Google Charging Rapidly 18W 3A Type-C Charger for Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL (18W 3A Charger + 3 Foot Type-C, C-C Cable)


● INCLUDED IN THIS SALE: You will find the Original Google (same that comes with all the Pixel phones) 18W 3.0 Amp charging Rapidly Charging Head with a detachable C-C 1 Meter (3 Foot) USB data-transfer/Charging Cable in e-Commerce packaging.
● HOW LONG WILL THIS TAKE TO CHARGE MY PHONE: Well according to Google (and has been verified on many forums) the Pixel 2 XL will take 1 hour to reach 70% and one additional hour and 10 minutes to reach the full mark which is extraordinary.
● TELL ME SOME DEVICES THAT SUPPORT TYPE-C: Well the most Notorious New Apple MacBook 12 inch, Google Chromebook Pixel, Nokia N1 tablet, OnePlus 2, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Microsoft 950/950s, YiJia Mobile, Moto Z, LeTV mobile, XiaoMi 4C, Huawei, and many many more the numbers are growing everyday.
● THE CHARGER OF THE FUTURE: This newly released Type-C charger is compatible with any Type-C enabled device (Disclaimer this charger won’t charge rapidly if the device does not support the charging rapidly Feacher) and the numbers are growing every day as Technology evolves many devices and brands are moving to Type-C
● NOW HOW RAPIDLY IS RAPID: Charge in a flash This adapter delivers a fast charge to your Pixel to keep you going strong as well it is Portable power This lightweight 2.1 OZ compact design makes it easy to pack away and take with you on the go and you cant beat juicing Up to 7 hours of battery life in 15 minutes


18W 3A Charger + 3 Foot Type-C, C-C Cable

Google made a big deal of the fast charging times for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and my testing shows they were right to be proud of it. I recently tested 5 different ways to charge the iPhone 8 Plus and thought it only made sense to put the Pixel 2 up against those numbers to see how it stacks up to its competition. Without further ado, here’s the numbers: The Pixel charges incredibly fast, and eclipses all charging methods I tried with the iPhone 8 Plus. The Pixel is faster off the line, going from zero to 18% in 10 minutes and then getting to 31% in 20 minutes. The iPhone 8 Plus got to 15% and 29% at those same times. In the same ballpark, but the Pixel definitely wins The iPhone mysteriously picked up the pace after that and over took the Pixel from the 30 to 70 minute marks, but the Pixel pulled back into the lead and finished charging to 100% in about 100 minutes, a full 20 minutes before the iPhone 8 Plus completed its charge Now the iPhone really takes its foot off the gas when it gets to about 90% charge, which is actually good for battery health in the long run. It’s good that these batteries don’t charge at full speed up to 100% because it would be unsafe and we don’t want any more Note 7 incidents The real battle is who can get to 80 or 90 fastest, and in those cases, the phones are basically the same. I don’t even feel like I can declare a winner because they’re totally neck and neck the entire way. Yeah, the Pixel is a little faster off the line, but it’s 20% faster in the first 10 minutes. But looking at the first 50 minutes shows the iPhone 11% faster. And considering both phones hit 90% in exactly the same amount of time, I will call this one a wash. The most important thing to notice here is that I’ve been talking about the iPhone attached to the 29W charging brick that does not come in the box with the iPhone. If you’re using the included charging brick, the Pixel is 157% faster in the first 10 minutes, and it maintains a healthy lead.

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18W 3A Charger + 3 Foot Type-C, C-C Cable, 18W 3A Charging Cube


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