by BazaarDoDo Official June 21, 2019 8 min read


After 800 hours of testing since 2018, we’ve determined that the RAV Power Wireless Charging Stand (RP-PC069) is the best wireless charger for smartphones. We like that this stand-style charger allows you to still use your phone while it’s charging, unlike horizontal pads. The RP-PC069 charges iPhones and Android phones faster than the competition and includes a cable and wall charger too.

Our Pick

RAV Best Wireless Charger

RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad

 

The best iPhone and Android wireless charger

 

This charging stand provides the fastest charge to both iPhone and Android smartphones and includes a wall charger and long USB cable.

 The RAVpower is a Qi-certified charger, meaning it works with a fair number of devices, including the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, the iPhone X, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S7, S8, S9, S7+, and the Note 8.

But, to be honest, as good as it looks, this isn’t the fastest wireless charger on the market. There are some seriously fast wireless chargers out there. At the upper end, some will charge your phone at a rate of 15-watts. On the lower side, we have wireless chargers that will hobble along at a speed of 3.5-watts.

 Charging speed: 7.5 W for iPhones, 10 W for Android phones

Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: charging stand, 4-foot Micro-USB cable, 24 W QC 3.0 wall charger

 

 

Also great

Samsung Best Wireless Charger

 Samsung wireless charger

 

Fast charging plus multiple positions

 It has two status to charge your phone and a really fast wireless charger for Samsung phones.

Samsung has released a number of wireless pads over the past few years but this one is our favorite. It’s not only great for Qi-enabled Android phones but it’s also one of our top picks if you’re looking for an iPhone charger too.

It’ll charge the S9/S9 Plus/Note 9 and iPhone 8/8 Plus/X/XS/XS Max at full speed, offers both a flat and vertical position and has internal fans to disperse heat. These do mean it’s a little on the large side but it’s has a smaller footprint than the Belkin.

It also plugs in via a USB-C plug (not included) making it better for traveling, as you don’t have to haul around a dedicated AC plug.

Sure, it’s a little pricey, but we’ll forgive that considering its feature set.

 

Charging speed: 7.5 W for iPhones, 10 W for Android phones
Input port: USB-C
Included in the box:1m USB-C cable

 

Budget pick

Anker Best Wireless Charger

 Anker powerwave wireless charger

 

An inexpensive wireless charging stand

This stand will charge your phone slower than others but it’s still a great choice for overnight charging. It’s inexpensive and reliable but it doesn’t include a USB wall charger, so you’ll need to provide your own.

 If you want to spend a little less on a charger and already have USB power bricks lying around, the Anker PowerPort Wireless 5 Stand and PowerPort Wireless 5 Pad are great options. Both come with a Micro-USB cable, but neither comes with a USB power brick.

In our tests, the Anker chargers delivered about 20 percent less charge in an hour than the fastest chargers, but the Anker models are also much cheaper.

Light-sensitive sleepers will appreciate that the small blue charging-indicator light isn’t too bright and can be easily covered if it’s still too much.

 Charging speed: 7.5 W

Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: charging stand, 4-foot Micro-USB cable

Upgrade pick

Yootech Best Wireless Charger

Yootech PowerPort Wireless Pad

 

Best Wireless Charger for adaptability to different phones

The thickness of this puck is just 0.47 inches and that, coupled with the intelligent temperature control, ensures that you get a cooler but much more efficient charging experience than similarly priced chargers.

The indicator tells you whether the phone is charging or not. 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. It blinks if there’s a problem, and doesn’t if there isn’t. Coins, ID cards, bank cards, iron, etc, will interfere with the charging of your phone.

In fact, the damage can be double. 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.

Charging speed: 7.5 W
Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: charging stand, 4-foot Micro-USB cable

Upgrade pick

CHOETECH Best Wireless Charger

CHOETECH Stand Wireless Charger

 

Best Wireless Charger for frequent use

The Choetech approach to wireless chargers is pretty interesting. They wanted to make a versatile charger – one that can do a little bit of everything pretty well – and that’s what they delivered.

As the name implies, Choetech designed the QI Fast Wireless Charging Stand as well a stand. This allows it to be easily used while your device is charging.

Other designs on the market include mats (which allow multiple devices to charge at once) and pucks (which can only charge a single device that is lying flat). You can imagine how much easier it would be to use your phone when it’s at an upright angle, as opposed to lying flat on your desk.

Charging speed: 7.5 W
Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: 1m cable

 

 

 

Upgrade pick

Seneo Best Wireless Charger

Seneo Stand  Wireless Charger

 

Best case-friendly Wireless charger

Seneo is one of the world’s leading brands, with over 2 million customers. Of course, Seneo insists that all of these were satisfied customers; I decided to be one of those customers, have a look at their Qi-Certified Wireless Charging Stand, and decide for myself.

It comes in a really cool and sleek design. From what I saw, most charging stands come in the same windsurfer design with only two real distinguishing features. The first is in the charging real estate. How many charging coils it has, and how they’re arranged, determines the size of the stand.

The other distinguishing feature is in the design of the LED light that tells you whether the phone is charging or not. This one was a lot like the rest, but I liked the fairly glossy black on it. It just looked a little more ‘refined’ than the rest.

Charging speed:10 W
Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: charging stand, 4-foot Micro-USB cable, 18W QC 3.0 wall charger

Upgrade pick

Pleson Best Wireless Charger

Pleson Wireless charger Pad

 

Best valued wireless charger for your money

Some of my friends spoke highly of Pleson’s Ultra Slim Qi Wireless Charging Pad. I decided to borrow one of theirs, and give it a good comparison. And I have to say that, if you made a graph of the wireless chargers in this list with affordability on one axis and great features on the other, then Pleson’s pad would sit as a blip above the best-fit line.

The biggest difference between Pleson and other brands is the charging rate. The Pleson comes in at a whopping maximum rate of 13.5-watts. That’s up to 1.4 times faster than similarly priced chargers on the market.

My girlfriend loves it too. She is an absolute social media junkie and so she needs a charger that will either charge her phone super fast or handle heavy phone use while charging.

The Pleson is a puck, so she has to wait for her phone to finish charging before she can use it, but it will charge her phone to 100% in an hour at the most.

Charging speed:10 W
Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: charging stand, 4-foot Micro-USB cable, 12 W wall charger

 

 

 

 

Budget pick

Nanami Best Wireless Charger

Nanami Stand Wireless Charger

 

Best wireless charger for ergonomic design

You have probably noticed at this point that I have a soft spot for charging stands because of their ergonomic design.

The Nanami is as ergonomic as they get with its windsurfer design. When it comes to charging speeds, the Nanami advertises itself as having two modes.

The fast charging mode is for the Samsung Galaxy suite of phones. The exact speed isn’t mentioned in the specifications but, based on my own experiments with my girlfriend’s phone, I would place it somewhere around 10-watts.

The other mode is the standard charging mode, which is for iPhones and other Qi-enabled devices. Based on the experiments I carried out with my own iPhone, that should be a speed between 5-watts and 7.5-watts. I’m willing to bet it’s 5-watts but with very efficient charging, so it’s faster than your average 5-watt charger. You should be able to use apps that don’t consume a lot of battery power on your phone during the charging process, at any rate.

Charging speed:7.5 W
Input port: Micro-USB
Included in the box: 1m cable,Adapter

Who This Is For

A wireless charger is for anyone who owns a smartphone that supports the Qi wireless-charging standard—including the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XS Max, and XR, the past few generations of Samsung Galaxy phones, and the Google Pixel 3—and would like to charge it without plugging a cord into the phone itself. With a Qi charger, you just rest your device on the charging pad to power it up.

“Wireless” is a bit of a misnomer, though, because you still have to plug the charging pad into a USB port or wall outlet. (“Magnetic charging” may be a better term because Qi uses magnetic coils to transfer energy and power your device, but we’ll stick with “wireless” here because it’s so commonly accepted.)

A wireless charger is just a matter of convenience: You don’t have to fuss with physically plugging in a cable to charge and disconnecting the cable when you want to use the phone. If your phone doesn’t have a headphone jack, a wireless charger also frees up the Lightning-connector or USB-C port so you can use wired headphones while charging.

Qi (pronounced “chee”) is the wireless-charging standard from the Wireless Power Consortium, an industry group with more than 220 members, including device manufacturers such as Apple and Samsung, accessory makers such as Belkin and Mophie, and others. For a charger to be certified by the WPC, the manufacturer has to submit it to an authorized test lab.

A wireless charger also frees up the Lightning-connector or USB-C port so you can use wired headphones while charging.

If you want the fastest possible charge, you need to use a cable—wireless charging is about convenience. Wireless charging is slower than wired charging, and the wattage listed on the charger doesn’t necessarily indicate how quickly it will charge.

 Affordable, wired 12 W USB chargers can charge an iPhone at least 30 percent faster than a Qi charger, while an 18 W USB-PD charger paired with Apple’s USB-C to Lightning Cable can approach 50 percent faster. Qualcomm Quick Charge adapters can do the same thing for many Android phones.

Phone

Watts

Apple iPhone XS

7.5

Samsung Galaxy S9

9

LG V30

10

Google Pixel 3

10*

*with proprietary stand

The other downside to wireless charging is that you can’t pick up your phone and use it while it’s charging, unlike with a cable connection. This makes wireless charging a better option for recharging overnight or when you want to see the phone’s display on your desk or in the kitchen than for charging while you’re watching Netflix or scrolling through Twitter.

See more at our blog.

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