Innergie 60C USB-C Adapter (60W USB-C)

The Innergie PowerGear 60C USB-C Laptop Adapter is a 60W USB-C adapter that can be used to charge any USB-C device. It can deliver up to 60W which is quite a bit of power, and it will charge most USB-C laptops, like the Dell XPS 13 line like I have, or the new Macbooks. Innergie is a newer brand but their parent company Delta Power has been in the industry from the begging. They currently make power supplies for Big OEM’s like Apple and others.

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YouTube Version of this Review:

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This thing is small, actually the world’s smallest USB-C laptop charger on the market. You can see my comparisons below to an 18650 battery and a 12 ounce can of coke.

I also compared it to my 30W USB-C PD Anker charger and it’s less then ½ the size.

There are 2 versions of this charger, a US version that I have here, and International Version. The international version comes with 3 plug adapters that make it slightly larger.

Construction is good, it’s white gloss plastic and feels solid, and well built. On the US version the plug folds down in to the body. On one end is all the are the technical details. They are:

AC input is 110-220v 1.6A at 50-60hz.

DC outputs vary, all of the following are in USB PD mode.

5V – 3A    9V – 3A 12V – 3A  15V – 3A and 20V 3A.

Charging speed is largely dependent on your device. I will explain that more here in a bit.

It comes with a cable that is almost a gray. I would prefer it match the body better but it works well. It does have a fairly large choke on it which does increase the size. While the wire was just short of 5 feet in length which is better than most phones, if you are charging a laptop this is pretty comparable. My Dell charger is 6 ft long.

The box it comes in is a white retail box. The front has a window that shows the charger, On the sides you get the technical details. My only comment is that I think it would be more credible if on the on side they removed the chinese characters from the outside of the box.

So how does it work?

I used it to charge my Dell XPS 13 model 9350. The Dell is capable of charging via USB-C with the correct charger and this Innergie PowerGear does it. In my testing it’s at 19v, so a total of 60W, This means it’s a bit faster to charge then the normal AC adapter which is only 45W. This is nice to charger faster then the Dell charger.

I also used the Inergie PowerGear 60C to charge my Anker Powerbank here, From empty it charged the powerbank up in just over 3 hours. Using my Killowatt meter it was charging at a measured 30 wall watts, where as the anker was at 31W I believe.

Lastly I charged my Samsung Note 8 for a few days on this charger and it worked great with fast charge.

Overall this is a good charger. It’s the most powerful USB-C charger I have and is also the smallest. This is just as good as my anker charger but is more powerful and smaller. For me this is perfect to pair with my laptop when traveling because I can use it to charge my laptop, powrebank, or phone, just not at the same time. USB-C is confusing but so far this charger works with everything I throw at it which is great. Innergie’s parent company Delta Power is a large well established brand, and has many years of making dependable, safe charges and power supplies. Right now this is my favorite USB-C high wattage charger.

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