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Journey Magsafe Compatible 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand with Wall Charger $88 (RRP $148) + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Harvey Norman


White also available. Link to white one


The Journey MagSafe Compatible 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand with Wall Charger makes it a breeze for you to bring your smart watch, smartphone, and wireless earpods (each sold separately) to a full charge all at the same time.

Product Type Wireless Chargers
Brand Journey
Colour Black

Compatibility Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch Series 4, Apple Watch Series 5, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max
Manufacturers Express Warranty (months) 12

MagSafe phone charging @ 10 watts
Airpods wireless charging @ 5 watts
Apple watch charging @ 3 watts

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  • Good deal, just bought it a week ago from Costco for $99 which I thought was a bargain.

    • Did you get black or white?

      • +1

        Costco was only selling white

    • If it was a week ago you could take it back for a refund.

  • Will this work with usb-c to usb-c into a iMac?

  • +1

    Cheers OP, good find!

  • will it work if you have a non-magsafe case?

  • Thanks
    Was hunting for 1 for a birthday present, free pickup. :)

  • Thanks, picked one up and it works and looks great

  • Perfect to use the gift card from switch sports

  • +4

    Just picked this up, was looking for a cheap 3-in-1 charger for my bedside table.

    tl;dr - I am returning it, and it’s not “Made for MagSafe” (which allows wireless charging up to 15W).

    I am aware that it says “MagSafe compatible”, but I was very iffy with it saying that it’s charging at 10W for iPhone 12/13, even though Apple’s wireless charging can only max out at 7.5W if it’s not “Made for MagSafe” certified.. So… where’s the other 2.5W going to?

    I’ve just come home to test it and it doesn’t do the MagSafe charging animation, which would enable wireless charging at the higher speeds (up to 15W). The only “MagSafe” thing it does is just the magnets that hold up the device, which seems to align with this article.

    I was asking the HN staff for clarity on the MagSafe protocol, but they don’t seem to have any idea apart from the magnets holding it up, which isn’t exactly the full MagSafe technology. When I asked if I can return it, they were very adamant that I can’t return it for change of mind, even if it’s “working as expected” with their incorrect understanding of MagSafe. I will be pushing for ACL, since the box shows the MagSafe charging animation, but it doesn’t show it on my iPhone - so I wouldn’t have too much trouble.

    Just thought I’d share that for those still thinking about it. Perhaps 7.5W is fine for some people, but you’re better off getting some cheaper non-MagSafe options elsewhere, or paying more for a proper MagSafe solution.

    • -1

      I found it was a gimmick, gravity is more reliable so i just got a standard one that at least does 15W


    • Interesting. Thank you for the fine details. I am enlightened. I am an Android user and purchased this for my wife.

    • Thanks. Was on the fence about this because of exactly what you've mentioned, and will now give it a miss.

    • Very helpful thanks !

  • +1

    The wireless charger aspect is…fine I guess but not MagSafe in function but uses the MagSafe magnets only. The Watch dock is extremely slow. Like beyond acceptable speeds as compared to the charging puck that came with my series 7

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