I only didn’t get the Passport II Pro as it was launched during the COVID-19 period and I am unsure when I will travel again.
Zendure SuperPort S2 is the latest USB-C charger from Zendure which was launched last week.
It retails for US$31.99 (S$44), and shipping to Singapore is a flat fee of US$15 (S$21).
I received a newsletter last month from Zendure saying that if you have blogged about any Zendure products before, you are entitled to a free power bank from them.
Similar to its predecessors, Passport Go started from Kickstarter where it raised a total of US$271,092 from 5,323 backers out of their initial goal of US$30,000.
Zendure SuperTank & SuperPort 4 started out from a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$380,943 out of their initial goal of US$30,000 from 3,293 backers.
It was successfully funded on 6th March 2019. The product was shipped on 19th August 2019, and I received it on 27th August 2019.
After a successful run with the Passport, Zendure is back again with an upgraded version of Passport, called, Passport Pro.
Passport Pro is the world’s first resettable grounded travel adapter with USB-C Power Delivery (PD) charging.
The Zendure 63W USB-C PD Charger is the first product and second project that I backed on Indiegogo. My first backed project on Indiegogo was to support the development of PHP Inspections EA Extended.
I backed the project on 15th December 2017, and it was supposed to ship to me in April 2018. But as usual, crowdfunding projects are always delayed. I received it on the 11th of September 2018.
The project which started on Kickstarter on 26th June 2017 has raised a total of US$217,053 out of their initial goal of US$30,000 from 4,887 backers.