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this is a Dual QI Pad Phone and Watch / Airpod Charger [amazon.com] and it comes with a 18w QC 3.0 AC Charger its $17.49 ac 50LYITI1


Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Station for Apple iPhone/AirPods Pro/AirPods 2+iwatch Series
Case Friendly The inner high-quality induction coil makes it possible to charge your phone through any defensive case (within 0. 2in/5mm). no need to take off your phone case while charging.

Package include: 1x YoFeW Wireless Charging Pad for iPhone/Apple watch/Airpods pro, ,1x 18w QC 3.0 Adapter ,1x USB-C type cable, 1x user manual.
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It says ac but I don't see any credit. Price is $34.99.
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Items:$34.99
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50LYITI1:-$17.50
Total before tax:$17.49
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Worked for me thanks. You just need to know how to put a code in and hit apply, not that hard
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Sorry... Didn't originally see the code
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Is this good quality ? I dont want to use third party sub grade chargers, that can ruin the devices. The reviews are fakespotted?
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Is this good quality ? I dont want to use third party sub grade chargers, that can ruin the devices. The reviews are fakespotted?
They can ruin devices?
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They can ruin devices?
With a bad charger, u can destroy the battery over period. With branded chargers, there will be no overheating, no fires...
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Same deal was posted yesterday. Very spammy. Not putting my $1200 phone and $400 watch on this thing.
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With a bad charger, u can destroy the battery over period. With branded chargers, there will be no overheating, no fires...
Dunno... I have cheapo charger (iVoler, whatever it is) from Amazon and using it daily for almost 2 years. So far so good.
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Spam don't but this ish
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I have a super cheap wireless charger from 5 Below. It works fine but my phone definitely gets warmer than it does on the Samsung wireless charger I have. Granted, the Samsung has a built in fan. But seeing that heat during charging can damage batteries over time, it might be worth spending that little extra. Not saying this is not a good quality charger.
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They can ruin devices?
Most of the control for charging is actually controlled by the phone itself, this is misinformation and a blanket statement. Phones have temperature sensors, and will control the input so it does not damage or overheat. On the flip side chargers can have dirty power and not be consistent. Same goes for AC power at your home and why it's always a good idea to use a line conditioner on nicer equipment like computers, receivers, etc.

Apple marketing at its best, they just want you to buy OEM and overcharge for an oversized brick. You can get just as good of quality out of good non-apple brands, Anker has been my choice for chargers and cables and are priced right with good quality and performance.
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