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Sunvalley Brands via Amazon has RAVPower 10W Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Pad + QC 3.0 Wall Adapter on sale for $27.99 - $18 w/ promotion code T5VVMAQ9 = $9.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • 1x RAVPower Wireless Charger with Exclusive HyperAir Technology (Model: RP-PC066)
  • 1x QC 3.0 Adapter
  • 1x USB to Micro USB Cable
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Sunvalley Brands via Amazon [amazon.com] has RAVPower PC066 Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Pad on sale w/ promotional code T5VVMAQ9 for $9.99.

10W Fast for Galaxy S9+ S9 S8+ S8 Note 8 with HyperAir,7.5W Compatible iPhone Xs MAX XR XS X 8 Plus

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I mean I shouldn't care if it has micro USB if I'm not going to unplug it, right?
Right, but it's nice to have that option. If you only have like 10 minutes before you leave and want to get the most charge I'd plug it in directly.

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"what's in the box
1 x RAVPower Wireless Charger with Exclusive HyperAir Technology (Model: RP-PC066)
1 x QC 3.0 Adapter
1 x USB to Micro USB Cable"

still keeping fingers crossed they switch to usb C cabling for these.
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probably why so cheap. hopefully new ones are usb-c ...still, in for 1 just because of having the adapter included
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Won't charge airpods, but a QC wall adapter would cost alike. So, guess, not too bad?
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Won't charge airpods, but a QC wall adapter would cost alike. So, guess, not too bad?
What's required forAirpod charging?
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I mean I shouldn't care if it has micro USB if I'm not going to unplug it, right?
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What's required forAirpod charging?

Not sure what he's talking about. This has got Qi, and AirPods wireless charging case use Qi, so this'll work.

EDIT: Seems like there are issues with the AirPods 1+2 Wireless charging cases, but not with the AirPods Pro (as I have a similar RAVPower Qi charger [amazon.com] with all the same marketing materials) that do work with the AirPods Pro, but reviews for that also suggest that it doesn't work for the non-Pro AirPods. I'm guessing this is something at a technical level that the non-Pro AirPods don't do.
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I mean I shouldn't care if it has micro USB if I'm not going to unplug it, right?
Right, but it's nice to have that option. If you only have like 10 minutes before you leave and want to get the most charge I'd plug it in directly.
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The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) certifies this unit for EPP (Extended Power Profile) which means it should work at 10W with phones such as the Pixel 4.
-It doesn't appear to come with an adapter as the photo suggests, that option is $27.99
-$8.99 looks like it's current price, so no code required?
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The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) certifies this unit for EPP (Extended Power Profile) which means it should work at 10W with phones such as the Pixel 4.
-It doesn't appear to come with an adapter as the photo suggests, that option is $27.99
-$8.99 looks like it's current price, so no code required?
Use the code to get both for $9.99 instead of 27.99.
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Not sure what he's talking about. This has got Qi, and AirPods wireless charging case use Qi, so this'll work.
That's not what the previous poster said. Trying to get more info from them.
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The Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) certifies this unit for EPP (Extended Power Profile) which means it should work at 10W with phones such as the Pixel 4.
-It doesn't appear to come with an adapter as the photo suggests, that option is $27.99
-$8.99 looks like it's current price, so no code required?
The code is for the $27.99 option with the adapter, just worked for me. Cheers!
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That's not what the previous poster said. Trying to get more info from them.
Well, he's wrong. I already have a different RAVPower Qi wireless charging pad that uses a QC 3.0 adapter, microUSB cable and just a more round charging pad, and it works just fine with wirelessly charging my AirPods Pro and my iPhone 11 Pro Max. There's nothing more to discuss here.

If they're trying to say that a MicroUSB cable can't plug into a lighting port on the AirPods, well duh, that's obvious, but defeats the purpose of this.

EDIT: Perhaps I have a misunderstanding about this. Why would a Qi wireless charger not work with the AirPods wireless charging case? Is this an issue with something on Apple's side for the standard non-Pro AirPods? I have this RAVPower charger [amazon.com] and it works fine with my AirPods Pro.
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I have galaxy s10e and it can charge at 15W max I believe. How much slower it will charge with this pad/adapter?
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