You Don’t Need To Spend Big Bucks on a Wireless Charger
It’s becoming standard to include wireless charging capabilities on all smartphones for the user’s convenience. The problem is that there are so many options for a quality Wireless Charger that isn’t bulky, ugly or cost you a ton of money.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I just really like this wireless charger!
Don’t Let Name Brands Fool You
Belkin is a well-known brand that offers tons of tech accessories that are of great quality. That’s why I chose the Boost Up as my first wireless charger so that I could take advantage of my phone’s full capabilities. Sadly, I wasn’t very impressed by the results. The design was fine but the amount of time it took to charge my phone almost defeated the purpose of being ‘convenient’. For example, I left my phone on the charger for a whole 20 minutes for it to only be charged to 3% more than it was. Not only that, I had to make sure my phone was positioned a certain way in order for the charger to acknowledge my phone’s presence.
All that being said, I’m the type of person who just sticks with items even though I’m happy with them. So the Belkin Wireless Charger just sat on my nightstand and only used when I felt like it couldn’t hurt to have more juice in my phone.
A few weeks ago I acquired a PWireless Charging Pad from Amazon and it just sat in the box for a couple weeks. I wasn’t eager to try another wireless charger as I figured that if a brand like Belkin had one that took forever to charge my phone, a random brand couldn’t be any better.
I decided to bring it to my office instead and was I glad I did! This alternative option to an expensive Wireless Charger worked even better than the Belkin one. It’s even smaller and looks cooler as well.
The PWireless Charging Pad charges my phone quickly enough to get about 15% more in just 20 minutes. That’s must faster than the Belkin! I’m just sad that I waited so long to put it to use.
The best part is that the PWireless 7.5W Charging Pad is only $10 on Amazon whereas the Belkin Wireless Charger currently runs at $30 (I got mine for $50…).
So don’t go out and spend a big chunk of cash on a fancy wireless charger when an inexpensive one will do the same thing if not more. I love my PWireless 7.5W Wireless Charging Pad and I thank whoever mysteriously sent it to me.
Get one of your own here.
Aaron is a writer from Southern California. He has an unhealthy obsession for Dr. Pepper and is disgusted by the lack of Chili Cheese Fries in the Fast Food industry. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram.