3-in-1 wireless chargers

Zens Modular Wireless Charger
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Wireless charger pad

With a 3-in-1 wireless charger you can charge up to three devices at the same time. Most of our 3-in-1 wireless chargers have space for your phone, wireless headphones such as AirPods, and an Apple Watch.

Our wireless charger pads are perfect for your nightstand, or any other place in your home or office. You will only need one free power socket to charge up to three devices at the same time. No more messy wires, no more empty devices.

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Wireless chargers for multiple devices

Our 3-in-1 wireless chargers can of course also charge one device at the time. You don’t need three to start charging. And some of our chargers can also be extended. Only have two devices that need charging, but not quite sure whether you will buy the new Apple Watch later on?

No worries. An Apple Watch USB-stick will do the trick. You can integrate this USB-stick with our chargers that have a USB-A port, such as our Liberty Chargers.

Want ultimate freedom of charging? Built your own charger with our Modular Series chargers and charge up to 6 devices at the same time!

Fast Charge

Fast charging

Fast charging results in shorter charging times. In order to use fast charging, you need a mobile device and a wireless charger that support fast charge. 

All our 3-in-1 wireless chargers have an official certified chip that supports Apple Fast Charge and Samsung Fast Charge – and many more. This way you will be sure your smartphone is charged at maximum speed.

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How many watts do you need

The common mistake is to choose the highest available amount of watts. 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 charging with Qi

Qi sets the standard for safety when it comes to wireless chargers. The Qi certification is governed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC): 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.

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Find your 3-in-1 charger

Frequently asked questions

    A 3-in-1 charger can charge multiple devices at once, 3 to be precise. This is very convenient if you want to charge 2 phones at the same time, or your smartphone, AirPods and Apple Watch. The charger will only need one free power socket, whereas you would normally need 3 free sockets to charge 3 devices simultaneously.

    Yes, Zens has developed wireless chargers for both individual and shared (dual chargers) use. Depending on the model, you can wirelessly charge one or two phones at the same time by placing them next to each other on the dual charging pad. We also have 3-in-1 chargers and 4-in-1 chargers that can charge up to 4 devices simultaneously. Want to go all out? With our Modular Series chargers you can charge up to 6 devices at once. Talk about convenience.

    In some cases you can charge your iPad or tablet via our wireless chargers, but not wirelessly. Currently there are not many tablets that can be wirelessly charged. Still want to charge your tablet via our wireless chargers? Choose a charger with a USB-A port. Via this port you can connect your tablet to the wireless charger, thereby saving space of an additional power socket being used.

    Wireless charging works by something which is called magnetic induction. In inductive charging systems, energy is transferred between coils by a magnetic field via inductive coupling. Read more on how wireless charging works.