The Coocheer Quick Charger is Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 compatible which means it should be capable of charging at three different rates including 12V at 1A, 9V at 1.2A, and 5V at 2A should your device be compatible. The charger is small in size especially for a Quick Charge 2.0 charger. Also included is a 3.3ft micro-USB cable.
Throughout my testing I had no problem with the device charging my Nexus 6 at all three charging rates within Qualcomm’s specs. The most notable reading I got from my USB multi-meter was 8.93V at 1.43A. The voltage is with in variance and the amperage is even higher than spec meaning it should make the device charge even faster. Some people may be concerned about the amperage being above spec, but to keep it simple, amperage is pulled not pushed, meaning the Nexus 6 wanted the higher amperage and the charger was able to deliver.
Overall I am extremely satisfied with the Coocheer Quick Charger and it has replaced the current charger in my gear bag thanks to its better than spec performance at the 9V charging level. If you are interested in purchasing this charger it can be found here.