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Zyron 3-Port 108W GaN Charger PPS $49.99, 2 for $94.99, 3 for $134.99 Delivered @ Zyron Tech Australia

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Also available at $54.99 of Amazon if you prefer

SPECIFICATIONS:
Dimensions: 6.9 x 6.7 x 3.2 cm
Weight: 230g
Input: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 2A
Single Port Output:
USB-C1: (5V/3A 9V/3A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/4.5A) 90W max (45W PPS)
USB-C2: (5V/3A 9V/3A 12V/3A 15V/3A 20V/4.5A) 90W max (45W PPS)
USB-A: (5V/3A 9V/2A 12V/1.5A) 18W max
Certification: GMA-509236-EA (This model was certified under our previous brand "Nexon Power" with model number "NEXPRO GAN90" before we rebranded to Zyron)

POWER DISTRIBUTION:
C1: 90W
C2: 90W
A: 18W
C1 +A1: 60W +18W (Max 78W)
C2 +A1: 60W +18W (Max 78W)
C1+C2: 45W + 45W (Max 90W)
C1 +C2+A1: 45W +45W+18W (Max 108W)

WARRANTY:
12 Months warranty for manufacturing defects

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Isn't Zyron and Heymix the same generic crap under different names?

    • +4

      Not really. Zyron's is firstly Australian business and chargers are sourced from factories that produce for Baseus, Hyper Juice, Alogic, Zendure

      • +6

        You really should change your name to Zyron and Apply for rep status as you are acting as a rep.

  • Is this rated to output 90W through one of its USB-c ports with no other load? Or just 45W?

    • +1

      90W via either USB-C with no other load.

  • Any deals coming up on the 30w minipod?

    • Yes, but we cannot provide the same $16.99 as last time. It will be around ~$20.

    • I am inclined to believe that the minipod have usb-a issues. I got 2, and both have issues.

      • What's the issue you are facing?

        • 1st minipod: Cant insert usb-a. The internal positioning is off. I emailed support and got a replacement and it is working fine.

          2nd minipod ordered via amazon. I sent an email to your support site today. Hope to get a response.
          The usb-a port seems to be loose. You can feel the internal part moving a bit and makes a clicky sound

          • @Brakus: Noted. I would recommend to contact via new chat function in future as response is comparatively faster.

  • 12 Months warranty under the Australian Consumer Law

    The expected life span is 1 year?

    • It will last more than 1 year for sure

      • Would it be reasonable to say that a reasonable consumer would expect that a Zyron 3-Port 108W GaN Charger would last longer than 1 year?

        • +1

          Yes certainly. We are not an unreasonable brand. If you charger fails in the 13 month, if would be unfair and you can contact us and we'd surely look at the case.

          • -1

            @ibelievesyd: I find the wording interesting based on what it implies. Typically a warranty would be seperate to ACL which doesn't specify a time frame.

            From Guidance on the consumer guarantee as to acceptable quality and ‘durability :

            The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) creates a basic set of guarantees (or rights) for consumers who acquire goods. One of these guarantees is that the goods will be of “acceptable quality”. This guarantee includes that goods will be durable as a reasonable consumer would regard as acceptable. A good purchased is expected to be durable enough to perform its intended function(s) for a reasonable amount of time.

            • +2

              @ihfree: I would most certainly expect it to last well beyond a year.

          • @ibelievesyd: Hi ibelievesyd. Would you be in the support team - [email protected]?

            One usb-c port on my charger failed last month, 12 months after purchase but I have only contacted zyron this month. Video evidence of it failing has been sent to zyron. I've then been asked to make a payment in order for a new one to be sent out. Is this standard practice, considering you agreed above that your chargers would last longer than a year?

            • @davidle: Send me your order number by pm. I will check the communication with the support team.

      • Take a screenshot @ihfree

  • I have a different model of this

    I'm finding that if I plug in two devices into two USB-C ports, it runs at 60 and 18W as advertised. However once you unplug one of the other USB-C's, the remaining item remains at 60W, and won't get faster until that unit is unplugged and re-plugged.

    Is this an issue across all of these units?

    • This isnt as uncommon an issue as you think it may be.

    • It is common across all the units. the established connection has to reset to re-allocate the power

  • +16

    Certification: GMA-509236-EA (This model was certified under our previous brand "Nexon Power" with model number "NEXPRO GAN90" before we rebranded to Zyron)

    https://equipment.erac.gov.au/Public/Profiles.aspx?Applicati...
    According to that certification this charger is sold under a number of brands, one being Comsol WCC90WH, which is sold at Officeworks, the couple of reviews there aren't too good:
    https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/comsol-90w...

    • +4

      Nice pickup!

    • +2

      Excellent detective work.

    • They normall come out of the same factory as the contract manufacturer has a mainboard design and the resellers can either redesign the external or keep with the generic reference.

      Heymix keep the generic reference design just with their logo.

      Other like Baseus, Zyron change their external design a bit.

      Best way to check is Aliexpress to get a model number and then search on Google then you find the contract manufacturer.

      For example http://www.ugoodbuy.com/products OEM manufacturer. Look familiar right?

      • The Australian Standards testing and certification would have to be done for each different design, about the only thing that can change is the logo.. I believe the certification only covers identical units manufactured by the same company, in this case: Shenzhen LVSUN Electronics Technology Co. Ltd…

    • -1

      According to that certification this charger is sold under a number of brands, one being Comsol WCC90WH, which is sold at Officeworks, the couple of reviews there aren't too good:

      To be fair, I've bought plenty of things from Officeworks that have worked perfectly fine and I've never bothered to leave a positive review.

      Officeworks could have sold 5000 of those chargers nationwide; if there was a 1% failure rate that's 50 people who have been annoyed. Out of that 50, 3 could have been annoyed enough to go to their website to leave a negative review. That still leaves 4,950 customers who are happily using their chargers.

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