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RavPower Cyber Monday Deals - 36W Dual USB C Charger - $13.99, Quck Charge 3.0 12000 Charger - $22.49, 9000mAh Charger - $32.99 & More

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Do I need promo code to get lower price?
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I see $20 for the power delivery charger not $14.

Looks like it does support 15v/2a which would charge an iPad Pro and iPhone X at max speeds.
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USB C PD 26800 power bank shows $79.99
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Weird - The Verge is also reporting this deal but even their link is still 19.99 and not 13.99 for the 35W Dual USB C Wall Charger:

https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/...eiser-sony
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Do I need promo code to get lower price?
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I see $20 for the power delivery charger not $14.

Looks like it does support 15v/2a which would charge an iPad Pro and iPhone X at max speeds.
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USB C PD 26800 power bank shows $79.99
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Weird - The Verge is also reporting this deal but even their link is still 19.99 and not 13.99 for the 35W Dual USB C Wall Charger:

https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/...eiser-sony [theverge.com]
sorry updated with the right codes. Please try again.
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sorry updated with the right codes. Please try again.
Thanks! The code worked for the wall charger!
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Finally! Lost my 9000mAh power bank on this deal, which is my fav powerbank evar! Integrated lightning cable and wall plug, so you literally need zero cables to charge things with it or to charge the powerbank itself. These never go on sale seemingly. Thank you!!!
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Amazon Lightning Deal- USB Quick Charger RAVPower 40W 4-Port Fast Charger Desktop Charger Charging Station with Quick Charge 3.0 for Galaxy S7/S6/Edge, Note 5 and iSmart for iPhone 7/6s/Plus, iPad, LG, Nexus 6, HTC - $15.99
https://www.amazon.com/Charger-RA...PB7CYPDX5B
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Finally! Lost my 9000mAh power bank on this deal, which is my fav powerbank evar! Integrated lightning cable and wall plug, so you literally need zero cables to charge things with it or to charge the powerbank itself. These never go on sale seemingly. Thank you!!!
The 12,000 one is actually very good as well. That's the one I use.
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Regarding the $14 36W charger, the USB-A ("iSmart") port is just a regular USB port, though, and only supports 5V/2.4A. It's probably just me, but I have never had a phone charge anywhere near that on one of those "regular" USB ports. It seems they always top out at 1.2A. Multiple brands, multiple phones, same deal.

And if that's the case, then you're paying $14 for a single USB-C Power Delivery (PD) compliant port. Which is fine, I suppose, but every USB-PD compliant phone I've tried using with a QC 3.0 charger will do 15W (5V@3A) without issue. I have multiple single-port QC 3.0 wall and a couple of dual QC 3.0 car adapters already. 15W is enough for me for now.
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I'd be careful with the PD Charger. Looks like their old charger was dangerous according to Benson and Nathan the Google Reviewers..

https://www.amazon.com/RAVPower-F...B01IF4L1Q4

In fact, by the pictures, it looks like the exact same model.. Nice tactics here by RavPower.
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Regarding the $14 36W charger, the USB-A ("iSmart") port is just a regular USB port, though, and only supports 5V/2.4A. It's probably just me, but I have never had a phone charge anywhere near that on one of those "regular" USB ports. It seems they always top out at 1.2A. Multiple brands, multiple phones, same deal.

And if that's the case, then you're paying $14 for a single USB-C Power Delivery (PD) compliant port. Which is fine, I suppose, but every USB-PD compliant phone I've tried using with a QC 3.0 charger will do 15W (5V@3A) without issue. I have multiple single-port QC 3.0 wall and a couple of dual QC 3.0 car adapters already. 15W is enough for me for now.
For a phone I agree.

iPad Pro will charge at 29w with this. That is a huge jump.
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I'd be careful with the PD Charger. Looks like their old charger was dangerous according to Benson and Nathan the Google Reviewers..

https://www.amazon.com/RAVPower-F...B01IF4L1Q4

In fact, by the pictures, it looks like the exact same model.. Nice tactics here by RavPower.
Hmm I wonder if the same applies to the PD power bank.
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Hmm I wonder if the same applies to the PD power bank.
Hard to tell, but the PD power bank has the exact same description and model # so it's likely they have done this with multiple products and lowered the price for "cyber week" to clear inventory.

Clever, but annoying.
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