What charger do you use at night?

Elitegate

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Nov 2, 2014
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Cheap 15$ chinese no-name 5W wireless charger i bought off Amazon. Works fine with my phone and i don’t need to worry how long the charging process takes. I only charge at night because my battery lasts me all day.
 

Ifti

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Dec 14, 2010
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UK
Wired 5w.

As its left on charge overnight, wondering whether its safer to stick to the wired 5w, and use the 18w fast charger in my office for 'emergency charging'.....
 

Strelok

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Jun 6, 2017
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1,540
United States
Wireless. I use the free one that came with my Note 9, it supports 2 phones and fast charging for those devices that support it.
 

boultonn

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Jul 20, 2017
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London
Looking at potentially a 2-in-1 wireless charger for iPhone and watch but currently just an Anker 5 port wall adapter with lightning, Apple Watch, usb-c and micro usb cables coming from it to charge all my devices.
 

zorinlynx

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May 31, 2007
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Florida, USA
How warm does the phone get when wireless charging? I'm thinking of getting a wireless charger for my bedside for my new 11 Pro Max because it doesn't matter how long it takes to charge, and also it'll save wear on my lightning port.

Then I can keep the 19W charger at my desk for when I need to juice up fast before heading out if I'm running low.
 

Ta0jin

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Nov 9, 2011
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Maryland
How warm does the phone get when wireless charging? I'm thinking of getting a wireless charger for my bedside for my new 11 Pro Max because it doesn't matter how long it takes to charge, and also it'll save wear on my lightning port.

Then I can keep the 19W charger at my desk for when I need to juice up fast before heading out if I'm running low.
I don’t know how hot it gets while it’s charging because I’m not touching it but when I pick it up I don’t notice the phone being hot or warm even.