2019 build (2020 model) so quite new yes

      • -1

        Thanks @jonc for explanation. My 2017 outlander seems to have 12V cigarette power outlet. So 180 watts.

  • Any cheaper ones out there? This is too much imo.

      • +3

        My local Officeworks front window is covered in product recalls on several different comsol products, I wouldn't touch that brand with a barge pole. A google search on comsol recalls tends to back up that statement too.

        • -1

          Several? It’s just the 2 bank power models. Besides, there’s product recalls from a lot companies. Can’t see anything about their car charger sockets.

          • +1

            @BiggieSmalls: Good job clicking only the first link…

            It's not just 2. It's actually 6…

            • -1

              @sk3iron: Eh, still only powerbank models.

              • +2

                @BiggieSmalls: And the Comsol 4 Port Universal USB Travel Charger Travel Charger Wall Plug… It was just a PSA, but I wouldn't be spending my money on Comsol when there's plenty of alternatives at the same price point but you're welcome to do as you wish.

                • @sk3iron: Fair enough. I’ve had it for about a year so far and works okay, fingers crossed it doesn’t explode :)

          • +2

            @BiggieSmalls: Baaaybe Baaaybe…

    • +1

      This is exactly the problem, overkill of output "potential" with the accompanying price tag

  • Too much for most vehicles.

  • +1

    Using this just for 2 phones should be ok right?

    • +1

      Yeah what phones are they?

      • flat ones.

      • iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro.

        • +2

          About 20W each with power delivery so this is fine.

  • +1

    I can charge all my devices in fast charge now

  • +6

    not quite the same but a 115W version from Amazon:
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Charger-Chargering-Adapter-Compati...

    $29.99, also if you need two there is a 20% coupon on Amazon bring the price down to $23.99 each which seems good for a charger that you can use for notebook charging as well as phones..etc

    • +4

      Quite a good option since it offers 65W on one USB-C port. Especially if the 100W on a single port for the Baseus I'd overkill for you.

  • I will never do Aliexpress again. I appreciate that Other people's experiences obviously vary from mine and hence why they are so big but I have attempted 4 Separate orders and none of them arrived. I tried to claim and They were all rejected just a joke. Even with eBay I've never had that many orders going missing in the 10 years I have been a member where Ali express this all happened in the 1st 6 months of me trying them out

    • +3

      A new account doing a dispute on every order is seen as suspicious unfortunately.

      Always make sure you order from sellers with more than 95% feedback. Sometimes it pays to shop around and see what method of shipping they offering. China Post should be avoided, while ePacket even if it costs a little bit more will get your orders faster.

      • You just confirmed his point, you shouldn't have to be that careful, it's an indication that the site has no standard for customer and seller practice that is enforced.

        • +1

          It's common sense really. For feedback if they have no standard then why bother having seller ratings at all? It's really difficult to get your seller rating to 95% or lower so if a store has it so low they've clearly screwed up big time.

          The same could be said with eBay. Stores can get positive, neutral and negative feedback. Are you going to shop at stores with a lot of negative feedback? Remembering that stores can get bad feedback deleted at eBay, while at AliExpress they can't.

          Now when it comes to shipping that's again common sense. There are shipping estimates and it's important to know what is good and what isn't. Now if one product says China Post and the other says DHL what do you think is the best one? Presumably none because no standards and you shouldn't need to check how your order is being shipped right? Of course not that's stupid.

        • +1

          They definitely have a very good seller rating system and your money isn't released to the seller for a long time so you can dispute the order if there is an issue. I've always been refunded or came to an arrangement with the seller when there is an issue with my AliExpress orders.

          The standard of customer and seller practice goes both ways though and if a buyer with a brand new account is disputing every transaction they've made is definitely suspicious.

  • Can this charger do PPS? The aliexpress listing claims it does but the output specs don't seem to indicate any sort of variable voltage.

    • Yes it does PPS.Confirmed on my Note 10+

  • Thanks I'm going to get one of these , Is there an equivalent 240v wall charger.
    I Want my iPad & S20ultra to charge as fast as possible.

    • +1

      It all depends on the rated input of your devices, not the stated (or overstated) output of the charger. My iPad pro 12.9 charges at around 30W off 12V. I doubt your S20 will accept much more, though charge input often varies depending on how flat the device battery is - they quick charge when the battery is low and taper off towards full charge.

  • +2

    I've got the 100W version of this and while they advertise it as outputting 100W from the USB-C port, it was only after I bought it (on ebay, Baseus has a store) and read the manual I found out that 20V 5A (100W) is only possible on 24V truck batteries. Also, it doesn't appear to have any licensing by Qualcomm for Quick Charge, though QC mainly depends on the devices you attach.

    That said the USB-C PD port does a great job of charging my laptop and portable power station, the main the thing I use it for, at 65W, plus up to another 30W from the USB port.

    So my guess is this outputs 65W + 30W + 30W max (probably less if using all three ports simultaneously) on a 12V car battery, but maybe someone else can confirm. I'd still buy it though, or an alternative. Xiaomi makes a similar charger with two ports.

    • Can you verify that the 100W only works on a 24V truck battery?

      I'm looking for the quickest way to charge my laptop (MacBook Pro 14"). otherwise I'll just got with the 65W from Amazon (HEYMIX) which will arrive sooner

  • $5 cheaper here? Or is it a different changer?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/682426

    • Yeah and it's posted a whole month later.

  • Anything wrong with the Blitzwolf BW-SD8 instead?

    100W (USB-C) & 18W (USB-A), and only $24

    https://au.banggood.com/BlitzWolf-BW-SD8-118W-2-Ports-100W-U...

    • Nope that's a good one too

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