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    If you are looking for a spare USB Type-C charger that can charge most of your Power Delivery compatible devices, I recommend these, compact sturdy build. It can handle 5V/3A, 7V/3A, 8V/3A, 9V/2.7A, 12V/2A (24 watts) and are also Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 compatible.. Although non-compliant with USB Type-C specs, it is deemed "Excellent USB-PD charger, versatile, VERY safe. QC part has some bugs. Included 2m USB2.0 C-C cable is mediocre BAD." ref: https://plus.google.com/102612254593...ts/SpiohgXQwkp

    Received my OEM Verizon/Xentris chargers today (XENTVLPD-XX1 / TYPEC27PDQC3TVL) went to town doing some simple testing with various cables. With screen on it charges at about 15-16W with the screen off it ramps up to 24-25W. It's compact and very sturdy.. They seem to work great. Note: They come with the Verizon logo marked off. I bought mine for about $8~ off this eBay listing OEM Verizon 6ft USB-C Quick Charge 3.0 / Fast Home Charger for Google Pixel / XL | eBay same seller has with or without cable in case you don't trust it and use your own.
    Attached Thumbnails OEM Verizon/Xentris USB Type-C Power Delivery Charges up to 24W-20170223_132754_hdr.jpg   OEM Verizon/Xentris USB Type-C Power Delivery Charges up to 24W-20170223_132325_hdr.jpg   OEM Verizon/Xentris USB Type-C Power Delivery Charges up to 24W-20170223_132152_hdr.jpg   OEM Verizon/Xentris USB Type-C Power Delivery Charges up to 24W-20170223_131846_hdr.jpg  
    02-23-2017 04:58 PM

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