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[Kogan First] Kogan 65W GaN Fast Charger with Dual USB-C Port $29.99 Delivered @ Kogan


Another decent deal (only really decent if you got kogan first tho, otherwise not worth it, as without kogan first it costs 34.99 + delivery easily $43+ to which you might be better of with one from amazon instead). Regardless it is no Zyron or Ugreen either nor that expensive either at same time.

As you know regardless GaN chargers are light weight, compact, and more supposed to be more power efficient. This one has 3 USB ports (1 Fast type C, 1 slower type C, and 1 type A)

This is also another way to get something back worth enough for any remaining kogan credits that you got say from returns of any stuff or faulty items. Shout out to them for that as I recently got a few $$ back due to some faulty item in warranty period, their customer service took ages (i mean ages yeah) to get back tho. But eventually very good and helpful, so just saying if it actually genuinely fails around 1 year or less and you can be bothered to record evidence of it not working their customer service will eventually take good care of it. (may take upto 3 months of emailing tho).

There's some mixed reports of the charger being able to deliver 65W or 45W max per 1 single USB C connection. See Comments below, (thanks to OMGJL) .

Charge your devices in a flash with this wall charger that utilises advanced gallium nitride (GaN) technology to quickly and efficiently charge up to three of your devices at a time.

Advanced gallium nitride (GaN) wall charger
Utilises efficient and fast GaN charging technology
Rapidly charges up to 3 devices at once
Intelligent power distribution maximises charging efficiency
Compact design convenient to pack away on your travels
Single USB-C port includes up to 45W charging capacity
Charging outlets: 2 x USB-C, 1 x USB-A
65W Charging capacity
Remove the inconvenience of flat batteries on your travels thanks to the compact size of the Kogan 65W USB-A and USB-C Wall Charger (GaN, 3 Port).

Unlock the power of GaN!
Utilising advanced GaN (Gallium Nitride) technology, this charger can power up your devices faster than before and with greater efficiency. It can hold more power with less heat production which means your devices stay cool and safe while charging. Featuring one USB-A and two USB-C inputs, this 65W wall charger charges up to three of your gadgets at a time.

Compact size
This GaN wall charger is designed with a lightweight and portable size, making it easy to take with you on your travels so that you’re devices are always charged and ready to go. Say goodbye to heavy and bulky chargers!

All-in-one charger
Supporting a wide range of devices such as MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, Samsung phones, Steam Decks, Apple Watches, Google Pixel phones and more, this all-in-one charger eliminates the need for adapters and multiple cords.

Compatible devices

Apple MacBook Air 2020, Apple MacBook Pro 13’‘, Dell XPS 13 9360/9380, Lenovo ThinkPad E490 / ThinkPad X390, HP Spectre Folio, Google Pixelbook, Microsoft Surface Book 2, Apple iPad 2018 and later, Apple iPad mini 4, mini 5, Apple iPad Pro,
iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, 15 Pro Max, iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max, iPhone 13, 13 Mini, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Mini, 12 Pro Max, iPhone SE 2020, iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, iPhone X, XR, XS, XS Max, iPhone 8, 8 Plus, iPhone 7, 7 Plus, iPhone 6 Plus
Galaxy S23, S23+, S23 Ultra, Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra, GalaxyS21, S21+, S21 Ultra, Galaxy S10, S10+, S10e, Galaxy S9, S9+, Galaxy S8, S8+, Galaxy Note 20, 20 Ultra, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy Note 8,
Pixel 3, 3a, 3XL and later, Pixel 2, 2XL
… and many more!,


Ports USB A: 1 | USB Type C: 2
Dimensions 97.5 x 40 x 41mm
Weight 138g


USB-A Output 3.4-5.5V-5A, 5V-3A, 9V-3A, 12V-3A, 20V-3A
USB-C Output 5V-3A, 9V-3A, 12V-3A, 15V-3A, 20V-3.25A
Input AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A
Rated Power 65W Max.
Three Ports Output USB-C1 + USB-C2 + USB-A: 45W + 7.5W + 7.5W
Two Ports Output USB-C1 + USB-C2: 45W + 18W | USB-C1 + USB-A: 45W + 18W | USB-C2 + USB-A: 12W + 12W
Warranty 1 Year

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  • +2

    Actually shows up as certified Standard:AS/NZS 62368.1:2022 & AS/NZS 3112:2017 App J including A1!


  • Not being able to do 65W in 1 port is kinda a letdown.

    • you can do 65W in 1 port pretty certain (they just are really dumb at writing I think)

      • It probably can, after deciphering the link from coxymla.

        • USB-C Output 5V-3A, 9V-3A, 12V-3A, 15V-3A, 20V-3.25A

          that 20V 3.25A is the reason why I think it can do 65W from single USB C port

          its just kogan's Sh!t job at listing

          • @USER DC: Specifically

            Single USB-C port includes up to 45W charging capacity

            • @ATangk: ahh yeah it sucks then at max 45W max if that is max per port, but I mean they still advertise clearly to work with a lot of major laptops so should charge fine technically ??

              • +2

                @USER DC: on the photo of the product page:

                single port
                C1 = 65w,
                C2 = 65w,
                A = 22.5w

                dual port
                A + C2 = 22.5w + 40w
                A + C1 = 12w + 12w
                C1 + C2 = 20w + 25w

                (note C2 is the top port, C1 is the middle port)

                all three port
                C2 = 40w
                C1 = 12w
                A = 12w

                on the manual
                single port
                C1 = 65w,
                C2 = 65w,
                A = 60w (assume QC 4.0?)

                dual port
                A + C2 = 5v @ 24w max combined
                A + C1 = 45w + 18w
                C1 + C2 = 45w + 18w

                all three port
                C1 = 45w
                A + C2 combined 60w max.

                C1/C2 is labelled opposite between the 2 sources, not my mistake. (but pretty easy to find out which's the more powerful port, just plug in USB A devices along with any C, if it doesn't charge laptop, it's the worse port)

                Either way, you should expect the powerful C port have 65w single port + 40ish watt multi-port.

                • @OMGJL: ahh yeah that was my initial assumption too, based on my reading of USB-C Output 20V-3.25A

                  as I generally only really look at those kinda specs like what Voltage and current supplied.

                  Manual actually says " USB–C1/C2 output 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓3A, 12V⎓3A, 15V⎓3A, 20V⎓3.25A " so both USB C1, and C2 are capable of delivering 65W alone by themselves if only they are plugged into. ???

                  Well anyway regardless kogan has clearly messed up their listing.

                  • @USER DC:

                    USB–C1/C2 output 5V⎓3A, 9V⎓3A, 12V⎓3A, 15V⎓3A, 20V⎓3.25A

                    This makes perfect sense. Both USB-C 1 and 2 are capable of 65W individually.

                  • @USER DC:

                    both USB C1, and C2 are capable of delivering 65W alone by themselves if only they are plugged into

                    that's how I read it too. if only one C port occupied with rest empty, then 65w.

  • thanks got one with free kogan first trial, good for my soldering iron. you can get free trial any times

  • Some comments From Amazon, from what appears to be the same charger.
    "Unfortunately just last week this is unstable. The head of the plug came off. It literally looks like a small amount of glue was the only thing holding it together."

    "it worked for a few days then stopped. Slight smell of burned circuitry. Ordered a free replacement, everyone has a one off defective product. New one failed after 4 days. Same issue. These are just poorly made crap."

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