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Lumia Wireless Charging Plate was £49.99 now £9.99 @ Vodafone ebay

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Effortless Charging No more fumbling with messy cables. No more breaking delicate connectors. No more hassle. Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it and the next time the battery… Read More
seaniboy Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Effortless Charging

No more fumbling with messy cables. No more breaking delicate connectors. No more hassle. Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it and the next time the battery runs low, drop it to charge.

Form follows function, and that can be seen in our unobtrusive charging plate, elegant stand, attention-grabbing sound speaker or surprising headset design.

The first of our wireless charging accessory range is the Nokia Wireless Charging Plate DT-900. This thin slate will become the new "home" for your Smartphones - at home, at the office, wherever there's a stable and flat surface waiting - so they can relieve themselves of the worry of drained batteries.

Its design matches not only the award-winning Lumia device range, but looks (and works) with other Smartphones lying on top of it.

The DT-900 comes in a variety of colors intended to either blend into its surroundings or boldly stand out. Once plugged into a nearby outlet, the DT-900 charges on contact with Qi-enabled wireless charging products, whether produced by Nokia or other manufacturers.

Our range of wireless charging accessories comes with a large charging surface which means there is no need for precise alignment between phone and charger.

Wire coils found inside compatible products receive power when they come near charging stations, recharging batteries with efficiency rates rivaling the average wired charger (in fact, it's over 80% as efficient). Even though the coils and station never actually come into physical contact (as the back cover remains between them), energy flows and recharging happens when the two are in close proximity (typical range of 3mm). This technology is called "inductive" or "closely coupled" charging.

All of our wireless charging products also feature the latest advances in Foreign Object Detection, which means they don't become active if someone accidentally drops keys, paper clips or any object that's not specifically designed to be charged wirelessly.
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#1
I've seen these for a fiver in my local Cex. I don't think they work well with all modern phones though.
4 Likes #2
Get rid of all those messy cables...............just plug this messy cable into a wall socket
#3
antenna
Get rid of all those messy cables...............just plug this messy cable into a wall socket

Brilliant!
1 Like #4
good find op, heat added
#5
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
#6
What phones or tablets does this change?
#7
as sydney871 has already said.... will this work with different manufacturers phones like samsung S5 S6 S7 etc ?
thanks to anyone who can help
#8
These are great - not to be confused with the smaller cheaper round ones that are harder to set your phone on properly. Usually £20+.

Heat added
1 Like #9
I still use mine that I got with my L1020 on my desk at home daily and it's not fiddly at all. I have just bought one of the newer small round ones for work though as they're rated to charge a bit quicker and can charge from USB but you can't go wrong with these.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322260677928
2 Likes #10
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Many people have died from a build up of static electricity generated by these wireless phone chargers.
If one has been left plugged in and you have been away for a few days, the house fills up with the power they emit to the surounding enviroment and just by turning on a light, wizz-bang...goodnight vienna.
1 Like #11
Mine sits at work on my desk - it's fantastic for dropping my phone on and off several times a day keeping it topped up. I would have been a sceptic until I used it. Simple things :)
#12
Will it work with LG G3?
1 Like #13
antenna
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Many people have died from a build up of static electricity generated by these wireless phone chargers.
If one has been left plugged in and you have been away for a few days, the house fills up with the power they emit to the surounding enviroment and just by turning on a light, wizz-bang...goodnight vienna.
Fools dont switch off unused electricals -
Vienna sounds much more fun a life than Brexit tho

Edited By: seaniboy on Sep 23, 2016 16:04
#14
Our Nexus 7 gets dumped on one of these. Saves the kids breaking yet another micro USB cable.
#15
Wireless? What's that long thing coming out the top then?
#16
robertoegg
Mine sits at work on my desk - it's fantastic for dropping my phone on and off several times a day keeping it topped up. I would have been a sceptic until I used it. Simple things :)


I heard it's better for battery to go from full charge to zero or minimum charge before it's charged again, for a longer battery life. If that's still true these days, then "dropping phone on and off several times" might not be the best thing to do.
1 Like #17
taranjs
robertoegg
Mine sits at work on my desk - it's fantastic for dropping my phone on and off several times a day keeping it topped up. I would have been a sceptic until I used it. Simple things :)


I heard it's better for battery to go from full charge to zero or minimum charge before it's charged again, for a longer battery life. If that's still true these days, then "dropping phone on and off several times" might not be the best thing to do.


Not with lithium - ion batteries.
#18
misterleoni
I've seen these for a fiver in my local Cex. I don't think they work well with all modern phones though.


They work very well. This is one of the best qi chargers there is.
1 Like #19
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.


Actual many consume no power when not being used.
#20
lollypoplee
as sydney871 has already said.... will this work with different manufacturers phones like samsung S5 S6 S7 etc ?
thanks to anyone who can help


I have an s6 and an s7 and 4 of these. They work very well.
#21
antenna
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Many people have died from a build up of static electricity generated by these wireless phone chargers.
If one has been left plugged in and you have been away for a few days, the house fills up with the power they emit to the surounding enviroment and just by turning on a light, wizz-bang...goodnight vienna.


Citation?
#22
bigf
Will it work with LG G3?


Does it support QI wireless standard? If so yes. If not no
1 Like #23
taranjs
robertoegg
Mine sits at work on my desk - it's fantastic for dropping my phone on and off several times a day keeping it topped up. I would have been a sceptic until I used it. Simple things :)


I heard it's better for battery to go from full charge to zero or minimum charge before it's charged again, for a longer battery life. If that's still true these days, then "dropping phone on and off several times" might not be the best thing to do.


I think that advice may be outdated now
#24
will it work on s5?
2 Likes #25
antenna
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Many people have died from a build up of static electricity generated by these wireless phone chargers.
If one has been left plugged in and you have been away for a few days, the house fills up with the power they emit to the surounding enviroment and just by turning on a light, wizz-bang...goodnight vienna.


Of course that's not true- due to there being... an outside and a ground; in the same way we don't cook when we leave the light on and heat builds up (it doesn't).

Utter codswallop!
#26
jason71
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Actual many consume no power when not being used.

This is true because it's the phone that completes the circuit.!.
2 Likes #27
michaelsouris
"Just plug the station into a wall outlet, forget about it " - no, don't do that, because like every other wall charger left plugged in, it consumes power.
Charger standby consumption: Less than 30 mW

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/mobile/accessory/dt-900/specifications/

So it would have to remain in standby for at least 33,000 hours (nearly four years) to consume a single kWh of electricity. I think a kW/h currently costs me about 15p.

I think I'd rather fork out an extra 15p than have to switch it on and off every day for 4 years!
#28
Does this charge iPhones too?
#29
firstofficer
Does this charge iPhones too?


No

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