Qualcomm 2.0 Charger by Blitzwolf Review


If you’re looking for a fast, cheap, compact, and reliable charger, the Blitzwolf Qualcomm 2.0 has got you covered.


This charger has a sleek plastic body that looks and feels very similar to the Apple iPad charger. It has two USB ports producing a total output of 30W. The top port is your standard 2.4A port, but the bottom port is special. It is a Qualcomm 2.0 port. For those of you who don’t know what Qualcomm technology does, look at the diagram below.



Please note that you can only take advantage of the Qualcomm 2.0 port if your device has the Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 chip inside. If you’re unsure if your device has the chip, click here for a list of devices with it. If your device does not have the Qualcomm chip, there’re no worries because you can still use the Qualcomm port as a standard USB charging port.


Another feature I love about this charger is the folding prongs. They make this charger even easier to travel with. By now, you’re probably thinking what else this charger could possibly have? In fact, it has a circuit protector which shuts off the power in the event of overvoltage, overcurrent, overheating or short circuits. In other words, your device is protected when being charged through the Blitzwolf charger.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, you definitely get a bang for your buck with this charger. It’s super durable, really compact, and is very reliable. I honestly don’t think you can wrong with this charger. One last thing I forgot to mention above is that it comes with an 18-month warranty from Blitzwolf. This charger is normally $12.99 on Amazon, but Blitzwolf gave me this coupon code 5UGT39HH which will take $4.00 off at checkout if you select the black color.

After the code is applied, you can purchase this charger for $8.99 from Amazon



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