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RAVPower GaN 90w 2-Port PD USBC Fast Charger - $47.99

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Jul 13, 2007
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Calgary
Lexi wrote: How long is the cable? 90W rated?
Got this email from Ravpower after buying this a week ago:

Thank you for purchasing our RP-PC128 RAVPower USB C PD Charger with GaN Tech.

We’re sending this email to make sure your order arrived and is working well for you. Here are some tips that will help optimize your usage and enjoyment of our device:
• Samsung Note 10/10+/ Galaxy S20 Ultra requires PPS technology to supply 25W/45W super fast charging. This charger is compatible with Note 10/10+/ Galaxy S20 Ultra, but does not support 25W/45W fast charging as it doesn't have PPS protocol.

• Charging output details: Single PD port up to 90W output max; Total output of this charger is 90W max.
When two ports are using simultaneously (even just a cable contacted): Laptop+Laptop 45W+45W Max; Laptop+Phone/Tablet 60W+30W Max
• The charger needs to use an E-mark cable(included) to reach 90w output, or you may receive a "slow charging" note on your laptop.
If you are using a third-party lighting cable to charge Apple devices and it charges slow, please unplug and replug the cable to try again.

• This charger is not compatible with device that is powered by surface magnetic connection.(Note: compatible with Surface Pro 7 and above, but is not compatible with Surface Pro 6)
• It is normal for the charger to have some heat, which is normal thermal energy loss. Moreover, the higher the ambient temperature, the higher the temperature of the outer casing, especially in the summer. Our products are compliant with safety certification specifications and level six energy efficiency requirements, without safety hazards.
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Nov 20, 2005
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I have a surface Pro 7 but I need a 6 feet charging cable. Anyone knows which usb-c to usb-c cable will work for this RAVPOWER wall charger?
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Nov 20, 2005
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This Anker cable seems like rated at 3A, do I need a higher amp charging cable such as 5A for the Surface Pro 7?

The minimum power needs to charge my Pro 7 at least 65W.

I have no problem buying Anker brand cables but I just want to make sure I get the correct charging cable before buying this RAVPOWER wall charger.
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May 6, 2007
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ns_guy wrote: Got this email from Ravpower after buying this a week ago:

Thank you for purchasing our RP-PC128 RAVPower USB C PD Charger with GaN Tech.

We’re sending this email to make sure your order arrived and is working well for you. Here are some tips that will help optimize your usage and enjoyment of our device:
• Samsung Note 10/10+/ Galaxy S20 Ultra requires PPS technology to supply 25W/45W super fast charging. This charger is compatible with Note 10/10+/ Galaxy S20 Ultra, but does not support 25W/45W fast charging as it doesn't have PPS protocol.

• Charging output details: Single PD port up to 90W output max; Total output of this charger is 90W max.
When two ports are using simultaneously (even just a cable contacted): Laptop+Laptop 45W+45W Max; Laptop+Phone/Tablet 60W+30W Max
• The charger needs to use an E-mark cable(included) to reach 90w output, or you may receive a "slow charging" note on your laptop.
If you are using a third-party lighting cable to charge Apple devices and it charges slow, please unplug and replug the cable to try again.

• This charger is not compatible with device that is powered by surface magnetic connection.(Note: compatible with Surface Pro 7 and above, but is not compatible with Surface Pro 6)
• It is normal for the charger to have some heat, which is normal thermal energy loss. Moreover, the higher the ambient temperature, the higher the temperature of the outer casing, especially in the summer. Our products are compliant with safety certification specifications and level six energy efficiency requirements, without safety hazards.
Thanks, that solves the cable mystery!
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gogogo wrote: This Anker cable seems like rated at 3A, do I need a higher amp charging cable such as 5A for the Surface Pro 7?

The minimum power needs to charge my Pro 7 at least 65W.

I have no problem buying Anker brand cables but I just want to make sure I get the correct charging cable before buying this RAVPOWER wall charger.
What's wrong with using the cable it comes with? You can get the Anker Thunderbolt 3 cable that supports 5A and Gen 2 speeds. https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B076D7 ... XPXI&psc=1
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This is the same one I picked up for a total of $42.99 on June 21st, but this is still a great deal. Lightning fast charging.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Concord, ON
Eluder wrote: Bought this for $43 in middle of June roughly, works well with the 2020 MBA and 2020 iPad Pro.
Me too, fantastic charger for the price. Cable inclusion makes it an even better deal.
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Nov 26, 2015
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Eluder wrote: Bought this for $43 in middle of June roughly, works well with the 2020 MBA and 2020 iPad Pro.
Me too, fantastic charger for the price. Cable inclusion makes it an even better deal.
Member
Mar 13, 2004
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There is a $3 coupon right now to bring the price down to $44.99.
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Jul 16, 2020
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I'm really hoping this price drops further on Prime day (whenever that might be)
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Nov 7, 2003
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Was this cheaper before? Maybe $39.99?
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It's back up to $57.99. But there is an $8 coupon to bring it down to $49.99.
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Sep 2, 2017
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How is the quality and customer support for this company? always looked like a cheap version of Anker to me
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Jan 15, 2006
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Jimbo67 wrote: How is the quality and customer support for this company? always looked like a cheap version of Anker to me
Excellent. They are super responsive and I haven't had any issues with their products but had some questions. I prefer ravpower over Anker. Anker is like Toyota, lack of innovation and rehashing the same old shit.
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Jul 13, 2007
379 posts
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Calgary
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Jimbo67 wrote: How is the quality and customer support for this company? always looked like a cheap version of Anker to me
Have had this for a few weeks, no complaints. Definitely on the larger side, so I wouldn't label it a travel charger. But for the features and the fact that a USB-C cable is included which also seems like it's good quality, this is a great deal I think. Today (July 22) you can snag it for $47.14 total (no tax or shipping). It's $58,.99 less $3 coupon and then in the cart add coupon code DZUWJPPI for 15% off. Should be this:

Items: CDN$ 58.99
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 5.90
Promotion Applied: -CDN$ 8.85
Your Coupon Savings: -CDN$ 3.00
FREE Shipping: -CDN$ 5.90
Total before tax: CDN$ 47.14
Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 0.00
Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 0.00
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Nov 11, 2003
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Vancouver
EP32k2 wrote: Excellent. They are super responsive and I haven't had any issues with their products but had some questions. I prefer ravpower over Anker. Anker is like Toyota, lack of innovation and rehashing the same old shit.
+1 to this, I have a mix of Anker and RAVPower stuff and they're very similar in quality. RAVPower has the bonus of generally being cheaper than Anker.

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