- USB WALL PLUG CHARGER ADAPTER: Our USB C Wall Charger includes a USB-C port that is compatible with multiple devices. Our fast wall charger is compact and light for travel and home use - ideal for charging your 12 inch MacBook and USB-C powered laptops.
- COMPACT SIZE: Conveniently compact size saves space for travel so you can charge on-the-go while using your device at the same time. This portable charger is an ideal travel essential for charging your laptop, smartphone and multiple devices.
- FAST WALL CHARGER ADAPTER: For fast charging, our charging cube is an ideal addition to your iPhone 12 accessories so you can focus on your activities and use your device at the same time it is charging.
- USB ADAPTER PLUG: This 30w usb c wall charger includes one USB-C port for universal compatibility and multiple charging options. This fast charging block adapter is ideal for laptops and is compatible with MacBook Pro and MacBook Air as well as iPads.
- ABOUT US: TALK WORKS offers tech accessories that make our lives easier and more enjoyable. Our products include phone charging accessories, gaming accessories, charging cables, power banks, and much more.
- SKU: 38625
- UPC: 850050386254
This review is for the TALK WORKS USB-C Wall Charger - 30W Fast Wall Charger Block Cube. I have started using several of the TALK WORKS products because of the quality and value they offer, and this 30W Fast Wall Charger is no exception. The prior review has covered a lot of the technical details, so I won’t bother to repeat them here. Bottom line is this is a really good charger, and works well. It is one of the smaller 30W charger blocks I have used, which makes it great for travel packing and quick charges when time may be limited. The prongs also fold into the case, which again lowers the packing space profile.Re the other detailed review (which is quite good), I will disagree on one important point. While this doesn’t have the “UL” safety certification mentioned, it absolutely does have the ETL safety certification markings, which is visible in the posted pics. ETL is also a well-known Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory for North America (US and Canada), and should be viewed in the same safety light as a UL marking. Having ETL as opposed to UL markings is not considered a negative or risk. There are a multitude of products that use ETL for their 3rd party lab testing. Look it up yourself, and you will see.
My iPad Pro is so power-hungry, even with a large battery I tend to charge it once or twice during the day and a full charge at night. Because new iPad pros have the USBC adapter, I can never have enough in my house since most of my adapters are lightning. this is a good standard adapter, it charges very fast, just like the original Apple one.
Super super fast charger! I use this with my new Galaxy phone, and it can charge my phone in a little over an hour! It is suitable for for iPhone lighting devices as well. You do need your own usb-c cable, as it doesn't come with one. It is relatively small and the prongs do fold in. If I plug in about 10-15 minutes before heading out it will give me about a 20% jump in battery life. I 100% recommend it.
My new android phone came with a charging pad but no adapter and it also wasn't available for purchase on the manufacturer's website at the time. Gave this a try as an alternative and it gets the job done. No issues yet.
This is a pretty standard USB C charger with a max output of 30w, it's not made using GaN, so it's on the larger side (relatively speaking in 2022). I have 65w chargers that are the same size as this is, but just a few years ago, this would have been compact for a 30w charger. It only has a single USB C port, there is an indicator LED that stays on when it is plugged into a wall outlet. The prongs are foldable, so it can get a little bit smaller when your store it in a bag. This seems like a decent wall charger if you just need to be able to charge something that doesn't need a lot of power (like a MacBook Air, iPad, or a smartphone), it won't be enough to charge things that require 45-100w (which is most modern laptops). It doesn't support Programmable Power Supply, so it's not really ideal for Samsung Galaxy phones/tablets. I plugged it into my Galaxy Tab s7 and it showed up as Super Fast Charging, just like the official 25w charger. But that's not to be confused with their "Super Fast Charging 2.0" which requires 45w and PPS.