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[Microsoft Store] Belkin Home Charger (10 Watt/ 2.1 Amp) - $7.99 (Reg $34.99)

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[Microsoft Store] Belkin Home Charger (10 Watt/ 2.1 Amp) - $7.99 (Reg $34.99)

Back in stock.

Charge your lightning compatible iOS devices at the fastest possible speed with this charger

Original price was CAD $34.99, current price is CAD $7.99

+Free standard delivery
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Isn't the max iPhone charge speed 18W now?
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can this be used as adaptor to charge macbook pro with usb-c? will it be safe, and will the charge speed be good?

And this can of course be used as usb charger for any non-ios devices too, right? ios here is just marketing.
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I recall buying a Belkin charger for $4 at Dollarama
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weedb0y wrote: I recall buying a Belkin charger for $4 at Dollarama
Ya, I was about to say, I bought one of these in the white + green version for $4. I don't know if the Microsoft black one is any more special in terms of wattage or what, but I do regret buying it at even $4 just because of its awkward size.
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desiringdeals wrote: can this be used as adaptor to charge macbook pro with usb-c? will it be safe, and will the charge speed be good?

And this can of course be used as usb charger for any non-ios devices too, right? ios here is just marketing.
10W is not enough for Macbook pro. You need 65W to properly charge your Macbook pro. And of course you can use it to charge any devices.
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desiringdeals wrote: can this be used as adaptor to charge macbook pro with usb-c? will it be safe, and will the charge speed be good?

And this can of course be used as usb charger for any non-ios devices too, right? ios here is just marketing.
This is way too weak a charger for a MacBook. It probably will take a charge if you leave it off and charge it for 10 hours. But you should try to find one that matches the wattage of the original charger.
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desiringdeals wrote: can this be used as adaptor to charge macbook pro with usb-c? will it be safe, and will the charge speed be good?

And this can of course be used as usb charger for any non-ios devices too, right? ios here is just marketing.
No you want a 90W charger (sale price around $30-50 on amazon depending on which brand you prefer).
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Thanks. No more of the $4 ones at local Dollaramas. I can leave this one at work when I need to charge the phone without hunting around for one...
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RiCHC3 wrote: Ya, I was about to say, I bought one of these in the white + green version for $4. I don't know if the Microsoft black one is any more special in terms of wattage or what, but I do regret buying it at even $4 just because of its awkward size.
It's not bad though. Good quality. I had bought 2 of those, and they have been super reliable.

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