Argos - Kit QI Charging Pad £14.99 - was 29.99
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Argos - Kit QI Charging Pad £14.99 - was 29.99

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Found 22nd Sep 2017
I haven't bought it yet, but I have an Argos voucher and apparently it was £29.99.

QI wireless charging compact 10mm with LED light to indicate charging. Rechargeable and portable.

  • Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Google Nexus 4-7, Motorola Droid Maxx, Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 928, Nokia Lumia 929, Nokia Lumia 930, Nokia Lumia 1020, Nokia Lumia 1520. Handsets.
  • Cable length 1.2m.
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£12 on Amazon with Prime

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Edited by: "gibblesuk" 22nd Sep 2017
gibblesuk2 m ago

£12 on Amazon with …£12 on Amazon with Primehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B013QWD5X2?tag=smsg-pre-adr-uk-21&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-org00-andr0-mob00-nomod-catch-pcomp-

If cheaper on Amazon then the deal would travel far north pole
Quite a basic charger no quick charge. Alternatives can be found cheaper
spencer2417 m ago

Quite a basic charger no quick charge. Alternatives can be found cheaper


Please link to cheaper alternatives. I'm interested.
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spencer2422 m ago

Quite a basic charger no quick charge. Alternatives can be found cheaper


Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too as it shortens battery life. This is fine for overnight charging for example.
Home delivery only, just spoke to Argos, out of stock for now.
rich_19868 m ago

Wireless Charger, Spigen Essential [4mm Ultra Slim] 2017 Upgrated Qi …Wireless Charger, Spigen Essential [4mm Ultra Slim] 2017 Upgrated Qi Wireless Charging Pad for iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 / S8 / S8 Plus / S7 / S7 Edge / S6 / S6 Edge / S6 Edge+ / Note 5 and All Qi-Enable Phones - F302W Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01K384NM4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_hwxXzbM3KRRCN(y)


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spencer245 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B015O41F7I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_nHxXzb9CAXQ4K


Yes, but I have to make an order of at least £20. What would be the postage otherwise?
gorgo20151 m ago

Yes, but I have to make an order of at least £20. What would be the …Yes, but I have to make an order of at least £20. What would be the postage otherwise?

Still cheaper even with postage
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too …Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too as it shortens battery life. This is fine for overnight charging for example.

Wireless charging isn't great for the longevity of a phones battery too
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Why?
I've not heard of such adverse effects, especially if it's charging slowly (like this one is). Be interested to hear if that's not right.
And it will certainly extend the longevity of the Micro-USB port on the phone!
Yes, same principle as toothbrush charging and should not affect life really
Cheapest that I could see on Fleabay shipped from the UK) was £2.53:
ebay.co.uk/itm…0Kw
Or for a quid more:
ebay.co.uk/itm…0Kw
Anyone know if these are any good? The price is certainly right!
Future generations will be laughing at these (radiation also was a cool thing once, you could even buy radioactive toothpaste and water). Think a very small microwave without a door to contain the microwaves. 32066323-zA8X7.jpg

Probably not a good idea on your bedside table. But neither is a phone.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too …Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too as it shortens battery life. This is fine for overnight charging for example.



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Summary: Don't worry about it, the difference is neglible in normal scenarios
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mcdarius9 h, 2 m ago

Future generations will be laughing at these (radiation also was a cool …Future generations will be laughing at these (radiation also was a cool thing once, you could even buy radioactive toothpaste and water). Think a very small microwave without a door to contain the microwaves. [Image]


Are you really suggesting this is anything like a radioactive emission?
Also, this should work with iPhone 8 / iPhone X when they come out.
OrribleHarry22nd Sep 2017

Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too …Sometimes slow charging is better. I don't fast charge unless I need too as it shortens battery life. This is fine for overnight charging for example.


Spot on there. Fast charging overheats batteries, and that is a top killer for Lithium ion batts. I see this first hand with my S7 and its fast charger. If you have the time, let your mobile charge slowly overnight. And, never let the battery run under 5% or keep plugged in at 100%. Ideally, Li ion batts should be maintained between 5 and 95% of charge.
mcdarius11 h, 4 m ago

Future generations will be laughing at these (radiation also was a cool …Future generations will be laughing at these (radiation also was a cool thing once, you could even buy radioactive toothpaste and water). Think a very small microwave without a door to contain the microwaves. [Image]


Where do you buy your tin foil hats?
hcc275 h, 40 m ago

Spot on there. Fast charging overheats batteries, and that is a top killer …Spot on there. Fast charging overheats batteries, and that is a top killer for Lithium ion batts. I see this first hand with my S7 and its fast charger. If you have the time, let your mobile charge slowly overnight. And, never let the battery run under 5% or keep plugged in at 100%. Ideally, Li ion batts should be maintained between 5 and 95% of charge.


Yet Qi charging heats up the phone!
OrribleHarry23rd Sep 2017

Are you really suggesting this is anything like a radioactive emission?



Nope.
What I'm suggesting is there's no research looking into long-term effects. Remember people protesting cell towers being built next to their homes?
I'm just saying one of these next to your bed probably isn't a good idea.
JustExtreme5 h, 1 m ago

Where do you buy your tin foil hats?



Buy?
Big corporations make them with holes so government can implant thoughts even if you're wearing one !
Only way to truly protect yourself is make one !!!
Also, something about Nibiru.
mcdarius17 m ago

Buy? Big corporations make them with holes so government can implant …Buy? Big corporations make them with holes so government can implant thoughts even if you're wearing one !Only way to truly protect yourself is make one !!! Also, something about Nibiru.


You mean it comes with a free copy of ccleaner?
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mcdarius1 h, 54 m ago

Nope.What I'm suggesting is there's no research looking into long-term …Nope.What I'm suggesting is there's no research looking into long-term effects. Remember people protesting cell towers being built next to their homes? I'm just saying one of these next to your bed probably isn't a good idea.


So statement made based on nothing whatsoever lol.

Smoke alarms contain actual radiation sources, do you not have those either?
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