More and more of our devices are starting to adopt USB-C, from our phones to our laptops, so it makes total sense to consolidate our charging gear so we don't have to carry multiple bricks and cables around each day. iClever's 61W GaN USB-C PD wall charger can be used to juice up all manner of devices and, right now, you can snag it at over $10 off at Amazon. All you have to do is enter code 35OFFICLEVER during checkout to save. At $22.74, this is one of its best prices to date, though the code will expire soon.
This wall charger is equipped with just a single USB-C port featuring a 61W output so it can be used with a variety of device types including larger tech gear like laptops or the Nintendo Switch. Even though it packs the same sort of power as a 13-inch MacBook Pro charger, it has a much smaller form factor making it perfect for travelling with. It also has a folding plug. Unlike previous wall chargers, this one is powered by gallium nitride which generates less heat and allows iClever to make it much more compact. While it hasn't been on the market for long, the early reviews have been stellar.
With so many devices going all-in on USB-C, you can future-proof yourself with this high-performance wall plug and reduce travel clutter at the same time. If one port is not enough for you, you could grab something like this 2-port charger from Anker. It's worth noting that neither option includes a USB-C cable so you'll need to use your own or add one to your order. If you're going all-in on USB-C, you probably want to check out our list of the best USB-C battery packs so you have some portable power too.
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