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Only seeing $16.99
$10 with code 9YRH289H
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Does this work with lg g8?
Yes, it states "Compatible: Works with all Qi-enabled devices, including iPhone (iPhone 8 and above), Samsung Galaxy (S7 and above), as well as recent devices from Sony, Huawei, Google, LG, Nokia etc. Charging is possible through most phone cases (cases thicker than 3mm may need to be removed)"

I believe G8 is LG's recent device.
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Does this work on the note 9? I didn't see anything in the description about it but maybe someone here has tried.
Yes. Any Qi charger will charge the Note 9
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Bought this last time. It doesnt charge my note 8. It's a nice paper weight now.
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Bought this last time. It doesnt charge my note 8. It's a nice paper weight now.
Looks like a coaster to me, get creative with this useless hunk!
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No usb c , pass
Why would that make a difference?
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Picked it up. 10 bucks. Nice find
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Why would that make a difference?
I have an Aukey pad that uses USB C and it's really handy. Most days I can just drop the phone on the wireless. But, if I'm low on battery and need a quick charge, I can just unplug the pad and plug the USB C straight in the phone...without having to rummage around finding a spare USB C cable.

https://www.amazon.com/AUKEY-Wireless-Charging-Compatible-Qi-Enabled/dp/B07G2DZ714/
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No usb c , pass
"It didnt fit my exact usage scenario, better tell everyone so they'll know!"
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good luck finding an 18w fast wireless charger
Soon enough, with the way Technology is advancing Smilie
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Fakespot Score: D

https://www.fakespot.com/product/...ed-devices
It's Aukey. It's a well known charger brand. Fakespot is not needed here.
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It is called "Fast Wireless Charging" and not simply "Fast Charging" for a reason.
So this 10 watt wireless charger charges slower than a 10 watt wired charger right?
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I worked as a wireless power engineer for five years. There are large technical challenges to make this happen for phone form factors. The biggest are:

1. Inductive power spikes -- Often there is poor coupling between the transmitter and phone. The transmitter burns extra power to maintain expected power delivery at the phone. Nudge the phone towards the center of the transmitter and all this extra power needs to be burned by the receiver since the transmitter control loop is slow. These receivers are small and struggle to absorb so much power.

2. Foreign Object Detection (FOD) -- As an example, put a quarter between the phone and charger. Take a cheap TX (often made by OEMs in China), and that quarter gets blazing hot since their FOD is poor. That is a safety risk.

3. Coil Resistance -- The coils have surprisingly high resistances. This heats the phone back and stresses the packaging/screen.

There was also limited demand from phone manufacturers for high power wireless charging. In fact wireless charging has relatively low user adoption despite Samsung having it in their phone for years.
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