Reddit Reddit reviews CHOETECH Wireless Charger, 10W Max Qi-Certified Fast Wireless Charging Pad Compatible with iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XS Max/X/8/8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+/S20/S20+/S10+/S9, AirPods Pro

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CHOETECH Wireless Charger, 10W Max Qi-Certified Fast Wireless Charging Pad Compatible with iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XS Max/X/8/8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+/S20/S20+/S10+/S9, AirPods Pro
【7. 5W /10W /5W Wireless Charging】Fast wireless charge up to 10W for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Note 10 Plus, S10, S10 Plus, S10E, S9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus, Note 9, Note 8, S7, S7 edge, S6 edge , 7.5W qi wireless charging for iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/Xs Max/XR/XS/X/8/8 Plus (Note: QC2.0/3.0 adapter needed for fast charge) and standard wireless charge for All Qi-enabled phones, AirPods 2, AirPods Pro and more.【Safer Charging】Using highly efficient components and an advanced chipset, charging intelligently, Qi & ETL Certified, integrated smart chip inside it that resist the wireless charging pad from over-heating, over-voltage and short circuit.【Ultra Sim & Anti-Slip】 0. 3 inches thickness, through countless data analysis, we have designed the most suitable size charging pad, which is perfect for small places but it's also big enough to put phone anywhere on it to charge, with anti-slip rubber to keep it stays in place.【Case Friendly Design】 Our qi wireless charger can identify your phone sensitive and support phone case within 5mm(0.2 inch) while 4mm(0.16 inch) is the best wireless charging distance to charging your phone (please Note that metal attachments or credit cards will interfere with charging ).【Easy to Carry】The slim, light weight design is travel-friendly and complements any environment.The qi wireless charger works with QI enabled device, one for all. 【What’s You Get】CHOETECH Qi Fast Wireless Charger, Micro USB Charging Cable, User Manual, Limited 18-Month and Lifetime Product Support.
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85 Reddit comments about CHOETECH Wireless Charger, 10W Max Qi-Certified Fast Wireless Charging Pad Compatible with iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max/XS Max/X/8/8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 10/Note 10+/S20/S20+/S10+/S9, AirPods Pro:

u/exjr_ · 13 pointsr/apple

I’m probably getting Samsung’s Wireless Charger (Fast Charge) or this one

u/JumboJellybean · 12 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

You can, for $10.59 on Amazon.

u/bjitty · 7 pointsr/Nexus7

I got this one last week. It looks decent I think. Had a nice texture. Was actually smaller than I thought it be.

Works fine with both my Nexus 7 and 5. Gets a little warm but from what I've read that's normal.

Only complaint is there is a bright blue LED light when it's charging. I put a piece of electric tape over it to solve problem.

I plan on getting a few more to keep around the house.

u/jamie79512 · 6 pointsr/askscience

We have achieved it quite a long time ago, and we use it for small scale transfer. For example QI cell phone chargers.

If you're asking why we don't use it to transmit electricity long distances there are two reasons:

  1. It's wildly inefficient. In fact, the larger the distance (and the more stuff in the way) the less efficient it is.

  2. It's hard to regulate. Power companies aren't going to start broadcasting electricity if they can't control who receives it (and calculate how much they're using).
u/Miadhawk · 6 pointsr/LGG3

Absolutely, I paid about $50 for the setup, $30 for a OEM international back cover from eBay, and another $20 for the wireless charger.

It looks really sleek on my table, and it charges my phone fast enough. Of course, wired charging is quicker, but this setup is far more convenient, you just drop your device onto the pad and its done. That is worth $50 to me, that and the fact the Qi standard means my Moto 360 and my future devices will be compatible. I've been using wireless charging with my S4 for a year prior, and I did not want to go back to wires.

u/rokorre · 6 pointsr/iphone

I have one of these
and I like it a lot
I have one of these at my office and I really like it too

Also I found these the other day and bought a bunch of them
$15 in my local stores but $50 online so YMMV

u/molotovsoup · 5 pointsr/MotoX

The receiver was $10 and the charging pad was $23 so $33 total. (Minus the Torx T4 screwdriver & pry tool which I already had).

It's actually much easier than it sounds;

I followed this video to remove the back cover, stuck the receiver to the adhesive on the back cover of the phone and plugged it in. I used a small piece of packaging tape to hold the ribbon cable in the perfect spot (so it's not super long but long enough that I can unplug it if necessary). Then just snapped the covers back together and voila!

The only drawback I've noticed is that the back cover is very thin so it sort of "forms" to the contours of the receiver inside. If you look closely at the second picture, you can kind of see the outline of the receiver. It's a minor complaint but worth mentioning.

u/CalcProgrammer1 · 4 pointsr/GalaxyNote3
u/anti-irl · 4 pointsr/Nexus5

Spigen 0.15mm glass screen protector (expensive, but worth it for the extra thinness imo, very happy with mine):

Qi charger (charges quickly, doesn't heat up, good size, not slippery/nice matte finish):

Bonus - cheap but awesome IEM setup: +

u/FearTheZ · 4 pointsr/droidturbo

I ordered this one since it has great reviews and is cheap.

u/Hugsnotbombs · 3 pointsr/Moto_Z

I have this one and it works for me:

u/Randall_Stevenz · 3 pointsr/iphone

Absolutely NOT....WAY, WAAAAY overpriced.

Get 2-3 of these:

I'm using them with my X and they work just fine.

u/PaperBlankets · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I have done this. I ran a Choetech pad, wita a cheep reciver attached to a cheep micro to mini usb adapter.

It was a hell of a lot of work to not be able to see if my keyboard was over the charger/charging...

Considering how long the battery life is though (I use this daily at work, 8+ hour days, I forget to charge it for a week at a time.) it could be really nice if you want to use this as a daily driver/at home at work.

u/MissingLintRoller · 3 pointsr/iphone

I have this one. Been using it for a couple months and it works great. There are other types from the same company that are under $20.

u/milkXmuffin · 2 pointsr/MotoX

I used this PowerBot Charging Pad and this other 3rd party pad both of which were able to charge my friend's Nexus 5 perfectly fine.

The two coils I used were this blue one for the S5 and this blue one for the Note 3. I checked the voltages that the coils were pulling and they were good, but I did not check the current.

My memory is a little fuzzy, but I think my moto skip still worked with the coil installed.

u/iiWoodstocK · 2 pointsr/droidturbo

With my Qi charger [(Choetech)] ( ) along with the 2.0A wall plug they sell from about 20% it takes about 4 hours to get to 100% and the max temp it rises to is right around 100°F.

Comparatively, a 1.0A 5V Samsung wall plug I have takes about 4.5 hours to charge 20% to 100%. But its also a lot cooler, I believe it doesn't really go over 85°F

Edit1: Formatting

Edit2: For the sake of comparisons, with my experience using the Turbo Charger, from 20% to 100% takes about 100 minutes for me, but the temperature rises to 112°F

Edit3: After reading the link /u/sightl3ss provided, the with Choetech Qi Charger I use, I have not experienced any of the battery capacity discrepancies. It goes 100%-5% just fine. Although I cannot definitively say that 15%-0% is normal as I usually charge somewhere between 15%-20% and rarely let it get to 5%

u/ninjashark · 2 pointsr/lgg2

I like the CHOE wireless chargers around the house for the convenience factor. With the battery life on the G2, I've yet to need to charge up quickly like all of my previous phones.

u/Carl_Gordon_Jenkins · 2 pointsr/applehelp

so just to give an update incase anyone else finds this post. I didn't have luck with the charger unfortunately. I got this guy. it works fine when the case is off but damn.. taking the case on and off is just as much work as plugging it in with the cord. bummer city.

u/jsz · 2 pointsr/iphone

i bought one of these, because it was cheap, and it works. i havent timed it or anything to compare it to a normal charger.

u/bujin_ct · 2 pointsr/nexus6
u/hsctigers71 · 2 pointsr/nexus6
u/MouseShank · 2 pointsr/nexus6
u/ZacMS · 2 pointsr/DIY

Thanks! Here's the link to the charger:

It's an listing, but I bet they have it on too.

u/ItsDatNYCDude · 2 pointsr/iPhoneX

That actually is cool and a good way to keep the overall cost of these charging pads down.

I ordered one of these since I've heard such great things about them. Doesn't do all that this pad does, but it's cheap enough to buy some and have quick charging throughout the house.

We'll soon see.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I've been using this one for about four months and it works great.

u/rerunx5 · 2 pointsr/LGG3

I been using the Choe Upgraded Qi Wireless charger for months now and have no problems with it.

There is also the Choe Stadium Qi Wireless charger.

I already tried RAVpower but I have issues using it.

u/green_banana_is_best · 2 pointsr/australia
u/3xDope · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I'm using the factory cable w/a Spigen Ultra Hybrid case and this Qi charger from Amazon:

Charges decently fast with no heat issues.

u/OldManHenry · 2 pointsr/Nexus7

I bought this one and I love it. When you set the Nexus on it, the screen will pop on to notify you it's charging, make sure to switch the screen back off or it will charge super slowly.

u/BilboSwagginz · 2 pointsr/iphone
u/ZeroTo325 · 2 pointsr/MotoG

I use this adapter between a TPU case and the phone and charge with this pad at home and this dock at work. The adapter and the pad used at home are great. The work dock buzzes so I don't recommend it. They will get hot if you're using your phone while charging but otherwise I've had no issues.

u/soup-lizard · 2 pointsr/razerphone

Wireless Charger, CHOETECH Qi...

This is what I use for all of my Android devices including the Razer phone 2

It is $14

u/TheAbstractAnt · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

Mine works fine with this this wireless charger. Stuff doesn't usually get in under the screen protector, but if its been in my pocket all day, you can tell.

u/Aptosauras · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I don't think that the next Nexus phone will be called the Nexus 6. That's why I called the next Nexus phone the 2014 Nexus 5.

But anyways, wireless Qi charging is slower than USB charging, but the great advantage is that if you have a few Qi chargers located around you, you just put your phone down and it starts to charge. The whole idea is to constantly be topping up your battery, not waiting for the battery to hit a critical level and then charging. No messing around with microUSB ports and aligning them properly.

I personally use the official Nexus charger, which has magnets that help to stick your phone to the charger. It's great, but a bit costly:

The Choe Qi Charger on Amazon looks good for $29.99. Buy two for $60 and have free shipping in the US.

u/anthonyjohnson77 · 2 pointsr/Nexus5

I think you should change the wireless charger instead of messing with it which is now just a piece of scrap. I am also using one to charge my Nexus 5 from almost 1 year and its working fine. I purchased it from Hope you will find the information useful.

u/withoutapaddle · 1 pointr/nexus4

I use this one:

It's kind of a middle ground between super cheap crap and official chargers. Works well, and looks stylish.

u/Renarudo · 1 pointr/LGG3

Chloe Qi Pad. I actually need to update the OP because I ran into some annoyances a month afterwards lol, ty for responding!

u/bink_uk · 1 pointr/GalaxyS6

I use one I found on Amazon UK

Works fine.

u/Encrypted_Curse · 1 pointr/Nexus5

For my first Qi charger, I bought the CHOE UPGRADED Charging Pad.

u/xeio87 · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

Interesting. Compared to my S5, the S7 seems waaay less picky about placement on my wireless pads.

I just have the "normal" Choetech pad (and an official Samsung one) and not a fast charge though...

u/batboy29011 · 1 pointr/Nexus7

This exact thing happened to mine so I bought and it works great charges my nexus 7 2013 just fine. The only issue is you gotta find the sweet spot and it's not that hard to find either. I highly recommend this product.

u/nyluhe · 1 pointr/LGG3

I bought this yesterday and I'm currently testing it out now. You have to get the placement of the G3 just right otherwise it won't charge and I bought this case which it won't charge through. It's frustrating trying to line it up just right so I'd see if there's a bigger one you could go for.

Other than that it seems to be pretty effective at charging but I'm tempted to get the CircleCase (if it really does let me charge with it in), the LG Leather Hard Back and the LG G3 Wireless Charger, even if it is much pricier.

EDIT: I am thinking of trying this one out, but I don't want to end up dropping another £20 on a charger that might not work.

u/Zeesis · 1 pointr/galaxys5

I haven't read anything about wireless charging not utilizing the full potential of the battery. It doesn't utilize the full charging capabilites/speed of the battery/phone, but a slower charge should only cause the battery to take longer to achieve a full charge, not alter the discharge or storage potential of the battery.

I ordered the wireless charging back plate awhile ago through Amazon, and last week got an update saying it should start shipping out towards the end of may... When it's a bit closer, I plan on getting this charger.

I don't have any experience with it, I just went off of the sheer number of purchases vs reviews vs cost. I also have an extra 2amp wall charger with cord, so there is no reason for me to buy a more expensive unit that comes with a charger... However, even without an extra charger on hand, I think i'd still get it based on the reviews and just use the S5 charger and an old USB cord, or buy a new cord for 5 bucks

u/Not_a_Lefty · 1 pointr/hardwareswap
u/shadow1515 · 1 pointr/Android

That's unfortunate, I suppose I got lucky. If you ever feel like trying another charger, this is the one I have. It's pretty cheap, prime-eligible, and I've been using it for about a month with no issues whatsoever. My phone is Qi-compatible by default though, I don't know if using an adapter/cover to receive the charge would reduce the reliability.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 1 pointr/droidturbo


u/sonsofaureus · 1 pointr/Workspaces

Amazon says this wireless charger is 0.3in thick. At $13, worth a try?

u/PusssyFart · 1 pointr/AndroidQuestions

I have a choetech that is 5w I use for overnight.

u/Docteh · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I don't think DIY QI charging is common enough that bare chargers would be cheaper.

~35cad (its 27usd) bare board:

~17cad for a cheap complete product:

u/pizzasplease · 1 pointr/droidturbo

Hey- I recently got this one for around $23.

CHOE UPGRADED Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad for Nexus 6,Moto Dro...

It works incredible, but it doesn't support turbo charging. Its really responsive and has a nice LED light though to let u know it's charging.

I use it just for when I go to bed and sometimes surf on my phone when I can't sleep, if you can handle not turbo charging and just want one for convenience it's pretty awesome

u/kkunjujiki · 1 pointr/galaxynote5

A lot of the fast chargers say that a 2A adapter is required as well. Im just hoping to see if this:

can fast charge if you use a 2A adapter

if not I would have to purchase this

u/bonked_or_maybe_not · 1 pointr/Nexus5

I've had great luck with this one

u/unclekoo1aid · 1 pointr/Android

I'm exploring Qi charging for the first time with my Droid Turbo. Have some questions though (specifically with the Choe wireless charging pad).

Sometimes when I leave my phone to charge on it overnight I notice when I wake up that it has barely charged and the pad/my phone are both fairly warm. Is there anything obvious that I'm doing wrong? I have a case on my phone but 99% of the time my phone charges just fine, its only very rarely this heat problem happens.

Any thoughts, or advice on Qi charging in general?

u/linh_nguyen · 1 pointr/nexus4

Love the Qi charger, totally worth it IMO. However, I'll go against the crowd on cheap ones... the one I have this one: and the damn thing phantom touches almost every time I put it on the charger. At least it is only initially, so I have to watch it for a few seconds to see where it goes, if it goes anywhere.

None of my N4 orbs have that issue.

u/sleven711 · 1 pointr/Nexus

Been using this wireless charger on my N5 for a year now and it works perfectly.

u/fab123 · 1 pointr/LGG3

Works perfectly fine with my moto 360. My NFC doesn't work either not sure if that helps

CHOE UPGRADED Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad for Nexus 6, SONY Xp...

u/Marcellus111 · 1 pointr/nexus6

I don't have one, but I saw posted elsewhere that the Choe charger works fine:

u/Wantfornothing · 1 pointr/ikeahacks

Yeah, they really are cheap and work just as well as the $50-60 Samsung stuff.

CHOETECH Qi Certified T511 Qi Wireless Charger Pad with Anti-Slip Rubber for iPhone 8 / 8 Plus, iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 / S8 / S8 Plus, S7 / S7 Edge and Qi-Enabled Devices

u/ImDaboogeyMan · 1 pointr/Nexus5

This one works perfectly every time, even with my rugged case.

u/plainoldasshole · 1 pointr/Nexus5

I asked not too long ago if I could use a wireless charger with a Ballistic Tough Jacket Maxx and was told that I shouldn't get the Tough Jacket because it costs over $100 and doesn't work with a wireless charger. Also that it would "ruin the user experience", whatever the heck that means.

Anyway, they were wrong on all accounts. The Tough Jacket was $32 (at the time) and it works fine with the charger that was suggested to me, which is the Choe Qi Charger. I ended up not getting the Tough Jacket Maxx because I wasn't keen on the screen protector and I don't need a belt clip. I just got the regular Tough Jacket, which is only $24 right now if you want the plain black. For a screen protector I got a Nilkin Nikay Tempered Glass screen protector.

I LOVE the case, the charger works fine, and the only problem with the screen protector is that there is a tiny area at the bottom, off of the screen, looks like it just doesn't want to stick. It's not a bubble, because I can press on it and it goes away for a little bit. Sooner or later though it comes back. It's not over the screen and it's barely visible so I don't really care. Anyway, I posted links to all the crap I bought. I dig it all, but you know, YMMV. Good luck

Choe Qi Charger

Tough Jacket

Nilkin Nikay Tempered Glass Screen Protector

u/3lvewyn · 1 pointr/reactiongifs

Sorry if I missed the sarcasm or anything, but if you're actually curious then here you go.

Not quite through "air waves", but close enough.

u/bitmeme · 1 pointr/iphone

Just bought this one

As a third attempt and love it. Super grippy pads on the bottom so it doesn’t skid around and the top is textured enough that the phone doesn’t move either (and just big enough that you don’t have to focus on placing the phone “just right” to charge)

u/DracheMitch · 1 pointr/windowsphone

I have this for my Lumia 920 and Nexus 4. It looks as nice IRL as it does in the pix. The LED can be a little bright at night, so I just put some Sharpie over it to dim it.

u/iammrh4ppy · 1 pointr/GalaxyS7

If youre down for a DIY I would look into Loc Line to hold up the phone.

What I would do is get this wireless charging pad and put magnets into it so that you can just slap your s7 on to the wireless charging pad.

I would attach that wireless charging pad to the loc line and figure out a way to clamp that sucker onto the desk.

I actually did the Wireless charging pad/Magnet MOD recently for my car. Works like a beast. I take sharp turns at 50-60mph and the wireless pad/magnets hold and charge regardless of the force applied on the setup.

Ill post a video in a half hour.

Hope these ideas help.

EDIT: THIS is fuckin baws. I would attach that wireless charging pad to that and the clamp goes the desk.

Another photo

u/mattyice871 · 1 pointr/moto360

I haven't gotten one yet, but I was thinking about this one or this one

u/azsqueeze · 1 pointr/nfl

Wireless chargers? Like one of these embedded in the arm rest. It would probably be really expensive though.

u/ssrij · 0 pointsr/iphone

MFi =/= "proprietary wireless charging". It's a certification program. Go read about it. It has absolutely nothing to do with Qi.

Anyway, here's the sources:
> The issue, however, may have to do with secure encryption. We’ve heard through unofficial channels that only supported partners (in this case Belkin and Mophie) will support the faster 7.5W charging.
> We get notice from Apple engineer that current IOS only support 5w qi wireless charging currently, 7.5w wireless charging is encrypted and never released to 3rd party manufacturer.

EDIT: Downvoting will not change the facts.

u/hollydolly088 · -1 pointsr/iphone

Choetech T511 7.5W Qi Wireless Charging Pad with Anti-Slip Rubber for Qi-Enabled Devices - Black

u/harry_infamos · -1 pointsr/iphone

16$ and works like a charm 👍🏼

CHOETECH Qi Certified T511 Qi Wireless Charger Pad with Anti-Slip Rubber