Top positive review
It WILL charge a MacBook Pro, slowly
Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2018
Contrary to the multiple Q&A items where people post that this outlook is incapable of charging a MacBook Pro due to its lack of USB-PD support, it actually will charge a MacBook Pro model with USB-C. It is only capable of 3 amp output on the 5v USB-C port, so that means 15 watts of power compared to the 87w charger the MBPr 15 comes with. This will NOT operate your MacBook while you use it, but it is certainly capable of slow charging it, even from dead, in roughly seven hours. So, if you want a nice convenient way to throw your MBPr on a charger over night without having to get out the power brick, it is perfect, and the slow charge rate is arguably better for the battery. I throw mine on the counter at the end of the day and back in my bag in the morning.
What I don't understand is why people have given it a lower rating for not being able to support charge rates it was never advertised as supporting. It's not a high speed Apple USB-PD charger, it was never advertised as such, so it certainly isn't the manufacturer's problem; I don't rate a screw driver poorly because it doesn't drive nails.
In any case, I don't know when or if we'll see a true high speed USB-C PD charger in outlet format. Apple is not intentionally adding weight and bulk to their power bricks, while it's also in their interest to shrink their chargers to as small a format as they can be, and as light as can be, while maintaining safety. The Apple 87w charger is significantly larger and heavier than this outlet, and this outlet still needs the components any outlet would need in addition to the USB circuitry and AC-DC converter. Lutron isn't going to be able to shrink, into outlet format, what Apple needs probably 200-300% more space to package safely, and I'm not going to fault them for it.
Long story short, if you need the fastest charge speed possible for whatever device you're using, this isn't it, but if you need a nice and easy way to eliminate annoying power bricks to charge devices you're not in a great hurry to have at 100%, it's perfect. I love getting rid of the clutter on my counters and walls by just getting out a cable and putting it away when done.