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[Primecables.ca] USB C 51 watt wall charger $17

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[Primecables.ca] USB C 51 watt wall charger $17

One day deal on a 51 watt usb wall charger. Regular price $23 sale price $17

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Seems like a hot deal for the ouput.... Close to 30$ for something similar or even less on amazon
Dont know why people downvote.

PS: RFD should have the option to put a comment for every downvote. Downvote discourages posting a lot of deals..
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Personally wouldn't buy anything related to chargers on these cheap sites.

I only trust Anker, aukey and xiaomi for my charging gear
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timbertick wrote: Seems like a hot deal for the ouput.... Close to 30$ for something similar or even less on amazon
Dont know why people downvote.

PS: RFD should have the option to put a comment for every downvote. Downvote discourages posting a lot of deals..
You don't lose anything from down voting. If you get 100up votes and 100 down votes your profile just shows 100up votes
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Its rated for 2.6A @ 15V, so you will only get 39W if trying to charge your laptop. Would give you 51W (39W + 12W) if charging multiple devices.
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Feb 16, 2008
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Please look for the USB-IF certification before buying a charger like this. Monoprice brand ones, for example, do have it. Other non-certified brands may have unsafe behaviour that could damage your devices.


https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=38361
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mcg wrote: Personally wouldn't buy anything related to chargers on these cheap sites.

I only trust Anker, aukey and xiaomi for my charging gear
I've only gone with Anker, outside of OEM. No experience with Xiaomi, but they're big enough so I assume they'd be fine. I don't rate Aukey that highly.

I see it as if I'm spending potentially thousands on phones/tablets/laptops, there's no way I'm cheaping out on what I use to put juice into them. The power supply is just as important as the device.
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mcg wrote: Personally wouldn't buy anything related to chargers on these cheap sites.

I only trust Anker, aukey and xiaomi for my charging gear
Personally for a $2000 phone I can afford the $50 Apple OEM charger. You can trust that to not mess up your phone battery.
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Caerus wrote: I've only gone with Anker, outside of OEM. No experience with Xiaomi, but they're big enough so I assume they'd be fine. I don't rate Aukey that highly.

I see it as if I'm spending potentially thousands on phones/tablets/laptops, there's no way I'm cheaping out on what I use to put juice into them. The power supply is just as important as the device.
Anker has had its fair share of questionable products too. They're probably better now, but early on they were notorious for not following spec.
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I'm waiting for something like the baseus 2 USB-C and 1 USB-A.
Hope Anker makes similar
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mcg wrote: Personally wouldn't buy anything related to chargers on these cheap sites.

I only trust Anker, aukey and xiaomi for my charging gear
I don't know why anyone would care about virtual points either way?

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