Bali Extra-Slim Wireless Charger

Design by: Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Collection: Bali


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Extra slim 10W wireless charger (5mm)

  • Black
  • White
SKU: LL126 Category:
  • 1 year warranty

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Extra slim 10W wireless charger (5mm) with built-in USB cord (1.2m)
Fast charging : approx 3h for a full smartphone charge Qi-certified (wireless power transfer using inductive charging)
Water resistance IP66
Compatible with Qi-enabled smartphones

Power supply: on built-in USB cable and a Quick Charge 3.0 certified power adapter or a USB DC 9V/2A power adapter (not included)
Material: PC
Suggested branding: pad print
Dimensions: Ø 3.5 x 0.18”
G.W: 5.9 oz

image The world's thinnest wireless charger

The world's thinnest wireless charger

Bali 10W Extra-Slim Wireless Charger provides fast, optimal and secure wireless charge for the latest iPhone, Samsung and all other Qi compatible devices. Made in sleek matt finishing, Bali can successfully deliver wire-free charge through most smartphone cases up to 3mm. The curved strips designed at the top surface ensure heat dissipation and thereby offer a temperature control to protect your device’s battery. One of the world’s thinnest wireless charging pad, Bali is available in white or black and will be a stylish addition to your home or workspace to provide a convenient and cable-free charging experience. Bali comes with an integrated 1.2m long USB-A cable to effortlessly power it up to a wall charger.

Manuela Simonelli & Andrea Quaglio

Quaglio Simonelli was born out of a meeting between two designers, Andrea Quaglio and Manuela Simonelli, their common work is really fed by stories, a creative look at the surrounding world, mutations they would wish to induce: therefore they create familiar looking objects contaminated by the unexpected and the poetical. Miami is the name of the collection: elegantly flying on nostalgic wings, an Art Deco stylistic wink meeting actual technical requirements. It preserves gracious powers through a transversal proposal. This series bears the precise signatures of an approach basing their practice - never to see things the way they are.