Wireless charging puck with 5W power provides quick charging
LED charge indicator light lets you know when your device is charged
USB-powered charging puck is compatible with most smartphones
Perfect for keeping on a work desk or in your home office
Weight: 5.5 ounces
Batteries Charged Simultaneously: 1 (max)
Model Compatibility: Qi-enabled devices
Volts: 5 volts
Amps: 1 amps
Includes: USB Cable
Cable/Cord Length: 6 feet
Electronics Features: Surge protection, smart charging, short circuit protection, ready to use, charge indicator light, inductive charging, device detection
Input AC Voltage: 5
Input Amperage: 2 amps
Power Source: USB-powered
Item Number (DPCI): 080-08-0748
Ditch the cables and easily charge your device with this Wireless 5W Charging Puck from heyday™. This wireless charging pad is compatible with qi wireless enabled smartphone devices, offering five watts of power for quick charging. It's the perfect way to conveniently charge your phone without the fuss of cables dangling from it — simply place your phone onto the round pad for a quick and easy charge every time. Ensure your phone starts charging when placed on the pad, a slight adjustment in position might be needed if it doesn’t start to charge. Please note that a wireless charger is not as efficient as charging with a cable, so if you need a fast charge we recommend a heyday charging cable.
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I may have gotten a bad one, because I can not understand why anyone would rate this well! Didn't get to use it even once. It says it may not work with thick cases, and I get that, but even my heyday brand just clear plastic, basic case was too thick for this to work. I had to take my phone case off for it to register, and my XR is slippery, and so is this puck. Every time I would get my phone in the right position, which was already annoying as it would only register if it was exactly in the middle, my phone would slide off after a few minutes. I got things propped up around it to hold my phone onto the puck without it sliding off and watched, and after a minute I got the red and white flashing lights. The most annoying part though is how slippery it is and that my phone kept sliding right off. Couldn't even get a 1% boost in battery before my phone would slide off the charger and shoot onto the floor. Annoying. I got the dark teal, it's a pretty color, but it's a suuuuper cheap plastic.
Bought this because my S8+ got water damage and the port wouldn't work. It works wonders, and a great fix for $10.
It takes about 3.5 hours to fully charge my S8+.
It doesn't slip if it's on a stable surface.
I bought this two weeks ago in teal and liked it so much I got the white one a few days later for the office. Some reviews mention having to line it up, centered to get it to charge. No problem. That doesn’t really bother me. However, the teal one has begun losing power; it simply doesn’t charge my phone, which is not good when you rely on your phone as an alarm clock. When I looked the light on the charger was off (not red or white). I unplugged the cord from the charger, and it still didn’t work. I had to unplug from the outlet completely and back in for it to get power again. You get what you pay for I suppose.
Rotten. Waste of money. Was so looking forward to a stylish budget buy and it hardly works unless you very delicately and precisely place it on the exact position it needs to be in order to charge your phone. Another landfill item wrapped up in clever packaging.
Works fine with my iphone xs and note 9. People need to make sure their phone supports wireless charging. A person gave a bad review because their LG V20 wont charge. Guess what, the LG V20 doesn't support wireless charging. I am sure this is not the only example of people not knowing their phones capability with QI charging. Take a few minutes and find out before you buy something.
Cannot recommend. The first one worked for a couple of days, but that didn't matter since the phone (in a nonslick mophie case) would slip off the puck. Just used the charge cord, which works for my mophie case until one morning I was unplugging the cord and it bent to unusability. So just in case, I bought a second. Well, it worked for three days? And now it won't charge when the phone is in the case and of course when I take the phone out of its case and lay it directly on the charger it will charge - until it slips off the puck! Trying to rough up the surface of the puck, which I figured I'd give a go since I'm about to toss them, did not help. Do not recommend. Wish I'd just put the $20+tax toward a good wireless charging station.