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Snap Wireless Power Bank Review

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The 4 Best Wireless Charging Power Banks

The Kenu BingeBank offers the best grip of any non-MagSafe wireless power bank we’ve tested in the form of a reusable adhesive pad, ensuring that your phone stays in place and keeps charging. The BingeBank can fully charge most phones three times before needing to be recharged itself; that’s as much battery capacity as we’ve seen from any Qi power bank since we began researching competitors for this guide in 2018. But it’s simply not as nice to use as the Kenu BingeBank: It doesn’t have any sort of dock or stand, so you can use it only with your phone lying flat on its surface, and its rubberized grip isn’t strong enough for it to stay connected to your device in a bag. The Scosche QiDock Powerbank is a great option if you don’t require as much portable power because your phone’s battery doesn’t often run low, and if you prefer a stand-style charger for your desk or bedside table.

RAVPower Magnetic Wireless Power Bank for MagSafe review: Snap-on fast charging

Using an Apple Watch-style puck to charge my phone seemed dumb when regular wireless chargers did the job just fine. One area where MagSafe has taken hold is in the power bank market with a bunch of brands now offering magnetically attaching portable batteries. RAVPower’s Magnetic Wireless Power Bank is designed to undercut Apple’s offering on price, but that doesn’t mean it’s short on features. The thing that sets this power bank apart from the many other portable batteries out there, and the reason you are likely reading this review, is the MagSafe compatibility.

Once attached, the connection is remarkably solid, meaning you can use your phone as normal without worrying about it falling off unexpectedly. I also found it easier to hold than other MagSafe batteries I have tried as it essentially goes all the way to the edge of my iPhone 12 rather than being a bump in the middle of the back of the phone. With many other Qi chargers providing only 5W, including Apple’s first-party solution, that’s a 50% gain in charging speed and it’s noticeable in real life even if it’s not groundbreaking. Though the overall look and feel are worse than the likes of Apple or Anker’s versions, that increase in speed makes RAVPower’s Magnetic Wireless Power Bank worthy of consideration.

Though the weight distribution is good, owing to its thinner, yet taller and wider design, that does mean that it doesn’t work with every MagSafe-enabled iPhone. Worse still, the iPhone 13 Pro won’t support a snap-on battery of this height due to the much larger camera bump taking up more room on the back of the phone. It should, however, work fine with the iPhone 13 Pro Max which has a little more distance between the MagSafe magnets and the camera bump, though I haven’t been able to verify this. Its MagSafe PowerCore Magnetic 5K has a more premium look and feel, plus the solid reputation of Anker, but is pricier at $50 and only goes up to 5W wireless charging.

The mophie snap+ juice pack mini is potentially a closer comparison with the same 7.5W Qi fast charging support and 5,000mAh capacity, though it is also more expensive at $50. You prefer premium build quality in your accessories If you’re looking for a cheap entry point to MagSafe wireless charging on the go, it’s hard to argue with RAVPower’s offering for the price.

Mophie Snap Plus Juice Pack Mini review: Slim, magnetic charging

It also shows up on Amazon but is currently temporarily out of stock — I’d recommend adding it to your Wish List and checking back regularly to see if it is available. mophie is one of those well-known brands for its mobile power accessories, so it was only a matter of time before it released a MagSafe-compatible battery pack. The exterior has a textured fabric design that is comfortable to hold with extra grip, and it’s easy to clean. The mophie logo is embossed on the front subtly, and the back features the magnetic ring array, as well as the battery capacity and all of the other FCC mumbo jumbo. However, it is important to keep in mind that on an iPhone 12 mini, because of the size of the phone and battery pack, it may block part of the camera, and it does have some slight overhang on the bottom by 4.8mm. The magnets are fairly strong and secure, and I didn’t experience it sliding off when I put my iPhone 12 Pro in my back pocket with the battery pack on.

mophie does not recommend using the snap+ juice pack mini on cases made with fabric or porous materials, unfortunately. When charging your iPhone 12 or other devices wirelessly, the mophie snap+ juice pack mini has a maximum of 7.5W output.

Thanks to its super small and compact size, I can easily fit this into the front pockets of my woman jeans without it taking too much bulk.

One of my biggest issues with the mophie snap+ juice pack mini is that the magnetic attachment doesn’t feel very strong with certain cases. Apparently, mophie is aware of this issue and does not recommend using the snap+ juice pack mini with fabric or porous cases, which is a shame. I also noticed that my phone did get warmer than I would like it to be when charging with the snap+ while in the Native Union case, so that’s something to be aware of as well.

There are also some off-brand magnetic power banks on Amazon that cost less than both mophie and Anker if you just search for a “MagSafe battery pack.” It’s also slim enough to slip into any pocket inconspicuously, and as long as you use a good case, the magnetic attachment is fairly strong. 4 out of 5 But if you’re looking for fast charging, you won’t find it with the mophie snap+ juice pack mini’s 7.5W output for wireless. And as much as I love this thing, it is a little annoying that it won’t work as well as it could with a case that has fabric on it, even if it was MagSafe compatible.

Still, you’re paying for the convenience of having a slim and compact battery pack that attaches magnetically to your iPhone, with no need for extra cables.

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Saw an ad for Snap chargers and thought it looked good and it made me happy that it was an Aussie product.

one of the most versatile portable batteries you can own

The Wireless Powerbank has a 10,000mAh battery on board so it can recharge an average smartphone two or three times on the move. The wireless charger will power your device just as quickly as if it was connected to one of the two on-board USB ports.

Most powerbanks require a microUSB cable for recharging the internal lithium polymer battery – but not this device.

It is easy to check the charge level of the battery simply by glancing at the display which will show the percentage of power left on board.

Best MagSafe and magnetic wireless chargers for Apple iPhone 13

However, plenty of other manufacturers have created magnetic wireless chargers that look and feel like MagSafe accessories. Most of the MagSafe chargers (aftermarket and MagSafe-certified) will charge other Qi-compatible devices, like select older iPhones and Android phones.

David Carnoy/CNET MyCharge calls its new line of magnetic power banks Superhero MagLock, implying that they’re real saviors. Not only do the batteries, which come in various capacities, have strong magnets and stick really well to the back of your iPhone 12 or 13, but they have raised coils, which are supposed to help with reducing heat levels while charging. However, it won’t get you a full charge, so you may want to step up to one of the higher-capacity options like the 6,000-mAh model that retails for $60. I also liked how there’s a chime when the charging starts and your phone tells you how much juice is left in the battery pack (it’s tied into iOS15).

David Carnoy/CNET Mophie’s magnetic power bank is similar to Anker’s but has a more refined design. Amazon This RAVPower combo includes a magnetic wireless charging puck with a 20-watt mini PD power adapter.

The wireless charging puck and wall adapter lists for $30 but are on sale now for $21 when you input the code RPC2 at checkout. It has a strong magnet, so your iPhone stays on the mount, and it also has an integrated USB-C cable and cigarette-lighter power adapter so you’re ready to start charging out of the box. Moko’s Armor charger includes a little kickstand you can use to keep your phone sitting on the charging stand at an angle while horizontal, and does so at a fairly inexpensive price tag. It also comes with a cigarette lighter adapter and a magnetic ring you can stick onto the back of phones that aren’t MagSafe-enabled, including Android models.

Tylt For the most part, MagSafe chargers just sort of take up space when they aren’t charging anything. At the center of a bowl there’s a pedestal with a MagSafe charger on top, which magnetically holds your phone in place. These are the real deal and will charge iPhone 13 models at a full 15 watts (when paired with a 20-watt or better USB-C charger that’s Power Delivery 3.0-enabled). Belkin also makes a two-in-one wireless charger with MagSafe for $100 that’s designed to simultaneously charge your iPhone and AirPods.

David Carnoy/CNET Belkin’s Car Vent Mount Pro with MagSafe technically isn’t a charger. It doesn’t come with a charging adapter — which is pretty ridiculous at this price — although a USB-C-to-Lightning cable is included.

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