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Apple 85W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter (for MacBook Pro with Retina display)

$79.00 $51.99

$79.00 $51.99

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  • The Apple 85W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter is made specifically for your MacBook Pro with Retina display.
  • It’s held in place magnetically, so if someone should trip over it, the cord disconnects harmlessly and your notebook stays put safely.
  • Use an extra adapter for home or work.

Specification: Apple 85W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter (for MacBook Pro with Retina display)

Product Dimensions 6 x 3.2 x 1.1 inches, 1.1 Pounds
Item Weight 1.1 pounds
Manufacturer Apple Computer
Item model number MD506LL/A
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available November 1, 2018

10 reviews for Apple 85W MagSafe 2 Power Adapter (for MacBook Pro with Retina display)

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  1. Denny P.

    Once again, the small cable frayed where it connects to the adapter.

    I leave SEVERAL older power adapters, coupled with the magsafe to magsafe 2 converter, placed throughout my home to at least save my traveling adapter from unpacking and repacking. But still, as a full-time travel, I will get 6 months out of this adapter.

    I don’t get the difficulty in fixing the design. Apple touts their design when discussing how the connector won’t bend or break when being yanked from the computer. So why not create the same type of breakaway-design when on the other end of the cord that connects to the adapter. Too much to engineering? (Too much loss in revenue?). Ok, how about creating a modular connection similar to the thicker cable that gets connect to the power outlet? That way, once the small connector frays near the power adapter (and it will), maybe the fleeced Apple customer could simply buy a new cord which connects from adapter to computer?

    Seriously, after years of getting slammed on your adapters, it’s apparent that this is built into your revenue projections.

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  2. Alyssa Palma

    Originally I was dreading having to buy a new OEM charger because my original (2015) still worked great I just managed to misplace it during a move.. When looking at the cheaper options I was hesitant after reading reviews of electrical arcs and burning happening. For me, saving $60 on a knock-off was not worth it for a $3000 computer.. I will say, a lot of the reviews on this product mention it being a knock-off and I have to say that just isn’t true (at least for the one I received). This product is the exact same thing that you can buy in the Apple store and it is working great so far with no issues.

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  3. James S Bikay

    There is no way this product is genuine. It is nearly impossible to adjust such that it connects to properly charge your computer, and when it does connect, the magnetic connector quickly heats up to extreme temperatures. Please save yourself the trouble and buy a genuine adapter from Apple, which this one is most certainly not.

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  4. Kashyap

    Buying my fourth one in just over 3 years. These need to be patched with moldable rubber or electric tape after six months, and then last another 4-6 months after that, max. Faulty product that Mac knows is faulty, yet they don’t fix it, and keep charging an exorbitant price for a terribly made product.

    Love the computer. Still going strong with it. But I had no idea I needed to add an extra $300 and counting to the price of the computer due to the constant need to replace these power adapters. Very disappointing.

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  5. Dr. Roman

    Only used it for 3-4 months mainly in bed. Already the cord broke. How many apple chargers have I bought in the past years? Anyone buying a macbook should add the cost of two of these chargers to the real cost.

    Also, the weak magnet prevents a sustainable connection. If you fall asleep with this at your side, the laptop will be dead in the morning because the charger won’t stay in. Shifting your body alone results in this!

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  6. JHacks

    This product is defective and I have heard NOTHING from the seller. It heats up to almost burning temperatures. I have been ripped off. BEWARE THIS SELLER

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  7. F. Hamilton

    As the great Robert Heinlein was fond of saying, TANSTAAFL (there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch). I didn’t want to pay $80 for an Apple adapter, so I was delighted to find these fine people selling “genuine” Apple adapters for $60. I sorta wondered how they could manage to do that (Apple tightly controls the market price of their products), but I wanted to believe.

    The adapter arrived working and it looked very much like a real OEM Apple adapter. All the fine print, certifications, etc. looked like my original adapter.

    But after 10 months of use, it died. On a hunch, I opened it up. It was a cheap knockoff. It was easy to tell. What I saw was basically the same as what this tear down found: […]

    Note how “official” the fake on that web page looks. Well that’s what you’re getting here. I’ve attached a photo of what I found. Note the low component density and terrible soldering. It’s crap.

    So I paid $60 for a charger that lasted 10 months (apparently I was one of the lucky ones to have it last that long). Now I’ve got to suck it up and pay $80 for a real one.

    $60 to learn what I already knew: TANSTAAFL, and you get what you pay for. Don’t waste your money here.

    Edit: For some reason this charger is $80 now – don’t know if that means they are now selling actual Apple chargers or if they’re just getting $20 more for their cheap knock-off. Either way I’d avoid this vendor.

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  8. David G

    When it comes to Apple chargers, proper Apple OEM units are really the only way to go. They do cost more, but you can always be assured that the quality of the unit will be top-notch. That being said, PLEASE check your order when you get it to make sure you did not get a third-party knockoff like I did when you were expecting – and ordered – an OEM unit. It appeared that some other customer gamed the returns system and returned a non-Apple charger in the box of a real one, which was then not properly inspected and subsequently sold to me by Amazon Warehouse under the listing of an OEM product with cosmetic damage to the box.

    Some things to look out for from the unit I received:

    1: no Apple logo on the actual charging brick.
    2: faded and smudged unit information stamped on the side of the brick. Apple’s text rarely fades or smudges even on mistreated units.
    3: velcro cable management strips on the cable. Apple has never included these.
    4: no option to add the included extension cable.

    While in a perfect world it is up to Amazon to due proper due diligence and inspect the items they receive as returns, it is also up to us as consumers and customers to make sure that we get what we pay for and that what we receive matches the listing that led us to purchase it. Make sure you get your money’s worth!

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  9. MC

    Heads up – I think some of the older reviews on here are probably for the same listing but a different seller. When I ordered this (April 2018) it was listed as being sold by Apple, distributed by Amazon, and it showed up in Apple packaging. It’s identical to my old charger and works perfectly.

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