Wireless Charging Pad Evannex or Jeda

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SoFlaModel3

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Hello,

Ive read the thread regarding the Jeda Pad
https://getjeda.com/product/jeda-wireless-pad/

Has anyone had experience using the Evannex Pad
https://evannex.com/products/qi-wireless-phone-charger-for-tesla-model-3

Recommendations ?

Thank you
I can’t speak to the Evannex solution directly, but can confirm it’s using the same Qi pads that I used as my DIY solution before I got the Jeda Pad. Those pads worked fine for me, but I prefer the OEM look of the Jeda Pad.

I have placed an order for the Nomad one, better than both in my opinion, they make good quality products.

https://hellonomad.com/collections/power-wireless-charging/products/tesla-charger
I have tried to ask questions but haven’t gotten a response from Nomad. They have a fast charge battery included within their product, but the max output they support is 7.5W. The thing that doesn’t make sense is that the front USB support 7.5W already so what does the battery actually do? My other hesitation is the 7.5W max output. If the new iPhones drop in September supporting greater than 7.5W I would be upset that my brand new charger was already not meeting what my phone can/could handle.

That said, I think their pad “looks” the best so far.
 

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i installed the nomad a couple of weeks back and it looks and works great. install instructions where abysmal - that's from both me (IT dude) and my wife (professional technical documentation writer/editor).

but still a thumbs up to the nomad product.
 

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Can I ask what was lacking in the instructions? I assume the correct use of the splitter cables, as that was always a bit vague.
 

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thanks for reaching out

yes, the splitter cables were a bit interpretive, but also the description in some of the steps could be read in different ways (FWIW, i was right, my wife was wrong, but don't tell her i said that). She also pointed out that a picture would have helped.

i'll have to look at the instructions tonight to see what twigs, but can we take it off line? no sense airing the sausage making.