Safe, fast wireless charging up to 10W for Qi-enabled devices*. Designed for any orientation, it’s perfect for charging while scrolling the internet or streaming videos.
Offering up to 10 watts for Apple and Samsung means you spend less time charging with the BOOST↑CHARGE Wireless Charging Stand.
This original and thoughtful design makes it easy to align your device for a fast wireless charge in landscape or portrait mode. From browsing the web to watching a movie, it’s easy to keep using your phone while charging.
The BOOST↑CHARGE Wireless Charging Stand has been engineered to be compatible with any Qi-enabled device*. Tuned to deliver fast charging speed to Apple and Samsung devices, it charges all other Qi-enabled devices at 5W.
Charge without removing your case. Just place your phone onto the stand and keep chatting, browsing, or scrolling. Our BOOST↑CHARGE Wireless Charging Stands are engineered to work with lightweight plastic cases up to 3mm.
Foreign objects between your phone and charger can disrupt your charge and even lead to wireless chargers emitting unnecessary power that can melt or damage your belongings. Charge with confidence as a white LED light indicates your phone is properly aligned and charging, while an amber light alerts you to the presence of a foreign object. These lights are specially designed to not disrupt the surrounding environment.
The Quick Charge 3.0-compatible wall charger and cable ensure optimal charge to your wireless charger. You can also use the included wall charger and cable to charge Quick Charge-compatible devices from 0% to 80% in just 35 minutes.**
The BOOST↑CHARGE Wireless Charging Stand comes standard with a 2-year warranty for added peace of mind.
At a Glance:
*Not compatible with iPhone 12 mini
**Charge up to 4 times faster than conventional 5W chargers. Based on Qualcomm® Quick Charge™ internal tests charging a 2750mAh fast charge battery (1.5C charge rate) and using the maximum power for a thermal limit of 40C for all charging implementations. Charge time based on 0% to 50% (August 2015).