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tempting thank you for posting this deal
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Thanks for sharing.

A few thoughts and notes:
  • The brand is Itian.
  • This product has a customer rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars, based on 59 Amazon.com customer reviews [amazon.com].
    • Fakespot [fakespot.com] gives the reviews an F grade, stating that it has "62.7% low quality reviews."
  • I did not see a listing of how many watts this charger has. Based on the formula of "W=VA, watts (W) is equal to Volts times Amperage" and looking at the listing of "9V 1.2A," my calculations show that it has 10.8 watts.
I hope this helps,
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Tempting but that adjusted rating from Fake Spot makes me want to stay away
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I think that the wireless charging gets hot. If you look at the Samsung chargers, they are vented and I suspect that they may incorporate a fan to cool the charging pad. I don't think these cheaper brands do so. I've had some of these in the past, and the phones got very warm.
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yeah a lot of crap is about to start hitting the market. i have an iphone 8 plus and just be aware that the round chargers like this and the samsung ones tend to not be tall enough to charge the iphone 8 quickly in the vertical position. I have a samsung version and can confirm this. i bought a taller turbot charger on amazon with three coils and it works great in vertical position.
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I think that the wireless charging gets hot. If you look at the Samsung chargers, they are vented and I suspect that they may incorporate a fan to cool the charging pad. I don't think these cheaper brands do so. I've had some of these in the past, and the phones got very warm.
Yeah, heat is the real problem which will wear out your battery quicker than usual. It's not as bad as QC2.0 but still, a fan would be good to have. Ideally the phone should be air cooled or used in a cold office while charging wirelessly since all that efficiency loss is converted to heat.
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i can't stand to have cases on my iphones, as i like to have a ring on the back instead. unfortunately because of the ring i cant take advantage of the wireless charging pads so i have to decide which i enjoy using more. such a tough decision! Frown
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i can't stand to have cases on my iphones, as i like to have a ring on the back instead. unfortunately because of the ring i cant take advantage of the wireless charging pads so i have to decide which i enjoy using more. such a tough decision! Frown
What do you mean ring on the back? Like a type of hook/connector? I prefer to use a case but also want to wirelessly charge so exploring my options
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What do you mean ring on the back? Like a type of hook/connector? I prefer to use a case but also want to wirelessly charge so exploring my options
My understanding is that thin cases also work with wireless charging as long as they are not the cases with metal in them for magnetization to a mount — like I use in my car.
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My understanding is that thin cases also work with wireless charging as long as they are not the cases with metal in them for magnetization to a mount — like I use in my car.
Cant use wireless charging myself since i use a magnetic mounting device for my s8 in the car. Charging via qc2 charges much cooler/quicker anyways.
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Yeah, heat is the real problem which will wear out your battery quicker than usual. It's not as bad as QC2.0 but still, a fan would be good to have. Ideally the phone should be air cooled or used in a cold office while charging wirelessly since all that efficiency loss is converted to heat.
My S8+ uses quick charge 2.0 and it barely gets warm while charging AND during a video chat at the same time. By barely I literally mean like it's almost hard to notice.

Some phones are better than others. My LG G5 had QC 3.0 and it got much warmer during charging/video chat.

In comparison the S8+ barely gets lukewarm and the G5 was almost at "concerning" level of warmth.
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My S8+ uses quick charge 2.0 and it barely gets warm while charging AND during a video chat at the same time. By barely I literally mean like it's almost hard to notice.

Some phones are better than others. My LG G5 had QC 3.0 and it got much warmer during charging/video chat.

In comparison the S8+ barely gets lukewarm and the G5 was almost at "concerning" level of warmth.M
Well thats because quick charge doesn't work on S8+ when youre using it. =) you can look it up but samsung is taking a lot of security measures to avoid battery related problems. so you want quick charging you have to put the phone down on samsung =)
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What do you mean ring on the back? Like a type of hook/connector? I prefer to use a case but also want to wirelessly charge so exploring my options
i like to have this on my phone:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DUN9B9U

unfortunately it blocks the back so i cant use the wireless charging capability
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