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Speed. Power. Safety.

Fast charging all comes down to Power Delivery (PD) — in other words, how much power can be safely delivered to your device at a time? With a USB-C PD connection, we’re able to pull more power, faster, directly to your device. That’s 2x faster charging than a regular charger.

Speed. Power. Safety.

Fast charging all comes down to Power Delivery (PD) — in other words, how much power can be safely delivered to your device at a time? With a USB-C PD connection, we’re able to pull more power, faster, directly to your device. That’s 2x faster charging than a regular charger.

Charging Speed

30 minutes

60 minutes

Apple 5W charger

USB-C 18W charger

*20W is even 20% faster than an 18W for a full iPhone charge

FOR USB-C POWER DELIVERY,
YOU NEED:

DEVICE

USB-C PD enabled smartphone or tablet

CABLE

USB-C charge cable

CHARGER

USB-C PD enabled Charger

USB-C Compatibility?

Our USB-C PD chargers are made for iOS/Apple, Android, Samsung, Google, and laptops.

USB-C Compatibility?

Our USB-C PD chargers are made for iOS/Apple, Android, Samsung, Google, and laptops.

Safe-charging.

Old USB connectors (USB-A) were introduced in 1996 when less power per device was required. Today, our smartphones and tablets need more power to charge faster. Our USB-C connectors were designed hand-in-hand with USB-C Power Delivery to handle these higher levels of power. Their circuit boards won’t get damaged or overheat with the extra wattage.

Safe-charging.

Old USB connectors (USB-A) were introduced in 1996 when less power per device was required. Today, our smartphones and tablets need more power to charge faster. Our USB-C connectors were designed hand-in-hand with USB-C Power Delivery to handle these higher levels of power. Their circuit boards won’t get damaged or overheat with the extra wattage.

Only one way up.

USB-C PD charging is here. The newest generation of iPhone and iPads use USB-C PD connections, facilitating faster, more secure charges.

Only one way up.

USB-C PD charging is here. The newest generation of iPhone and iPads use USB-C PD connections, facilitating faster, more secure charges.