RAVPower 10 quick charge Wireless Charging Base- 18 Month warranty - £9.99 (Prime) £13.98) @ Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower 10 quick charge Wireless Charging Base- 18 Month warranty - £9.99 (Prime) £13.98) @ Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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This is a great affordable wireless charger. Lightweight but high quality, I bought this a few weeks back and its great, definitely recommend at a great price. Comes with 18 month warranty which is a bonus. Quick charge works well.
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deleted9122454th Apr

Can't tell if serious?Wireless chargers are much better for the battery …Can't tell if serious?Wireless chargers are much better for the battery and protecting against overheating and power surges.If you want to save a 500+ phones battery I'd suggest to get a wireless charger.Also saves on buying charging cables as they break easy.Also saves damaging the port you use to charge inside the phone, which could devalue it or break it, preventing it from working, so to save all this hassle a wireless charger is great. Its not a gimmick like people thinkPhones that 'fast charge' charge very quick so wouldn't matter if you couldn't go on it for a while, dont need to be using a phone every minute of the day.


Huh? Which part of my post even hinted that I wasn't being serious? You consider the question's answer that black and white?

I usually buy flagship phones, and have never had battery problems, nor problems plugging it in, especially with the new symmetrical usb-c. Also, never had a cable break. I wouldn't consider it easy, either.

As far as I'm aware, phones charge twice as fast over wired than wireless.

If they're truly the reasons wireless is better than wired, I'll save the cash and retain the ability to use my phone while it's charging.

I don't think it's a gimmick, but for me it's less practical.
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Don't forget these don't come with quick charge adapters
How can I buy this? Where do I buy this from?
How is the 18months warranty serviced? Thanks.
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TAZMANUK3 m ago

Don't forget these don't come with quick charge adapters



No, no need, can charge from a regular phone adapter, computer or some sockets, as do mine, have USB sockets.
Anyone know if this will work with Samsung Galaxy S7?
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ceanth1 m ago

Anyone know if this will work with Samsung Galaxy S7?



Yes it should! Works with my S8 perfectly, best wireless charger I've had, lightweight but good quality and durable!
Got a couple of these a few months back, work fine on an iPhone 8
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rporteo17 m ago

Got a couple of these a few months back, work fine on an iPhone 8


Brilliant isnt it
deleted9122454th Apr

Yes it should! Works with my S8 perfectly, best wireless charger I've had, …Yes it should! Works with my S8 perfectly, best wireless charger I've had, lightweight but good quality and durable!


Cool thanks. Also does this support fast charging out of the box or would I need special cables?
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ceanth3 m ago

Cool thanks. Also does this support fast charging out of the box or would …Cool thanks. Also does this support fast charging out of the box or would I need special cables?


No problem and yeah supports fast charging out the box comes with a usb to micro usb (which plugs into the box) and all you need if you dont already have USB sockets or dont want to use a computer is a usb to socket adapter which most people already have phone adapters if they have phones anyway. Really good product and the warranty will cover you.
Anyone know how long it would take to charge an iPhone 8?
I just got a new phone that supports wireless charging, but would someone mind telling me the benefits?

If I plug in a cable to charge it, I can continue using it. If I place it on a pad, I can't use it until it's fully charged.

The only benefit I see is if I want to charge it just by putting it down, saving myself 5 seconds plugging it in.

Do the benefits really outweigh the negatives?
Zeipher16 m ago

I just got a new phone that supports wireless charging, but would someone …I just got a new phone that supports wireless charging, but would someone mind telling me the benefits?If I plug in a cable to charge it, I can continue using it. If I place it on a pad, I can't use it until it's fully charged.The only benefit I see is if I want to charge it just by putting it down, saving myself 5 seconds plugging it in.Do the benefits really outweigh the negatives?


I use 1 by the bed, saves a bit of wear on the usb port
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Zeipher26 m ago

I just got a new phone that supports wireless charging, but would someone …I just got a new phone that supports wireless charging, but would someone mind telling me the benefits?If I plug in a cable to charge it, I can continue using it. If I place it on a pad, I can't use it until it's fully charged.The only benefit I see is if I want to charge it just by putting it down, saving myself 5 seconds plugging it in.Do the benefits really outweigh the negatives?


Can't tell if serious?

Wireless chargers are much better for the battery and protecting against overheating and power surges.

If you want to save a 500+ phones battery I'd suggest to get a wireless charger.

Also saves on buying charging cables as they break easy.

Also saves damaging the port you use to charge inside the phone, which could devalue it or break it, preventing it from working, so to save all this hassle a wireless charger is great.

Its not a gimmick like people think

Phones that 'fast charge' charge very quick so wouldn't matter if you couldn't go on it for a while, dont need to be using a phone every minute of the day.
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deleted9122454th Apr

Can't tell if serious?Wireless chargers are much better for the battery …Can't tell if serious?Wireless chargers are much better for the battery and protecting against overheating and power surges.If you want to save a 500+ phones battery I'd suggest to get a wireless charger.Also saves on buying charging cables as they break easy.Also saves damaging the port you use to charge inside the phone, which could devalue it or break it, preventing it from working, so to save all this hassle a wireless charger is great. Its not a gimmick like people thinkPhones that 'fast charge' charge very quick so wouldn't matter if you couldn't go on it for a while, dont need to be using a phone every minute of the day.


Huh? Which part of my post even hinted that I wasn't being serious? You consider the question's answer that black and white?

I usually buy flagship phones, and have never had battery problems, nor problems plugging it in, especially with the new symmetrical usb-c. Also, never had a cable break. I wouldn't consider it easy, either.

As far as I'm aware, phones charge twice as fast over wired than wireless.

If they're truly the reasons wireless is better than wired, I'll save the cash and retain the ability to use my phone while it's charging.

I don't think it's a gimmick, but for me it's less practical.
Is it work with iPhone 7 Plus
If you use an intelligent charger (which most people these days do) a wired iPhone will charge at 2.1A (10 Watts). Subject the charger being capable of delivering at least this much Amp/Watts. The fastest wireless charging (this one is limited to 5W) is 7.5W, so yes wired charging is faster
kramjith37 m ago

Is it work with iPhone 7 Plus



The iPhone 7Plus does not have inbuilt wireless charging, you would need to put a wireless adapter on it, or buy a suitable case to use a Wireless charger.
deleted9122454th Apr

No problem and yeah supports fast charging out the box comes with a usb to …No problem and yeah supports fast charging out the box comes with a usb to micro usb (which plugs into the box) and all you need if you dont already have USB sockets or dont want to use a computer is a usb to socket adapter which most people already have phone adapters if they have phones anyway. Really good product and the warranty will cover you.


It won't support quick charge from a standard USB adapter or a PC though.
I have this. It charges my iPhone X quite slowly. It only charges at 5W. Wish I’d have spent a bit more and gone for a 7.5W wireless charger.
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Zeipher2 h, 17 m ago

Huh? Which part of my post even hinted that I wasn't being serious? You …Huh? Which part of my post even hinted that I wasn't being serious? You consider the question's answer that black and white?I usually buy flagship phones, and have never had battery problems, nor problems plugging it in, especially with the new symmetrical usb-c. Also, never had a cable break. I wouldn't consider it easy, either.As far as I'm aware, phones charge twice as fast over wired than wireless.If they're truly the reasons wireless is better than wired, I'll save the cash and retain the ability to use my phone while it's charging.I don't think it's a gimmick, but for me it's less practical.


Cables are easy to break and are a known problem.

That is wrong. Wireless charges can charge the same speed.

Why would you even need to use it while charging? Jusr charge in a car or in bed?
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Gormond25 m ago

It won't support quick charge from a standard USB adapter or a PC though.


Strange as mine does.
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Rastafari26 m ago

I have this. It charges my iPhone X quite slowly. It only charges at 5W. …I have this. It charges my iPhone X quite slowly. It only charges at 5W. Wish I’d have spent a bit more and gone for a 7.5W wireless charger.


My Samsung S8 charges soo fast! Sure your cable isnt broke or the metal bent? Doesnt sound like its working properly, contact Ravpower and use the warranty!
deleted9122454th Apr

Cables are easy to break and are a known problem.That is wrong. Wireless …Cables are easy to break and are a known problem.That is wrong. Wireless charges can charge the same speed.Why would you even need to use it while charging? Jusr charge in a car or in bed?


Wires breaking are a known problem? That's news to me. I heard about charging pads requiring a sweet spot otherwise they don't work, but maybe that doesn't happen with this charger.

I work with my phone pretty much all day, so sometimes it's low before I get to bed, so I can't just hold off until bed time, and charging it for 5 minutes in the car wouldn't do much.

I just don't see any benefit beyond saving 5 seconds plugging it in.

I'll tell you what. I have a £5 voucher, so will pick one up and see for myself. Then if I like it, I'll give it a positive review, and if I don't, I'll just give out a negative review. Then perhaps I can help people with a similar mindset to myself.
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Zeipher11 m ago

Wires breaking are a known problem? That's news to me. I heard about …Wires breaking are a known problem? That's news to me. I heard about charging pads requiring a sweet spot otherwise they don't work, but maybe that doesn't happen with this charger.I work with my phone pretty much all day, so sometimes it's low before I get to bed, so I can't just hold off until bed time, and charging it for 5 minutes in the car wouldn't do much.I just don't see any benefit beyond saving 5 seconds plugging it in.I'll tell you what. I have a £5 voucher, so will pick one up and see for myself. Then if I like it, I'll give it a positive review, and if I don't, I'll just give out a negative review. Then perhaps I can help people with a similar mindset to myself.


Yep. Loads of people I know break wires, especiay Apple ones.

Dont need a sweetspot with a good one just slam it in the middle.

Good idea try the product. I guarantee you'll like it. I hope you do.

Its really light but build qaulity is great and comes with an 18 month warranty couldn't recommend something enough and im not one for recommending products much.
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deleted9122454th Apr

Yep. Loads of people I know break wires, especiay Apple ones.Dont need a …Yep. Loads of people I know break wires, especiay Apple ones.Dont need a sweetspot with a good one just slam it in the middle.Good idea try the product. I guarantee you'll like it. I hope you do.


Can you tell me if it charges through cases? Been reading reviews of some chargers and a few of them say you have to take off the case to get it to charge.

There's a cheaper one for £6.99 with a higher rating and over 300 reviews. This one only has 27 reviews. Makes me wary. Or I could pay a little more and get the charger with over 2000 reviews.
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Zeipher8 m ago

Can you tell me if it charges through cases? Been reading reviews of some …Can you tell me if it charges through cases? Been reading reviews of some chargers and a few of them say you have to take off the case to get it to charge.There's a cheaper one for £6.99 with a higher rating and over 300 reviews. This one only has 27 reviews. Makes me wary. Or I could pay a little more and get the charger with over 2000 reviews.


Not sure what kind of case they have lol charges mine perfectly with a case.

I dont really go by reviews most of the time people just dont know how to use the product, not many people make sure to leave a good review if the product is good anyway.

Trust me a brilliant device, the one at £12.99 will probably be better build qaulity not sure about the £6.99 though what is that?

Just looked and the £12.99 has a lifetime warranty which is good and might be worth it. Stick to RavPower one as thats the ones im backing, I agree some Wireless chargers are sh*t just as you can get crap cables for none wireless charging. Avoid cheap cheap ones.

This one is showing 488 reviews for me, weird.
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deleted9122454th Apr

Strange as mine does.


I have never heard of a PC supporting quick charge. It will still charge over USB but not using quick charge and thus not at that speed.

What PC do you have that supports this?
This company seem to do an offer for buy one get one half price, so will get one for the bedroom and the office.
After a bit more research, I don't think wireless chargers are for me. I have a magnetic car phone holder, and apparently this magnet can interfere with wireless chargers.

That's a shame.
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Gormond20 m ago

I have never heard of a PC supporting quick charge. It will still charge …I have never heard of a PC supporting quick charge. It will still charge over USB but not using quick charge and thus not at that speed.What PC do you have that supports this?


I was talking about USB adapter, computer might not I agree I was stupid on that haha
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Zeipher9 m ago

After a bit more research, I don't think wireless chargers are for me. I …After a bit more research, I don't think wireless chargers are for me. I have a magnetic car phone holder, and apparently this magnet can interfere with wireless chargers.That's a shame.


I wouldnt use a wireless charger in a car. Office, bedroom, lounge etc will be perfect place for it.
I bought one of these a couple of weeks back when they were £7.99. For what it’s worth it worked perfectly but unfortunately mine made an audible buzz and I need my room to be totally silent when I sleep. Something to consider
Will this work with an iPhone X 256gb?
wingman040112 m ago

I bought one of these a couple of weeks back when they were £7.99. For …I bought one of these a couple of weeks back when they were £7.99. For what it’s worth it worked perfectly but unfortunately mine made an audible buzz and I need my room to be totally silent when I sleep. Something to consider


Send it Back, they dont Buzz. we have 2 & theres no noise whatso ever
The only thing that buzzes is the pesky flies in the summer, drives the dog wild :-)
deleted9122454th Apr

Strange as mine does.


Most induction chargers are woefully inefficient (roughly 50%) ie use the normal 2-3 Amp PSU and your phone will only be getting 1-1.5Amp charge current! Also a lot of this inefficiency is lost via heat, this heat is not good for battery cells and will significantly reduce the cells life.
Personally I think any tech that has power efficiency's this poor shouldn't be allowed to be sold, if everyone used induction chargers to recharge their mobile phones the amount of wasted energy would be horrendous !
Wow, arguing over whether wired or wireless charging is better.

I think we’ve reached a new low
corin.gillingham27 m ago

Will this work with an iPhone X 256gb?



As long as it supports the QI wireless charging standard then yes it shall charge your iPhone.

It won't charge the iPhone 7.5W (the fastest speed they support), only by 5W according to the product page.
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Rabbit_Exorcist7 m ago

Wow, arguing over whether wired or wireless charging is better.I think …Wow, arguing over whether wired or wireless charging is better.I think we’ve reached a new low



What could be lower than arguing about which smartphone is better than the other? Seems almost a foreign concept that people are free to choose whatever they want by whatever criteria they deem acceptable.
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