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Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by JUCJ85, Nov 1, 2018.
Looking to get a wireless Qi charger that's under $40? Any good ones?
i use this one:
I have a mophie one in the forsake forum for 25.
This one is Qi certified and on sale. I have one on my nightstand and just ordered a second one for my desk at work.
I got this one last week. Cheap but seems to work well for $15.
Whatever you decide to get, get one with a cooling fan.
How well are the ones that are in the form of a stand, I want one that I can charge and watch content at the same time?
The one I posted is a stand. And Qi certified.
Thanks went with that one.
It looks like you’ve ordered one already, but I personally have these. These are little pricey, but I got a deal on them. The stand versions work well.
Why? mine lacks a cooling fan and I have no issues at all
this is the one I have
Many wireless chargers do NOT include AC adapter. To get fast charge (e.g., 7.5W for iPhone), you need to get a fast charge AC adapter, which typically costs more than $10.
Some fast wireless charger includes a fan, which cools the phone while charging. Fans help your battery last longer. I recommend Anker's PowerWave fast wireless charger (also available in a pad form factor), which happens to be Amazon's Deal of the Day and on sale at $36.99 for few more hours.
Just extra precaution. Helps dissipate heat which is better for battery in long term
most of this is just to cool the circuit in the charger not the phone
Maybe most, but mine cools the actual surface in contact with the phone.
I'm not trying to promote mine so just use whatever you feel like.
I got a rav power. No fan but the pad is awesome. Is the fan theory really true for all charging. Like does it help battery last longer? Probably not if you replace phone every year anyway
Which is what gets hot and thus the phone. Hot charging pad can shorten the battery.
If you keep a phone for a year does it even matter.
I doubt it matters even well into 2nd or 3rd years frankly. Maybe down to 80% or so. But at the same time, Anker’s charger with a fan only adds $10 at the most to the price tag when they are on sale.
Bigger potential issue is when they are used in the bedroom. Fans are not super noisy but they are noticeable.