Charger Types

For Apple devices
For Android devices and new iPads
Micro USB
For old Android devices

Wireless Chargers

Wireless charging is a convenient and cable-free way to charge your device.
There is no need to frequently plug in your phone when using a wireless charger,
so this means you may find your cables and your device’s charge port last better
as they aren’t constantly being used.

We stock a variety of different Wireless Chargers to provide the charging speeds you need.


MagSafe is a magnetic technology developed by Apple, it is implemented in the
iPhone 12 series and newer. It is can be used for wireless charging as well as attaching
accessories or cases to your iPhone. As these wireless chargers are magnetic as well,
they will stay attached even as you use the device, which can be an extra level of convience.

Power Banks

Power Banks are great for extra power when you are on the go, or if your phone battery doesn’t last as long as you need. They can charge your device by storing power until you need it later with many of them keeping a charge for several months. They come in a wide range of capacities, which often range from about 2500mah to upwards of 20,000mah+. Most smartphones will have batteries around the 2500-5000mah, so you can often charge a device multiple times on a single charge of a larger capacity power bank. When shopping for one of these, we recommend thinking about how many charges you need from a power bank before you will be able to recharge it. Once you know that, multiply how many charges by your phones approximate mah capacity and add about 25-50% extra.

Example:for a 4,000mah phone and 4 charges you would require about 16,000mah. Budgeting in the extra 25% would mean a 20,000mah battery bank would likely work great.
Example Math: 4,000mah x 4 charges = 16,000mah. 16,000mah x 1.25 = 20,000mah.

Charging Speeds

Charging speeds can vary with different phones and charging cables. older iPhones can only do 5 watts where newer ones can go up to 15w – 20w. Most Android devices can range from 15w – 45w but most can charge up to about 25w.

USB-A to Lightning
This cable does not support fast charging for most Apple devices.
USB-C to Lightning
This cable does support fast charging for Apple devices.
This cable offers slower charging speeds and data transfer speeds than a USB-C to USB-C cable
This cable offers much faster charging speeds as well as Power Delivery (PD) which allows the device to determine how much power can be pulled from the charger in order to charge as fast as possible.