USB-C chargers

USB-C Chargers

Premium chargers that pack a powerful punch for Apple, Samsung, and other USB-C devices. Choose fast, safe charging solutions with travel-ready options for when you’re on-the-go. USB-IF certified. 2-year warranty, free shipping on orders $50+, and 24/7 customer support.

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200W 4-Port USB-C GaN Charger
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USB-C® Core GaN Power Adapter 100W
3 Port USB-C® Wall Charger with PPS 67W
30W USB-C PD GaN Wall Charger
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USB-C® Wall Charger with PPS 60W
Dual Wall Charger with PPS 37W
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USB-C® Wall Charger 20W
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Dual USB-C PD GaN Wall Charger 68W
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Innovative Design

Thoughtfully crafted aesthetics.

Our commitment to groundbreaking design involves an extensive 18-month process, incorporating thorough consumer research, development, and meticulous planning before a product reaches the production stage.


Unmatched performance.

We take pride in being at the forefront of USB-C technology since 2015. As a trailblazing brand, we've introduced cutting-edge technologies like Qi2, MagSafe, GaN, USB-C PD, PPS, DockKit, and USB 4 – setting the standard for innovation in the industry.

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Safe by design.

Your safety is our top priority, and we ensure it through more than 239 rigorous tests. From thermal control to overcharge protection and more, we go the extra mile to safeguard your devices and provide unmatched reliability.

USB-C Chargers FAQ

USB-C charger is a type of charger that uses the USB-C connector. It's a universal standard for charging and data transfer, known for its small size, reversible plug orientation, and versatility. 

USB-C itself doesn't inherently charge faster, but it allows for faster charging because it supports higher power delivery compared to older USB standards like USB-A. However, whether it charges faster depends on the specific charger and device you're using. 

USB-C charging refers to the process of using a USB-C cable and charger to provide power to electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more. It's a versatile and widely adopted standard for charging various devices. 

Yes, the MacBook Air M2 supports USB-C charging. You can charge it using a compatible USB-C charger and cable.

You can buy USB-C chargers from various places, including electronics stores, online retailers like Amazon, or directly from the manufacturer's website. 

Yes, most MacBook Pro models support USB-C charging. You can charge them using a compatible USB-C charger and cable. 

Yes, newer MacBook models, including MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, utilize USB-C for charging. You can charge them using a compatible USB-C charger and cable. 

It depends on your laptop model. Many modern laptops, including some MacBooks, Chromebooks, and Windows laptops, support charging via USB-C. Check your laptop's specifications to confirm compatibility. 

A USB-C charger typically has a small, rectangular body with a USB-C port for connecting the cable. The shape and size may vary depending on the manufacturer and power output capacity. 

Yes, some Surface Pro models feature USB-C ports that support charging. You can charge them using a compatible USB-C charger and cable. 

Generally, USB-C can charge faster than USB-A because it supports higher power delivery. However, the actual charging speed depends on factors like the charger's wattage, the device's compatibility, and other variables. 

To clean a USB-C charging port, gently remove any debris using a soft brush or compressed air. Avoid using sharp objects that could damage the port. If necessary, you can also use a small amount of isopropyl alcohol on a cotton swab to clean stubborn dirt or grime. 

USB-C typically supports faster charging than Lightning due to its higher power delivery capabilities. However, charging speed can also depend on the specific charger, cable, and device being used.