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Aukey Direct via Amazon has Aukey 4-Outlet Power Strip + USB-C 18w Power Delivery 3.0 & Quick Charge 3.0 Ports on sale for $25.99 - $10.40 w/ promo code VFH9CWRG = $15.59. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks iconian
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$15.50 + free s/h w/ code VFH9CWRG

I really like this model. Perfect for bedroom, to charge phones + 4 outlets for the rest

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Just to be clear,
despite advertising as a Power STRIP
it claims to also be a mild surge protector. (1500 joule)

seems like a decent temporary/transient work space setup, covering multiple needs.

AC Output: 125V 10A
Max Power Output: 1250W
USB-C Output: (Power Delivery 3.0) DC 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
USB Output: (Quick Charge 3.0) DC 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
Combined USB Output: 15W **
Cable Length: 1.5m / 5ft

model: PA-S8Y

**I think the "combined USB output" spec is a bit confusing.
"For 18W USB fast charging, use either port individually. When both ports are used together, the combined output is 15W."
seems like you get more total power using one port ha

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Just to be clear,
despite advertising as a Power STRIP
it claims to also be a mild surge protector. (1500 joule)

seems like a decent temporary/transient work space setup, covering multiple needs.

AC Output: 125V 10A
Max Power Output: 1250W
USB-C Output: (Power Delivery 3.0) DC 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
USB Output: (Quick Charge 3.0) DC 5V 3A, 9V 2A, 12V 1.5A
Combined USB Output: 15W **
Cable Length: 1.5m / 5ft

model: PA-S8Y

**I think the "combined USB output" spec is a bit confusing.
"For 18W USB fast charging, use either port individually. When both ports are used together, the combined output is 15W."
seems like you get more total power using one port ha
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This is a great deal for home office. Covers Samsung and Apple products.
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would be a great deal if the reviews weren't so scary. Will pass on this. Too much at stake when power strip is concerned.
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Can't beat it for this price point... Thanks, OP!... ✊🏼✊🏼✊🏼
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would be a great deal if the reviews weren't so scary. Will pass on this. Too much at stake when power strip is concerned.
What concerns are you focusing on? I'm on the fence.
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Wish it were at least 2000 joules. Oh well I need it for my new temp office
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Finally a PD that does more than 5V 2.4A! Hope this trend continues and we start to see 60w USB-C options Smilie Eventually we might get to a point where a power strip has more USB ports than power outlets lol
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Seems like a good solution for bedside, just charging phone, battery packs, and powering our lamps. In for 2!
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This seems like a fantastic travel setup. We've found that bringing a 6 port power strip with a 6ft cord is so convenient.

Combining the power strip with the phone charger further condenses our pack.
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Notes from amazon

For 18W USB fast charging, use either port individually. When both ports are used together, the combined output is 15W.
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Not flat head. That's a no for me.
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Thanks OP, BTW shipping is free for us non prime members also
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Just to be clear,
**I think the "combined USB output" spec is a bit confusing.
"For 18W USB fast charging, use either port individually. When both ports are used together, the combined output is 15W."
seems like you get more total power using one port ha

For those of us that aren't very knowledgeable on electricity specs and such...can you use both ports simultaneously and still fast charge? Would they both meet QC 3.0?
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