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Fast (10W) Wireless Charger for Car or Desk $37.50 + Delivery @ Kase

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Go Free is the simplest solution for in-car wireless charging. With the combination of powerful rare earth magnets and built-in Qi wireless technology, charging your phone securely in your car has never been easier now. Your phone will hold magnetically while being charged up!

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    Is this a deal or spam?

    • This is definitely spam territory.

      I've lost count of the amount of "amazing" Qi charger "deals" recently - surely we need a moratorium on these?

  • but you need a metal case for to use the magnet, and that would get in the way of the wireless charging, or heat up during charging and become a fire risk

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      no you don't. you just need metal 'around' where the wireless coil is on the phone. The charger says it comes with an O ring so provided you position that correctly on your phone it should work just fine.

      I have an s10e and a spigen thin fit case. I cut a couple of metal strips from a metal plate from an old magnetic car mount, and stuck them to the case avoiding the coil at the back. Works fine with wireless charging and my magnetic holder (pitaka).

      • This is just an example, i was told by a phone repair place to avoid metal cases if i want to you use wireless charging https://www.reddit.com/r/AndroidQuestions/comments/4db0yb/wi...

        • yea, if you put the metal disc in line with my the phone's wireless coil then it's going to heat up.

          This is what I've done to mine: https://i.imgur.com/JRdrReL.jpg

          I cut the disc into 2 pieces and aligned them to the car holder AND avoiding the phone's wireless coil.

          • @jigna27: which the coil is right in the middle of most phones and usually a big circle as wide as the phone

          • @jigna27: Most phone cases arent made like that tho, thats a custom way to do it

            • @asa79: Yea this is my 'hack'. All I'm pointing out is that the O ring or whatever method a person uses, so long as it avoids the wireless coil on the back of a phone wireless should work. Wireless coils that i've seen on every teardown of a phone is usually the same size, but yes, if the phone is relatively small then it will take up more real estate on the back

  • the iphone in the photo will not charge “fast” enough

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