out of stock RAVPower RP-PC063 Qi Certified Wireless Charging Pad - up to 10W Fast Charger - $13.99 + Post (Free $49+/Prime) @ Amazon

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RAVPower RP-PC063 Qi Certified 10W Wireless Fast Charger was $18.99 Now $13.99 with Code GB42U2ND

Get a taste of future charging with the RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad! Place your Qi-enabled and Quick Charge device onto the pad and it will charge at a speedy 7.5 to 10W output. Your device does not support Quick Charge? The pad will charge all other Qi-enabled devices at a standard 5W.

RAVPower doesn’t only free you of cables, but takes away any concern about charging safety. In conjunction with a repertoire of safeguards against overcurrent, overheat, over-voltage, and short circuit, the Qi charging station comes with RAVPower’s LIFETIME warranty. A discreet, yet visible LED indicator turns blue or green to indicate whether the pad is in standby or charging respectively.

Register for your free Lifetime Warranty by going to www.RAVPower.com

Fast Charge & Wide Compatibility: Fast Charges up to 10W for Qi-enabled and Quick Charge devices.
Safer Qi Charging: Qi certification pairs with overcurrent, overheat, over-voltage, and short circuit safeguards.
Tips for Optimal Usage: Charge full throttle by using a 15W or higher QC2.0/QC3.0 adapter.
Discreet, Informative LED Indicator: LED light turns blue or green to indicate whether it’s in standby or charging.
Samsung Galaxy up to 10W: S6 edge+/S7/S7 Edge/S8/S8+/S9/S9+/Note8/Note 9
iPhone at 5 to 7.5W: 8/8 Plus/X/XR/XS/XS Max
Other Phones 5W: For Qi-enabled, non-Quick Charge devices.
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Founded by SunValley in 2011, RAVPower has grown to become the one-stop power charging solution for millions of customers from around the world. Their wide variety of portable chargers range from high-capacity external battery packs to travel-friendly multiport USB chargers to high-tech offerings which utilize Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology. They are now officially entering the Australian market and will be adding more and more products to their Amazon AU store. To find out more about RAVPower and their products or register to get your Free Extended Warranty visit www.RAVPower.com


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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Wow, great post, xev. Well detailed. Just the way I like to see posts.

  • +1 vote

    Any suggestions on an AU adapter to go with this wireless charger? (For iPhone)?

    If there are any recommendations from Amazon I can purchase it together

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      I would recommend using the one that came with your phone.

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        Wouldn't that be way too slow? It's only a 5W adapter (iPhone).

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          I don't have an iPhone so am unfamiliar but I believe the newer iPhone's (XS/XS Max/XR) are supposed to do up to 7.5W.

          I know there was some controversy over how fast the 8/8 Plus/X could charge, it was supposed to be 7.5 but was only 5 and an update was supposed to fix it?

          I am sorry I am a bit uncertain but I am sure another OzBargain member will know more about it.

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            @xev: Oh yeah the new iPhones are supposed to be able to have a higher charging speed. The issue is more that that depends on the power adapter that is plugged into the wireless charger, if its supplies too little power to the wireless charger, then the wireless charger will deliver a much slower speed to the phone. I think normally its recommended to use a QC 3.0 /2.0(?) charger with this for top speeds hence why comment OP was asking for recommendations.

            Thanks anyway OP, bought one.

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              @orbz: Thanks for clarifying, I wasn't actually sure.

              It would be best to go for a QC3.0 charger 15W or higher.

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            @xev:

            I don't have an iPhone so am unfamiliar but I believe the newer iPhone's (XS/XS Max/XR) are supposed to do up to 7.5W.

            They can but not all Qi chargers support 7.5w for the iPhone, including models that can go higher on Android. The Amazon listing suggests this will max out at 5W on the iPhone and won't do 7.5w. The XS/Max etc aren't listed but I doubt they are any different to the X, 8 and 8 Plus that all supported 7.5w also for select chargers.

            Compatible Models:
            10W Charging for Samsung Galaxy Note8 / Note5 / S9 / S9 Plus / S8 / S8+ / S7 / S7 edge / S6 edge+
            5W Charging for iPhone X / 8 / 8 Plus

            RavPower does have other models that explicitly state 7.5w support for Apple devices.

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    Thanks for the deal! Nice that it comes with lifetime warranty. How does it work? Do we contact Amazon if there's something wrong with the charger?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks! Ordered. My Samsung one died and my charging port is a bit finicky.

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    Can this be used with a Samsung galaxy watch without overcharging?

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    How is the led ? Is it bright ? Planning to use it on my bedside table.

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    How does this one differ from the one that you posted yesterday? They look different, but I couldn't identify any other obvious differences.

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      Performance wise they have the same stats, this one is a bit wider and taller, by around 5mm each way.
      The top is entirely rubberized. It has a more discreet light.

      • +1 vote

        I purchased the one from yesterday but prefer this one with a more discreet light. Can you help mw cancel my order so I can order this one?

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          Unfortunately, as the orders are fulfilled by Amazon you would have to contact them to cancel.

          If you have Amazon Prime and it is too late to cancel, they have free returns on unopened items.

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    how does this compare with the xiao mi ones posted here recently?

  • +2 votes

    Thanks bought 1 to try at work :)

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    Any feedback on what this is like compared to the Blitzwolf charger from the other day? I’ve bought that but if this is just as good/better I may give this one a crack as well.

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    Just got one after researching for a long time. Hope it's great. Thanks!

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    do they make ones that can fit on the vent of your car?

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      Yes they do, they will release into the Australian Market in the future.

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    spec wise looks very similar to my Mcdodo wireless charger, was pretty happy with that. wouldn't mind to give this a try to compare. thanks op for the price.

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    unavailable :(

    • +2 votes

      I will ask the Rep for a new deal as soon as they can get new stock.

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    Was about to purchase but it's now sold out :(

    Will there be more stock Xev?

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    ozbargained AGAIN

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      I will ask the Rep for a new deal as soon as they can get new stock.

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    Restock?

    • +1 vote

      I will ask the Rep for a new deal as soon as they can get new stock.

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    I know its expired, but those with a new iPhone Xs or Xs Max will be able to charge at 10W.

    Apple has upgraded the induction coils in the new iPhones therefore raising the charge from 7.5W to 10W.

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    Can these charge through a Spigen case?

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    Be nice if new stocks come through too! Thanks :-)

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