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Posted 30th Oct

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PowerWave Pad and Stand The 10W Wireless Charging Bundle
Optimized Charging Charging for flagship Samsung phones gets boosted to a blazing-fast 10W. Power iPhone and any other wirelessly-charged device in your arsenal at an uninterrupted 5W.

Charging for Home and Office Place PowerWave Pad on a nightstand for drop-and-go charging when you come home for the night. Or, use PowerWave Stand for horizontal or vertical use while charging. Topping up your phone just got more convenient than ever.
Worry-Free Wireless Full CE, FCC, RoHS, and Qi certification, along with advanced temperature control ensure a totally safe charge.
Input: 5V-2A / 9V-2A; Output: 5W / 10W

Compatibility:
10W Fast Charge Mode: Using QC 2.0/3.0 Adapter - Samsung Galaxy S9+ / S9 / S8 / S8+ / S7 edge / S7 - Samsung Note 9 / Note 8
Standard Charge Mode: Using 5V/2A Adapter - iPhone11 / iPhone 11 Pro / iPhone 11 Pro Max / iPhone XS Max / iPhone XR / iPhone XS / iPhone X / iPhone 8 / 8 Plus - LG G7 / G7+ / V30+ / V30 / V35 - Pixel 3 (The phone's screen will display the message: Charging slowly.)
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Do i need a specific wall plug for these?
You would need the fast charging plug. Its not supplied in pack.
Recent got these amazing price amazing quality heat added
rudie11130/10/2019 09:11

Do i need a specific wall plug for these?


Yes any QC charger that does 9v at 2a will suffice.

I've got both of these and they work well.
Does anyone know how inefficient these are? 5V*2A should translate to 10W output not 5W.
omgpleasespamme30/10/2019 15:02

Does anyone know how inefficient these are? 5V*2A should translate to 10W …Does anyone know how inefficient these are? 5V*2A should translate to 10W output not 5W.


Yes, wireless charging is between 50-70% efficient.
It's the price you pay for convenience.
polarbaba30/10/2019 17:37

Yes, wireless charging is between 50-70% efficient.It's the price you pay …Yes, wireless charging is between 50-70% efficient.It's the price you pay for convenience.



I'm reasonably surprised that Western nations allow this level of inefficiency. I know in the grand scheme of things that a few watts here and there is nothing but there's a larger principle at stake. That we should be moving away from this level of waste not encouraging it.
Edited by: "omgpleasespamme" 30th Oct
omgpleasespamme30/10/2019 17:49

I'm reasonably surprised that Western nations allow this level of …I'm reasonably surprised that Western nations allow this level of inefficiency. I know in the grand scheme of things that a few watts here and there is nothing but there's a larger principle at stake. That we should be moving away from this level of waste not encouraging it.


I love them because the alternative is my kids ruining the usb ports on their phones and creating an expensive repair or expensive phone replacement.
polarbaba30/10/2019 18:09

I love them because the alternative is my kids ruining the usb ports on …I love them because the alternative is my kids ruining the usb ports on their phones and creating an expensive repair or expensive phone replacement.



I completely understand I know a couple adults who've ruined their USB ports and had to resort to wireless charging or pay for an expensive repair. However this is just papering over the cracks, it allows design that saves manufacturing costs at the expense of repairability. Stuff like the charging port should be on a small daughter board that's easily replaced if it gets damaged. Really and truly most people these days would be fine with the more durable barrel connectors that came on Nokia phones years ago. I'd like companies make genuinely environmentally friendly changes in all aspects of design and manufacturing.
omgpleasespamme30/10/2019 18:39

I completely understand I know a couple adults who've ruined their USB …I completely understand I know a couple adults who've ruined their USB ports and had to resort to wireless charging or pay for an expensive repair. However this is just papering over the cracks, it allows design that saves manufacturing costs at the expense of repairability. Stuff like the charging port should be on a small daughter board that's easily replaced if it gets damaged. Really and truly most people these days would be fine with the more durable barrel connectors that came on Nokia phones years ago. I'd like companies make genuinely environmentally friendly changes in all aspects of design and manufacturing.


I agree, I repair things where possible. But nowadays it's not.
Also Mrs bear also loves to kill charging ports!. So you can imagine with the newer expensive phones, I'm not keen to have them anywhere near the usb ports!.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 30th Oct
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