Aursen® 2nd Gen Replacement 60W Magsafe 2 Portable Charger / Power Adapter / Supply for Apple MacBook Pro with 13-inch Retina display – Bargain
- Input 100-240v, Power 60W
- Compatibility: MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display from late 2012 onwards
- Premium quality Macbook charger on budget – Save more than 50%
- Our products have acquired the CE Certification, besides we offer full 2 years warranty with replacement coverage
- Package contents: 60W Magsafe 2 power adapter and UK plug
Quality Product on Budget – Save more than 50%
We offer you a premium product on budget without compromising on quality.
2 Year Replacement Warranty
Premium Quality doesn’t have to cost you Premium Price. We test our power adapters so that they are Durable and Reliable. We have Full 2 Year Warranty. If something happens, please contact us, we will replace your charger or refund money back to you. No hassle. Buy with confidence.
Simple Charger Selection Guide
MagSafe or MagSafe 2? L-Style or T-Style? How about 45W, 60W or 85W? Which charger to choose? Will it ever work with your Macbook laptop?
We did the homework so you don’t have to, please refer to the product images above.
which charger is right for your device
85W MagSafe 2 ADAPTER – MacBook Pro 15″ & 17″ Retina Display from late 2012 onwards
60W MagSafe 2 ADAPTER – MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display from late 2012 onwards
45W MagSafe 2 ADAPTER – MacBook Air 11″ and 13″ from late 2012 onwards
You could get a 85W charger for a MacBook Air. Though it won’t charge your device any faster compared to a 45W charger, it won’t harm it either, and you can always use this higher capacity charger for your next device should you decide to upgrade to say a MBPro 15″. The price between the 85W and the 45W is only ?4, so it’s probably worthwhile going for the 85W.
HOWEVER, what Apple does not recommend is using a lower capacity charger (say a 45W charger) on a device that requires a higher capacity charger (all MBPro models). This will not only charge the device slower (it may not even charge it at all), it can also cause the device to overheat and can be a fire hazard.
In this light, it makes sense just to go with the 85W charger regardless of what device you have.