Wireless fast charging

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Wireless Charger 4-in-1 with iPhone, Airpods and Apple Watch

Charge your devices fast

Why take things slow, when faster is more exciting? With our fast charging wireless chargers you will never go slow again. Fast charge your smartphone in the blink of an eye. Have 2 phones? We got your back with our dual wireless chargers with fast charging. Also convenient when you want to charge your AirPods or Apple Watch.

Unsure what fast charging entails? Let us explain as your wireless charging experts. What is fast charging? Does your phone support fast charging? What is Samsung Fast Charge and Apple Fast Charge? What kind of adapter do you need to use fast charging?

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What is wireless fast charging?

Fast charging (also known as quick charge) charges the battery faster by increasing the charging power. This results in shorter charging times. In order to use fast charging, you need a mobile device that supports fast wireless charging. And a wireless charger that supports fast charge with an adapter that can deliver the required power

For example, the Apple iPhone X supports both normal (wireless) charging and fast wireless charging. To quickly charge this phone, you need a wireless charger for Apple Fast Charge

All our wireless chargers support Apple Fast Charge and Samsung Fast Charge.


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How does fast wireless charging work?

With fast charging, the charger transfers more energy to your phone while charging. Transferring more energy means it takes less time to charge your phone. This is especially effective when your battery is almost empty. The charging speed decreases slightly as your battery gets fuller to protect your device. Therefore, fast charging is mainly suitable to quickly charge an almost empty battery so you can go some additional hours with power.

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How much faster will my battery charge?

To state the obvious: fast charging is faster than normal charging. It is difficult to say exactly how much faster as it depends on several factors, such as the state of your battery, the manufacturer or temperature. iPhones for example have hard-coded safety limits that power down fast charging when the battery level reaches 80%.

Do you want to charge your phone as fast as possible? Make sure you place your phone in the middle of the wireless charger and plug the charger into the wall outlet rather than a USB port.

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Samsung Fast Charge & Apple Fast Charge

Samsung and Apple use different methods for fast charging. Consequently, a Samsung fast charger works with a Samsung device. But it may not always work with an Apple iPhone or vice versa. Therefore, it is important to check if a wireless charger supports Samsung Fast Charge or Apple Fast Charge.

All our wireless chargers support both Apple and Samsung Fast Charge. Convenient if you were to switch to another brand. Or if family or friends have a different smartphone.

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What the watt?

Watt (W) and wireless charging are often mentioned in the same sentence. But how many watt do you need? Is bigger always better or even necessary? This highly depends on the smartphone or device you want to charge.

In almost every case 10 watt will suffice for the fastest wireless charge. This will for instance fast charge your Samsung Galaxy device at maximum capacity (9W being the current capped maximum). For iPhones up to the iPhone 11 series, the maximum wireless charging power is capped at 7,5 watt. For the iPhone 12 series and up this is increased to 15W for the official Apple MagSafe charger only.

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Safely fast charging

Qi sets the standard for safety when it comes to wireless chargers. The Qi certification is governed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). The WPC is a group of leading companies that cooperate in continuously defining, maintaining and developing the Qi standard for wireless charging.

As a proud member of the WPC, we are offering wireless chargers with the latest technology and safety standards. With a Zens charger you can always safely charge your device, even at night.

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Frequently asked questions

    Some phones and wireless chargers support fast charging. With fast wireless charging, the battery is simply charged faster by increasing the charging power. This results in shorter charging times.

    It’s all about power. A 5W wireless charging system can deliver up to 5W of power to the battery of your phone. This is like a 5V/1A USB outlet and therefore it’s just as fast as wired charging. In general, it depends on the amount of power delivered to the phone. With cabled charging, the amount of power is dependent on the type and power rating of the adapter in combination with the capabilities of the phone. For wireless charging it is actually the same; a 15W charger has the capabilities to charge your phone faster than a 5W charger, but this also depends on the amount of power your phone can handle. In most cases a 10W wireless charger is enough for Apple fast charge or Samsung fast charge.

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    All our chargers support Apple Fast Charge. A charger needs to support Apple Fast Charge in order to fast charge your iPhone. Not all chargers on the market have official compatibility, so be sure to check whether the charger you want truly supports Apple Fast Charge.

    All our chargers support Samsung Fast Charge. A charger needs to support Samsung Fast Charge in order to fast charge your Samsung Galaxy. Not all chargers on the market have official compatibility, so be sure to check whether the charger you want truly supports Samsung Fast Charge.

    How many watts you need mostly depends on what your phone or device can handle and when or how you want to use the charger. Do you want the fastest charger possible to fast charge your device? In most cases a 10W charger or 15W charger will suffice, as the maximum amount of Watts for fast charge is capped by smartphone manufacturers. For Apple Fast Charge this is 7,5W and for Samsung Fast Charge this is 9W. Make sure your phone actually support fast charge such as Apple Fast Charge or Samsung Fast Charge. If you want to charge your device at night, a 5W charger will also suffice.