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Anker PowerPort PD Nano and PowerPort III Nano 18W Power Delivery USB-C Tiny Wall Charger 20% off at BestBuy and Amazon ($15.99)

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The PD version is only at BestBuy:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/anke...Id=6375655


The PowerPort III is at Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WRKX...=ianker-20



For those that really need something small, the Anker PD Nano and PowerPort III Nano are on sale at BestBuy and Amazon (links above).


While both are 18w USB-C chargers, the PowerPort III is probably the best option for both iOS PD devices and Android QC3 devices since it does PD as well as Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 (what Anker calls PowerIQ 3.0).


However, if you only have iOS devices, the PD version may be best since the PD version supports 5V 3A and 9V 2A output (which is slightly better than the PowerPort III which supports 5V 2.4A and 9V 2A). Watts=V*Amps.


The QC 3.0 (and now QC 4.0) versus PD fast charging standards are confusing but here is a decent article to help make sense of it all:
https://www.zdnet.com/article/usb...id-device/
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IIRC they had the PD version with lightning cable for $22 at my local Costco
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IIRC they had the PD version with lightning cable for $22 at my local Costco
Came in here to post this. That was a great deal
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IIRC they had the PD version with lightning cable for $22 at my local Costco
Just checking, was that for Anker or another brand?
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Just checking, was that for Anker or another brand?
I saw it too at my local Costco in Southern California last week. It was for the PD Nano with included Powerline USB-C to Lightning cable. Costco online is now showing $34.99 so maybe the promotion expired?

(https://www.costco.com/anker-powe...28728.html)
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I saw it too at my local Costco in Southern California last week. It was for the PD Nano with included Powerline USB-C to Lightning cable. Costco online is now showing $34.99 so maybe the promotion expired?

(https://www.costco.com/anker-powe...28728.html)
In my store (Fairfax va) price was good until 12/24. $22.99 I think
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IIRC they had the PD version with lightning cable for $22 at my local Costco
Yeah saw that yesterday not bad price.
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Is there anything about these that would make them better than this basic one which is also mini size and 18w PD but just $15 normal price? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LGP2...-Db10BC7A5
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In my store (Fairfax va) price was good until 12/24. $22.99 I think
wth it was 26 at my store yesterday grrr

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Is there anything about these that would make them better than this basic one which is also mini size and 18w PD but just $15 normal price? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07LGP2...-Db10BC7A5

1. Anker is slightly smaller
Anker - 1.08" x 1.18" x 1.18"
Aukey- 1.20" x 1.40" x 1.40"


2. Anker's nano on Amazon is PD and QC 3.0. The Aukey appears to be PD only


3. Prongs fold on Aukey and do not on Anker. Fixed prongs are a downside for some but keeps size and weight down to the minimum. Hinges also add some amount of complexity that can be a point of failure down the line.


4. Anker and Aukey are both good brands though Anker does offer more products in the accessory market.


Bottom line is if you don't need the smallest or want foldable prongs and only need PD and not QC 3.0, Aukey is a solid choice too.
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Thanks OP. Grabbed 2, and work as advertised. Charged my iPhone 11 50% in 30 minutes.
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Thanks OP. Grabbed 2, and work as advertised. Charged my iPhone 11 50% in 30 minutes.
So full phone is 60m? Or is the last 50 longer? May i ask how much a normal apple charger takes?
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