Bought the Energea Travelite 34W 5V/6.8A 4-Port Wall Charger for S$59 (S$53.10 after 10% member’s discount) at Bugis Junction’s Challenger.
This is a 4-port charger that is capable of a combined output of 6.8A. Two ports have a max output of 1A each, and the other two ports have a max output of 2.4A each.
Bought the Energea Amp Charger 17W 5V/3.4A 2-Port Wall Charger for S$26.90 (S$24.21 after 10% member’s discount) at Bugis Junction’s Challenger.
I am surprise that Challenger’s online store, Hachi.tech, is selling it more expensive at S$35.10, excluding a 5% rebate.
I backed the Flip British Plug on Kickstarter on 22nd November 2015. The project was funded on 18th December 2015 after raising a total of £28,115 out of their initial goal of £15,000 from 1,140 backers.
I chose the £14 reward level and shipping to Singapore cost another £5. So in total, I paid £19 (S$38).
Bought the Google Universal 22.5W Dual Port USB Type-C Charger together with the Google USB Type-C to USB Standard-A Plug Cable for US$39.99 (S$57) and got it to ship through HopShopGo.
This is probably the only trustable USB Type-C Charger that I can find which has more than one USB Type-C port and is reasonably priced. Besides the charger, it also comes with a 1.8m USB Type-C to Type-C cable (USB 2.0 speed) which itself already cost US$19.99 (S$29).
Twist is a ultra-portable universal adapter designed to work with the MacBook adapter. It offers much more functions than the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit and makes charging your mobile devices much easier. Some of its functions include, four USB ports for charging, universal outlet and the intuitive twist-to-change adapter type design.
I have been seeing the brand Aukey appearing quite often on Gizmodo’s Deals and it seems to be a good alternative to Anker. From the looks of the design, it seems both company get from similar OEMs.
So when Aukey contacted me asking me to feature/review their products, I accepted the offer. I just need to pay for shipping from HopShopGo since they don’t ship directly to Singapore from Amazon.
The other item I got from Belkin Singapore for Christmas is the Belkin Tablet Charger. In case you did not read my previous post, I also got the Belkin Lightning to USB ChargeSync Cable (4ft) from Belkin Singapore for Christmas.
I think the Belkin Tablet Charger has been renamed to Belkin Universal Home Charger since I could not find the Tablet Charger being listed on their website and the Universal Home Charger looks exactly the same (besides the color) as the Tablet Charger.
It is a 5-Port USB wall charger capable of outputting a maximum of 40W/8A in total. It measures 11.6cm x 6.25cm x 3cm and weighs 222g.
When I received an email from Bolse asking me to feature their products, I was pretty skeptical because I have never heard of Bolse before. So I went to do a search on them and realised that their products received pretty good ratings on Amazon and the prices are pretty reasonable. They are the direct competitors to brand like Anker.