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#191021 20-Jan-2016 12:08
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Found this on a deal site

 

http://www.geekbuying.com/item/Qualcomm-Certified-Tronsmart-Quick-Charge-2-0-54W-5-Ports-Desktop-USB-Charger-Wall-Charger-for-Samsung-Sony---AU-Plug-353489.html

 

 

 

Use code "AUCHARGE" at checkout

 

About $29AU which converts to around $32NZ

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  #1475290 20-Jan-2016 12:17
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Only one port tho, so same problem I have with the car charger I bought of needing to pick the right cable for the samsung.





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  #1475291 20-Jan-2016 12:18
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The product page seems a bit confused about what it is. 

 

As you say title is "Desktop USB charger" but then further down under "What's in the package" it says "Rapid Car Charger"





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  #1475297 20-Jan-2016 12:22
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sidefx:

 

The product page seems a bit confused about what it is. 

 

As you say title is "Desktop USB charger" but then further down under "What's in the package" it says "Rapid Car Charger"

 

 

 

 

oh see what you mean, for $32 I put an order in so will let you guys know what it's like when it turns up.

 

I need a USB charger which has more than 2 ports :P


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  #1475303 20-Jan-2016 12:29
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Hmm, it shows 29USD ( = ~45NZD) for me, but when I change currency to AUD it changes it $45? 





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  #1475323 20-Jan-2016 12:58
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sidefx:

 

Hmm, it shows 29USD ( = ~45NZD) for me, but when I change currency to AUD it changes it $45? 

 

 

 

 

Use the code at checkout :P

 

 

 

drops the price 


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  #1475325 20-Jan-2016 12:59
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tripp:

 

 

 

Use the code at checkout :P

 

drops the price 

 

 

 

 

Doh, I really should learn to read one of these days. ;-)





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  #1475338 20-Jan-2016 13:12
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sidefx:

 

tripp:

 

 

 

Use the code at checkout :P

 

drops the price 

 

 

 

 

Doh, I really should learn to read one of these days. ;-)

 

 

 

 

one day........ :P


 
 
 
 


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  #1475760 20-Jan-2016 22:27
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I'd say the car charger thing is a typo/error, everything on that page indicates its for use on a standard powerpoint.


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  #1477112 22-Jan-2016 22:29
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Thank you so much for this.

 

I've been looking quite a while for an afforable 5v/2a per port USB charger for my Raspberry Pi's. There's absolutely nothing I could find on pricespy (except for a 10-port, 5 of which were 5v/2a). The Anker USB power banks had no shipping option on Amazon. I was about to get one of the Amazon Basics powered USB hub but was needing an AU plug for it.

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