Anker Wireless Charger Charging Pad £13.58 (Prime) / £17.57 (non Prime) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Anker Wireless Charger Charging Pad £13.58 (Prime) / £17.57 (non Prime) Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 15th Jan
Amazon deal of the day. Been waiting for this to drop in price from the usual £18.99. Super slim and works like a charm.

You do need a fast charger connected to this if you want it to wirelessly fast charge your phone. Something like this. Otherwise it will charge at a normal speed.
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sazal2 h, 5 m ago

I took your word for it and ordered it also accidentally brought 3 …I took your word for it and ordered it also accidentally brought 3 other things i didn't plan on buying just to save on delivery charge


Where did you take them??
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Will it still charge wirelessly at the regular speed without the fast charger?
Sharpharp2 m ago

Will it still charge wirelessly at the regular speed without the fast …Will it still charge wirelessly at the regular speed without the fast charger?


Yes, it will.
Will this be suitable for the iPhone X? for fast Wireless Charging? Or Just the same speed as a regular Official iPhone Charger etc?

If It helps I have the iPad Larger Charger Block which I've heard I need to Wirelessly Charge it?
Marky26415 m ago

Will this be suitable for the iPhone X? for fast Wireless Charging? Or …Will this be suitable for the iPhone X? for fast Wireless Charging? Or Just the same speed as a regular Official iPhone Charger etc?If It helps I have the iPad Larger Charger Block which I've heard I need to Wirelessly Charge it?


No idea. Haven't had an iphone for a very long time . But the link and reviews suggest it works with the X to fast charge it. But don't quote me on it.
Sharpharp1 h, 2 m ago

Will it still charge wirelessly at the regular speed without the fast …Will it still charge wirelessly at the regular speed without the fast charger?


Actually normal speed charging is kinder on your phone battery...
nice find
thanks
Been £14 since mid April. Only just recently went up to £18.
musssy46 m ago

Been £14 since mid April. Only just recently went up to £18.


I have been looking to buy a couple for a few weeks now and it has been out of stock for a while. Then came back into stock but at £18.99. I have just purchased a couple for home and work and it is less than the £14 I paid many months ago.
Fast chargers messed up my iPhone 6s battery life. Not sure if I should take the punt, very tempting. Heat OP 🔥
BargainBaptist3 m ago

Fast chargers messed up my iPhone 6s battery life. Not sure if I should …Fast chargers messed up my iPhone 6s battery life. Not sure if I should take the punt, very tempting. Heat OP 🔥


If you use a normal charger, then it will not fast charge; only normal charge. You have the option to choose what type of charger you use at the wall plug.
This is the best one to get - works well with an X.
I took your word for it and ordered it also accidentally brought 3 other things i didn't plan on buying just to save on delivery charge
sazal2 h, 5 m ago

I took your word for it and ordered it also accidentally brought 3 …I took your word for it and ordered it also accidentally brought 3 other things i didn't plan on buying just to save on delivery charge


Where did you take them??
Been waiting for a deal on one of these, cheers
Will this work on the Apple iwatch 3?
Bought this last week for £18.99 😭
dannycouzens727 m ago

Bought this last week for £18.99 😭


Bought 2 of these over the weekend
cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.
kidou2 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.



Not true of my iPhone 8 Spigen case.
kidou24 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


My iPhone X charges wirelessly with the leather case on
kezar00112 h, 2 m ago

Will this work on the Apple iwatch 3?



no you have to use the apple magnetic charger for this as it is a different type of technology
kidou49 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.



works well with my apple silicon case on my phone
dannycouzens71 h, 40 m ago

Bought this last week for £18.99 😭


Call customer service for a refund
I've a (weird) question on wireless chargers - My Samsung 6 has a broken charging port - so am using something similar to this to charge it.
It's a pain as I only have one charger for it and cant charge it in the car etc as required.

The charger I have is actually very thin - and I was wondering if there is such a thing as a 'stick on' charger - for the back of the phone - with a socket for a normal charger to plug into -

I've seen the stick on pads with cable for the charging port that turn devices 'wireless capable' - but I am after an actual charger designed to be stuck onto a phone.


Thanks -
Charlie.
kidou1 h, 25 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


Also not true with my case on an iPhone X
I've had one of these for a while as a backup for my Moto 360 charger - it seems to be really fussy about charging my watch for some reason if it's plugged into an Anker multi-port charger
kidou2 h, 38 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.



Not true for me. I have this exact charger with an iphone X in a Spigen case.

Are you using a metal case maybe?

Also just as info for others, i was concerned about the LED's on this as it sits next to my bed, and i can confirm that they do not stay on whilst charging. They simply blink when you first place the charger on the pad.
Edited by: "rebelspawn" 15th Jan
kidou2 h, 51 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


Wrong. I have used a variety of cases including thick tough armor cases and have had no issues charging my phone.
thx ordered with the fast charger plug too
I have this for my iPhone X and it does the job, I have a case and it always charges. As others have stated, blue LED lights come on for 5 seconds when phone first put on but then go off. Well worth this price.
Does anyone know roughly how long it takes to charge a iPhone X or 8 plus? Also, has anyone used one of these in the car too?
I've had this since November, when I got my iPhone X. I keep it on my desk at work and it works really well. I've not been able to test the fast charging yet, since the iOS update but I think I need a better plug. I'm thinking the one I have isn't powerful enough. What wattage/ampage do you need from a plug to enable fast charge?
kidou7 h, 33 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


I have this charger and it charges through my case fine.
And the 2 other cases I tried with it.
They weren’t the thickest of cases but one was a spigen tough armour which isn’t the thinnest either
Edited by: "puzzydee" 15th Jan
Is anyone able to help with the following please?
A. are they noisy? I know some used to have fans in?
B. - do they stop charging at 100%? or keep trying to charge like leaving a cable plugged in?
C. are they Dangerous? any knowledge on safety around these? causing cancers etc?

thanks in advance!
spongebob19131 h, 49 m ago

Is anyone able to help with the following please? A. are they noisy? I …Is anyone able to help with the following please? A. are they noisy? I know some used to have fans in?B. - do they stop charging at 100%? or keep trying to charge like leaving a cable plugged in?C. are they Dangerous? any knowledge on safety around these? causing cancers etc?thanks in advance!


A. No, there's no perceivable sound from it at all that would cause anyone any issue.

B. Your phone stops taking charge. If it drains it keeps topping it up.

C. I nearly didn't answer this. I have left mine plugged in for months since I got it at work and physically it doesn't overheat or anything. The cancer question I'm afraid is a bit paranoid sounding but do you know what, I can't really say no or give you a scientific answer to it so I won't.
kidou9 h, 35 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


Charges fine through a gel case for my S8.
kidou10 h, 17 m ago

cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so …cold for people with cases as you have to take phone case of to charge so may as well just plug a cable in.


Not if you have a decent case like my Otterbox that has back cut out in the plastic which is then covered with leather. Wireless charging work fine through it 😁
How many phones fit on the base? Is it only 1 or 2? Thanks
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