RAVPower Fast Wireless Charger for iPhone X / iPhone 8 / 8 Plus 7.5W Max Qi Wireless Charging Pad, a 24W QC 3.0 Adapter Included, Compatible with All Qi-Enabled Devices £34.99 Delivered with code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower Fast Wireless Charger for iPhone X / iPhone 8 / 8 Plus 7.5W Max Qi Wireless Charging Pad, a 24W QC 3.0 Adapter Included, Compatible with All Qi-Enabled Devices £34.99 Delivered with code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 24th Nov
Great price for an iPhone compatible Wireless charger, with some decent reviews on it working well with the new iPhones.

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  • Supports iPhone X / 8 / 8 Plus Charging: Faster than traditional 3.5W - 4W wireless chargers with a maximum 7.5W output. Note: iPhone fast charge is enabled with iOS 11 update coming later this year. Current iOS cannot support 7.5W fast charge. Standard charging is all it supports now.
  • NOTE: Please don't place anything between your iPhone and the charger, or the wireless charger will not work. And when your iPhone is fully charged, the LED light will not turn green as iPhone won't send the instruction while other Qi-Enabled Phones will.
  • Compatible with All Qi-Enabled Phones 10W Max: Includes Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus; non-Qi enabled phones are still compatible but will require a Qi wireless charging cover to power up
  • Fast & Free 24W QC 3.0 Adapter: Includes a powerful Quick Charge 3. 0 adapter that boosts the max output to 10W so selected Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus, or Microsoft Lumia phones can charge even faster
  • Portable, Practical, Stylish, and Safe: Lightweight, take anywhere size with silicone anti-skid design to prevent sliding; smart battery indicator; built-in over-current, over-voltage, and over-temperature protection systems

14 Comments

Missed the code first time - good buy one a top rated pad that includes the charger!

Thanks, this was on my shopping list!

Can someone please explain why this is better than all the other wireless chargers on Amazon (including the likes of Anker) when they are less than half the price of this?
The others seem to have fast charging (10kw) for around £14.99.

eaxlns5 h, 27 m ago

Can someone please explain why this is better than all the other wireless …Can someone please explain why this is better than all the other wireless chargers on Amazon (including the likes of Anker) when they are less than half the price of this?The others seem to have fast charging (10kw) for around £14.99.


It has the word iphone in the title

It has the power adapter included. That is why it is more expensive.

Not exactly the same but it is a Qi fast charge puck made by RAVPower. I have the same one and it works a treat with my X. Doesn’t include a plug but only £18.99.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…BA9

I suspect fast wireless chargers will be a quarter of this price in a year’s time.

I bought a RAV wireless fast charger for £12 on Amazon about two weeks ago for my iPhone X.

Link: amazon.co.uk/dp/…5GQ

Works flawlessly and fully charges my iPhone quicker then I thought it would, realistically you will only be using wireless charging at night or in your car, the iPhone X’s battery lasts all day.

There really isn’t much point in buying a dedicated one for 3x the price, people are also saying the upgrade from 5 to 7.5 is negligible at best.

Also, saying it’s a great price for an iPhone Wireless charger is a bit misleading. Apple adopted Qi Wireless Charging meaning any wireless charger will work with the iPhones.
Edited by: "World" 25th Nov

I've got the Mophie, but this one I heard is better. Ordered too.. thanks

I ordered it last week, came over the weekend. It looks and feels like a decent bit of kit, comes with plug and braid wire and is made out of metal, so should last.

Cold. Mine cost £2.97 off eBay and it charges my phone just fine....

Excellent, Belkin can beat it now . This is just the right price point for fast charging.
Edited by: "DJ.Mole" 28th Nov

P8JHBVHB code idn't word for me, poss expired.

It has it is £40 today instead of £50
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