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[Amazon.ca] Anker wireless Qi Charger - 12.99 w/ Amazon Prime

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[Amazon.ca] Anker wireless Qi Charger - 12.99 w/ Amazon Prime

Amazon has the black Anker wireless Qi fast charger on sale for 12.99 if you have Prime membership. 14.99 without Prime.

This is a good price for a quality fast wireless charger with a great warranty/customer service.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07THHQMHM
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Is it just me, or did the price just go back up?
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You need to apply the $4 coupon
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awesome, just ordered a few (separate orders)
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which charging bricks do you recommend for a good price?

these things need the QC3.0 for fast charging
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You could probably take the lid off, wire it to a PD USB-C under a centre console or somewhere else based on your vehicle, and make a wireless charger like I did (not mine, but same):

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fengfeng wrote: Micro USB connection :( I’m out.
Are you planning on removing the micro usb cable from the charging unit frequently? Why does this even matter lol.

I’d rather Anker keeps prices lower instead of adding a more expensive and useless feature to a wireless charging device.
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Any good deal on a wall charger to power this wireless pad?
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moufasa wrote: Are you planning on removing the micro usb cable from the charging unit frequently? Why does this even matter lol.

I’d rather Anker keeps prices lower instead of adding a more expensive and useless feature to a wireless charging device.
Because it’s 1 less cable to carry around. Also PD fast charging adapters use usb c connections so I prefer devices with that connection. The convertible stand style Samsung wireless charger for $19 was a better deal since it came with an adapter and the charger can be converted to both stand and flat style. It’s also usb c.
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If anyone can give me advice I am super confused with all this PD and different charger talk.

From my understanding PD is basically only usb-C to usb-C, then there are different wattage support. For example phones only use up to 30-W so no point in getting more, but laptops can use up to 100-W. The cable and wall charger need to be picked according to this.

How much worst is a usb type a to usb type c charger ?
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fengfeng wrote: Because it’s 1 less cable to carry around. Also PD fast charging adapters use usb c connections so I prefer devices with that connection. The convertible stand style Samsung wireless charger for $19 was a better deal since it came with an adapter and the charger can be converted to both stand and flat style. It’s also usb c.
Are you planning on carrying a wireless charging device around with you? This is mainly intended for convenience, not charging speed.

I carry one USB C cable in my bag and use it with my PD charger for all my devices when I’m not at home. They designed this device for 99% of people that will leave it on their desk/nightstand.

If micro usb is an issue then you bought the wrong device.
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theman24 wrote: If anyone can give me advice I am super confused with all this PD and different charger talk.

From my understanding PD is basically only usb-C to usb-C, then there are different wattage support. For example phones only use up to 30-W so no point in getting more, but laptops can use up to 100-W. The cable and wall charger need to be picked according to this.

How much worst is a usb type a to usb type c charger ?
USB-C has max power throughput of 100W, where standard USB is 2.5W max. USB-C is way more futureproof, and has the potential to charge PD's about 30x faster.
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moufasa wrote: Are you planning on carrying a wireless charging device around with you? This is mainly intended for convenience, not charging speed.

I carry one USB C cable in my bag and use it with my PD charger for all my devices when I’m not at home. They designed this device for 99% of people that will leave it on their desk/nightstand.

If micro usb is an issue then you bought the wrong device.
This makes no sense since I didn’t buy this charger and I explicitly explained why.

Also I like the convenience of using my existing USB C adapters. I mean like you said it’s all about convenience amirite? ;)

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