• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pricey, but excellent build quality and compact.

    • Written by Jan V from Deltona

    I ordered the Belkin and hadn't had any hands on with the Mophie.

    When I had stopped by the Apple store to pick up an item for my iPad Pro, I checked out the Mophine Qi charger. It's smaller, denser and feels much more premium than the little plasticky saucer from Belkin. The entire Mophie is lined in a rubberized material opposed to the Belkin being plastic with an adhesive rubber ring stuck to it to help hold the phone in place on the pad.

    While I had no issues with the Belkin, I didn't hesitate to return it for the Mophi, which feels more substantial and a much better build quality. I'd recommend the Mophie over the Belkin, but if it's not an option or you prefer the color white, the Belkin will get the job done effectively.

    1092 of 1142 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Does the job

    • Written by Adam W from doylestown

    While slightly overpriced, it does the job for my 8 plus. I have tried it with a few cases (tech21, rhino shield, apple, and speck). It worked with all of them. I am looking forward to the software update mentioned on the main page for fast wireless charging.

    715 of 754 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice

    • Written by Akın Ö from İzmir

    It seems better than Belkin and I think this is faster. It has beautiful colour but why its adapter is big.

    391 of 476 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    highly recommended

    • Written by Matthew W from West Bromwich

    the mophie wireless charging pad is what it says on the tin, its small and very portable and doesn't take up much space on a shelf or table, It has no problem charging my iPhone 10 with apples leather folio case on.

    It charges a lot faster then i expected and with a later upgrade from apple later this year we will see faster charging speeds. I chose this because its a much smaller foot print then the other wireless charger which apple offers, Also when its on a shelf or table you don't notice it as much with the colour being black which is better the the other one which is bright white. I would recommend this charging pad very highly.

    149 of 155 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Smaller and Better.

    • Written by Chris P from Washington

    Originally went in store to buy the Belkin. When the two are side by side the Belkin is considerably bigger, width and height wise. The Mophie sits well alongside other devices and easy to use.

    100 of 107 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superb Product

    • Written by Zakir P from Preston

    I feel after using this product for a week, I can say its worth the money, no more cable's to mess around with, it works on contact and the product is well build.

    84 of 88 people found this useful

  • 3.0 out of 5 stars

    Good for night only

    • Written by sarfraz N from dubai

    Wireless charger doesent charge fast enough. Good for sleeping time only. Where u DONT have to search for the cable to connect. When u woke up after 7hrs of sleep in the morning it may be around 95 to 100%.

    But if u want quick charging in the morning for iPhone X. Go for either 29w c adapter or 12w iPad charger. Charges quickly

    29w 52% in 30 mins.

    12w 36% in 30 mins

    5w 20% in 30 mins

    53 of 57 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    No longer works

    • Written by Christopher K from Indian Land

    It worked great right out of the box. After a few weeks, it would still work, but I’d have to move the phone around to find the spot to charge it. Now it won’t charge at all, its dead. I used to buy mophie phone charger cases, and they always worked z. It’s sad that they released such a bad product.

    48 of 57 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Morphie or Belkin, both work as predicted, dispite avg. below avg. reviews

    • Written by Gary D from Jacksonville

    Purchased this charging base in addition to the Belkin model sight unseen to make sure I had at least one on hand when I would finally receive my new IPhone X, which arrived 14 November, after pre-ordering 27 October. So comparing the Belkin versus the Morphie, not much difference as far as what they are designed to do, at present they both charge at the same rate, half battery, around 2 hours, each has an LED indicator letting you know when the phone has captured the charging coil on the base, the LED on the Belkin is more visible as Belkin installed the indicator on the top of the unit and Morphie installed their indicator on the bottom lip of the charging pad, and you really only notice it coming on in a reflection of a mirrored or glass type table or stand. The physical size of the base is bigger on the Belkin, but the area of the charging coil is exactly the same, meaning the phone needs to be placed at or about the center of the whichever charging pad you are using even though the surface area on the Belkin is larger. Both charging bases have detachable and proprietary plugs, the Belkin adapter is long but narrow, the Morphie adapter is more square, neither are overly huge, last item, I use an Otterbox Defender series plastic/rubber case to protect my iPhone X, in addition to a front and back tempered glass protection shield, I have not encountered any problems with charging my phone on either charging base, the general rules, no metal case on the rear of the phone and max thickness is 3 MM, I recommend good quality tempered glass protection on both front and back of phone.

    39 of 40 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Buy the Mophie wireless charger now!

    • Written by Daniel Z from VINE GROVE

    I bought 2 of the Mophie and 2 Belkin Boost wireless chargers for the updated iPhones. I decided on the 8 for now. One of my concerns was, will the iPhone charge with a case. Negative for the Belkin and positive for the Morphie. Returned the Belkin because they didn’t meet my expectations. The charger works flawlessly as well as looks great and doesn’t stick out due to design and color. I’m gonna buy a few more to put around the house. Buy it now.

    38 of 41 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Performance degraded quickly

    • Written by David S from Monrovia

    This product worked great right out of the box, but then it became worse and worse within weeks. At first, it was easy to simply place a phone on it to initiate the charge. Yet, after a week or so, it was less reliable (a phone would be squarely on the device and not charge). Now, a couple of months later, I have to hover a phone over the pad for a minute or two and cross my fingers that it syncs. Waste of money.

    35 of 39 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not Impressed

    • Written by Megan E G from Cary

    I've been using it for almost a month and I've had my phone die over night more times than I can count. You have to put the phone in just the right spot or it won't charge. This means if for whatever reason you accidentally knock it or touch your nightstand and it jolts the phone off center - it wont charge. I've woken up with a nearly dead or dead phone at least 10 times.

    If you want one really badly I'd wait until they get a better model out. I'm extremely disappointed in this and will be going back to my wired charger.

    34 of 40 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product - don't be fooled by cheaper chargers and bogus reviews

    • Written by Brad B from Jacksonville

    Please avoid the haters. I bought one of these a few weeks ago after a disastrous experience trying one of the 'generic' Qi chargers primarily meant for Samsung products that I got at another retailer that did NOT work. This worked very well right out of the box on my iphone X...even through an otterbox and it isn't picky about placement of the phone on the pad quite like the Belkin or others. I use it nightly as my main charger and love it. The complains about the size of the plug are crazy. If you are using multiplug adapters, yes, you may have an issue with the width of the wall plug obstructing the adjacent outlet on your strip. I have an easy solution for that: use a larger strip or, even better, don't plug so many things into your adapter! I enjoy this o much that I don't use the regular lightning charger anymore at all. Since the iphone X battery is incredible compared to the experiences I had with my 6plus, I can say that charging overnight isn't an issue with me because my phone holds a solid charge all day long. No, I'm not a "fanboy." I just like my products to work, and the Samsung type ones did NOT work for me....didn't put out enough current so they would keep powering on/off, potentially damaging the battery/electronics inside your new phone! The Morphie charges through an otterbox with no problems...a good, solid charge. No worries about overheating of the phone or charger pad either. There is a reason Apple stores use these in the their set-up stations near the genius bars.

    36 of 44 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as expected

    • Written by PATRICK F from West Jordan

    I see a lot of complaints and wonder if people truly understand concepts of wireless charging. Wireless charging wont charge your phone in an hour. That technology doesnt exist (and if anyone tried it, it would blow up like a Samsung Note).

    Now that 11.2 is out though, Fast charge is enabled on this, and charges about as fast as the cable and charger out of the box. If you want faster than that, you need to go wired and either use a 12 watt adapter, or a usbC adapter and lightning cable. It works flawlessly, and the light is not too bright at night. I would give it 5 stars, if Mophie had used something other than a proprietary charging cable and puck (llike micro usb or usbC or something).

    28 of 28 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well - no issues

    • Written by Matthew T from Brunswick

    I chose the Mophie over the Belkin because it was smaller, black, and came from a company that I consider to have been in the 'charging' business with a high reputation for a long time.

    Circle is smaller diameter than my phone and therefore I need to ensure that my iPhone 8 is centered. This is not an issue as the iPhone lights right up with a charging 'ding' sound.

    When phone is connected, the mophie has a dim white connection light directly in front.

    I have had no issues with this product and would recommend.

    34 of 41 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Designed by morons

    • Written by Shayla S from Browns Plains

    Whoever designed the plug needs to find a new job. On first glance it looks fine, til you go to plug it in and realise they've put the prongs on an angle so that you can't plug in anything next to it. Bloody idiots

    33 of 41 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't waste your $

    • Written by Sean F from Boca Raton

    garbage product...worked ok for a month or two, but suddenly, it takes several minutes of orienting the phone just perfectly to initiate a charge (and sometimes it won't no matter how much I move the phone around). I bought a $12 knockoff on amazon that grossly outperforms this $60 piece of garbage

    30 of 35 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Terrible purchase

    • Written by Neal K from Austin

    If you don’t put your phone down just in the right place then it doesn’t charge.

    29 of 33 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quality all around

    • Written by Eric H from West Orange

    I’m not sure why people are complaining so much about the mophie charger.
    Very well built as always. No unnecessary extras. It just does what it suppoded to do. Charge your phone wirelessly. Now with the new 11.2 update it supports fast charging at 7.5 watts. I have a spigen case and no need to remove it. Phone does not get hot and charges without stopping .A very discret white light that will not disturb you at night. Commes with ac adapter..

    26 of 28 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    great invention but horrible product

    • Written by Rivlyn N from Singapore

    not sure why there seems to be mixed reviews, maybe some batches of this charger works extremely well and they slacked on the production.

    i bought 2 of these for my 2 phones at home that could support wireless charging. firstly when the charger works, it charges super duper slowly, even slower than the iphone charger my iphone x came with. when the charger doesn't work, IT COULDNT EVEN CHARGE 1%. it literally stops and fails the moment it tries to even charge 1%. i'm not sure why i even invested in this for convenience when a simple plugging in and out of the iphone cable can get the job done so much faster, and at least i have confidence in iphone chargers.

    am honestly quite disappointed in this, the only 1 star it gets is because of its sleek appearance.

    25 of 27 people found this useful