Belkin Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad
Experience a new and effortless way to charge your iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, as well as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X - wirelessly. Simply set your iPhone down on the Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad and get fast wireless charging performance.
Ultimate charging convenience
Enjoy convenient wireless charging for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, as well as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X - just set it down on the pad and go.
Fast wireless charging
Experience wireless charging using the Qi wireless standard, which delivers up to 7.5 watts to your iPhone.
LED charge indicator
A subtle LED indicator illuminates as soon as your device is placed on the pad and charging.
Charge through most cases — up to 3 millimetres.
Compatible with the Wireless Charging Case for AirPods.
Wireless charging for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, as well as iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
LED charge indicator
AC adapter included
What’s in the Box
Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad
Quick start guide
Power Source: AC
Height: 1.46 cm (0.57 inches)
Length: 11.86 cm (4.7 inches)
Width: 11.86 cm (4.7 inches)
UPC or EAN No.: 745883746767
Note: Apple’s one-year limited warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if they are packaged or sold with Apple products. Non–Apple-branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer’s warranty provided by the product manufacturer. Please see the product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer’s warranty are in addition to any rights you have under Australian consumer law.
Answers from the community
Will this work with the new AirPods?
- Asked by Carina F from Ludlow
- on 26/03/2019
Yes, It says it’s compatible with Wireless Charging Case for AirPods.
- Answered by Rodrigo K from Ciudad de Buenos Aires
- on 31/03/2019
iPhoneX - leaving phone on wireless charger over night ... is it safe for battery life sickle ?
- Asked by M. P from Northwood
- on 08/01/2018
Once your battery reaches 100%, your wireless charger will cut off. When your battery then drops to Once your battery reaches 100%, your wireless charger will cut off. When your battery then drops to 99% overnight, your wireless charger will trickle charge it back to 100% and then cut off again. If you use a decent branded wireless charger such as Belkin, it is totally safe for the life cycle of your phones battery. It's advisable to use a low wattage wireless charger (no higher than 5W) if possible as they generate less heat and charge your battery at a slower rate which is good practice. The 2 main things that lower battery life are heat and rapid charging. Belkin and Anker manufacture excellent wireless chargers for the iPhone range.
- Answered by Philip G from SHEFFIELD
- on 06/03/2019
Does Belkin charge work for iPone XR with Defender otterbox case?
- Asked by Sheila H from ARNPRIOR
- on 01/12/2018
I have the iPhone XS Max in a otterbox defender case and the Belkin boost up wireless charger would I have the iPhone XS Max in a otterbox defender case and the Belkin boost up wireless charger would not work even though the case is less than 3mm thick. Contacted Belkin and after weeks of going back and forth all they would do is offer a refund and it seemed they were reluctant to even do that.
- Answered by Joseph F from Louisville
- on 27/01/2019
Can the phone be charged with a wireless charger when the phone is turned off
- Asked by Tim B from Winchester
- on 11/11/2018
How long does the Belkin device take to charge? I started charging it Saturday night and as of this morning the green light has not yet illuminated.
- Asked by Debra G from Danbury
- on 10/10/2017
The Belkin charging disc doesn't charge... it passes the charge to either the phone case or the phon The Belkin charging disc doesn't charge... it passes the charge to either the phone case or the phone, whichever is on the disc.
1 Answer(How long does the Belkin device take to charge? I started charging it Saturday night and as of this morning the green light has not yet illuminated.)
- Answered by Lou B from Oakville
- on 01/01/2019