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Anker PowerWave Stand 10W Wireless Charger [amazon.com] $11.99
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After comparison, I bought newer verison 7.5W twin pack for $29.99. This is $3 more per unit and 50% more powerful.

https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Wire...ess&sr=1-9

Edit: Received twin pack and I can confirm that they have 7.5w charging on iPhones if 9V 2.0A power adapter is used.
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Good price. Heats my phone badly with original Galaxy fast charger as well as other single volt 5V charger. Used it twice since January now I'm ready to throw it away. YMMV. Galaxy 7e.

Also it is not weighted, does not stay put, is hard to center phone and has the feel and look of low quality crap.

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Also to get the fast charging capabilities on these, you need a qc 2.0 or qc 3.0 charger.
NO DEAL IF NO AC ADAPTER INCLUDED
That's not what I saw with mine. I'm guessing it has internal qc charging circuity because it fast charged when I used any of the single volt 5V usb chargers I have including the official 5.2V constant voltage power supply from my Raspberry PI. I had hoped it would slow charge with no heat on those but no.

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To everyone bitching about wireless chargers and heat, buy a quality Samsung wireless charging pad or stand. Their newer ones have fans built in.
Half measures will never do. Holding out for liquid cooling.
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Typical Anker quality, mine died after exactly 1y (out of warranty)...
Clearly haven't done your homework here. Anker's warranties are for 18 months, not a year (and lifetime for some of their cables). It was released at the end of May 2018 which means that, with the exception of any purchased within the first couple months, every single person who owns this is still covered under warranty.

If you actually did purchase this and it died on you, then you didn't make an attempt to get it replaced. Now, go get on your horse and submit a warranty claim.
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Make sure to unplug all major appliances and any heating or cooling as well. Never know what could happen. Better yet, just flip the breaker before bed. Just in case.
That's still not enough. Take my advice. I cancel my electricity everyday.
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Is it worth spending more and get newer version with 7.5w capacity ? iPhone user so want to make if IOS 13 itself limits it to 5w thn just time better to buy this compared to newer model
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The most fast chargers have 7.5 w for iPhone but this one only 5 w. Does it mean this one is NOT a fast charger for the iPhone?
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Yes, but fast charging generated more heat, which is bad for the battery.

I think the point is that if you're charging overnight then it doesn't matter that it'll take 5 hours to charge vs 1.5 and you might as well go slower for battery health.
Modern fast charging monitors the battery and adjusts current constantly to ensure nothing gets hot. Its not an issue with smart charging that modern devices use.
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I have a Galaxy S9 in a Unicorn Beetle case, and use this at work and at home. I have the Samsung OEM wireless charger that was $50 and it's an absolute pain in the ass to get the precise charging location with a case on your phone. This one is super easy and I very rarely miss the charging spot. I don't really pay attention to how fast is charges, but it's fast enough that my phone doesn't die at work while constantly searching for service.
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Never had an issue with Anker products, but will not buy this. Charge an extra dollar or two and change the cable to USB-C. Then we'll talk
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Make sure to unplug all major appliances and any heating or cooling as well. Never know what could happen. Better yet, just flip the breaker before bed. Just in case.
Stop scaring people. I am quite sure a reputable company like "Anker" have done extreme research of the safety of this and all of their products.
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Never had an issue with Anker products, but will not buy this. Charge an extra dollar or two and change the cable to USB-C. Then we'll talk
That's not a reason to dislike this product. You are being petty.
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That's not a reason to dislike this product. You are being petty.
Never said I disliked it. It's just that everyone who make accessories should be on USB-C by now. It would make things a lot easier, as most phones are now using that port.
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I have three of these. One in my office next to my PC, where I have it plugged in to an Anker USB hub that has 3 IQ Ports, then one for my wife's side and one for my side of the bed.

She constantly complained that her phone would go off and on all night, which was due to the fact she unplugged it from the 5w plug I put it in and put it in a 2.4w smh. Mine worked fine as I have it plugged into a 6 port Anker IQ plug that does up to 10w/channel. Works great and have been using it over close to two years.
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To everyone bitching about wireless chargers and heat, buy a quality Samsung wireless charging pad or stand. Their newer ones have fans built in.
I agree. I was lucky enough to find an actual Samsung 15w stand charger with power supply and cord for $35 from Target online before Xmas. It was a really good deal posted here. It works like a charm since my Note 10+ needs a special charger. It also works on my wife's Galaxy S6. It's expensive but it's not worth risking burning up an expensive new phone or battery with a cheap charger setup.
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My Nexus 6 sometimes gets super hot on wireless chargers, to the point where I think it may damage the battery and is obviously abnormal. Most of the time this doesn't happen. I have no idea why it happens sometimes and not others.
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