Wireless Charging Pad – Headon Warren & The Needles During Sunset

£15.00

Wireless Charging is a super convenient and cable-free way to charge your Smartphone device. Simply place your phone onto the charging pad and charging starts immediately, even through a case.

Each photograph is printed and set behind a piece of tempered glass, to create a sharp and vibrant design, a fantastic show piece on any counter top.

Please ensure that your phone model offers wireless charging before placing your order (click here for a full list of compatible devices)

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Description

• Vibrant Tempered Glass Print
• LED Light Indicator
• Compatible with ALL Qi-enabled devices including the latest iPhone & Android models
• 15W/10W/7.5/5W Compatible
• USB Type C cable included (plug into standard USB A socket to power, or use your phones power adapter for optimum charging performance)
• Comes with a beautifully printed box, making for the perfect gift

Reviews

  1. the sun sets behind a row of beach huts on the isle of wight

    Trudy S. (verified owner)

    I love giving these charger pads as presents. Our son-in-law loves his.
    Highly recommended

  2. a pink sun rises between a walk way leading to Bembridge lifeboat station

    Gemma Harris (verified owner)

    My husband loved this as a Christmas gift, highly recommend Chad and his photography work. Our house is full of his photos and memories of our times on the Island

  3. a dramatic sunset as waves crash in at Steephill cove

    Dave S. (verified owner)

    Item arrived promptly, charging docks works very well without removing the phone from the case

  4. thousands of stars fill the sky during a display of airglow with a silhouette of trees in the foreground

    Leanne Johns (verified owner)

    Too Many Stars to Count – St Lawrence, phone charging pad. Great quality and received the item very quick. There’s so many stunning images to choose from, its difficult to just pick one. Will definitely be purchasing more in the future.

    Image #1 from Leanne Johns
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