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Short version: Can I use my laptop charger (or fast charging phone charger) to charge my Caliburn G?

Long version: My Caliburn died a couple days ago and I picked up the new Uwell Caliburn G, which has a Type C connector rather than micro USB. The cord that comes in the box is like 3 inches long. Usually when I pick up a new vape this isn’t a problem since I’ve got 1000 micro USB cords laying around the house.

Anyways; I’ve got a MacBook type C charger, and 2 Lenovo type C chargers for various computers. Can I use those? Will the Caliburn regulate the amount of power it draws? Or is it going to get fried pulling the full power?

I also have a USB-C “fast charging” iPhone brick that is 18watts, is that still too much?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Edit: I also just realized that I have no idea if watts is the right number to be looking at? Should I be concerned about amps instead? Or volts?

Short version: Can I use my laptop charger (or fast charging phone charger) to charge my Caliburn G?Long version: My Caliburn died a couple days ago and I picked up the new Uwell Caliburn G, which has a Type C connector rather than micro USB. The cord that comes in the box is like 3 inches long. Usually when I pick up a new vape this isn’t a problem since I’ve got 1000 micro USB cords laying around the house.Anyways; I’ve got a MacBook type C charger, and 2 Lenovo type C chargers for various computers. Can I use those? Will the Caliburn regulate the amount of power it draws? Or is it going to get fried pulling the full power?I also have a USB-C “fast charging” iPhone brick that is 18watts, is that still too much?Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!Edit: I also just realized that I have no idea if watts is the right number to be looking at? Should I be concerned about amps instead? Or volts?

Submitted December 27, 2020 at 05:16PM by spack12
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