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[Amazon Canada] AUKEY USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 & 5V/2.1A Ports USB Wall Charger

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rocketkev wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:51 pm
Its considerably bigger and 3 times heavier. I use mine for travel so the two port one works better for me but if you use it for home, the 3 port one is decent deal too.
Fair. I thought the 60w version would come in handy to carry a single charger (lose the laptop AC adapter, phone bricks, etc.) - might still be a more consolidated option, even though it's bigger than the PA-Y10?
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Would this work for the new iPad Pro? Looking for a usb c and usb a combined instead of carrying two different chargers.
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hvc wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:55 pm
Fair. I thought the 60w version would come in handy to carry a single charger (lose the laptop AC adapter, phone bricks, etc.) - might still be a more consolidated option, even though it's bigger than the PA-Y10?
i actually bought both a few months ago
smaller one is for travelling since it's quite a bit lighter and smaller
it also plugs directly into the socket and the prongs fold in so it's easier and less messy to travel with

the bigger one i keep at home to use
there's a cable that plugs into the wall going from the device which is isn't as ideal for travelling for me

my laptop charger comes with a 45W charger so using the 60W doesn't charge it noticeably faster compare to the 46W one and most phones will do 18W max so the charge speed will be the same on both devices
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dawes wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 3:25 pm
Are you using USB-C to Lightning?
no, using regular usb to lighting.
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Kenjuta wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 5:41 pm
i actually bought both a few months ago
smaller one is for travelling since it's quite a bit lighter and smaller
it also plugs directly into the socket and the prongs fold in so it's easier and less messy to travel with

the bigger one i keep at home to use
there's a cable that plugs into the wall going from the device which is isn't as ideal for travelling for me

my laptop charger comes with a 45W charger so using the 60W doesn't charge it noticeably faster compare to the 46W one and most phones will do 18A max so the charge speed will be the same on both devices
Yeah, I'll see what it's like when it comes.

Laptop bricks have the cable connecting to the wall as well, so figured it's the same problem either way and you can get away with a shorter USB-c cable with the 60w charger. I think it will come down to how heavy it is for me.
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TransporterSD wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 5:44 pm
no, using regular usb to lighting.
Fast charge is only if you are using USB-C to Lightning on iPhones
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Anyone actually use this charger on their iPhone for fast charging with the USB C to Lightning?
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Joymax wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 9:55 am
Thanks OP. I was looking for one to charge my Nintendo switch, it looks like this is good enough to do it.

Also, ebates has 8% cash back for most category today.
I use this one to charge my switch in handheld mode and it works great. Has no problem charging while you play as well. Paid way to much for it a few weeks ago it seems Face With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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TransporterSD wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 5:44 pm
no, using regular usb to lighting.
It will not work with that cord, you HAVE to use a USB-C to Lightning to get fast charging. When you start using the fast charging, you should get two chimes when you plug it in to charge. This means fast charging is ENABLED.
shayne85 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 6:06 pm
Anyone actually use this charger on their iPhone for fast charging with the USB C to Lightning?
I’m using one, what questions do you have?

It really charges the phone quickly. It will fully charged a phone within an hour of its around 25-30% battery.
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How many chargers does everyone buy? I got a 2.0, a 3.0, and a regular USB C from Aukey. Do I need the 4th one? I will pass this time.
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ma678 wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 6:40 pm
How many chargers does everyone buy? I got a 2.0, a 3.0, and a regular USB C from Aukey. Do I need the 4th one? I will pass this time.
Really depends on how many devices/what devices you have.

I bought charger before QC, then QC, QC3.0, PD, etc so i got a lot of chargers. The older ones are just collecting dust because i needed PD for switch/iphoneX/pro 3. Before that i needed QC3.0 for my phone, etc.
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Sejad wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 6:31 pm
It will not work with that cord, you HAVE to use a USB-C to Lightning to get fast charging. When you start using the fast charging, you should get two chimes when you plug it in to charge. This means fast charging is ENABLED.
I’m using one, what questions do you have?

It really charges the phone quickly. It will fully charged a phone within an hour of its around 25-30% battery.
mchuong wrote:
Jan 11th, 2019 6:03 pm
Fast charge is only if you are using USB-C to Lightning on iPhones
So this charger will work for fast charging on iphone x with usb c to lighting? I thought iphone x requires 7.5v

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