A compact USB-C PD and Quick Charge power bank. Fast charges most phones. Also good for Nintendo Switch and small accessories. Includes a USB-C to USB-A cable for Quick Charge phones.
A power station offering USB-C Power Delivery, Quick Charge, and a 90W AC outlet for larger devices. Too large for regular travel, though it could board a U.S. flight without issue.
Known more for their phones and laptops in the USA, Xiaomi also makes popular power banks. In the USA they support the ZMI brand. But retailers like Banggood make Xiaomi branded power banks available worldwide.
A 30W USB-C PD charger with a built-in EU plug. Will fast charge the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode. Good for anyone living in or visiting Europe.
A USB-C and USB-A dual port charger. Ideal for travel or a second home/office charger. It’ll fast charge most USB-C devices from a phone up to a 12-inch laptop.
A large capacity, low output, budget power bank. It’ll charge the Switch while you play, and provide more playtime than smaller 18W models. But is bigger and heavier than necessary. And not well refined.
The USB-C charger included with the Nintendo Switch. Works great for the Switch and its accessories. But has an inflexible design, both physically and supporting non-Nintendo devices.
Apple’s USB-C power adapter included with 2016-2017 13-inch MacBook Pros. Designed with only Apple products in mind. It is a good example of how ignoring USB-C standards makes a charger less useful for other devices.
A power station offering 15W USB-C, Quick Charge, and an 85W AC outlet for larger devices. Capable of running a docked Nintendo Switch for up to 3 hours. As well as charge your smaller devices.
A classic, if bit dated 30W USB-C PD wall charger. Anker’s new GaN using 30W USB-C PD charger is a fraction of the size. But if you must have folding prongs from an Anker charger this one will work just as well.