Wireless Charger – Invitian Inductive Charging Pad for Magnetic Qi Charging

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$19.99

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INSTRUCTIONS
1. Connect the charger to a power source
2. Place your smartphone on the charging pad
3. Your smartphone will now begin to charge automatically!

IMPORTANT!
– iPhones does NOT support wireless charging
– Protective cases that exceed 5mm/0.2in in thickness may need to be removed before charging.
– Confirm that your device is Qi-compliant before purchase or use your own Qi-compliant cover to enable charging.
– It is quite normal for your phone to get a little warmer during the charge.

FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Includes a power plug and a 40 inch cable (USB / Micro USB)
Advanced protection system protects your phone from overheating
Power-efficient idle mode
Light indicator to show charging status
FCC, CE and RoHS certified

POPULAR COMPATIBLE MODELS
The Invitian Wireless Charger works with every smartphone with Qi wireless charging capabilities, such as:
✔ Samsung Galaxy Note 5 / S6 / S6 edge / S6 edge plus / S7 / S7 edge
✔ Google Nexus 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 (2nd gen)
✔ Nokia Lumia 920 / 928 / 929 / 930 / 1020 / 1520
✔ LG Optimus G PRO / Vu2 (the G2 and G3 depends on your carrier)
✔ Moto 360 Smart Watch
✔ Motorola Droid Maxx / Droid Mini
✔ HTC 8X / Droid DNA / Rzound
✔ SonyXperia Z4v
✔ And other Qi compatible devices

If your phone does not support wireless charging (like the iPhone), you can use a Qi-compatible receiver.Automatic detection system enables the phone to charge when placed on the pad.
Universal wireless charger that works with all qi compatible devices (not iPhones).
Built in protection system that protects your phone from overheating during the charge.
Compact build and edges with a gold brushed metal look.
Includes a USB charging cable for the inductive wireless charger.

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