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  • 30W GaN Power Delivery PIQ 3.0 USB C Charging

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That first review seems to be written by an electrical engineer or someone with similar experience. Not a bad thing per se but probably written from an overly technical (and critical) perspective where things are never quite good enough. We can all get like that sometimes with stuff we are (or think we are) particularly knowledgeable about or experienced with (e.g. see threads on SD about knives and coffee).

Again, not to discount this sort of perspective but something to be considered. I also see 3k+ reviews and a brand I've had good first-hand experience with so I'm in for one. Thanks OP!
That "review" is what you should pass on.

It's literally stock photos of random circuit boards, followed by a list of claims with no context or evidence, and random EE jargon.

The boards (and they're not even the same boards across photos) are not even close to the same dimensions as the actual product, and not one of the photos shows anything actually related to any Anker product. No Anker branded charger photos, no Anker packaging, no Anker manuals or warranty cards.

It's totally fabricated.

I don't own one of these, but if you're that scared of it, I'll gladly take it off your hands.
Can anyone show proof that the top review is true and accurate? I see the pictures, but they're unlabeled and point out the issues mentioned in the review itself.

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You should pass on this.

It is a very compact and attractive charger. I bought one. But the top review on Amazon harshly criticized the safety and quality of the electronics, and I don't use it anymore.
Can anyone show proof that the top review is true and accurate? I see the pictures, but they're unlabeled and point out the issues mentioned in the review itself.
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You should pass on this.

It is a very compact and attractive charger. I bought one. But the top review on Amazon harshly criticized the safety and quality of the electronics, and I don't use it anymore.
Can you elaborate?
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That first review seems to be written by an electrical engineer or someone with similar experience. Not a bad thing per se but probably written from an overly technical (and critical) perspective where things are never quite good enough. We can all get like that sometimes with stuff we are (or think we are) particularly knowledgeable about or experienced with (e.g. see threads on SD about knives and coffee).

Again, not to discount this sort of perspective but something to be considered. I also see 3k+ reviews and a brand I've had good first-hand experience with so I'm in for one. Thanks OP!
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You should pass on this.

It is a very compact and attractive charger. I bought one. But the top review on Amazon harshly criticized the safety and quality of the electronics, and I don't use it anymore.
That "review" is what you should pass on.

It's literally stock photos of random circuit boards, followed by a list of claims with no context or evidence, and random EE jargon.

The boards (and they're not even the same boards across photos) are not even close to the same dimensions as the actual product, and not one of the photos shows anything actually related to any Anker product. No Anker branded charger photos, no Anker packaging, no Anker manuals or warranty cards.

It's totally fabricated.

I don't own one of these, but if you're that scared of it, I'll gladly take it off your hands.
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I love this form factor but I have too many chargers.


That first review is weird. "Poor repairable"? Who is repairing these?
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Why Anker all day every day? These are never that great of a deal but at top of the list all the time. Sus
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Need to look for the ones with PPS.
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I have this and always use it for travel. The prongs fold down when not in use so it's inevitably more fragile than one without moving parts, but the compact form-factor makes it worth it for me. I am careful when unplugging it and haven't had any issues. It works great and I love the fast charging for my iPhone. I like that it can fit flat behind furniture or beds and doesn't fall out of the outlets in the back of an airplane seat.
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That "review" is what you should pass on.

It's literally stock photos of random circuit boards, followed by a list of claims with no context or evidence, and random EE jargon.

The boards (and they're not even the same boards across photos) are not even close to the same dimensions as the actual product, and not one of the photos shows anything actually related to any Anker product. No Anker branded charger photos, no Anker packaging, no Anker manuals or warranty cards.

It's totally fabricated.

I don't own one of these, but if you're that scared of it, I'll gladly take it off your hands.
Yep.

I cannot possibly understand why someone who publishes a review like that does not even bother posting a photo of the actual board inside the product.
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I have this and I love it.
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Why Anker all day every day? These are never that great of a deal but at top of the list all the time. Sus
Anker = good stuff, cheap and reliable. People trust.
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That first review seems to be written by an electrical engineer or someone with similar experience. Not a bad thing per se but probably written from an overly technical (and critical) perspective where things are never quite good enough. We can all get like that sometimes with stuff we are (or think we are) particularly knowledgeable about or experienced with (e.g. see threads on SD about knives and coffee).

Again, not to discount this sort of perspective but something to be considered. I also see 3k+ reviews and a brand I've had good first-hand experience with so I'm in for one. Thanks OP!
Your comment is so so true. For 99% of the people that use this product it will be good enough. Also how long do you actually think you'll end up using this? 1 year 2 years 10 years?
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