Power up with RAVPower's 61W dual-port USB-C wall charger for $6 off

Amazon has the RAVPower 61W USB-C Power Delivery dual-port wall charger for $29.99. This is the lowest price ever on RAVPower's charger, which has sold for around $36 or more for several months now. You can save a couple bucks on the white version if you clip the on-page coupon, but that deal is not as good as the black one listed above. The deal is even better than the price of RAVPower's single-port charger at the moment.

The 61W output with Power Delivery and USB-C can fully charge a MacBook Pro in two hours. The Smart 2.0 tech helps detect what's plugged in and provide the fastest charge possible. Has built-in safety features to prevent things like overheating.

With a USB-C port, Power Delivery, and a 61W output, you can use this charger to power tons of devices including smartphones or laptops. You can fully charge a 13-inch MacBook Pro in two hours. Since there are two ports, you can charge two devices simulatneously thanks to the extra USB-A port. The output goes down to 45W for the USB-C port if something is connected to the USB-A port. The charger uses Smart 2.0 technology to determine what's plugged in and where and provides the fastest possible charging speed. It works with both PD and non-PD devices and will charge them all at full speed, although you won't get fast charge with devices like the Note 10.

The wall charger has foldable pins so they won't get damaged if you decide to travel with it. It's also designed for travel since it's lightweight, compact, and convenient to keep with you at all times. The built-in safeguards help protect the charger and your devices from things like overcharging, overheating, short circuiting, and more. Users give it 4.6 stars out of 5 based on 133 reviews.

John Levite
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