With the Hama 27W PD AC Charger, you can use the charger's USB Type-C port to supply up to 27 watts which is more than enough for most mobile phones and tablets sold today. The Hama 27W PD AC Charger can be used to rapidly charge your latest Apple iPhone like the Apple iPhone XS Max or Android phones such as the Huawei Mate20 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10 Series using USB Power Delivery 2.0 technology. By supporting 27 watts, the Hama charger has enough juice to quickly charge even tablets and smaller notebook computers like Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro (2018) and MacBook (Early 2016).
Here's a closer view of the Hama 27W PD AC Charger which we purchased from a MediaMarkt retail store in Germany recently. Unfortunately there's no sign of any USB-IF logo to indicate the charger has been USB certified on its packaging.
The Hama 27W PD AC Charger states that it supports two USB Power Delivery profiles for charging- 15 watts (5 volts @ 3 amps) and 27 watts (9 volts @ 3 amps) over its single USB Type-C output port.
You won't get a separate cable accessory with the Hama 27W PD AC Charger apart from user documentation.
Just in case you need a AC charger for your Qualcomm Quick Charge enabled phones, you can consider the Hama 18W PD2 QC3 USB-C Charger which offers both QC and PD charging over Type-C up to 18 watts.