Power Up to 75W Charging Speeds While Driving with GearMo’s 75W USB C Power Delivery (PD) Car Charger
The 75W USB C Power Delivery (PD) Car Charger by US based GearMo is one of the few car chargers out there that supports both USB Power Delivery 2.0 and Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 technologies.
The dual USB output ports on the GearMo 75W USB C Power Delivery (PD) Car Charger combined to provide a total 75W power output. The USB Type-C port is advertised on the box to deliver 60W based fast charging using USB Power Delivery. The other USB Type-A port supports Qualcomm Quick Charge to output up to 15W.
The back of the box clearly states the power profiles supported on each USB output port. For some reason, the Qualcomm Quick Charge based USB Type-A port is advertised here to output up to 19.5W (6.5 volts @ 3 amps) instead of 15W stated on the GearMo car charger website. The listed power profiles of 3.6-6.5 volts @ 3 amps, 6.5-9 volts @ 2 amps, and 9-12 volts @ 1.5 amps don’t actually match the ones shown in the website either.
Fortunately, the power profiles of the USB Power Delivery enabled USB Type-C port is not as confusing with 5 volts @ 3 amps, 9 volts @ 3 amps, 12 volts @ 3 amps, 15 volts @ 3 amps, and 20 volts @ 3 amps.
The GearMo 75W USB C Power Delivery (PD) Car Charger doesn’t come with a USB Type-C or Type-A cable which would have been very useful. This means you'll need to carry along your own cable to plug in to the charger.
The car charger is small enough to fit into a 12-24V cigarette/DC charge port in your car for charging.
Other than its packaging, the charger also has the same power profiles listed on its back.
GearMo has claimed support for charging both USB Type-C and A devices including laptop PC’s, tablets, phones, and even the Nintendo Switch. Note for devices that have USB Type-C but don't support USB Power Delivery or Qualcomm Quick Charge for faster charging such as the Huawei P9 phone, you should just expect longer charging times associated with legacy USB interfaces.