Best Selling USB-C Chargers November 2019

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD box and contents

These are the best selling USB-C chargers for November 2019. Based on Amazon’s best sellers lists. This month’s list was heavily influenced by Black Friday deals. Almost everything had a significant discount over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD, best selling USB-C portable charger and winner of Black Friday

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD, best selling USB-C portable charger and winner of Black Friday

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.

Occasionally a good deal will bump a product into the top five. But was almost always in the top ten before that. Anker, AUKEY, and RAVPower can also see new products hitting the top sellers list. Thanks to their brand reputation and marketing. And especially if given a special, introductory price. But less known brands have to earn consumer respect to make this.


USB-C Power Banks

Top 5 best selling USB-C power banks on Amazon for November 2019.

Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD

  • Output: 30W USB-C PD
  • Capacity: 28,600mAh
  • Includes a USB-C to USB-C cable and a 30W USB-C wall charger

Anker’s largest USB-C PD power bank. At 28,600mAh it provides a lot of capacity. While still meeting FAA regulations, meaning it can board U.S. flights. Fast charge an iPhone, Google Pixel, and Nintendo Switch. Most other Android phones can charge at their normal rate. Also works well for the new MacBook Air and 12-inch laptops with USB-C. Includes an Anker PowerPort Speed PD 30. The wall charger can charge the same devices, as well as recharge the power bank.

Review of the Anker PowerCore+ 26800 PD

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AUKEY PB-Y14 20000 USB-C

  • Output: 15W USB-C
  • Capacity: 20,000mAh

A power bank that is more about value than performance. It doesn't offer USB Power Delivery or Quick Charge, so it won't fast charge any devices. But it can charge any smartphone and small tablet at their normal rate. It'll also charge the Nintendo Switch while you play. Not good for laptops. But while its performance is average its cost is also low. You’ll have a hard time finding another USB-C/20,000mAh power bank at this price. And none from the major brands.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

Review of the AUKEY PB-Y14 20000 USB-C

AUKEY PB-XN10 10000 USB-C

  • Output: 15W USB-C
  • Capacity: 10,000mAh

A budget friendly power bank. A slim design like other phone sized 10,000mAh power banks. And offers both a USB-C and USB-A port for charging new and old devices. But it doesn't support any fast charging tech. It'll still charge any phone or tablet at a reasonable rate. And will keep up with a Nintendo Switch while you play. But not useful for laptops. Best if you're more interesting in saving money than charge time.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

RAVPower PD Pioneer 20000 18W 3-Port

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

A fairly new model which has done well for itself. Its 18W output 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. But it is also a bit bigger and heavier than some more expensive models.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

Review of the RAVPower PD Pioneer 20000 18W 3-Port

Omars SlimPack 10000 USB-C

  • Output: 15W USB-C
  • Capacity: 10,000mAh

A smaller, regular USB-C power bank. It doesn't feature Power Delivery or Quick Charge, so no fast charging your phone. It will provide normal charging rates. And charge the Nintendo Switch while you play. It is about the size of your phone and has a slim design. You can hold it behind your phone while you use both.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

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.


USB-C Wall Chargers

Top 5 best selling USB-C wall chargers on Amazon for November 2019.

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Anker PowerPort+ Atom III

  • Ports: USB-C, USB-A
  • Output: 45W USB-C PD/PowerIQ 3.0, PowerIQ 2.0
  • GaN tech

The PowerPort+ Atom III offers a 45W USB-C PD port. It uses Anker’s new PowerIQ 3.0 tech, which makes it compatible with Quick Charge over USB-C. The USB-A port supports PowerIQ 2.0, making it also compatible with Quick Charge and Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging.

Among Anker’s dual C + A port chargers this has the highest total output. It can fast charge two Samsung or Quick Charge enabled Android phones together. Or fast charge a Nintendo Switch. Or power most 12 to 14-inch laptops.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

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

RAVPower 61W PD 3.0 GaN

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 60W USB-C PD
  • GaN tech

One of the smallest laptop chargers on the market. With 60W output it can support most 12 to 14-inch laptops under any condition. And most 15-inch laptops with USB-C under most conditions. All in a form factor that could fit in your pocket.

Requires a separate USB-C cable

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

Quntis USB-C to Lightning Cable with 18W PD Charger

  • Ports: USB-C
  • Output: 18W USB-C PD
  • Includes USB-C to Lightning cable
  • USB-IF Certified

This less common brand charger is targeting iPhone users. As it includes a USB-C to Lightning cable. And the charger’s output is best suited for newer iPhones. As well as Android phones which support USB Power Delivery. While the brand name is unknown to many it is sporting well known certifications. The charger is USB-IF certified (under model number TC-061PD). And the USB-C to Lightning cable is Apple MFi certified.

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.