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PD Charger, RAVPower 61W USB C Charger[GaN Tech] Type C Wall Charger Fast Charging Power Delivery Foldable Adapter, Compatible with MacBook Pro Air, iPad Pro 2020 Nintendo iPhone SE 11 Pro Max & More
Compact Size & Superior Performance: GaN tech & PI chipset make the charger 50% smaller than a standard 61W MacBook charger, slim enough to carry anywhere. The components will keep cool, reduce power wastage & Maximize charging efficiency to over 93% based on the tech advantage.High Efficiency USB C wall Charger: 61W output, high up to Charge your 13” MacBook Pro to 100% in just 1. 8 hours, to charge iPhones 2 hours faster than industry standard. Attention please: C to C Cable is necessary when quick charge. USB adapter will not be able to trigger the PD protocol.Friendly to various PD devices: The RAVPowe 61W wall charger match a variety of PD devices from smart phones to laptops, one for all and making charging simple. The 100% compatible charger make your business trip or vacation convenient and free of hassles.Dependable protection: With built-in safeguards to protect against overcharging, overheating & short circuiting. Continuous high-power output will have a temperature rise, but they are all within the safety limits of standdard certification.What You Get: RAVPower RAVPowe 61W PD GaN USB C wall charger (cable not included), User Guide and 24-hour customer service.Compatibility Phone Model: iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max/iPhone XS / XS Max / XR / X / 8 Plus / 8 / 7 / 7 Plus / 6 / Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10e / S10+ /S9 / S9+ / S8 / S8+ / Note 9 / Note 8 / MacBook Pro / MacBook Air / MacBook 12 / iPad Pro 2018 / iPad Pro 2020 / DELL XPS 13
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12 Reddit comments about PD Charger, RAVPower 61W USB C Charger[GaN Tech] Type C Wall Charger Fast Charging Power Delivery Foldable Adapter, Compatible with MacBook Pro Air, iPad Pro 2020 Nintendo iPhone SE 11 Pro Max & More:

u/Mahooki · 8 pointsr/Surface

Here are the accessories I got to go with my SL3, they all have worked well for me:

  • Anker 7 port USB-C dock
    • 2xUSB-A (3.0), Ethernet, usb-c power, SD, microSD, HDMI ([email protected])
      > Dock draws 12W of power, so I recommend using this as a home dock that is plugged in all of the time
  • Anker 5 port USB-C adapter
    • 2xUSB-A (3.0), SD, microSD, HDMI ([email protected])
      > This dock has no power draw overhead, so I use it for travel. It also doesn't have power pass through or ethernet
  • 6 foot usb-c to usb-c power cable
    > Slow data speed - is only meant as a charging cable
  • 61W GaN power adapter
    • Takes advantage of gallium nitride so it is small compared to normal charger
    • Being 61W it takes advantage of the quick-charge that the SL3 battery is capable of
      > It is still a little bit slower to charge than the OEM 65W charger
  • 20Ah 45W power bank
    • Gets me about a full charge
    • Charges at 25W
    • Outputs 45W so it charges relatively quickly, albeit not quick-charge speeds
u/riggerjeff · 3 pointsr/onebag

Super small. High Power. It’s a Kickstarter, but from a company with a good track record for delivery. Insert warning about Kickstarter not being an order and precautions about USB-C chargers from “unknown” sources. (Disclosure: I’m a backer of this and of their previous iPad Dock):

HyperJuice: World's First & Smallest 100W GaN USB-C Charger by HYPER by Sanho Corporation—Kickstarter

If a battery and Qi would also be useful (Disclosure: I work for REI and REI sells this product):
Sherpa 100PD Sherpa 100PD / Goal Zero

I currently have a RAVPower 61W Wall Charger PD 3.0 [GaN Tech] Type C Fast Charging Power Delivery Foldable Adapter for my MBP (which I seldom travel with) and another charger for the rest of the kit. Looking forward to carrying just the HyperJuice.

u/Imlulse · 3 pointsr/Surface

Fark, had this long ass post written and closed the tab by mistake... Imma try and Cliff's Notes it, feel free to ask any questions tho since I've been all in on USB-C PD for a while and I know it can be pretty confusing. First some useful links:

It might actually be more useful to you to read the Wirecutter guide first if you need a primer on USB-C Power Delivery and then the first two links after... Long story short, the Go isn't very demanding of chargers. Stock magnetic charger is more than fine.

I do think it's useful to grab a (cheaper) USB-C PD charger in addition to the magnetic one tho, thay way you can leave the latter plugged in at home and the USB-C PD charger in your bag and you don't need to plug and unplug stuff nearly as much; that's what I'm doing anyway.

Even a phone charger will charge the Go relatively quickly (if you're not actively using it) if it's USB-C PD capable and rated for at least 18W (pretty common, tho some only do 15W or are dumb 5V/3A - 15W chargers without PD smarts); ~2h17m with an 18W charger vs like 1h45m with the stock one FWIW. A decent USB-C PD charger will also charge your phone, USB-C battery banks, etc just fine so it's handy. USB-C PD auto negotiates proper charge rate.

You don't need much more than a 30W charger for the Go but prices are so close that if you're getting a USB-C PD charger anyway you might as well get something beefier that can also charge other laptops, a Nintendo Switch, etc. The <$30 60W Nekteck Wirecutter recommends looks like a great value once you take into account that it comes with a good, USB-IF certified, 2m cable.

I've not used it but I'm using their car chargers and they've held up great (both the 45W and the 23W). For my bag and for charging the Go I ended up splurging on this 61W Ravpower Gallium Nitrate model that Wirecutter raved about not long ago... Their one qualm was the original $50 price but it's already been on sale for $36-40, I think it's tiny size is worth the premium but that's just me:

Edit: Just as a point of clarification or in case you see conflicting info, the Go can pull pretty close to 30W when the battery is really low (stock charger only goes up to 24W)...

You can see it briefly pulled ~26W on a 45W charger in the second link I included above, but as with all modern electronics the charge rate slows down as the battery charge fills up so in the end a faster charger (like the full size Surface Pro charger or any of the PD ones I linked) makes < 10 min. difference in total charge time. Not worth swapping out the stock charger over that IMO unless you just really hate it's outlet hogging form factor.

u/jcpb · 3 pointsr/UsbCHardware

I wish I have an answer to this, because even Anker has problems at the 60W+ front. The most helpful review is a 1-star and it said that charger fried the USB-C port on the user's MBP - YIKES. Google's wall chargers only go up to 45W.

For your in-ears: Innergie's MagiCable will adapt any USB-C cable to micro-USB, negating the need to buy a separate USB-C to micro-USB legacy cable. It's technically a device itself though, so the USB-C charger/power bank will become active and start supplying power. It's also limited to about 5V 2A.

For the wall chargers: if Lenovo does anything funny with their laptops, any wall chargers you have will need 60W minimum or they simply won't charge. Apple's MBP will pretty much charge off any USB-C though, just more slowly, and the laptop has to be asleep (lid closed) or off.

Nekteck 65W
Nekteck 60W
RAVPower 60W w/ GaN

Innergie 60C if price is no object

I wouldn't recommend any Apple stock chargers unless it updates their 61W and 87W to do the full USB PD voltage ranges - even if it does, price is a problem on both.

For power banks: ideally they should have two 60W capable USB-C ports, one of them being input+output; and 1-2 USB-A ports for everything else. That's pretty hard to find and they certainly won't come cheap. If you limit that to one USB-C, that might be a bit easier to find.

mophie's 3XL can only do 45W, that might not work for the Yoga
Goal Zero has it all, but it's large, heavy, and very expensive; lesser version with one 60W USB-C and no AC inverter
J-Go Tanker Xtreme w/ 100W PD

u/Soggy_Stargazer · 2 pointsr/consulting

I picked up one of the new GaN 61W PD USB-C jobs.

Its much smaller than the stock power adapter(2"x2"x1").

Picked up a nice 6 foot USB-C cable to go with it.

Stock power adapter stays at home, new little guy lives in my cord bag

I only carry USB-C chargers/cables and got little adapters for the three items I travel with that are micro-usb.

Mouse(MX Anywhere 2) stays with the computer.

u/queuebitt · 2 pointsr/UsbCHardware

No, it is currently $45 for Prime members. It was $50 when I posted and MSRP is $57.

The dual port version is available for $36 MSRP. That is a bit bigger, no GaN, and has a USB-A port. When USB-A port is in use the USB-C drops from 61W to 45W.

Those two chargers nicely illustrate the cost increases GaN brings.

u/JewishDan18 · 2 pointsr/onebag

I mean, just for a 60w charger Ravpower has one 30 percent lighter and the classic choice is the Innergie, which is nearly half the weight of your pick.

Instead of the 100g dual port charger, there are a few directions one could go. Two of these saves 20 percent of the weight while giving you two 18w PD ports. If you don't need two 18w ports, you can sub in one of these to save another 10 percent. If you don't really need power delivery (which you really might not, most non-laptops don't pull more than 12w unless the battery is very low) you can just take one of these and save half your weight. Hell, if you really want to make the most of 100g, I'd just take two of these and know that any tablet or phone I have will charge extremely fast and have a backup for my main charger in case of failure.

Both Ravpower and Aukey have longer warranties than Anker, and I've had great experiences dealing with both of them. I don't really think Anker is competitive at all in the lightweight charger landscape.

One question: did you consider charging your devices off your laptop while it's charging?

u/The48thAmerican · 1 pointr/MatebookXPro

Got this a couple days ago on sale:

Stock charger is 65W, this is 61. Too early to tell if the difference in charge speed is appreciable or not but it works fine and is 2/3rds the size of the stock.

u/ozzyboy · 1 pointr/thinkpad

There's also this: which seems tiny enough, and should supply 61W which is enough juice for the X1C.

Haven't tried it but I think Ravpower are usually pretty decent in terms of quality/price (and it costs half as much as the Innergie adapter).

u/trevtech15 · 1 pointr/thinkpad

I don't have that charger, but the first thing that I noticed was that the prongs were fixed. I carry my T480 in a rugged slipcase, and that would not fit well in the outer pocket. While there's nothing wrong with that charger and the few reviews it has are positive, you can get a better charger for a little bit more money.

I use RavPower's 45W USB C charger ( with a Volta XL cable ( The charger has a nice matte finish, not a glossy finish like it looks in the pictures. The Volta XL cables aren't perfect, but they're the best magnetic USB C PD cable's I've found.

If the size isn't a problem, RavPower also has a 61W charger that has a USB A port in addition to the USB C PD port: They also make a 45W cube charger if the you don't like the design of the above 45W unit (blocks outlets next to it):

Note that you'll need a USB C PD cable since none of these chargers have a cable included. Anker's Powerline II USB C PD cable supports up to 60W PD:

u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/NintendoSwitchDeals

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u/Jax08 · 1 pointr/DealsReddit

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