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iWALK PowerGrip Mag | 6000mAh 18W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank For iPhone

iWALK PowerGrip Mag | 6000mAh 18W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank For iPhone

Regular price $39.99 USD
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1) Mag-Safe Wireless Charger: Designed for iPhone 15/14/13/12, it features strong Mag-Suction technology for case-free or covered with mag-safe case charging.
2) Fast Wireless Charging: This wireless charger supports 7.5W fast charging for iPhone 15/14/13/12, and it offers 18W PD input and output via USB-C.
3) Intelligent Battery Status: LED power indicators display the remaining battery capacity.
4) Built-in Finger Ring: The power bank includes a convenient finger ring holder designed to secure your iPhone 15/14/13/12 and enable easy carrying while talking.
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  • Product Description

  • Specifications

    Input:
    USB C 18W ,Output: USB C 18W, Wireless

    Output:
    15W Max

    Size:
    4*2.6*0.8 inch

    Weight:
    0.36b

    Capacity:
    6000mAh (3.7V/22.2Wh)

    It almost gives you a full charge on a 15 pro max.

  • Comparison With Others

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    iWALK PowerGrip Mag | 6000mAh 18W Magnetic Wireless Power Bank For iPhone
    DBL6000M
    Regular price $39.99 USD
    Regular price Sale price $39.99 USD
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    6000mAh
    3h
    LED Display
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    4.1x2.6x0.8 inch & 163g
    iPhone 15/14/13/12 Series
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    Regular price $39.99 USD
    Regular price Sale price $39.99 USD
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    USB-C
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    1h33m
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    2h53m
    LED Display
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    Regular price $34.99 USD
    Regular price Sale price $34.99 USD
    PD Fast Charging
    Lightning
    4500mAh (3.6V/16.2Wh)
    1h59min
    LED Display
    Black, White, Pink, Purple, Blue
    3x2x1 inch & 99g
    iPhone 14/13/13 Pro/12/12 Pro/11/XR/XS/X/8/7/6
    DBS4500L
    Regular price $39.99 USD
    Regular price Sale price $39.99 USD
    Ultra-Compact Sparkly Battery Pack
    Lightning
    4500mAh
    2h23m
    LED Indicator
    Silver, Black, Purple, Blue, Pink
    3.1 x 1.9 x 1 inch & 90g
    iPhone 14/13/13 Pro/12/12 Pro/11/XR/XS/X/8/7/6
  • Shipping & Returns

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    Shipping times for orders in the USA: Delivered in 3 - 10 business days.
    Rest of the world: Delivered in 7 - 15 business days.
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    Warranty and customer support for iWALK power banks: 1 year from date of delivery.
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FAQ

How does wireless charging work?

Wireless phone chargers, also known as wireless charging pads or wireless charging stations, work on the principle of electromagnetic induction to transfer power from the charger to the phone without the need for physical connectors like charging cables. Transmitter (Charging Pad): The wireless charger, or transmitter, contains a coil of wire, typically made of copper, which is connected to a power source. When you plug the charger into an electrical outlet, it generates an alternating current (AC) through this coil. Receiver (Phone): Your phone also has a coil inside, which is usually located on the back of the device or under the back cover. This coil is connected to the phone's battery and charging circuit. Electromagnetic Field: When the charger is connected to power, it generates an electromagnetic field around the coil. This field is created by the alternating current running through the coil. The coil in the phone also interacts with this electromagnetic field. Induction: According to Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, a change in the magnetic field around a coil of wire induces an electromotive force (EMF) or voltage in the wire. In the case of wireless charging, the changing magnetic field in the charger's coil induces a voltage in the coil inside the phone. Conversion: The induced voltage in the phone's coil is then converted from AC to DC using a rectifier circuit. This DC power is used to charge the phone's battery or power the device, depending on whether it's connected to a power source or not. Charging: As long as the phone's coil remains within the range of the charger's electromagnetic field, power will be transferred from the charger to the phone. When the phone's battery is fully charged or is removed from the charger, the charging process stops. For wireless charging to work, both the charger (transmitter) and the phone (receiver) must support the same wireless charging standard, such as Qi, which is a widely adopted standard for wireless charging in various devices. Compatibility between the charger and the device is crucial for successful wireless charging. When you place your phone on a compatible wireless charger, the electromagnetic induction process begins, and your phone starts charging without the need for physical connections.

How to use magnetic power bank?

Magnetic power banks are designed to attach magnetically to the back of smartphones, especially those that support magnetic charging or accessory attachment. Check Compatibility: Make sure your smartphone is compatible with magnetic charging or accessory attachment. Magnetic power banks are often designed for specific phone models that support this feature, like some recent iPhones with MagSafe technology or certain Android phones. Charge the Magnetic Power Bank: Before you can use the magnetic power bank, make sure it's charged. Connect the power bank to a power source using the provided cable and charger. Most magnetic power banks use USB-C or micro-USB connectors for charging. Attach the Magnetic Power Bank: Depending on the design of the magnetic power bank, there are different attachment methods. Here are a couple of common scenarios: MagSafe Magnetic Power Bank (for iPhones): If you have an iPhone with MagSafe support and a compatible MagSafe magnetic power bank, simply align the magnetic coil on the back of your iPhone with the power bank's magnetic connector. It should snap into place. Your phone should recognize the power bank, and the charging process will begin. Magnetic Attachment Power Banks (for Android phones): For Android phones or other devices that support magnetic attachment, locate the magnetic area on the back of your device. Align this area with the corresponding magnetic connector on the power bank. The magnets should attract each other and hold the power bank in place. Your device should start charging. Monitor Charging: Once the magnetic power bank is attached to your smartphone and the magnets secure it in place, you should see the charging indicator on your device. This can be a visual icon or text indicating that it's charging. Use Your Device: You can use your smartphone while it's attached to the magnetic power bank, just as you would when using a regular power bank. Detach the Magnetic Power Bank: When your smartphone is charged, or when you no longer need the power bank, gently detach it by pulling it off the back of your device. It should come off easily thanks to the magnetic attachment. Recharge the Magnetic Power Bank: After using the power bank, make sure to recharge it for future use by connecting it to a power source.

What's the pass-through charging function?

Simultaneous charging of the phone and power bank at the same time and pass-through charging will fully charge the mobile phone first, then charge the product.

How to check the remaining battery on the power bank?

LED digital display, check the remaining power anytime, anywhere

How to turn off iwalk portable charger?

Press and hold the power on/off button or automatic power off after 30 seconds of non-use

Power bank charging habits and best practices

  • To preserve battery lifespan, use and recharge at least once every 4 mouths.
  • Use original or certified cables.
  • Do not expose to liquids.
  • Avoid use at too low or too high a temperature

How to use iwalk wireless charger?

This wireless charger is not compatible with non-MagSafe phone cases, such as Otterbox Defender cases. Recommend to connect USB wall adapter with PD、Quick Charge 2.0/3.0output to optimeze the charging effciency. Do not use an adapter with an output of 5V/1A (5W) or less. High temperatures will reduce charging speed and restrict power, which is somethingthat happens to all wireless chargers. It is recommended that you charge your device inenvironments with temperatures below 25C 77F.