The Jaweke 5-port Charger is rated at up to 10A total or 2.4A on a single port. It is constructed of plastic and includes a vertical stand, 4ft removable power cable, and users manual. It features thermal, over voltage, over current, and short circuit protection.
To test the charger I plugged a Nexus 6 and an iPhone 6s Plus into a USB multi-meter which was plugged into a single port on the charger. This created a heavy load on the port to see what the chargers maximum current is. With this configuration the charger fluctuated between 5.01V and 5.02V with a maximum current of 2.47A which is higher than the charger is rated for which is a good thing. Since amperage is pulled not pushed, this means the charger is capable of producing a little extra current should the device ask for it.
Overall I am pleased with the Jaweke 5-port USB Charger. It is built well, is a reasonable size, and produces more current than it is advertised to all while maintaining a steady voltage that is within spec. If you are interested in purchasing the Jaweke charger it can be found here.