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AUKEY USB C Charger with 46W USB-C Power Delivery (PD) 3.0 & 5V/2.1A Ports USB Wall Charger - $29.99 w/free Prime shipping

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Amazon has the AUKEY USB C Charger with 46W USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 & 5V/2.1A Ports USB Wall Charger for MacBook / Pro, iPhone X / 8 / Plus, Samsung Note8 and More [amazon.com] for $29.99 after 25% off coupon code AUKCM005. Same-day/One-day shipping is free with Amazon Prime. Matches lowest price according to CCC.

I prefer this one over the Anker as this one has a USB-A port in addition to the USB-C port. This charger also supports the PD spec so you can use it to fast charge your iPhone 8, 8+, and X with the Apple USB-C to Lightning cable.
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That's expensive
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No more aukey for me all Anker here
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Works great but that's expensive I got it for free the rav power version
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That's expensive
Power Delivery chargers are still pretty expensive, this with the extra USB port is pretty reasonable. I'd put Aukey pretty close to Anker in quality.
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Besides an extra 10W, is there any advantage to this over the RAVPower charger? It has a PD-capable USB-C port and an intelligent USB-A port, retails for $20 (I bought it for $14 with an expired Cyber Monday code, it arives tomorrow). I'll be using this to charge my Pixel 2 (comes with an 18W charger from Google) plus some peripherals as needed.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0778JNN4B
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I bought Aukey charger 1typc c + 2 type a, type c is broken after 2 months
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No more aukey for me all Anker here
I contacted aukey the other day because my battery pack started bulging. They asked for some pictures and within a day they already told me they were sending a new one. Great customer service.
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What is this ravpower deal everyone is talking about? Would it provide enough power to charge the MacBook safely
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Dude...

There's TWO ports.
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Power Delivery chargers are still pretty expensive, this with the extra USB port is pretty reasonable. I'd put Aukey pretty close to Anker in quality.
Three are so many comments like these for every Aukey post. Very fishy indeed.
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Directly taken from the ravpower usb-c description: "Note 2: USB-C Port does not support Apple USB-C to lightning cables. Charging iPhone and iPad (iPad Pro included) via iSmart port is highly recommended"

Meaning anyone who wants to purchase this for their iPhone 8, 8+, or X won't get proper quick charge capability. The one by AUKEY is the better choice in this situation.
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I contacted aukey the other day because my battery pack started bulging. They asked for some pictures and within a day they already told me they were sending a new one. Great customer service.
a battery pack bulging? yikes. that's all I've been hearing about aukey's batteries.
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a battery pack bulging? yikes. that's all I've been hearing about aukey's batteries.
I've only seen a few reviews mentioning bulging battery packs but I'm just glad they were willing to replace it quick style. Don't even need to deal with returns or other hassles.
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Besides an extra 10W, is there any advantage to this over the RAVPower charger? It has a PD-capable USB-C port and an intelligent USB-A port, retails for $20 (I bought it for $14 with an expired Cyber Monday code, it arives tomorrow). I'll be using this to charge my Pixel 2 (comes with an 18W charger from Google) plus some peripherals as needed.

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0778JNN4B

You should be fine with the RAVPower one since you're using the Pixel 2. This one supports fast charging on Apple devices and the RAVPower one specifically states it does not.
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