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RAVPower RP-PC068 Dual Coil Wireless Qi 10W Charging Stand was $29.99 Now $22.49 with Code IL9T5I75

Faster Charging & Widely Compatible: Compatible with all Qi-enabled smartphones – up to 10W fast charge mode
Portrait or Landscape: 2-coil Qi-certified wireless charger lets you enjoy and use your phone in either orientation
Ergonomic Design: Silicone anti-skid rubber, visible LED light to indicate charging process & air vents ensure efficient cooling
Safeguards Your Device: From overvoltage, overcurrent, overcharge, and short circuit
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RAVPower RP-PC083 5W Qi Wireless Charging Pad was $15.99 Now $11.99 with Code WD4VFCT2

Anti-Skid Grooved Build: Charging pad features subtle, but grippy vertical ridges that hold your phone securely in place.
Broadly Compatible: With all Qi-enabled or Qi receiver-equipped devices. Conveniently power your mobile phone.
Stable Qi Wireless Charger: Qi certification pairs with overcharge over-current, over-voltage, and high-temperature protections.
Designed for Safety: Anti-slip silicone bottom keeps the wireless charging base from accidentally falling off.
30 Month Warranty: Get 18 months out of the box and an extra 12 months by simply registering the Qi charger on RAVPower.com
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Setting a new standard for wireless charging, our pioneering HyperAir delivers the fastest charging speeds for both iOS & Android devices – all with the same charger. Unlike traditional wireless portable chargers that overheat affecting charging speed & battery health, HyperAir features triple temperature controls with 15% faster heat dispersion.

RAVPower RP-PB080 HyperAir 10W Wireless Portable Charger & 10400mAh Powerbank was $69.99 Now $52.99 with Code CHA44HQT

7.5W fast charging for iPhone: for iPhone 8/8 Plus/X/XR/XS/XS Max with iOS 11.2 or later than traditional 3.5W – 5W chargers
10W fast charging for Samsung: power your compatible Samsung Device, like the Galaxy S8 in as little as 3.85 hours
Works with any Qi devices: HyperAir devices will deliver the fastest charging speeds for your Qi-enabled device.
Power up 2 devices simultaneously: thanks to a wireless charging top surface and a USB port.
2X faster recharge: RAVPower wireless battery pack recharges twice as fast in 6 hours with a 2a/ 2.4a AC charger
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Comments

  • +3 votes

    https://www.wirelesspowerconsortium.com/products

    Here you can search for proper Qi certified products, including the Ravpower ones in the post

  • +2 votes

    Thanks op grabbed one.

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    Op - What wattage adapter is required for the charging mat and is the iphone XR supported?

  • +2 votes

    I'm a bit confused by the RAVPower RP-PB080 HyperAir 10W Wireless Portable Charger & 10400mAh Powerbank

    Please do not plug your device in to charge and set the device down on the wireless charging top at the same time.

    And yet at least one of the pictures appears to show exactly that ?!?

    • +1 vote

      Hey Mate, thanks for spotting I will pass it on to the SunValley Rep.

      I think the wording could use a little bit of work as well.

      • +1 vote

        And also, what about?

        Wireless charging stops working at 0% battery

        vs

        Please do not use wireless charging when battery drops below 25%

        • +1 vote

          I am going to write something for them and suggest they change it.

          • +1 vote

            @xev: Thanks,

            The first one would seem obvious anyway, since it would be hard to charge anything with 0% battery ;-)

            But the second one is a bit of a concern if true…
            Will it cause damage to the battery?
            … and if so is there an auto cut-off?

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      I did this with a cheap ebay charger and it fried the charger and melted/burnt a hole the plastic. Lucky it did not cause a fire or ruin my note 8.

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    To reach full efficiency, a 15W or higher QC 2.0 / 3.0 adapter is needed

    Does this mean that this puts out 15W with the right adaptor? Where can this be purchased?

  • +3 votes

    Sorry OP but I refuse to buy products still sticking with a cheaper MicroUSB port. It just means that if you want to unplug and charge your phones by cable, you'll need an adaptor to do so. Blitzwolf has made a new design with C port, RAV should revise the design too.

  • +1 vote

    Grabbed stand and pad last time, they work great. don't hesitate.

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    Hi Xev,

    Can you please tell me the difference between the (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07K12B481) and the (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07JVHXV9C)?

    And can you do a deal on them?

    (Congrats on 100 posts!)

    P.S using Galaxy S8

    • +1 vote

      Thanks, Mate. I really should have done a special sale to celebrate 100 posts, I might do it for 100 SunValley posts instead.

      They will both charge your phone at the same rate. The first one you linked has vents to provide for better heat dissipation and the second, is a more slimline model and is not as high or wide as the first.

      I don't have codes for those right now but I hope too within the next couple of weeks :)

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    are they working with XS max?

  • +1 vote

    My note 9 with samsung genuine case doesn't charge and red light blinks. It was ok at the first 2 months but now it charges the phone whenever it wants to.

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      Yup, same issue with this exact charger and a Samsung Note 8. With or without a case. It worked perfectly for a month or so, but now it's just a red blinking light whenever I try to use it. I've tried different cables, no luck. This is the third one I've gone through (the other two were different brands, all 'cheaper' chargers off ozbargain) and they all did the same thing, to within a few weeks of each other.

      On the plus side, it's the most solid stand I've tried, and while it was actually working it was the best one I used.

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    Bought this Ravpower Stand one for my Samsung s9 last time it came as a deal. Very disappointed with slow charging. Take ages to charge

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    Can the portable wireless charger be charged and charge at the same time? Kind of like a UPS charger?

    Thinking of always having the battery being charged in my cars “Phone Box” - so when the car is powered off, my phone keeps charging?

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      They don't recommend trying to Charge the powerbank while trying to wirelessly charge a phone at the same time.

      It's also not recommended to leave any powerbank in a car, especially in the Australian summer. I looked into it as I wanted to leave my Dash Cam constantly running in my car using a powerbank so I didn't have to risk my car's battery running flat.

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        Great reply, thanks!

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        I understand it's not recommended to, but can it?

        Most of the time I have no problem with only charging or discharging, but sometimes (such as in an airport and not many outlets available) it might be nice to have the ability to do so, even if it's not recommended to do so on a daily basis.

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    Do these wireless chargers work with pixel 3? No mention on the page…

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      If the regular Pixel 3 is the same as the XL as far as wireless charging, then OP mentioned further up that it’ll work.

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      Yes, but only to 5W. Google prevents the Pixel 3s from charging any faster.

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    Does this work with Apple AirPods?

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    Does this quickcharge with the v30?

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      From what I have just read, the LG V30 doesn't support Wireless fast charging.

      It should charge up to 5W though

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        It apparently works with 15W although I don't think it's on the official published specs - there's a thread over on xda about it.

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        According to this, it should be up to 10w?

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          gsmarena are good at getting specifications wrong. The LG V30 only supports 15W fast charging and if the charger doesn't do 15W then it'll revert to 5W and not 10W or 7.5W.

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    Does the 10W one fast charge Lg V30+ ?

    • +1 vote

      You'll be limited to 5W. You need a 15W charger :)

    • +1 vote

      The description claims that plugging your 15w QC power supply into this wireless charger will enable it to output 10 watt, which is what the V30 is supposed to accept as it's maximum(10.5w in the LG spec).

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    These items look great but I'm just wondering if Apple Watch charging is supported by these?

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    So the 5w will charge my s8 just as quick as the 10w?

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    Hello REP
    Does this unit come with the AC power adaptor

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    Without looking closely, I just bought the below for my iPhone XS Max.
    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07KRWKT9W

    Will it work? Probably charges at slower rate?

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