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Zyron Powerpod-66 66W GaN Charger Travel $41.99 Delivered @ Zyron Tech


Great price. I bought one a couple of months ago and charges my Dell laptop and it fast charges my Google pixel at the same time. Also there is a 65W non-travel version posted already on OzBargain,

Powerpod Specifications:

Single Port Output:
USB-C 1 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W)
USB-C 2 Output: 5-15V/3A, 20V/3.25A (Max 65W)
USB-A 1 Output: 5V/3A, 9V/3A ,12V/3A, 20V/1.8A (Max 36W)

Multi-port Output:
C1 +A1: 45W +18W (Max 63W)
C2 +A1: 45W +18W (Max 63W)
C1+C2: 30W + 30W (Max 60W)
C1 +C2+A1: 30W +18W+18W (Max 66W)
C2+ C1+A1: 30W +18W+18W (Max 66W)

3 Travel adapters included UK/EU/AU (US Fixed pin)

Size: 53x53x30.5 mm

Weight: 118gms charger + 17gms each adapter

USB-C protocol: PPS, PD3.0/2.0, QC3.0/2.0, FCP, Apple Fast Charging, Samsung Fast Charging, Apple2.4A, DCP-1.5A

USB-A protocol: QC3.0/2.0, SCP, FCP, Apple Fast Charging, Apple 2.4A, DCP-1.5A

12 Months Warranty

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closed Comments

  • +1

    I believe there was word of a 80 or 100W travel charger on the horizon… Will pick one up for now anyways.

  • So these are an OEM product, right?

    I've seen this exact 66w GaN charger branded as Blitzwolf, HEYMIX, Tronsmart, Ravpower, Unitek, Mopoint, Minix… even Hyper (which is not an Amazon special brand)

    • +1

      So these are an OEM product, right?

      Someone on another Zyron deal thread dug up enough evidence which supports this conclusion. (*)
      However, you will very soon see a message from the rep vehemently disputing this allegation.

      (*) Related Link: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/12265252/redir

    • Yes that is correct. Has also been discussed in several posts over the past few months. Except Anker, almost every brand sells OEM chargers. Even Belkin, Cygnett, Alogic, baseus and the others you mentioned above.

  • -1

    Not the lowest ever. It was <$39 a couple of months back and sometime late last year IIRC.

    • +2

      Your right. It was $39 a couple of months back (actually when I bought my first one). Have edited my comment.

  • +2

    I had a minix version of this, after about 6 months, it blew up and tripped my circuit breakers. Lucky I wasn't charging anything at the time.

    Be careful with these.

    • +1

      OMG! ok thanks for the heads up

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