As confirmed by Sky office the Gearbest page is a 'fake listing' in every respect. Stolen outdated photo (from Google Images, IFA 2014), wrong edited specs, wrong pic, wrong info, and most of all wrong price. Sky never quoted any price to anyone because it is still unknown.
Nice try Gearbest
If you checked the manufacturer...
... thus the charger is able to accept a whole variety of PSU adapters from your household (12V, 15V, 18V, whatever you got!)
With MC3000 it is now possible to 'produce' LiIon cells with any stable voltage between 2.50-4.25V with 1 or 2 program steps.
Yes, it has. The option is called D.REDUCE.Is this really true? To discharge to a stable voltage you would need a CV phase during discharge also. Does the MC3000 have that?
Frequently users have spare high-quality 19V PSU's left over from old laptops. Will it work with them?
It is not clear why 18V (vs 19V) is often specified as an upper limit. Perhaps that is the upper limit of some commonly used component(s)?