If you’re looking for some smartphone accessories, more specifically chargers and cables, Momax offers a good variety of relatively affordable ones including some for the latest iPhone 13 series smartphones and their predecessors. Today, we’re taking a look at a perfect combo should you choose to save up a few bucks with the Momax Q.Mag Dock and the Momax Q.Mag Fusion 10W Magnetic Charger. With just slightly over the price of a single Apple MagSafe charger, you’ll get a magnetic wireless charger and a dock to put it on and serve as a smartphone stand as well.
MY EARLY BREAKDOWN
Pros: Affordable, Strong Magnet, USB Type C, Scratch deterrent surface.
Cons: Slower than the original Apple MagSafe charger
- 10W Fast Wireless Charging
- For Qi-enabled earbuds and smartphones like iPhone 12/Mini/Pro/Pro Max
- Slim Design
- Woven Base & Aluminium Rim
- Strong Magnet
- Input : 5V/ 2A, 9V/ 1.67A(USB-C)
- Wireless output : 5W / 7.5W / 10W
- Size : 56 x 56 x 6 mm
- Cable length: 1.2m
- Weight: 48g
WHAT’S IN THE PACKAGE
Momax Q.Mag Dock
The packaging for the Momax Q.Mag Dock is full of information around the box with some image previews as well.
By the way, the Momax Q.Mag Dock and Fusion 10W Wireless Charger are sold separately but as I’ve pointed out earlier, both combined cost only around Php 2980 which is just slightly above a single Apple MagSafe Charger which cost around Php 2490.
Inside the box, we have the Momax Q.Mag Dock itself,
And a couple of paperwork.
Momax Q.Mag Fusion 10W Magnetic Charger
The same goes for the Momax Q.Mag Fusion with tons of details and image previews around the packaging.
This one actually features a flip-out window preview of the product and some more key features.
Inside the box, we have the Momax Q.Mag Fusion 10W Wireless Charger itself and a few paperwork.
The Q.Mag Dock is made mostly out of solid aluminum with rubber lining around the area where you will insert the magnetic charger.
In front, we just have a small Momax logo and some design accent that actually doesn’t do anything, functionality wise.
It has a substantially large cutout for the cable and plug to passthrough,
And it even has a small cable routing channel at the back.
At the bottom, we have a large rubber pad to make this thing stay in place.
Obviously this is compatible with the Momax Q.Mag Fusion 10W Wireless Charger but it is also compatible with the original Apple MagSafe charger if you have one already.
In comparison, the Momax Q.Mag Fusion has the same circumference with the original Apple MagSafe charger but is slightly thicker. The Momax Q.Mag Fusion also uses an integrated USB Type C plug at its tail end.
What I like about the Q.Mag Fusion is that it features a scratch-deterrent woven surface that protects the back of your phone. This is good if you’re not a smartphone case user.
However, combined together, I am not a fan of the dual “momax” branding.
In terms of actual performance and use case scenarios, both the Momax Q.Mag Dock and the Q.Mag Fusion combined makes up for a very nice upright, slightly slanted, wireless charger / smartphone stand.
You can rotate your smartphone at any orientation depending on your preference,
And the magnetic force of the Q.Mag Fusion is also comparable with the original Apple MagSafe charger.
The only drawback here is that the Momax Q.Mag Fusion only supports up to 10W which is slower than the original Apple MagSafe charger which can provide up to 15W of power. Other than that, this duo is a good option if you want a decent MagSafe compatible wireless charger and a dock for a very affordable price.
By the way, the Momax Q.Mag Fusion also supports regular Qi charging which means it is also compatible with wireless charging earbuds, other smartphones and the like.
To conclude, if you can get past the slightly slower 10W charging speed of the Momax Q.Mag Fusion, let say you only need it primarily for docking your phone at your desk while also wirelessly charging it and you want to save a few bucks, then this combo is a good option. Otherwise, just get the original Apple MagSafe charger or an equally powerful alternative.
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