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RustySpoons
My mate had the official Samsung one next to his bed, he swore it gave him headaches... Have heard similar things if you are planning on putting one on your bed side table.

I have the same problem with my girlfriend. I've moved her into the spare room now and the headaches have disappeared.

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#1
ordered nd heat,thanx
#2
Heat added
#3
Galaxy S3....?
#4
does an s4 need a receiver etc? as I am sure it will not without it
1 Like #5
Yes, an S4 will require a receiver
#6
Good price heat
#7
how are these, in terms of charging time compared to direct cable?
1 Like #8
Heat added but I do still struggle to see the point of these. They would be much better if you could easily charge multiple devices at once.
#9
lomah
Yes, an S4 will require a receiver

cheers mate
#10
Charge time is about 2x as receivers are usually 500-600mA compared to power draw on uUSB 1.2-1.4A. It's not for quick charges though - the idea is that you have it on your bed-side table and leave it say overnight so that it's charged in the morning or at work next to your desk.

I have the Samsung Note 3 charger which I recommend (because it is large) with a 3-rd party receiver for S4 and it works well. There are either receivers or back-case + buit-in receiver for most Samsung phones. Get the thinnest you can find < 1mm so that you don't bulge the back-case.
#11
will this work with the Nexus 5?
#12
I think it will work with n5
#13
xlxaiwa55xlx
Heat added but I do still struggle to see the point of these. They would be much better if you could easily charge multiple devices at once.
This is useful if your USB charging port on your mobile is faulty or loose. Some people prefer those as they don't want to wear out their USB connector!
4 Likes #14
The only use of these is laziness. If you can't be arsed to plug a USB into your phone use a dock. Wireless charging is useless at its current state
#15
My mate had the official Samsung one next to his bed, he swore it gave him headaches... Have heard similar things if you are planning on putting one on your bed side table.
#16
razam
will this work with the Nexus 5?
Yes
#17
Anyone recomend a good place to get a receiver from?
#18
lgmdaniel
Anyone recomend a good place to get a receiver from?

ebay
4 Likes #19
Until these can charge across the house its pointless, i want to have my mobile charge while in my pocket when i go into costa it charges, when i get in my car it charges etc... right now all these do is save you plugging a cable in.
#20
darrencook
The only use of these is laziness. If you can't be arsed to plug a USB into your phone use a dock. Wireless charging is useless at its current state
I go through too many micro usb cables and this solves the problem of going through so many. At this price im tempted to get a couple.

Edited By: arj154 on Jul 11, 2014 14:44
100 Likes #21
RustySpoons
My mate had the official Samsung one next to his bed, he swore it gave him headaches... Have heard similar things if you are planning on putting one on your bed side table.

I have the same problem with my girlfriend. I've moved her into the spare room now and the headaches have disappeared.
3 Likes #22
I have several wireless chargers which I have used with my Nexus4 and 5. They can be 80% as fast as mains and much faster than USB BUT the problem with cheap chargers like this is that they don't come with an actual transformer. A phone charger will typically be 1amp. To get a decent wireless charging performance you need a 1.5-2 amp mains transformer. this particular wireless charger demands 1.5 amps which means its charging will be OK (2 amps is better) but only if paired with the required 1.5 amp transformer which is not supplied. if you attach your 1 amp phone charger you will get slow charging or partial charging. to make this work properly you will need to also buy a 1.5-2 amp (tablet) transformer which will cost so this is false economy. Get one that comes with a suitable charger included.
#23
genieuk2008
how are these, in terms of charging time compared to direct cable?
my best one gives about 80% speed compared to a cable with a Nexus 5 and a 2amp mains micro usb transformer.

Edited By: jason71 on Jul 11, 2014 14:47
4 Likes #24
haritori
Until these can charge across the house its pointless, i want to have my mobile charge while in my pocket when i go into costa it charges, when i get in my car it charges etc... right now all these do is save you plugging a cable in.
Well, it's time to DIY!

Rip one of these open and sew the internals into a pair of cargo pants, place a USB battery into the other pocket and run a USB cable through your belt and connect it to the gutted internals.

Volia! Your trendy new cargo pants now stay up and your pocket becomes a wireless charger! Great success!
Also at this price gut another and glue it to the back of your car mount.. Or behind the dash if you have one of those sticky pads
#25
razam
will this work with the Nexus 5?

Yes it will
#26
Will this work on lg g3 without any extra charging cover.
#27
Pspvita
Will this work on lg g3 without any extra charging cover.

Yes
#28
kharma45
Pspvita
Will this work on lg g3 without any extra charging cover.

Yes

But it says You need an extra QI receiv
#29
jason71
lgmdaniel
Anyone recomend a good place to get a receiver from?

ebay
I don't like buying stuff like this from ebay... invariably small electronic goods like this are a load of rubbish.
#30
Will this work with Samsung Galaxy Fame?
#31
The g3 has it all built in I use it with my qi charger

Edited By: the porter on Jul 11, 2014 14:55
#32
Adrian7
Charge time is about 2x as receivers are usually 500-600mA compared to power draw on uUSB 1.2-1.4A. It's not for quick charges though - the idea is that you have it on your bed-side table and leave it say overnight so that it's charged in the morning or at work next to your desk.

I have the Samsung Note 3 charger which I recommend (because it is large) with a 3-rd party receiver for S4 and it works well. There are either receivers or back-case + buit-in receiver for most Samsung phones. Get the thinnest you can find < 1mm so that you don't bulge the back-case.

Note 3 is a bit of a beast at 1.2 -1.4a. most phones are more like 0.8-1a on mains so you can get a better relative wireless performance than 2x.
#33
Adrian7
Charge time is about 2x as receivers are usually 500-600mA compared to power draw on uUSB 1.2-1.4A. It's not for quick charges though - the idea is that you have it on your bed-side table and leave it say overnight so that it's charged in the morning or at work next to your desk.

I have the Samsung Note 3 charger which I recommend (because it is large) with a 3-rd party receiver for S4 and it works well. There are either receivers or back-case + buit-in receiver for most Samsung phones. Get the thinnest you can find < 1mm so that you don't bulge the back-case.
Out of curiosity where did you get the note 3 wireless charger and how much??
#34
Looks identical to the one I got from the Cellphone Shop recently for £5.00. It doesn't work - not for my Nokia Lumia 920 anyway. The first time I tried it, it took many attempts (way too many to make it worth bothering with) to get it to even recognise there was something on top of it. Then when it finally did acknowledge it and start to charge, it turned the screen on the phone on every 15 minutes or so as it would bleep and illuminate. So I just ended up charging it in the usual manner. I tried it again a few days later and it didn't appear to take as long to recognise it, but still a lot slower than it would take to just use the plug on your own usb cable and then it did the same thing of switching the screen all over again. Was so frustrating and defeated the object of using it so I gave up on it. Not worth the hassle of returning it, but so glad I didn't pay any more than a fiver for it.
#35
Azurren
haritori
Until these can charge across the house its pointless, i want to have my mobile charge while in my pocket when i go into costa it charges, when i get in my car it charges etc... right now all these do is save you plugging a cable in.
Well, it's time to DIY!

Rip one of these open and sew the internals into a pair of cargo pants, place a USB battery into the other pocket and run a USB cable through your belt and connect it to the gutted internals.

Volia! Your trendy new cargo pants now stay up and your pocket becomes a wireless charger! Great success!
Also at this price gut another and glue it to the back of your car mount.. Or behind the dash if you have one of those sticky pads

Thats all well and good but what about Costa!!

Edited By: haritori on Jul 11, 2014 15:00
#36
Does it work with Galaxy - Note 2 (GT-N7100)?
#37
lgmdaniel
jason71
lgmdaniel
Anyone recomend a good place to get a receiver from?

ebay
I don't like buying stuff like this from ebay... invariably small electronic goods like this are a load of rubbish.

I generally agree but its a coil of wire and a chip. There isn't much to go wrong and since we are talking on a thread about a £6 charging pad it didn't know you would be so fussy :o)
the official cover is about £50
#38
jans
Looks identical to the one I got from the Cellphone Shop recently for £5.00. It doesn't work - not for my Nokia Lumia 920 anyway. The first time I tried it, it took many attempts (way too many to make it worth bothering with) to get it to even recognise there was something on top of it. Then when it finally did acknowledge it and start to charge, it turned the screen on the phone on every 15 minutes or so as it would bleep and illuminate. So I just ended up charging it in the usual manner. I tried it again a few days later and it didn't appear to take as long to recognise it, but still a lot slower than it would take to just use the plug on your own usb cable and then it did the same thing of switching the screen all over again. Was so frustrating and defeated the object of using it so I gave up on it. Not worth the hassle of returning it, but so glad I didn't pay any more than a fiver for it.

What were you using as a power source. Sounds like insufficient amps.
#39
Thanks OP and heat added. One ordered.

Providing that you couple these with a good 2amp charger AND a good quality cable then you will get the best from the unit.
The one that I have delivers around 750mA (one of the tilted type) providing that I remove the cover, otherwise it does get reduced but as it tends to be an overnight charge it doesn't matter.
#40
thegamingkinginfo
Will this work with Samsung Galaxy Fame?

No. Samsung don't fit wireless as standard and I doubt there is even an add on receiver coil for that one.

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