Review: ATOMI – 10W QI Wireless FAST Charger Pad w/ Samsung NOTE20 ULTRA

I got this Atomi Qi Wireless Charging Base 10W (https://amzn.to/35xXWIk ) for my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G ( https://amzn.to/3qa8THC ) and for my Samsung BUDS+ ( https://amzn.to/3qmxKc6 ) ear buds as both can use fast wireless charging.

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The Atomi Qi Wireless Charging Base 10W (https://amzn.to/35xXWIk ) is similar to other 10W chargers and will need a USB wall power adaptor able to output 5v @ 2A or 9 V at 1.67 A , for that i bought a ANKER 30W 2 Port Fast Charger ( https://amzn.to/3qeZP4j ). Fast Charging wirelessly is slower than directly plugging in a USB C fast charger cable in. The benefit of fast charging wirelessly is the convenience of not using a plug and wearing down the USB port.

I also tested the SUP CASE Unicorn Beetle Case for Samsung NOTE20 Ultra ( https://amzn.to/3sjNsFX ) as it requires a strong wireless charger to be able to charge through the thick case. The Atomi was able to fast charge through the Sup Case.

Overall I am happy with the Atomi Qi charger as it is packaged well and would make a presentable gift to people who have wireless charging devices.

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RAVPower Solar Charger 28W Solar Panel with 3 USB Port Travel Charger – REVIEW and UNBOXING

I bought the RAVPower Solar Charger 28W Solar Panel with 3 USB Port Travel Charger ( https://amzn.to/3hyKIhZ) on Amazon for $49. I was planning to take this solar panel on my camping trip this week. In this video I will unbox and review this portable solar travel charger.
It comes with the 28W solar panel, 2 USB micro cables, and 4 metal hooks.

Why: I needed a portable compact solar travel charger for my road trips and place on my under my windshield when I was parked with the window open. The specifications and function is quite good on this charger 28 Watts with 3 USB ports outputting 2.1A per port. The built in charge controller works well.

The solar panels are very efficient and stores very compact compared to my previous DOKIO 80 Watt folding solar panel kit ( https://amzn.to/2OXphuA ). I typically use my 80 watt during multiple day camping trips to charge my USB devices and my 12 volt car battery by leaving it on top of the car windshield. I also use several solar security lights ( https://amzn.to/3hAE0b3 ) for my house to quickly add security lighting to places with limited power. They have worked well for the past 2 years.

REVIEW: I tested the panel on my porch to charge my power banks. In 4 hours, it topped off half-full my Miady 26800mAh PD Portable Charger Power Bank ( https://amzn.to/2WXHWuL ). The temperature was about 70 degrees worked well with all 3 USB ports at 2.1A. I decided to place the unit on my car dash board to check size and fit. 5 minutes placing it on my dash, 3 USB port charge controller fell off! Apparently the glue or adhesive backing did not stick well to the nylon material.

CONCLUSION: While it still charges, the glue is not durable in heat. The temperature was less than 75 degrees in the car. I will still bring it with me on my trip however i feel who ever designed it did not pick the correct adhesive. I read more reviews on Amazon ( https://amzn.to/3hyKIhZ ) and others experienced similar glue issues. If i had mounted this on my backpack, the charge port would have torn off during the hike. The charging is fine, the build and design missed the mark. I have sent an email to RavPower for a resolution, if not its going to be returned.

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