The Boost Charge Pro 3-in-1 costs about the same as our top pick from Mophie, and it comes with a wall adapter, unlike Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger. Belkin’s two-year warranty covers both the charger and connected devices. Apple’s MagSafe Charger is designed to work with the iPhone 12 series, but it is also perfect for your AirPods Pro. It provides 15W charging speeds, making it one of the fastst wireless chargers on the market. If you have an iPhone 12 and AirPods Pro, this is the best wireless charger to get. A simple and straightforward charger for all of your mobile Apple devices, mophie’s 3 In 1 Wireless Charging Pad is designed to seamlessly blend into its surroundings. Sporting a minimalistic, rounded-edge shape, the charging pad packs a Qi charger for your iPhone, Apple Watch, and Air pods, with a raised stand for the smartwatch and a small depression for the wireless earbuds. A 7.5W charging rate can quickly replenish a device’s battery life, while the coils are hidden beneath a premium “Ultrasuede” cover, adding an extra dose of style to this unassuming Apple accessory. The mophie 3 in 1 Wireless Charge Pad can also send a charge through cases as thick as 3mm and is backed by a two-year manufacturer’s warranty. With an 8,000mAh (18.5Wh) Lithium-polymer rechargeable cell, this mobile charger can fully replenish the battery of the latest iPhone at least twice, while delivering a charge at a rate as quickly as 10W .
If you just want the charging block, then it costs between $39 and $139 depending on the wood you choose. You can also choose to add a USB-C cable and power supply for an extra $20 and there’s an option for custom engraving. Although small and light, the bottom of the charging pad is silicone and it grips well on most surfaces. The finish on the top is ideal if you don’t like to cover the glass back of your phone with a case, as it both pads and grips the back of your phone. There is a small, white LED on the front, which pulses gently when charging and stays lit when your phone is fully charged. It’s not too bright compared to some others, but you might want to make sure it faces away from you if you’re placing it on your nightstand. We’re not going anywhere at the moment, but when we’re back to flying around the globe, try this charger. It packs small, but you can construct it into a cube, and each side has a unique function. The top can charge your earbuds; you can pull out latches on two sides to wirelessly charge two phones; and then there’s a night light on the back and an alarm clock on the front.
I like that there are four matte colors—white, black, blue sage, and lilac—which might help match your decor if you plan to have this is a more open location like your living room. The included USB-C charging cable can’t be detached from the charger, which is kind of annoying, but it’s a nice matching grey color and a reasonable four-foot length, though I would prefer it be a little longer. Like the Otto Q charging pad, the Lounge Q stand is “Inspired by Danish furniture.” They’re quite obviously parts of the same line, with dark brushed metal accents and muted grey fabric. I like the design a lot, and think it would look good on most desks or bedside tables. I had no trouble charging my phone with a thick case on it, either on the stand or the pad area. And you don’t have to be too precise with the placement, either. The charging lights are tiny and dim, so as not to be distrating next to your bed at night. Most iPhone users don’t really need a 3-in-1 wireless charging dock. It’s only of use if you have an iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods with the wireless charging case,and you really want to charge them all in the same place.
An annoying seam around the edge where the felt-like bottom material meets the sleek top material. It has a permenantly-attached charging cable that ends in a USB-A plug, for which you have to supply your own power adapter. It only works with adapters that have an output current of at least 2A at 5V, so you can’t use the adpater that came with your iPhone. The company will happily sell you a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 compatible 18W adapter for $19, or you can use an iPad adapter. The new stand looks good, as long as you’re okay with the white color. A small blue charge indicator on the front is subtle enough to use on your bedside table. The angle is steep enough to make it suitable for unlocking your iPhone X with Face ID while your phone is resting on your desk. I had no trouble charging my AirPods or iPhone with this, even when I put a relatively thick case on my phone. Your placement doesn’t have to be very precise, though the pad is perhaps smaller than you’d imagine. While these other chargers weren’t our favorites, they may suit your own needs.
It’s capable of fast-charging many of the newest Samsung Galaxy and Note models by pushing through a whopping 10W of power. You can also fast-charge the latest iPhone models using Apple’s maximum charge input of 7.5W. The Logitech Powered 3-in-1 Dock is the best wireless charger for those who are juggling an iPhone, AirPods or AirPods Pro and an Apple Watch. This device supports all three at once, so you can just drop these devices on the dock and just start charging. If you want to charge more than one device at once, the best wireless charger for you is the the Logitech Powered 3-in-1 dock. It’s on the pricey side at $129, but this accessory delivers juice to an iPhone, AirPods or AirPods Pro and Apple Watch all at the same time. These are the best wireless chargers for keeping your iPhone or Android phone juiced up. In fact, Ikea has already been at work on this, and rolled out a suite of wireless charging products for the home.
The Base Station Pro can charge devices at up to 7.5W, although the thickness of your phone case may reduce that speed. Nomad is using cutting-edge technology to make its charger work, and has said it’ll release software updates to improve this hardware over time. You will need to connect it to your computer to install updates, but I’ve gone through the process and it’s very simple. Most wireless charging pads require you to plug them into a power source, like an outlet or a computer, but AUKEY’s is built into a battery bank, so it’s totally portable. The battery pack has an 20,000 mAh battery with two USB ports (one USB-C, one USB-A), which has enough juice to fully recharge an iPhone 11 six times. It costs about $60, nearly double the price of many other wireless chargers. And it includes an AC power adapter that connects to the charger via DC barrel connector rather than micro USB. Like its flat charging pad cousin, Samsung’s fast-charging wireless stand isn’t much of a looker.
It’s a charging stand and has a large surface, which means it has a delightfully ergonomic design that I can take full advantage of. I can place my phone in either portrait mode or landscape mode and use it while it’s charging. It can easily detect your phone and charge it no matter what position you place it in. It also has the nifty feature of blinking repeatedly when there is anything such as metal or magnetic cards and objects within the detection area of the charger. Normally, I hate unnecessary blinks and bloops – but I appreciate this warning feature. Coins, ID cards, bank cards, iron, etc, will interfere with the charging of your phone. If you place a credit card near the charger the magnetic strip might be demagnetized, rendering the credit card useless. So, it’s a good idea to always ensure these things are nowhere near the vicinity of the charger when it is on. Not only was my GPS on, but I was also constantly switching between social media and some videos I was watching on YouTube. That must be one fast charger for my iPhone to be fully charged in two hours with that level of activity.
What’s more, wireless charging is more reliable in harsh environments such as industrial and outdoor locations because it enables completely sealed system designs. And with wireless charging technology becoming more widespread in public spaces and in private and public transportation, you can quickly and easily charge your devices on the go. You can also charge multiple devices without having to untangle charging cables. If you’re like us and find your phone running out of power with alarming regularity, then it’s worth seriously considering a change. We’ve done a lot of testing to find the best wireless chargers and today we’re comparing Mophie Powerstation Wireless XL and Choetech T511. The principles of using a wireless charging pad are similar to those of using a wall charger. Wireless charging is becoming all the rage, and I can understand why. There’s a convenience to dropping a phone onto a charging pad that you just don’t get from scrabbling under the bed or desk for the cable and then fumbling it into the port. While it’s not a fast or particularly efficient way to charge a device, we live in a time when expediency rules.
The induction means most mobile devices made after 2016 will charge without having to fret over whether or not you have the right USB cable. This is a hybridization of the mount/cradle concept, intended to simply sit in the cigarette lighter plug. This is an interesting idea, but it may be wobbly and get in the way. The induction charging is very fast, but the USB is only 2.1 A which is incredibly slow for most modern devices. It will not, however, work with smartwatches and handheld gaming devices which have interference-resistant circuitry that still somehow passes FCC regulations. There’s no single right type of charger for everyone, and given the number of types of phones out there, even the right style of charger needs variations to account for this. Its convenient and slim design slips into pockets, and you can trust the 3-in-1 cable to power any device.