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I’ve tested a lot of wireless chargers over the past few months, and one stands head and shoulders above the competition: The RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad.

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So, what do I like about the RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad? Well, quite a lot, to be honest.

First, it supports fast charging on the iPhone X and iPhone 8 at a very reasonable price — only $45 (and stay tuned for a way to get your hands on this product at a heavily discounted price for a limited period). For this, you not only get the charging pad, but you also get a 24W QC 3.0 adapter, which is needed for the pad to support fast charging. This charger can be used to cable charge devices such as the Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus, or Microsoft Lumia phones at 10W, allowing for a really fast tethered charge.

Note that any fast wireless charger that’s sold without an adapter will require you to buy a separate adapter, which can add significantly to the cost.

And the RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad actually does support fast charging. I’ve tested it, and if you have an iPhone X or iPhone 8 with iOS 11.2 or higher installed, it does output the required 7.5W.

The pad is also easy to use. Just pop your handset down on it, and the charging begins. With Qi-enabled devices, you also get a charge indicator that switches from orange to green when the device is fully charged, which is a nice visual indicator that you’ve got a full battery….