Plux says they have the “world’s first” Qi compatible multi-device wireless charging pad for your iDevices. The Plux Pad supposedly can simultaneously charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods. The wireless charging pad also has quick-charging speed with up to 10W of power. The company has also included a kickstand so you can convert it into a stand if you wish. Like with many other wireless charging pads you can charge with the case on or off. Plux also says it incorporates “overcharge prevention.” Assuming this means charging stops once the device is fully charged.
Plux is the world’s best wireless fast charging stand. It’s specifically designed to power up all of your devices easily in one convenient place! Just simply place all your devices on the charger. Now you can leave the mountain of cables and chargers at home and charge your devices all in one. Using fast charge technology, Plux can deliver up to 10 watts of power to all your iPhone 8/X, Apple watch, and AirPods. It’s a convenient, safe, and reliable way to charge and power all your electrical devices 33% faster than the standard wireless chargers.
With the Stand Converter that comes with Plux, easily transform your charging pad into a charging stand, you don’t have to worry about the battery life when binge-watching or listening! Whether you’re texting, calling, or watching your favorite shows, don’t let your wireless charger restrict your mobility! We’ve designed Plux to be an aesthetically pleasing and a highly usable stand that holds your phone up under a viewer-friendly angle. It has the best angle for your Face ID and Nightstand Mode! You can still get notifications, messages, calls or binge-watch with comfort.
Plux is crowdfunding on Indiegogo right now and it will cost $39USD for the super early bird pack. As with any crowdfunding campaign, there is a risk supporting them. We’ve recently heard about several that we’ve written about that have failed or are having issues. Our reporting on crowdfunding campaigns does not mean we support or are affiliated with them. Support at your own risk.
Last Updated on February 13, 2018.