NORDMÄRKETriple pad for wireless charging, white/cork

$44.99

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With NORDMÄRKE triple pad, you avoid searching for chargers and everyone in the family can charge their smartphone wirelessly. You can also build it into a piece of furniture or use it as a standalone.

Article Number104.780.77

Product details

You can easily charge your smart phone wirelessly. If your phone supports wireless charging, place it on the charging pad.

You can charge up to 3 phones simultaneously since the charger has 3 individual charging points.

When you put your phone on the charger, an indicator light turns on. The light then dims to avoid disturbing you, like when you’re going to sleep.

Cork is a natural material giving variations in color and appearance.

No need to search for lost chargers and untangle messy cords.

Qi-certified and compatible with all Qi-certified smartphones and devices.

Works with for example Apple® IPhone 8 and Samsung® Galaxy S6 or newer models.

If your battery is completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before it starts charging. This is entirely normal. You can see that the battery has begun charging when the battery symbol appears on your phone.

Charging time may vary based on the device’s battery capacity, charge level, the age of the battery and the temperature in the surrounding area.

Devices may get warm during charging; this is completely normal and they will gradually cool down again after they are fully charged.

Max. power induction charging: 3x5W.

Designer

David Wahl

Article Number104.780.77
  • Housing/ Base:

    Polycarbonate/ABS plastic

    Spacer:

    Synthetic rubber

    Unplug the charger from the power source before cleaning.

    To clean the charger, wipe with a moist cloth. Never submerge the charger in water.

  • This product and all IKEA wireless-charging solutions have been tested and are Qi-certified for a safe use. The product is compatible with all Qi-certified smartphones and devices.Recommended for children 8 years and older.
  • Special waste handling may be required. Please contact your local authorities for more information.

    Product possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

Measurements

Length: 12 "

Width: 5 "

Height: 1 "

Cord length: 6 ' 3 "

  • NORDMÄRKE
    Triple pad for wireless chargingArticle Number104.780.77

    Width: 5 ¾ "

    Height: 2 ¼ "

    Length: 12 ½ "

    Weight: 1 lb 5 oz

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

3(5)
Great value!AdamEasy to use and fits anywhere. Charges both Android and Apple products. Very likely to get another.5
Don’t waste your money.FeshicaThis stopped working in less than one week. It doesn’t work and it’s not worth the money.1
Great chargerSarahGreat product. It's big so make sure you have the space4
Affordable chargerDINAThis is an affordable wireless charger that quickly charges three phones at once. I love the versatility of being able to mount it under the desk, because it does look clean when you integrate it to the desk. But I did not want to cut out my desk, so I just took off the cork and left the white charging station on my desk for a cleaner look. I gave it 4 stars because you need to take out the phone from its case if it is not silicone/other type that allows for wireless charging. The “naked” phone can slide off the charger in the process of charging because the coils in the battery vibrate and move the phone off the plus sign where it’s charged. I guess it is a design flaw, but I needed a new case anyways, so I got a silicone one and now can just put my phone on the charger and it does not move. I could not find a more affordable wireless charging station anywhere else. Buying several more for around the house, either triple or single.4
Just don"tJackIt's essentially useless as it's so difficult to get phones to charge on this. Additionally, when it's complete charging - it begins blinking a light. So if you're in the room you get a dance atmosphere. So many things wrong here.1