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Best Wireless Charger For Multiple Devices

$24.99 $27.99
Best Wireless Charger For Multiple Devices
Best Wireless Charger For Multiple Devices
$24.99 $27.99

Yootech [2 Pack] Wireless Charger Qi-Certified 10W Max Wireless Charging Stand, Compatible with iPhone SE 2020/11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/Xs MAX/XR/XS/X, Galaxy S20/Note 10/S10 Plus/S10E(No AC Adapter)

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I use this Best Wireless Charger For Multiple Devices with an iPhone XR Max which is covered by a Speck Presidio clear case. The bamboo charging stand I had with the old phone had a lip that got in the way of the up swipe and send button on the new phone. The product arrived on time and in good shape.

Some specs: It says the output (charging) is 5-7.5-10W which I think is dependent on the phone/device, which appears to be selected automatically as there are no buttons or anything to select. The charger is made of a sturdy matte black (i.e. not shiny/glossy) plastic. The vertical height is ~4-1/2″, the footprint is 3-1/2″ diameter round.

The bottom has a ~1/4 wide circular rubbery ring to prevent slipping on smooth surfaces; this can be cleaned if it gets slippery (for me dust and cat hair). The ring is fairly impervious to liquids in that in a brief experiment, I wetted the ring, which resisted soaking up the liquid, and did not leave a stain on a white paper napkin.

Overall weight is 5.2 oz so with the shape and good sturdiness- in mind, can be carried probably safely around on your backpack/bag. The back is held on with 5 metal screws, to get to the charging electronics, I guess. Overall, high quality manufacture and materials.

Some more specs: The backboard that the phone rests against is 2-3/4″ wide and 4-1/2″ long (height) and is at ~θ =

arctan (ΔY/ΔX) =60.945395900923° degree angle, which is a good recline to see the phone without alot of reflection and preventing falling forward. The phone rests stably on the backboard. For perspective the iPhone XR Max is 3-1/4″ W and 6-1/4″ H, 2″ longer, but rests stably, even at a wt of 9.1 oz in the case. The platform that the bottom of the phone rests on is ~2-1/2″ W with the bottom being the same rubbery material as the bottom base.

Between the angle, the rubber, and the width of the platform, the phone rests stably, however there is no lip to secure the phone in, but then you can swipe up to unlock the phone and get to all the buttons/icons.

There are chargers that have cooling as a part of the charger, but I haven’t noticed any heat buildup. I haven’t clocked the charge time, but it seems as fast as my other charger.

The charging cord is a mini-USB (see pic) which I think the same as the Sansung (?) and is 3-ft in length, so if you need a longer cord, easy to find. It does not come with an AC adapter block to plug into a wall outlet. I am guessing the standard iPhone charging cube would work as it is 5v 1A and the typical USB port on a computer is for the USB 1.0 and 2.0 specs, a standard downstream port is capable of delivering up to 500mA (0.5A); with USB 3.0,

it moves up to 900mA (0.9A). I am using the 5v-1A port on my wood stand for power to the charger. If you believe the battery on the phone should work in the 20-80% charged range for longevity and allow discharging, the cord is easy removed, it attaches in the back into the base.

Two chargers are good. I keep one on the home office desk (I work @ home) and plan to put one in the bedroom.

For the bedroom one spec is that when you first put the phone on the stand a green ring lights up and turns of in about 5 seconds, just to let you know contact has been made; no flashing or continuous lights all night 🙂

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