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    Default How about $12.99 for a Note 2 Wireless Charging Pad with Wireless Receiver

    Find a wireless charging pad deal with the price of $12.99.

    This is the description of it. What's your opinion for the price?

    Qi compatible wireless charging pad
    1. Color: Blue
    2. Input: 5V, 2A
    3. Output: 5V, 1A max.
    4. Frequency: 100-200kHz
    5. Power distance: 5mm
    6. AC/DC adapter input: 100-240v 50/60hz
    7. Compatible with Galaxy NoteII, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820, Nexus4, Nexus5, nexus7, HTC 8X and so on. [Some phone models among them need an extra wireless receiver, like galaxy]

    Receiver for Galaxy Note II
    1. Color: black
    2. Input: self-adaptation
    3. Output: DC 5.0V

    1. Connect the wireless pad to an outlet such as a qualified AC adapter, then a LED light is on. Put your phone on the charging plate and the battery starts to charge. The led light blinks during charging. If the phone won’t start to charge, please try to reposition it.
    2. For Galaxy Note II, a Qi-compatible wireless pad is not enough, so we include a receiver especially for this phone model. For some models like Nokia Lumia 920, Lumia 820, Nexus4, what you need is only a wireless charging pad, no extra receiver is needed.
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    Default Re: How about $12.99 for a Note 2 Wireless Charging Pad with Wireless Receiver

    DO you have a link to the product? If it is a i605 (Verizon Model) you will have to mod your phone a bit. If it is an unlocked model (7100) it should be fine.

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