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mophie 7.5W Qi Wireless Multi Coil Charge Stand for Apple Devices (Black)

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thePruneDanish via Amazon has mophie 7.5W Qi Wireless Multi Coil Charge Stand for Apple Devices (Black) on sale for $14.99 when you follow directions below. Shipping is free.

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  • The wireless charging stand can charge your iPhone in portrait mode, landscape mode, or as a flat charging pad.
  • The wireless charging stand can deliver a wireless charge through cases up to 3millimeter thick
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thePruneDanish via Amazon [amazon.com] has mophie Universal Wireless Multi Coil Charge Stand for Apple iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8, Qi-Enabled Devices - Black

With coupon code E59QVSZW will bring price to $14.99. Shipping is free.

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I don't know. I intentionally cripple even my fast wireless chargers with slow adapters. Slower speeds mean less heat and less impact on the battery. Overnight it's still plenty fast enough to get a full charge. At work I use it just to keep it topped off because I use hotspot a lot, and the slower speed is more than enough to keep the battery from running down.

If I find myself in a situation where I need a faster charge, which is extremely rare (that's a major point of wireless charging for me--it keeps me from ending up running on empty) I can always just do a wired charge.

Obviously needs will vary by individual, but I honestly prefer slower wireless charging speeds as a general rule.
I have this and it's worthless. Charges the iPhone really slowly and stops charging after a few minutes so I have to pick up the phone and put it back to restart charging. Also need to place it just right to charge. Have a pretty basic cover but it will do the same without cover. Not happy with it at all.
Overall 4 star product. Read the reviews. Lot of complaints about this device not charging phones.

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This works pretty well if you don't have a bulky case on your phone, I had to learn that the hard way when I gave up my Otterbox defender for wireless charging, I definitely think it was worth the tradeoff, wireless chargers are awesome.
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Thanks, OP and here's additional info of the charger from other website: hug

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Charge up your preferred Qi-enabled device with the universal wireless charging stand from mophie. Compatible with virtually all Qi-enabled devices, the charging stand delivers 7.5W of power when placed on top of the pad. This smooth, polished stand can easily be converted from a flat pad to a desk stand, making it easy to check texts or stream videos without interrupting charging. It even charges through lightweight phone cases.
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Overall 4 star product. Read the reviews. Lot of complaints about this device not charging phones.
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The $11 INIU charging stand has thousands of 4.5 star reviews and likely works just as well.
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This is a pretty standard price for the Anker 10W chargers and I'm willing to bet that "convertible" design rarely gets used outside of when it's shipped.
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Won't 10W wireless fast charge iPhones. Pretty worthless at that point if you're in the apple camp.
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Won't 10W wireless fast charge iPhones. Pretty worthless at that point if you're in the apple camp.
I was thinking the same thing. 10w should be standard in 2020-2021. I have an old 7.5w round mophie from about 3-4 yrs ago. Why upgrade.
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Quote from RavenSEAL :
Won't 10W wireless fast charge iPhones. Pretty worthless at that point if you're in the apple camp.
I don't know. I intentionally cripple even my fast wireless chargers with slow adapters. Slower speeds mean less heat and less impact on the battery. Overnight it's still plenty fast enough to get a full charge. At work I use it just to keep it topped off because I use hotspot a lot, and the slower speed is more than enough to keep the battery from running down.

If I find myself in a situation where I need a faster charge, which is extremely rare (that's a major point of wireless charging for me--it keeps me from ending up running on empty) I can always just do a wired charge.

Obviously needs will vary by individual, but I honestly prefer slower wireless charging speeds as a general rule.
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Does it come with wall charger? Anker is not included wall charger.
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Does it come with wall charger? Anker is not included wall charger.
Comes with a cord that plugs directly into the wall.
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I have this and it's worthless. Charges the iPhone really slowly and stops charging after a few minutes so I have to pick up the phone and put it back to restart charging. Also need to place it just right to charge. Have a pretty basic cover but it will do the same without cover. Not happy with it at all.
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This is a pretty standard price for the Anker 10W chargers and I'm willing to bet that "convertible" design rarely gets used outside of when it's shipped.
Looks like this one comes with a wall adapter and the Anker does not. From my limited understanding, you need a fast charging capable wall adapter for the fast charging to work, and for Anker you would need to use your own wall adapter
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I don't know. I intentionally cripple even my fast wireless chargers with slow adapters. Slower speeds mean less heat and less impact on the battery. Overnight it's still plenty fast enough to get a full charge. At work I use it just to keep it topped off because I use hotspot a lot, and the slower speed is more than enough to keep the battery from running down.

If I find myself in a situation where I need a faster charge, which is extremely rare (that's a major point of wireless charging for me--it keeps me from ending up running on empty) I can always just do a wired charge.

Obviously needs will vary by individual, but I honestly prefer slower wireless charging speeds as a general rule.
Glad to see its not just me, I have fast chargers that came with phones all the way back from my v10 but I intentionally use weaker bricks for wired/wireless charging. I'm not a heavy heavy user so a day's worth of battery does we well and I slow charge overnight to help with battery life.

While I don't have anyone to compare my S20FE to, my iphone XR seems to have a higher battery maximum capacity than my friends and family who got one around the same time
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