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    Default Looking for light weight wall charger.....

    Looking for a light weight wall charger to recharge devices....ie ravpower battery block, iPhone, headlamp etc.. ravpower takes 5v/2 amp to recharge in 3hrs.



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    Very happy with the Fonken quickcharge 3.0 i just bought. Single port.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfoxengineering View Post
    Very happy with the Fonken quickcharge 3.0 i just bought. Single port.

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    Does it fast charge iPhone?


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    This is what I went with. 109 grams
    https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by saltysack View Post
    Does it fast charge iPhone?


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    Idk. I've never had one. I would assume so with the right cable.

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    The lightest weight ones I've found are the ones that come with our phones. But, if you want a multi-port charger, that's a different story.
    I'm not lost. I'm exploring.

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    On a trip to North Carolina I misplaced my Apple charger. I found a double outlet charger at the register line in Walmart. Less than $10. Handles the iPhone and a 10k external battery OR two 10k batteries. Or two digital cameras.
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    https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerPo...CTF/ref=sr_1_7

    Dual port, but it doesn't have quick charge. But it does weigh less than an ounce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soumodeler View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerPo...CTF/ref=sr_1_7

    Dual port, but it doesn't have quick charge. But it does weigh less than an ounce.
    Thx looks just like the auckey...ordered thx..


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    Quote Originally Posted by soumodeler View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerPo...CTF/ref=sr_1_7

    Dual port, but it doesn't have quick charge. But it does weigh less than an ounce.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Venchka View Post
    On a trip to North Carolina I misplaced my Apple charger. I found a double outlet charger at the register line in Walmart. Less than $10. Handles the iPhone and a 10k external battery OR two 10k batteries. Or two digital cameras.
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    I made the mistake by buying a POS from a gas station in Cali before JMT few years back..big mistake the thing wouldn’t work half the time..


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    https://www.amazon.com/Charger-Anker...2Cmobile%2C130

    2.14 oz. One port charges faster. 18W

    They have a 24W one as well, with two fast charging ports, but it looks a bit bigger/heavier.

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    I have the dual port fast charging Anker, and its not heavy, but big, really big.

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    You have to check some of the multiport chargers because they are not always upfront about the drop in output when another device plugs in. Aukey is bad about that in my experience. Sometimes you can only tell by the listed wattage of the charger. Overnight not a problem but a quick pit stop you might be charging your phone and the battery you use to charge your phone and if the amps drop because of the two devices it'll be a long lunch break.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alligator View Post
    You have to check some of the multiport chargers because they are not always upfront about the drop in output when another device plugs in. Aukey is bad about that in my experience. Sometimes you can only tell by the listed wattage of the charger. Overnight not a problem but a quick pit stop you might be charging your phone and the battery you use to charge your phone and if the amps drop because of the two devices it'll be a long lunch break.
    This is why I bought the single port qualcolm 3.0 fonken

    Having two ports isn't necessary. Then you just carry more cables.

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    Up to my experience two ports, both of them high-power, are essential.
    At least the phone and the powerbank wants to get charged simultanously, and usually there are more items in the pack that demand charging (and if not in my pack, there are some in my wife's pack).

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfoxengineering View Post
    This is why I bought the single port qualcolm 3.0 fonken

    Having two ports isn't necessary. Then you just carry more cables.

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    iPhone doesn’t use Qualcom qc, I tried this one a while ago. Didn’t charge any faster than current setup. I just got the aukey dual port. It charged my ravpower 6700 in 3 hrs solo, will try phone later but should be sufficient at 1.1 oz.


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