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BlitzWolf BW-FWC7 15W Wireless Charger US$10.99 (~A$14.42) Delivered @ Banggood AU

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Deal for a BlitzWolf BW-FWC7 Wireless Charger Fast Wireless charger for around $14.50 from an Australian Warehouse.

Main Features:

15W Max + 80% Conversion Rate
Provides 15W, 10W, 7.5W, 5W Output for different devices in order to fulfil your various demand conveniently.

Foreign Object Detection:
If a metallic foreign object is detected, the LED will flash, and charging will pause.

Wide Compatibility:
Compatible with all Qi-enabled devices. Simply place the device on the wireless charger to begin charging.

Advanced Protection System:
Over Voltage Protection + Over Current Protection + Over Temperature Protection + Metal Object Detection protects your device and ensures safe operation.

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  • +2

    Does anyone have experience with this and Samsung s21.

    • Same question.
      I'm also undecided between this and the baseus 15W which is 20% off on ebay plus.

    • Normal wireless charging. Not fast wireless charging. Tried removing the cover as well. Try getting cygnet's wireless chargers, they're good.

  • Would this work on Samsung Note 10+ and iPhone 12?


    • +2

      I use this for my Note 10+, works fine. Takes about 2h 30m to charge and the charger shuts off automatically once the phone is full. The only quirk is when the charger is sitting on the bedside, the leds can be a little bright at night when there is nothing on it.

      • +1

        Thank you very much @ConsumerAffairs


  • +1

    Don't forget cashrewards, got the below.

    Your cash is on its way!
    AUD 0.71


    • Are you sure you'll get the cash back? I thought Cash Rewards didn't provide a cash back if you use a code as well?

  • Any recommendations for a 15W without LEDs?

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