• 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Its nothing worthwhile in any sense.

    • Written by Panashe M from Brisbane

    - It charges yes, but slower than direct cable connection.
    - Phone charges only when placed exactly in centre.
    - The charger plug has a weird and very annoying shape which stops you from being able to easily plug it into sockets with other plugs around. Its like a square shape but with the cable coming out of one of the corners, not sides. Terrible design.
    - I would not advise on buying any wireless charging pads of any sort, the technology does not give you any convenience over cable.
    - Your phone still has to be left on the pad to charge. And there is still cable involved, to the charging pad. Which means you will need a lightning cable for other non wireless charging capable devices.
    - With a cable you can move and use your phone in your hand. With a charging pad, no.

    All in all, disappointing design, given the lack of any worthwhile convenience (reduces it as a matter of fact). Wireless charging is cool, nothing else.

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Hit or miss with the AirPods 2 wireless charging case

    • Written by William B from Colorado Springs

    Although the description states compatible with the new AirPods wireless charging case, mine won't charge using this charger. The charging indicator light on the base lights up for a few seconds, then turns off -- no charging. The AirPods charge just fine on my Nomad charging station. The Mphie base charges my Xs Max just fine.

    8 of 11 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Dead after 13 months

    • Written by Warren C from Wallingford

    Charger that dies after 13 months, not so good for a name brand product.
    Thankfully there is a 24 month warranty with Mophie so I'll have this replaced for just the cost of postage.

    15 of 16 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Same device iPhone 7-8 buyer beware

    • Written by William R from Glen rock

    I’m a loyal user of the Mophie juice pack I can’t live without it. When they went from I 7 to I 8 apple apparently certified the same model mophie with no changes even tho the size of the handset changed albeit a fraction of an inch they also put a glass back on the 8. So where as the Older models of juice pack for the older models of iPhones offered great protection against drops, cracked screens etc. what they didn’t anticipate was the glass back if you drop your phone you’re pretty much guaranteed to break the glass back. Most people won’t notice because who takes their phone out of the case on a regular basis no one I have now had to replace my i8 twice because of this I asked mophie why they certified a case that is a different size and their answer was it’s good enough for Apple it’s good enough for us. I have now had to replace my twice because of this I asked mophie why they certified a case that’s a different size and their answer was it’s good enough for Apple it’s good enough for us My theory Apple has their own case they were quick to certify mophie knowing there is going to be these issues so their case looks better I’m not sure about the overall stability of apples Charging Case as compared to mophie but is long as they’re going to build these phones with glass backs I have to look for a new charging case unless mophie takes the time like they used to and design the case per phone model.

    3 of 22 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Jennifer W from Cupertino

    Doesn't work if you have a case on it or if it isn't in just the right spot.
    Once you have it there, it does charge quickly.
    I would not recommend this item.

    22 of 32 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    not so good

    • Written by isabel G from singapore

    They advertise fast charging, but it take 3.5hrs fully charge! And price drop after I bought, so sad :(

    1 of 4 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    How did the plug get past any kind of tests

    • Written by Brodie D from gold coast

    The charging base itself is fine, no problems with that.
    The Plug though is ridiculously stupid. It’s like the thought “this looks cool, we’ll run with it” but they didn’t actually test it. The diamond shaped wall plug prevents any sockets directly next to it from being used. If you don’t have an adapter you can’t use more than one wall socket at a time.
    If they fix the plug it would be a good product

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by brendan M from San Diego

    Extra star for 3 wonderful months of light use.

    9 of 19 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Wireless charging base (support slow charging)

    • Written by Yulita K from Ungaran

    I bought mophie wireless charger for my iphone 8 plus, it does work as a charger. But not as a fast charging pad. It's even slower than the lightning cable from the phone. Some people said that we need to update to iOS 11.2. I did, and stil very slow. The good things are it works as a charging base, not slippery because of the rubber on the pad, not heavy, has LED light, and the design is simple. But again, why do they advertise about fast charging??? It takes so much time just to charge a phone. Disappointed.

    10 of 14 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not a very good product at all

    • Written by Aaron H from New York

    This product just doesnt work sometimes. I really cannot explain it. I regret buying it. Wireless charging may sound cool, and it is, for 5-10 minutes after you buy it.

    8 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great, but one annoying flaw.

    • Written by Kieran W from Melbourne

    Does exactly what it it advertises.

    The biggest annoyance I have with this charger is the power (wall) brick is inexplicably angled at 45 degrees in such a way as to completely block access to neighbouring power points. Every other charging power supply can manage to fit within that standard space. why can this not too? It seems as if it was done for aesthetic reasons without practical consideration at all!

    Would recommend one of the alternative brands.

    7 of 9 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    My iPhone 8 slides off

    • Written by Larey K from Fort Collins

    I like the small size and low profile. I had three in different rooms and with two of them, the phone will very slowly slide to one side. After 15-30 minutes the phone is no longer in the sweet spot and charging stops. I think it's because two of my locations are ever so slightly un-level, but chargers from 2 other manufacturers work just fine in the same places.

    17 of 30 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Not so good

    • Written by Connor D from West unity

    I have had this product for over a month and I have had a problem with it. This started to occur a week or two ago the light on the bottom of the pad it indicates that the phone is charging well it flashed 4 or 5 times and the light would completely turn off and my phone would light up letting me know that it’s not charging and the light would come back on and it would start charging again and it would do that all the time when my iPhone was charging on the charger pad and my iPhone would not be completely charged in the morning and when I put the iPhone on the pad it is under 100% so I hope apple sees this and helps me with my problem and also the iPhone was on the pad correctly too

    18 of 19 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    iPhone X and charger get very hot

    • Written by Jodi L from PHILADELPHIA

    It charges very slowly and my phone and charger get hot. I will probably return it.

    9 of 12 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Do not waste your money!

    • Written by aveena E from Carmichael

    I bought this 2 weeks ago and it has only worked for me twice. When it does work it charges slower than with the cord! I have tried multiple times for this to work and it rarely does. I unplug it, change outlets, take the case off my phone, etc and it still never works. I have caused to damage on this so it truly is just a bad product. I thought the people who were saying this doesnt work just werent doing it right, but no... this is just a product. Considering that I bought the iPhone 8 plus because it can use wireless chargers, I am upset that it doesnt even work!

    5 of 10 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Exact position

    • Written by Jonathan G from Bettendorf

    I just bought a mophie wireless charger for my iPhone 8 Plus and was very disappointed by how exact your phone had to be on the charger for it to work. If it is just a few millimeters off, it won’t charge the phone. I wish I would’ve gotten the Belkin Boost-Up wireless charger instead.

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Michael M from Alamo

    When phone stays on charger, works great, but almost every night, phone slips off charger. iPhone X just won’t stay on. Needs better gripping material.

    4 of 8 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars

    Takes too long to charge

    • Written by JOELLE A from Coon Rapids

    I like the look and feel of the Mophie wireless charge and was super excited about this when I bought the phone, but was quickly disappointed at how long it took to charge my phone. I would say that plugging my phone is about 40% faster charge than the pad. I brought the pad into work because if I'm just sitting at my desk, I can still see and use my phone on the pad, but at home I can't, so I will still use a cord to charge at home.

    I have a Tech 21 case for my iPhone 8 Plus and while that may hinder charging time, the developer should have thought of that since the so many people have cases for their phones and don't take them out daily to charge. It is more economical to buy a charging case and then plug it in than to buy this case just to NOT plug it in. If this didn't come with my phone, I would be returning it pronto.

    1 of 3 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by Xiaosong X from Cherrybrook

    Works reasonably well if phone placed right in the middle of the pad, even through thick cases. But if not, the phone will either not be charged, or keep switching between being charged and not being charged. This can be extremely annoying as there is no indication of whether the phone placement is ideal or not, which can trick you into thinking the phone is charging fine to start with, only to find out 30 mins later that it barely did. The pad is made of sturdy material and the rubber ring helps protecting the phone and stops it from moving around. But the wall plug is of weird diamond design which takes up a lot of space unnecessarily. For a charger with $100 price tag, I am not satisfied this is the best they can do. Yet given the lack of quality choices on the market, you might have to live with this until something better comes out.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 2.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by William A from Jersey City

    Short cord, no USB, slow charging.
    It's a nice-to-have piece of charger, you get faster charging with your regular cable (on your computer, or wall), and even faster if you use an iPad charger. This one doesn't do much unless you're home and not needing a full charge before heading out. Not a good time to buy yet. It says it will allow fast-charging in the future with software update, but until then it's not worth it.

    13 of 22 people found this useful