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Qi Wireless Charging Receiver - Type C - Turn any mobile into wireless charging - £4.50 @ eBay / lassanitech
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Qi Wireless Charging Receiver - Type C - Turn any mobile into wireless charging - £4.50 @ eBay / lassanitech

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Posted 1st AugShipping from Aland Islands

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100% Brand New.

· Fits the phone perfectly without disrupting the phone looking and performance.

· Low heat emission, new improved high efficiency Qi wireless receiver module chip.

· Ultrathin, lightweight and portable, good for using at home, office, public area, etc.



Specification:

Lots of these about but this was a UK seller who had type C in stock.

Plug in, put case back on and you have a phone that can wireless charge.

Few caveats

No metal cases will work with this
Any case you do have would need to be slim (most cases are these days unless you have an armoured one)

Put this on as alot of android websites Mark budget and midrange handsets down for no wireless charging and this is an easy, safe, non permanent solution




100% brand new and high quality

Color: Black, As the picture show

Charging voltage / current: DC 5V/800mA

Compact and lightweight.

Easy to plug-in and out.



Package Included:

1x Type-C QI Wireless Charging Receiver
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SherlockGnomes01/08/2020 19:29

I find wireless charging crap. It takes ages and makes the phone hot.


That depends on what device you use, what wireless charging dongle and charger you use.
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I find wireless charging crap. It takes ages and makes the phone hot.
SherlockGnomes01/08/2020 19:29

I find wireless charging crap. It takes ages and makes the phone hot.


That depends on what device you use, what wireless charging dongle and charger you use.
Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging the port being left in there all the time
aerodeck01/08/2020 20:17

Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging …Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging the port being left in there all the time


Used a few

Pretty solid to be fair.
powerbrick01/08/2020 20:33

https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitch/comments/ae1qkz/how_i_made_my_switch_wireless_charging_capable/


Whoa!!
I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector rather than USBc, worked ok. I would be surprised if any phones new enough to have USB C don't already have built-in wireless charging.
Going_Digital01/08/2020 21:09

I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector …I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector rather than USBc, worked ok. I would be surprised if any phones new enough to have USB C don't already have built-in wireless charging.


Think it's more down the budget end tbh
Going_Digital01/08/2020 21:09

I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector …I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector rather than USBc, worked ok. I would be surprised if any phones new enough to have USB C don't already have built-in wireless charging.


huawei p20 pro doesnt i tried one of the wireless chargers before i realised i neded one of these as well
you can get these cheaper if you look around on ebay
Edited by: "justabout72" 1st Aug
aerodeck01/08/2020 20:17

Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging …Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging the port being left in there all the time


I sold them for years, fitted them to dozens of handsets (Iphone and Android) then slip a case over the back....

Used to be about £2.99, nothing new

maxmix
Going_Digital01/08/2020 21:09

I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector …I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector rather than USBc, worked ok. I would be surprised if any phones new enough to have USB C don't already have built-in wireless charging.


plenty dont, almost every mid-ranger which seems to be the hot category this year doesnt have wireless charging
usb-c is becoming mainstream and wireless charging is still seen as a premium feature or one where manufactures will try to cut costs on
aerodeck01/08/2020 20:17

Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging …Anyone actually use one of these? Would be too worried about it damaging the port being left in there all the time



this is going to be less damaging than using a wired charger and inserting a charging cable every day


Going_Digital01/08/2020 21:09

I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector …I used to use something like this on iPhone 5 with the apple connector rather than USBc, worked ok. I would be surprised if any phones new enough to have USB C don't already have built-in wireless charging.

S10 lite doesn't have it built in, sadly.
SargoTechniks01/08/2020 22:29

plenty dont, almost every mid-ranger which seems to be the hot category …plenty dont, almost every mid-ranger which seems to be the hot category this year doesnt have wireless chargingusb-c is becoming mainstream and wireless charging is still seen as a premium feature or one where manufactures will try to cut costs onthis is going to be less damaging than using a wired charger and inserting a charging cable every day


True isn't it. Why is wireless seen as a premium feature!
Less heat too
BT197801/08/2020 22:34

True isn't it. Why is wireless seen as a premium feature!



It is an extra feature after all - you can already charge the device using a wired charger and in the mid range segment where OEM's are trying to keep costs down it understandable that they would cut it
on a flagships/top tier devices they want to go all out and extra features take priority over cost
Always a red flag for me if a seller doesn't respond to negative feedback
BT197801/08/2020 22:34

True isn't it. Why is wireless seen as a premium feature!


Because you have to engineer around it - it adds thickness, possible hotspots and if you have metal bodies you need to avoid those areas too. Frankly I've never had much luck with it on iPhones or Galaxy handsets so I never bother now, despite having good chargers on the bedside table, I woke up a few times and found it wasn't charging properly even though it should have been.
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