So, I am behind the times, because the only three USB-C items I own in the home are a few Google Pixel 3 phones, a Samsung Galaxy S10 phone, and a Nintendo Switch.
I’m willing to test it on the phones, but I’m nervous about the Switch. Nintendo has actually stated that the Nintendo Switch has to be plugged into it’s own separate outlet, free from a surge protector, for it to charge and power correctly. If not, it will sometimes fail to boot up unless you take those steps. They state it is because it is running so much power to the hardware that it cannot share with multiple electronics.
My video game room has multiple consoles running into a very nice and powerful surge protector, and that was when I found all of this out. Now, the Ninteno Switch is by its lonesome in it’s own outlet. I would be afraid of trying an adapter (even if i trust the company’s product) for fear of ruining a high dollar system that i can’t replace.
The Galaxy, on the other hand, I am friends with the business owner who helped me get the phone. I could probably get a replacement should anything go wrong.
I’m not trying to sound pessimistic, more realistic than anything. I would still love to test a product and give my two cents.