Backed the Innergie PowerGear 60C USB-C Power Adapter on 28th October 2017.
The project was started on Kickstarter on 19th September 2017, and successfully got funded on 3rd November 2017.
The working name of Innergie PowerGear 60C is Innergie 55cc, and only towards the end of the project, they revealed it.
It raised a total of US$312,227 from 2,566 backers out of their initial goal of only US$20,000.
I backed the Kickstarter special reward tier where it cost US$79, and it includes the Innergie PowerGear 60C and a USB-C to USB-C cable. I topped up US$6 for the global edition where it included additional plug adapters for US, Europe, and China. Shipping is free to Singapore.
34% off!! Save $40 from MSRP ($119)
Innergie 55cc power adapter x1
USB-C to USB-C cable x1
Upgrade to Global edition, +$6
Add-on laptop set (cable & tips), +$20
Because it reaches the US$240,000 stretch goal, Inngerie threw in three extra items:
- Micro USB to USB-C Connector
- Dual USB Port Car Charger
- MFI Certified USB-A to Lightning Cable
In total, I just paid US$79 (S$104) + US$6 (S$8) = US$85 (S$112) for all the five items.
Innergie is a well reputable brand and I have covered them many times. Innergie is derived from the words “innovation” and “energy” and is founded in 2008. It is part of Delta Group. Delta Group makes MagSafe for Apple among many other things.
Innergie PowerGear 60C is a 60W USB-C power adapter that is extremely portable when compared to the Apple 61W USB-C Power Adpater. It weighs 88 g and measures 3 x 3 x 6 (cm).
It is compatible with all USB-C MacBook Pro. Though, you will get a slower charging speed if you are using it to charge your 15″ MacBook Pro.