Anker PowerWave+ for Apple Watch and iPhone Tested

Why thank you very much.

Cool, Great Pictures

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Nice review and nice pictures! I think your review is a little late :confused:

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Thanks for posting your review, I would have liked a little more in depth of how long it took to charge your pixel and iPhone.

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Great review and pictures :thumbsup:

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Thanks! great pics!

Great review and great pictures as well. Glad I wasn’t selected for this contest since I was planning on using to charge my Samsung Watch and from your review it seems like it wouldn’t have worked. Thanks for sharing your review :thumbsup:

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Thanks for sharing your review and pictures!

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It didn’t work at all on the Samsung Watch.

The first unit had a technical issue with it so they sent a replacement. At the time I reported the issue, they didn’t have inventory available to send me a new one. Hence, I had to wait.

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That makes sense. Glad you got it all sorted out!

Good review and pics.

:+1:t2:

If you don’t mind me asking, what issues did you have with the first one they sent you?

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Nice review. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and images of the new charger.

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Can you elaborate a bit more on why the Samsung watch did not work with the charger?

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very lucky nice review to in love with the white power wave

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The first one the USB power adaptor with it didn’t work and the charging pad was a little finicky.

The second one was a lot better.

There is no charger for the watch in the stand. It is just a stand.

In order, for the Apple charging part to work, you need to insert the Apple magnetic charger into it, which is why the bottom opens and has a USB port in it with a way to neatly coil the USB cable in it.

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Thanks for getting back and letting me know :thumbsup: mayve they come out with a version that works for other watches

thanks for sharing, this is still not useful for me. Possibly in a few years time it may