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RAVPower Pioneer 65W 3-Port USB PD Wall Charger EXPIRED

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RAVPower has RAVPower Pioneer 65W 3-Port USB PD Wall Charger (White) on sale for $32.99 - $16.00 w/ discount code HURRY082 = $16.99. Shipping is free. Thanks djdoc

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Ports:
  • 1x USB Type-C with Power Delivery (5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3.25A PD 65W)
  • 1x USB A w/QC3.0 (3.6-6V/3A,6-9V/2A,9-12V/1.5A)
  • 1x USB A (5V/2.4A Max)
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Ravpower has their 3 port 65W Wall Charger for $17 + Tax with free shipping
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Code HURRY082

USB C (PD) Output 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 12V/3A, 15V/3A, 20V/3.25A PD 65W
USB-A Output 1 3.6-6V/3A,6-9V/2A,9-12V/1.5A QC3.0
USB-A Output2 5V/2.4A Max

Dimensions 7.3 x 7.3 x 2.9 cm/2.9 x 2.9 x 1.1 in
Input AC 100-240V 50/60HZ 1.2A Max
Output 65W Total Max

This is NOT Gallium Nitride GaN
2 things that convinced me to jump were
- One USB A port is QC 3.0
- its only marginally bigger [ 0.5 inch ] than the popular GaN chargers.
comes with 18 month warranty, possibly more
https://www.ravpower.com/pages/warranty

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I have one of these, works well, but too heavy for use in a wall IMO. Better suited on a power strip. Any longer cables on it seems to start pulling it from the wall and I'm just not a fan of that.

The versatility of its charging options is terrific, though, especially considering it's a 65 watt charger.
One other advantage of GaN chargers over others is not just the smaller size, but they also generate less heat.

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seems good thanks for posting
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Pros and Cons for not being GaN?
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Pros and Cons for not being GaN?
Bigger in sizes.


Pro for not being GaN: cheaper
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I have one of these, works well, but too heavy for use in a wall IMO. Better suited on a power strip. Any longer cables on it seems to start pulling it from the wall and I'm just not a fan of that.

The versatility of its charging options is terrific, though, especially considering it's a 65 watt charger.
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Recommendation for some good 3A and 5A cables?
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How does this perform with S20+/Ultra?
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Got one... not an expert but seems like a good price. Have a few ravpower products at home and they still working after few years
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One other advantage of GaN chargers over others is not just the smaller size, but they also generate less heat.

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looks good. I have a similar one. when it charges one usb a non qc device. the other usb qc port wont work for qc speed. it will drop down to regular usb a speed. that is by design according to manufacture.
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all three ports are for different devices?

usb-c is for iphone 11 pro but what is usb-a for?
USB A can be used for any phone if you have the right cable. Older smart phones used USB A to micro USB plug, etc
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USB A can be used for any phone if you have the right cable. Older smart phones used USB A to micro USB plug, etc
I must admit that I know very little about these cables or what they are called.
i know micro usb cable to charge older smartphone and also amazon fire tablets.
I didn't know they are called USB-"A" cable.
Is there a certain micro usb cable that fast charges?

What's the charging rate on each port?

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