60W 12A 6-Port USB Charger

  • (5,523 Customer Reviews)
Price: $19.99



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  • Impressive 60w Power Output: Massive power to charge 6 tablets or phones simultaneously at full speed

  • Super Smart: Every USB port charges faster and more efficient with iSmart technology

  • Worldwide Compatibility: 110V TO 240V input, plus compact size makes it great for travel

  • 100% Safe Charging: Overcharging, overheating and short circuit protection

  • For Optimal Use: Please don't use third-party USB charging cables but only use OEM cables and RAVPower cables (which we have done extensive tests on)



(4.7 Score)
  • Exactly what you want
    (5 Score)
    By Hopps
    on 2018-04-29
    Works perfectly. No issues with thing at all. Mounted on my desk and has no trouble charging multiple items at a great speed.
  • Excellent six port charger
    (5 Score)
    By WilliamDWoodbury
    on 2018-04-29
    This charger allows me to charge up to six devices using just one AC outlet. Very helpful on a cruise ship or at the gate in an airport. Charge time seems to be consistent with the advertising that the charger optimizes the rate for attached devices. I am glad that I made this purchase.
  • Great product!
    (5 Score)
    By Terri
    on 2018-04-28
    Bought this product to reduce the amount of chargers we need to take while traveling. Works like a charm!
  • Works as expected.
    (5 Score)
    By AmazonCustomer
    on 2018-04-28
    Works great at charging multiple items with a single plug. I use to charge all my garmin devices before going out.
  • Five Stars
    (5 Score)
    By elmirabeaver
    on 2018-04-28
    Works great, very handy!
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** Amazon Customer Questions & Answers **
The questions and answers below were created by Amazon customers, who are not affiliated or in any way officially connected with RAVPower. Please follow their advice at your own discretion.
1.am i understanding this correctly that the more devices you charge the less amp u get since if i multiple 2.1a x 6 it will be over 10a? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: No, three of the ports are 2.1 A and three ports are 1 A which totals 10.2 A. I have charged three iPads and three iPhones at the same time and can verify that the charger is able to provide full current at each port. I actually measured it using an ammeter and some modified cables that I built. I was curious also..
2.Nowhere on the page or specs is the input voltage shown. does it support 120 -240 vac for european operation? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I am in the USA so I know it works on the 120 volts. On the back of the Ravpower it lists 6 ports USB wall charger model RP-UC10 then underneath that input: AC 100-240V/1.3A max Output 1: DC 5V/2.4A max Output 2: DC 5V/2.4A max Output 3: DC 5V/2.4A max Output 4: DC 5V/1.0A max Output 5: DC 5V/1.0A max Output 6: DC 5V/1.0A max I hope this helps. My husband does some electrical work but is not licensed. He said he thinks it would work but you would need an adapter to make it fit into 240 volt outlets because their outlets are not shaped like ours. .
3.How long is the AC power cord? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I think 3 ft..
4.it recomends purchasing their 5 pak micro usb cables for the fastest charging time. Does anybody know if these cables really do charge faster? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: I use my own USB cables and it works fabulously. I see no reason why any other USB cable would charge faster..
5.Ismart charging question: In case accidently i plug my iphone to 2.4A ports and ipad to 1.0A ports, will it damage the unit (iphone/ipad) ? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: The device to be charged communicates with the charger over USB, and the charger announces how many amps are available. The device pulls what it needs, up to the limit set by the charger. The voltage stays the same. There is no harm in plugging an iPhone into the 2.4 A port, or an iPad into a 1.0A port. The only difference you will notice is that if you plug an iPad (which wants 2.1 or 2.4 A) into the 1.0 A port, it will charge slowly (about half normal speed). For best results, plug it into the correct port. No USB-compliant device will be harmed. :-) .
6.I received this device and it makes a noise when charging my phone or tablet, is this a sign of a bad unit about to break? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Mine has never made a noise even with 6 things plugged in.
7.What does, "only use oem cables and ravpower cables", mean? am i going to buy that also...can't i use the one that comes with the phone? ugh! Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: It means you need to use the charging cable that originally came with your device when it came from the Original Equipment Manufacturer. You can also use an appropriate charging cable sold by the manufacturer of your device, or you can get the appropriate charging cable from RavPower. If you're using an Apple device, only use a charging cable from Apple or from RavPower. If you're using an Android device, only use the charging cable that originally came with your device or get the appropriate cable from RavPower. The same applies to all other devices and brands such as digital cameras, battery packs, wireless headphones, and more. This is important to ensure your devices charge efficiently and safely. If one of your charging cables or devices begins burning due to an improper cable, you will be putting all other devices and items nearby at risk of damage or failure. .
8.I don't understand all the different ports, is it picky about what you plug in? I just want to charge various RC helicopters and some mobile devices Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: There are varying amps coming out of different ports. Some devices are designed for only low amps while others can handle higher. You would have to check your devices. The ports are all 5 volts, which is common, but amps are 3 with 2.4 and 3 with 1. Again check the devices you want to plug in..
9.Will this charge a kindle? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes, while I no longer use a kindle device I do charge my IPAD, IPhone, digital camera and a battery backup device all simultaneously. This charger has plenty of capacity and I am often using my IPAD while it is charging with no problems whatsoever!.
10.Does this charge a Kindle? Customers are chatting about this View conversation
A: Yes.