The Peel Super Thin Wireless Charger

A beautifully simple wireless charger for iPhone and Android

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#2 Product of the DayJune 18, 2018

The Peel Wireless Charger was engineered to be visually simple and incredibly thin. It charges both iPhone and Android devices at their fastest wireless charging speeds (7.5w and 10w). The extra long cable can reach your outlet from a distance (wall plug not included). It's available in black or white for $49.

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Reviews

  • Raad Ahmed ⚔
    Raad Ahmed ⚔Founder/CEO, LawTrades
    Pros: 

    Product looks and feels great

    Cons: 

    Doesn't always charge (iPhone X)

    UPDATE: Received a replacement product and experienced the charging issues. Got the Morphie wireless charger base and it works 10x better.

    I just received my order today and the packaging was beautiful.

    The problem is if you don't place it exactly in a certain way on the pad, it charges for a second and then stops. So while I had it on the charger for over 1.5 hours, when I came back to it, it still showed ~15% charge because wasn't it placed down properly (a certain amount of the phone surface area needs to stick out on both sides).

    Even after I tried re-placing my iPhone, I had to move it around a couple of times in order ensure it remains in charging mode.

    This hasn't happened to me yet, but imagine leaving your phone on the charging pad at night only to wake up to a low battery phone right before heading out.

    Bottom line: So far it looks like its actually just easier to charge it the traditional way. Assuming that I didn't get a defect product, I'm going to reach out to peel to request a refund, as this charging experience creates more stress than making it easier.

    Raad Ahmed ⚔ has used this product for one month.
  • Luke Seeley
    Luke SeeleyCreative Director, Pixel Union
    Pros: 

    Perfect looking

    Cons: 

    No wall adapter, didn't work with iPhone adapter

    The charger doesn't come with a wall adapter, which isn't a problem if you've had a few iPhones over the years. I plugged it in with the standard issue iPhone 5W outlet adapter and it worked! For a couple seconds before it stopped charging. I left it overnight just in case, but no dice. I emailed their support and submitted a replacement request, but didn't hear back for a few days. Tweeting at them worked almost instantaneously, however.

    Anyway, I tried the 12W iPad wall outlet and it now seems to work. That said, there was no instruction from what I saw on the product page nor help centre, warning me that my iPhone outlet adapter wouldn't work at all.

    Luke Seeley has used this product for one week.

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Melissa Zee
Melissa Zee@mzindaa · Manager of Social Media, NBOA
Use code "DISCOUNT20" for 20% off (found with @couponfollow's Cently)
Matt Galligan
Matt Galligan@mg · CEO & Co-founder Picks & Shovels
@marshal Congrats this looks slick!
John Alexander
John Alexander@johnalxndr · Growth @ shoflo
how does the charging speed compare to others wireless chargers?
Marshall Haas
Marshall HaasMaker@marshal · CEO & Co-Founder, Need/Want
@johnalxndr Hey John, for iPhone wireless charging, there's 5w and 7.5w wireless chargers. Ours is the faster offering at 7.5w for iPhones (fastest Apple allows). For android it goes up to 10w.
Juan Rafael Lopez
Juan Rafael Lopez@juan_rafael_lopez
And the best way to wirelessly charge a Pixel 2 today is ....? Give me a good answer and I'll buy this product.
Bryan Maniotakis
Bryan Maniotakis@bryanmanio · Design Director — Toy Rockets
Beautiful! Just featured it on the minimalgoodsco instagram account. I ordered one as well, and will shoot some photos and do a full review when it arrives.
ilya yampolsky
ilya yampolsky@ilscfn · Dad/Trader/Biz Owner/Novice Developer
@bryanmanio awesome blog!
Bryan Maniotakis
Bryan Maniotakis@bryanmanio · Design Director — Toy Rockets
@ilscfn Thanks!