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Best Wireless Chargers in India

Wireless chargers are the best way to charge your phone. They’re convenient, easy and fast. However, the best wireless chargers are not easily found. There are a lot of things to consider before buying one. In this post, we will talk about the best wireless charger available in India.

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RAEGR Arc 400 Type-C PD Qi-Certified 10W/7.5W Wireless Charger with Fireproof ABS for...
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UNIGEN UNIPAD (Updated 15W Type-C PD) Wireless Charger [Qi Certified] for iPhone 12/12pro/SE/11/11...
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Belkin Boost Up Qi (5W) Wireless Charger Pad Compatible with iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, Samsung...
Spigen F308W Compact Fast Wireless Charger [Offical Qi Certified] Up to 10W for Androids and iOS...
Yootech X1 Type-C PD Dual Coil Qi-Certified 10W Max Fast Wireless Charger Stand for Vertical &...
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RAEGR Arc 400 Type-C PD Qi-Certified 10W/7.5W Wireless Charger with Fireproof ABS for...
UNIGEN UNIPAD (Updated 15W Type-C PD) Wireless Charger [Qi Certified] for iPhone 12/12pro/SE/11/11...
Belkin Boost Up Qi (5W) Wireless Charger Pad Compatible with iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, Samsung...
Spigen F308W Compact Fast Wireless Charger [Offical Qi Certified] Up to 10W for Androids and iOS...
Yootech X1 Type-C PD Dual Coil Qi-Certified 10W Max Fast Wireless Charger Stand for Vertical &...
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RAEGR Arc 400 Type-C PD Qi-Certified 10W/7.5W Wireless Charger with Fireproof ABS for...
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RAEGR Arc 400 Type-C PD Qi-Certified 10W/7.5W Wireless Charger with Fireproof ABS for...
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₹ 999
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UNIGEN UNIPAD (Updated 15W Type-C PD) Wireless Charger [Qi Certified] for iPhone 12/12pro/SE/11/11...
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UNIGEN UNIPAD (Updated 15W Type-C PD) Wireless Charger [Qi Certified] for iPhone 12/12pro/SE/11/11...
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Belkin Boost Up Qi (5W) Wireless Charger Pad Compatible with iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, Samsung...
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Belkin Boost Up Qi (5W) Wireless Charger Pad Compatible with iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, Samsung...
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Spigen F308W Compact Fast Wireless Charger [Offical Qi Certified] Up to 10W for Androids and iOS...
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Spigen F308W Compact Fast Wireless Charger [Offical Qi Certified] Up to 10W for Androids and iOS...
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₹ 1,799
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Yootech X1 Type-C PD Dual Coil Qi-Certified 10W Max Fast Wireless Charger Stand for Vertical &...
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Yootech X1 Type-C PD Dual Coil Qi-Certified 10W Max Fast Wireless Charger Stand for Vertical &...
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What is a wireless charger and how does it work?

A wireless charger is a device used to charge your phone without the use of wires. It uses inductive power transfer and electromagnetic fields for charging, which means that this technology transfers energy through space by using magnetism instead of physical contact. This way you can simply put your mobile on the wireless charger and it will start charging wirelessly with no wires attached.

How do I know if my phone supports wireless charging?

While a majority of the high-end smartphones these days come with wireless charging support, you should still find out if your phone supports wireless charging or not. To know whether your smartphone has this feature, just search for the specifications of your device on Google or head over to its official website and check it under “Features” or “Specifications”.

If you don’t see “Wireless Charging” listed as one of the features in either location then that means there is no wireless support available with that particular handset.

Why are some chargers more expensive than others?

The high-end wireless charges come with a premium price, but they are typically a lot more sleek and refined than the cheaper ones. Some wireless chargers also come with additional features that add to their cost – for instance, some have added Qi charging support. Even the ones with wireless fast charging support are also priced a bit premium. These are also good at heat management.

The cheaper wireless chargers come with a lower price, but that also means they lack in features or design finesse as well. There are many reasons why one could choose one over another- if all things were equal in terms of pricing then it really just comes down to personal preference at the end of the day!

What are the benefits of using a wireless charger over traditional chargers?

Unlike the wired charges, the wireless chargers are completely wireless. This means that you can place your phone anywhere on the charging mat and it will charge without any hassles of plugging in cords or tripping over cables. Moreover, these chargers are easy to use and don’t require much effort from our side either – all one needs to do is place their phone onto the pad and wait for it to start automatically charging with no strings attached.

There’s also less risk of accidentally damaging phones when using wireless chargers as compared to traditional methods because there isn’t anything coming out of wired connections which could potentially be pulled by someone walking nearby.

Is there any risk of electric shock or fire when using one?

No, the wireless chargers available in India are BIS and FCC certified, meaning they’ve been rigorously tested for safety. There’s also a low-voltage current going through the charging mat so there’s no risk of electric shock or fire when using one.

Can I use my phone while charging wirelessly?

Since the smartphone has to be placed on the wireless charging pad, it is not advisable to use the phone while it is charging. However, the newly launched Magsafe wireless charger from Apple will allow you to use your smartphone even while charging wirelessly.

Is there any way to charge multiple devices at once using one wireless charger?

Recently most companies have started supporting multi device charging using their wireless chargers. Many of them support charging two or three device simultaneously. You charge your smartphone, smartwatch, or a wireless earbuds on the same wireless charging pad.

Do you need to remove your phone from its case before placing it on the wireless charger?

No, most cases are designed to be less thicker in order to support wireless charging. If the case includes any metallic parts, it needs to be removed to avoid any interference in the wireless charging process.

Will a wireless charger damage my battery in any way over time?

Using a Qi-certified wireless charger should not damage your battery. There are some reports suggesting that wireless chargers can overheat batteries, but this is a rare occurrence and the majority of wireless charging pads comply with strict safety regulations to avoid any issues.

We hope that you have found the best wireless charger for your smartphone. If not, let us know and we will do our best to help you out! Shouldn’t take too long before battery life is back up and running with a new cordless charging pad or mat. Happy shopping 🙂

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