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BC Master Wall Charger 34.5W 2-Port QC 3.0 WQ02 White
BC Master Wall Charger 34.5W 2-Port QC 3.0 WQ02
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 : Up to 4 times faster than conventional charger. It is designed to charge tzice as fast as Quick Charge 1.0 and to be 38% more efficient than Quick Charge 2.0.
Universal Charging: Full compatibility and interoperability enables true universal charging, with no need for multiple cords or adapters.
Safe and Durable: BC Master's MultiProtect safety system ensures complete protection for you and your devices.
Color: Black White
Cable: Micro USB Cable (1m)
Input: AC 100-240V 0.9A (Max)
Output 1: 5V / 3A (Max)
Output 2: DC 3.6-6.5V / 3A, 6.5-9V /2A, 9-12V / 1.5A
Total Power: 34.5W
Material: ABS Plastic
Product Dimensions : 2.36 x 2.36 x 1.10 inches
Weight : 3.76 ounces
I was quite happy with this charger I have 2 pairs of the ...
I was quite happy with this charger I have 2 pairs of the light up shoes so I'm able to plug both cables and let them charge and usually it takes 7 hours to charge but I get a full charge in about 5 hours not had no complaints so far I'm happy no issues..
it's hard to find a good AC adapter that will allow me to charge both ...
You can never have enough cables and AC adapters. As a user of a devices that have USB type c piss and micro USB ports, it's hard to find a good AC adapter that will allow me to charge both items simultaneously. This definitely does that. And does it well. Used with a USB c to c cable I'm able to "fast charge" my Nexus 6p from 20%- 80% in less than 30 minutes. My USB type c cable isn't as tight as I would like in the USB type c port of the charger. I'm not sure if this is an issue with the cable or the port. I have ordered a replacement USB type c cable and will try it out to see if the issue is resolved.
Works really well. Charges the phone quickly.
It won't quick charge anymore.
Product stopped working after 8 months. It won't quick charge anymore!! :(
Capable Full 5V/3A Charger
Bought this to rapid-charge my Nexus 6p. Most similar chargers only feature a 3A output via the USB-C port however this can do it with any compatible USB-A to USB-C cord as well. Charging works great, about as fast as the stock charger. The key is to use a cable rated for the full 3A or current draw will be capped. The only knock I have on this so far is the fit-and-finish. The product has a nice look and feel to it but the USB-C port hole is cut weird. Any cord I plug in is a bit loose and tugging on the cord can yank it out quite easily. The USB-A port is solid with insertion force on par with other devices. Nevertheless time will tell if the components used are quality.
If you have a newer phone that utilizes Qualcomm fast charging, then I highly recommend picking up a backup.
Many of the newest phones utilize Qualcomm 3.0 Quick Charging technology, so it is really nice to have an extra fast charger around. The bonus of this charger from BC Master is that not only does it have fast charging, but it has smart technology to charge your phone at whatever speed your phone charges at. After a couple of days of using this with some of my various phones, here are my thoughts: Pros: + It is a very quick charger, and the phones that it is compatible with will go from 0% - 100% in roughly 80 minutes, and they go from 0% to 60% in the first 25ish minutes. I personally have been using it with my LG G5 which has insanely fast charging (though not as fast as Dash Charging with my OnePlus 3. + It has two charging ports. The lower port is the Qualcomm 3.0 port, while the top port is for charging at 3A. Both are good for charging any device that you have and they can be used simultaneously. + The smart technology prevents your phone from overheating during charging, and will only charge your phone at its prescribed amperage. + BC Master includes a very solidly built Type-C cord with this charging block. I'm glad that they went with Type-C since most new device will utilize this standard. Cons: - It's sort of weird that they didn't include a Type-C to Type-C cord in the box since the Quick Charge 3.0 port is a Type-C input. Conclusion: If you have a newer phone that utilizes Qualcomm fast charging, then I highly recommend picking up a backup. Disclaimer: I received this item at a discount from the manufacturer in exchange for my fair and honest review.
I tested this on an iPad Pro 12. 9" ...
I tested this on an iPad Pro 12.9" in airplane mode and NO applications running in the background... USB A (Apple USB to lightning cable) (1104mA input) (Belkin USB to lightning cable) (877mA input) (USB 3.0 to USB-C adapter with JOTO USB-C to lightning cable) (232mA input) (USB 3.0 to USB-C adapter with Apple USB-C to lightning cable) (1396mA input) USB-C (JOTO USB-C to lightning cable) (272mA input) (Apple USB-C to lightning cable) (1252mA input) In comparison, the Apple 12watt adapter generates the same amount of charging current than THIS 34watt charger. SMH
Great charger for the new Type-C cables and the standard Micro-USB cables that everyone has
This was purchased for a Motorola Droid Turbo 2. It has Quick Charge 2.0 and this charger charges it well. The charger is performing perfectly and others have already gone over the technical aspects of it so I'll skip that part. Aesthetically this is a nice white charger with rounded edges. It has a great feel to it that is unlike other chargers. Its like it has the smallest possible texture on it. Its almost silky but its not. This is an extremely solid feeling charger. It actually weighs 1/4 of a pound. It's slightly lighter than a 6 port charger I have that also has a QC port. It would be interesting to know what they have in there that weighs so much. Its been charging a battery of mine for the past 4 hours at 2.2 amps and the charger is warm but not hot. It has 1 type-C port and 1 type-A port. The prongs fold in for traveling. It has BCMASTER on one of the sides of it. It includes a micro-USB cable but not a type-C cable. That could be a good thing. Many type-C cables were not adhering to the standards and they had the potential to destroy your device because they did not have a resistor. A Google engineer has been pointing out all of the bad cables for sale so no one loses their equipment like he did. If you google "Amazon type c" in news you can see more information. I received this charger at a discount to evaluate and review in an honest and unbiased manner.
This charger works great. I'm not super into technology and all the specks of how things work but I can tell when something charges faster and this product definitely does. I have been just using the stock charger that came with my phone since I got it a year ago. And for overnight charging it worked just fine. But for those times you for get to charge overnight an are rushing to get some kind of a charge 15 min before your out the door that's when the quick charge 3.0 stands out. This product uses the vary latest in quick charge technology and make charging a breeze. I would recommend this to anyone with a compatible device. Note I did receive this product at a discount in exchange for me to test and write a review on me experiences and overall thoughts on the product. My reviews are my own and unbiased and hope they will help aid you in your decision. Thank you.
Great USB Type-C charger
Description What we have here is a wall charger that has a USB Type-A port and the newer USB Type-C port. The charger comes in very high quality, professional packaging, and has a very high build quality. I tested this charger with an OEM Google Type-C cable. I was able to obtain exactly 3A of current (actually 3015 mA - the highest reading I've measured on any of my Type-C wall chargers). The lock screen on my Huawei Nexus 6P shows "Charging Rapidly" as expected. Pros - Folding prongs, making it safer for travelling in a bag with other items (less prone to scratch or damage other things in there with it) - Great soft-touch outer coating - Provides a full 3A of current for Type-C fast charging (measured via Current Monitor Android app - similar to Ampere, but reads/displays charging currents faster). Cons - Only comes with a micro-USB cable, not a Type-C to Type-C cable - Outlet prong direction can potentially take up/cover an extra outlet depending on what you're plugging into (top outlet, power strip, etc.) Value The price is a little on the high end for a dual Type-C + Type-A charger that does not come with a Type-C cable. The Type-A port also does not support QC 2.0. I feel like if it came with a Type-C cable and the A port supported QC 2.0, this would probably be a perfect wall charger. Disclaimer: I received a discount from the seller of this product for my honest and unbiased review of it. My opinions are my own, and I tell it like I see it.
Nice performance and a perfect sized charging cable
This is a great little charger for my Galaxy S6. The base unit has two ports, one for USB cable, and one for newer type C plug which I don't use yet. This charger comes in white with a perfect length cable. Its length is listed at 3', but it is actually 41 inches long-slightly bigger. The charging performance is great. Although it does not say "fast charging" on my phone notifications when plugged in, it mirrors exactly the speed of my factory Samsung quick charger that came with my S6. I tested this several times, using the forecasted charging time notifications on my phone when plugging in any charger. This charger plugs into my wall socket solidly and easily and the USB port has a nice tight fit for the charging cable. I am very pleased with this unit. It has great performance, a nice look, and was a good deal. My only beef would be that the Micro USB end of the included cable does not have a marker for "up" or "down", meaning you have to flip it over and over each time to find the right orientation when plugging into the charging port on your phone. I finally got smart and used a sharpie marker to dot the "up" side of the cable. Now I can see it instantly! I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.