Best Selling Chargers June 2020

Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD in trickle charge mode

These are the best selling USB-C chargers for June 2020. Based on Amazon’s best sellers lists.

Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD, one of June 2020 best selling power banks

Anker PowerCore Essential 20000 PD, one of June 2020 best selling power banks

When buying electronics product reputation is important. We all want to get the performance we expect. And to keep our expensive devices safe from harm. To that end I keep track of the best selling USB-C chargers on Amazon. These tend to be well reviewed and liked products. Which work for most people and their devices. It also shows us what kind of USB-C chargers others are using. And identifies hot, new products available.


Power Banks

Top 5 best selling USB-C power banks on Amazon for June 2020.

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RAVPower PD Pioneer 15000 30W

  • Output: 18W USB-C PD, Quick Charge 3.0
  • Capacity: 15,000mAh

A compromise between more pocket friendly, but less capacity 10,000mAh power banks and better capacity, but quite big 20,000mAh power banks. This 15,000mAh model has a similar form to the 20,000mAh, but smaller dimensions and significantly less weight. Best when a 10,000mAh isn’t quite enough. Saves you from going all in on cost of a larger model.

Requires a separate USB-C cable


Anker PowerPort Essential 20000 PD

  • Output: 18W USB-C PD, PowerIQ 2.0 (Quick Charge 3.0 compatible)
  • Capacity: 20,000mAh
  • Includes USB-C to USB-C cable

Anker's more budget friendly, high capacity USB-C PD portable charger. It only offers up to 18W output. Allowing for fast charging of iPhone and many Android models. As well as tablets and the Nintendo Switch. But not enough to support small laptops, like most other larger Anker power banks. In return for the lower output it is at least $10 less than Anker's other, similar capacity models. And still includes a USB-C cable.


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mophie powerstation Mini

  • Output: 15W USB-C
  • Capacity: 5,000mAh

mophie is known for more stylish power banks, though not usually the best value. This new model has a big introductory discount, helping it start high on the best sellers list. Unlike other 5,000mAh models which are more rectangular this one is phone shaped and thin. Making it easier to hold behind your phone while charging.

Requires a separate USB-C cable


Anker PowerCore Slim 10000 PD

  • Output: 18W USB-C PD
  • Capacity: 10,000mAh
  • Includes a USB-C to USB-C cable

A slim version of the PowerCore 10000 PD. It offers the same USB-C and USB-A ports, included USB-C cable, travel pouch. With 18W output it can fast charge iPhones, Google Pixel, and pre-2018 iPad Pros. It'll also charge a handheld Nintendo Switch as fast as possible. Unlike its thicker predecessor it has limited total output with both ports in use. To keep fast charging you can’t connect to the USB-A port at the same time. It also weighs a bit more to get its slim design.


RAVPower PD Pioneer 20000 18W

  • Output: 18W USB-C PD, Quick Charge 3.0
  • Capacity: 20,000mAh

A budget friendly, high capacity portable charger for phones and small devices. The 18W output (USB PD or Quick Charge) can fast charge iPhones, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel, LG, and Motorola phones. As well as pre-2018 iPad Pros and the Nintendo Switch. It is one of the cheaper 20,000mAh USB-C PD power banks. And features a digital, numbered fuel gauge. On the downside it is bigger and heavier than more expensive options.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

Review of the RAVPower PD Pioneer 20000 18W


The most popular power banks are not always the best fit for you and your devices. If you don’t see any you like check out the full list of USB-C power banks here.


Wall Chargers

Top 5 best selling USB-C wall chargers on Amazon for June 2020.

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Quntis PD Charger & Cable

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD
  • Includes USB-C to Lightning cable
  • USB-IF certified, Apple MFi certified

Made for iPhone users. The 18W USB-C PD charger supports fast charging on newer iPhones, including the latest iPhone 11 and iPhone SE. It includes a USB-C to Lightning cable. The charger is USB-IF certified (under model number TC-061PD). The USB-C to Lightning cable is Apple MFi certified.

Review of the Quntis PD Charger & Cable


CHOETECH 18W USB C PD

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD

A low cost, regular on sale 18W USB-C PD wall charger. A bit larger than some other options and no folding prongs. But it has been on the market for a long time with lots of positive reviews. Best used as a second charger for home or office.

Requires a separate USB-C cable


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Anker PowerPort III Nano

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD, PowerIQ 3.0

About the size of an iPhone’s 5W USB power adapter. But with most than three times the output. It’ll fast charge newer iPhones and most Androids for the same space and weight. Easy to see its appeal as a replacement or dedicated travel charger for modern smartphone owners. Its only downside is non-folding prongs.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

Review of the Anker PowerPort III Nano


Anker PowerPort PD 2

  • Ports: USB-C, USB-A
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD
  • USB-IF Certified

The PowerPort PD 2 offers 18W USB-C PD and regular 12W on the USB-A port. The USB-C port will fast charge newer iPhones and Google Pixels. As well as pre-2018 iPad Pros and the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode.
Among Anker’s dual C + A port chargers this is the low end model. It offers the least amount of total output. And costs a few dollars less.

Requires a separate USB-C cable


AUKEY PA-Y18 Minima 18W PD

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD

This is a favorite for traveling with a newer iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, or Google Pixel. Also for charging a Nintendo Switch in handheld mode. Beofre GaN tech is was among the smallest USB PD chargers available. Even among newer GaN models it competes, thanks to its folding prong design. Available in black or white.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

Review of the AUKEY PA-Y18 Minima 18W PD


The most popular chargers are not always the best fit for you and your devices. If you don’t see any you like check out the full list of USB-C wall chargers here.