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Official Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter (White) EXPIRED

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Staples has Official Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter (MHJA3AM/A) on sale for $15.20. Additionally, earn 2% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Select free curbside pickup to save on shipping.

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About the Product
  • Features power Type A on the first end and USB-C on the second end connectors
  • 20W Power
  • USB Fast Charger for rapid charging of iPhone 12 Mini
  • Compatible with most smartphones
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  • Typically includes a 1-year standard warranty w/ purchase
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Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter, White (MHJA3AM/A) for $15.20 + Free Store Pickup

https://www.staples.com/apple-usb...t_24468900
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Quote from MemorableWren1309 :
Stadia Premiere Edition bundle is what I got.
It's out of stock but good to know
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Quote from terpnation03 :
This is a good deal, but why wouldn't I just get the Anker bundle from Costco (https://www.costco.com/anker-powe...94170.html)
I'm wondering if the original apple charger and cable is able to negotiate charging current/voltage better with Apple devices. That's the only reason I'd buy this over other smaller or cheaper options.
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Last edited by nk88 December 22, 2021 at 09:54 AM.
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There are no mechanical or any intelligence chips components inside but yet these adapter costs so much.
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Quote from SensibleSeed4671 :
Rather than this buy the Google Stadia for $22. It comes with the Controller, Chromecast Ultra and a 20W USB C fast charger
Is Google charger a PD charger? Do you happen to know the model number of the charger?
Thanks!
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Quote from terpnation03 :
This is a good deal, but why wouldn't I just get the Anker bundle from Costco (https://www.costco.com/anker-powe...94170.html)
I love Anker products but for some reason, I don't trust their nano chargers.
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Would fast charging 20W bricks like these degrade the phone's battery longevity and capacity quicker than, say, slower 5W USB-A bricks?
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#52
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Would fast charging 20W bricks like these degrade the phone's battery longevity and capacity quicker than, say, slower 5W USB-A bricks?
If you want to keep your battery as long as possible... it has been proven that you should only charge the device until 80 - 85%.

My tablet has a feature that limits the charge to 85%, and my pixel 6 pro has Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Charging and i turned these two features on to promote longevity.

There are apps that can mimic what Samsung does.
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normally i'm against buying apple's over priced accessories, but i have a $10 off $30 coupon that i got in the mail. so i'll get 2 of these for $20. i guess that's not bad
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Would fast charging 20W bricks like these degrade the phone's battery longevity and capacity quicker than, say, slower 5W USB-A bricks?
Compared to a 5W brick, there is no difference at all. Battery longevity is based on how full it gets and how many cycles are on it... and all of these bricks are smart enough to only charge to a certain amount, let it drain a bit, charge again, etc. The 20W and 5W bricks are going to have the same affect in the end. One just charges faster than the other.
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Deleted. Was corrected.
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Last edited by philolee December 22, 2021 at 02:53 PM.
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Anker will work fine for the first three months and then start to fall apart. The ONLY cables and chargers that have consistently worked for me and lasted over a year came from Samsung and Apple. Literally everything else sold on Amazon, etc. is basically different levels of junk. At least Anker is near the top, but they don't last and will gradually degrade after the first several months. I swear these things are engineered for positive reviews for the first 90 days, and then things fall apart. Reliable fast charging goes first, then suddenly you have to fiddle with it to stay connected. I now stick with more costly brand names, just because the reliability is there.
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I'm confused how this is a deal let alone frontpage
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Quote from b00gersugar :
normally i'm against buying apple's over priced accessories, but i have a $10 off $30 coupon that i got in the mail. so i'll get 2 of these for $20. i guess that's not bad
Usually Staples coupons exclude all apple products.
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Quote from timusca :
Compared to a 5W brick, there is no difference at all. Battery longevity is based on how full it gets and how many cycles are on it... and all of these bricks are smart enough to only charge to a certain amount, let it drain a bit, charge again, etc. The 20W and 5W bricks are going to have the same affect in the end. One just charges faster than the other.
I admit I'm not a battery expert, but recall reading that it's not just number of cycles. Battery temperature also plays into longevity. And charging at 20w increases the battery temp more than a 5w.
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I thought iphones can charge 27w or so
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