Voltme Revo Series Power Delivery GAN Charger Review – 100W, 65W & 30W models

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Voltme Revo Series Review

Summary

I am happy to recommend all the Voltme products. They are all well-made and perform accurately to their specification. Pricing is the main selling point, all the plugs offer competitive pricing on Amazon and easily undercut most of the well-known brands.

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Voltme is a brand new brand specialising in charging technology to pop up on Amazon UK. They are a bit more well-established over in the US, with the products being on Amazon.com for around half a year.

They were recently kind enough to send me a selection of their chargers and a cable to review.

This includes the Revo 100W, which costs less than the 65W Anker 735 GaNPrime Charger and the tiny little 30W charger, perfect for travelling.

Port Configuration

Voltme Revo 100W

  • Single Port Output:  100W
  • Dual Port Output:
    • C1 @ 65W & C2 @ 30W
    • C1 @ 65W & A @ 30W
    • C2 @ 24W & A @ 24W
  • Three Port Output
    • C1 @ 65W & C2 @ 12W & A @ 12W

Voltme Revo 65W

  • Single Port Output:  65W for USB-C or 36W for USB-A
  • Dual Port Output:
    • C1 @ 45W & C2 @ 18W
    • C1 @ 45W & A @ 18W
    • C2 @ 20W & A @ 20W
  • Three Port Output
    • C1 @ 45W & C2 + A @ 15W

Voltme Revo 30W

  • Single Port Output:  30W
  • Dual Port Output : 15W each

Voltme USB-C Cable

There is not much to say about the cable, but it was worth mentioning as it is a more attractive cable than most other USB-C cables and you have a selection of 5 colours. Ironically, this cable is only rated for 60W, so it shouldn’t be able to pull the full 100W that the Revo 100W can achieve.

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In-Use

I don’t have any normal devices that can pull 100W, but the EcoFlow RIVER 2 does accept USB-C input for charging, and this can go up to 100W. The Voltme Revo 100W does appear capable of providing that much power.

Most of my laptops require 65W, and this includes the Matebook 13 and the Honor MagicBook 15. Both of these happily draw 65W from both the 65W and 100W plugs.

Price and Alternative Options

The pricing of the Voltme products is approximately:

  • Voltme Revo 100W: £70 – 22% off voucher available taking it down to £54.60
  • Voltme Revo 65W: £35
  • Voltme Revo 30W: £21
  • Voltme USB-C Cable: £13 (22% off voucher available)

Pricing is competitive when looking at other options on Amazon.

The Ugreeen Nexode 100W is £60 but has a 4 port configuration, and the 65W Anker 735 is £55. Anker doesn’t have a 100W charger, but the 120W 737 GanPrime charger is £90.

Anker, Spigen and Syncwire all have ultra-small 30W chargers. These are all single-port models, though. The Spigen 30W is probably the best alternative at just under £20 and supports power delivery.

Overall

I am happy to recommend all the Voltme products. They are all well-made and perform accurately to their specification. Pricing is the main selling point, all the plugs offer competitive pricing on Amazon and easily undercut most of the well-known brands.

Last update on 2023-01-30 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

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