Can I Use a 60W Charger Instead of a 65W Charger?

It is possible to use a 60W charger instead of a 65W charger, but it is not recommended. The wattage of a charger is an indication of the maximum amount of power it can provide to a device. If a device requires more power than the charger can provide, it will not be able to charge the device properly. Additionally, using a charger with a lower wattage than what is recommended can cause the device to charge more slowly, or not charge at all. Therefore, it is best to use the charger with the wattage that is recommended for the device.

 58.5W PD charger specification data
Function QC3.0, PD, PD 3.0
   Mobile Phone, LAPTOP, Universal , MP3 / MP4 Player, Tablet,for iphone,pad,samsung phone,tablet and other usb device
Material  PC Fireproof Material, ABSProtection
Short Circuit Protection ovp, OTP, OLP, ocp, Low Tension, Over-charging, Over current, Over Voltage
Input voltage and current  100V-240V 50/60HZ
output voltage and current 5V/3A, 18V1A, 15V/1.25A, 12V/1.5A
Output Power 58.5W  Dual USB Port Car Fast Charger
USB-C/Type-C Output  5V/3A;9V2A;12V1.5A;15V/4A;18V/3A (58.5W ) 
Colors Black,White
Supply Ability 100000 Piece/Pieces per Month  58.5W PD charger
Package Type:   58.5W PD charger with color box, white box, or others by client requirement

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