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AmazonBasics Qi 10W Dual Wireless Charging Pad + AC Adapter EXPIRED

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Doldrums asked this question on 05-23-2022 at 07:11 AM
05-23-2022 at 01:05 PM
At checkout. Need to enter in all your info and just before you can submit the order there is a spot that says Promo or Discount Code
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Thanks - was having "A Case of the Mondays" :)
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iPhone 8 and above.
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If you mean the old style small bricks, they're only 5w. It'll work, but will take even longer. It would probably be fine for overnight charging, which is all I use wireless chargers for anyways. If I need to top off during the day, cable charging will always be much faster.
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10 is normal. There are 15w now though. Fyi last time I bought an Amazon basics usb cable it literally caught on fire
Getting 15W wireless charging to today's phones is a hassle... all the generic Chinese "15W" qi chargers on Amazon won't actually deliver 15W to a Samsung or Pixel phone. They do 10W max.

You need to spend the $50-100 for the manufacturer branded chargers to get >10W wireless charging to those phones.
Is 10w slow? I bought a qi charger is the past, I can't remember the watt, but it took forever to charge my Galaxy S10.

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Is 10w slow? I bought a qi charger is the past, I can't remember the watt, but it took forever to charge my Galaxy S10.
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Code worked for me.
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Is 10w slow? I bought a qi charger is the past, I can't remember the watt, but it took forever to charge my Galaxy S10.
10 is normal. There are 15w now though. Fyi last time I bought an Amazon basics usb cable it literally caught on fire
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10 is normal. There are 15w now though. Fyi last time I bought an Amazon basics usb cable it literally caught on fire
Getting 15W wireless charging to today's phones is a hassle... all the generic Chinese "15W" qi chargers on Amazon won't actually deliver 15W to a Samsung or Pixel phone. They do 10W max.

You need to spend the $50-100 for the manufacturer branded chargers to get >10W wireless charging to those phones.
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Will these work with Apple charging bricks?
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All my chargers are 2.0. I imagine still will work just at a slower speed?
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This looks enticing. I'd use it to charge my Galaxy Buds+ and my S22U over night. So I guess speed isn't the biggest factor for me if I put it on my desk for use overnight. Or while I'm working at my desk.

Aside from the speed, is there a huge difference between this and the official Samsung Duo charger they have?
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Will these work with Apple charging bricks?
If you mean the old style small bricks, they're only 5w. It'll work, but will take even longer. It would probably be fine for overnight charging, which is all I use wireless chargers for anyways. If I need to top off during the day, cable charging will always be much faster.
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Got this the last time around and they didn't work. Looked at the reviews and everyone else had the same issue. Looks like a bait and switch where they know these won't work with most phones, but they're betting that half the people won't go through the hassle of returning it for $10
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Got this the last time around and they didn't work. Looked at the reviews and everyone else had the same issue. Looks like a bait and switch where they know these won't work with most phones, but they're betting that half the people won't go through the hassle of returning it for $10
I mean mostly your fault for being a dingus and not realizing your phone isn't wireless charging capable.
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Does using a charging unit that provides less than optimal charge affect the battery longterm?
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what iphones will this work on?
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Very annoying they are making me put CC info in when I have plenty saved on Amazon.
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