USB-C MacBook Pro Air Charger, Charger Harbor SAIL01 65W Dual USB-C Power Delivery GaN PPS Wall Charger for iPhone 12 Pro Max, Galaxy S21, iPad Pro, Pixel, Switch
  • Fast Charging Speed: 65W Power Delivery charging speed can charge most compatible devices at max speed and can power up the Macbook Pro 15.4” from 0% to 100% in just under 2 hours
  • Dual USB-C Charging: Simultaneously charge two devices with 45W for your Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, Chromebook, or most other USB-C laptops; you also have 18W available for fast charging an iPhone 12 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S21, Pixel smartphones, and more.
  • Perfect for Traveling: About half the size of a Macbook Pro USB-C charger and the use of a foldable plug, this charger can be taken anywhere without any problems.
  • Powered by GaN Tech: Uses Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology that makes the charger more compact, delivers more charging power, and runs cooler.
  • Wider Compatibility: With the use of USB-C Power Delivery, you’re able to fast charge a wide range of devices such as the Macbook Pro, Dell XPS 13, XPS 15, iPhone 12 Pro Max, Galaxy S21 Ultra, Google Pixel, Nintendo Switch, and many others.

Do I need to fully recharge my power bank before using it?

A power bank is a must if you’re out of the house a lot, and that may not be the case for most people anymore as a good number of people have been working from home ever since COVID-19 came along. However, owning a power bank can be the difference from having a good or bad day for those away from home and heavily use their portable devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

With so many different power bank brands, different ports that use other charging technologies, and all wide-range of power capacities available with power banks, one of the most asked questions is whether you should recharge your new power bank before using it. That question depends on how charged up the potable charger already is right out of the box.

Most power banks are already charged up either halfway to full power or close to full power, and you don’t have to recharge it. Most of the time, you can immediately start using your power bank. However, if your power bank is low on power when you open it up, then yes, it’s best to recharge it. There are no adverse effects if you choose not to recharge your power bank to full power; it’s just that you’ll have less power to use.

One of the main reasons why power bank brands tell you to recharge your power back to full power is that they want you to experience the total capacity of the portable charger. This way, consumers are satisfied with the power capacity.

So to conclude, you don’t have to recharge your power bank before using it, but it’s a good idea if you want to make full use of the power bank’s power capacity.