1. SteelSteve's Avatar
    I normally put my phone on the charger before I go to bed, and let it charge overnight. With these turbo chargers that supposedly fully charge the phone in just a few hours does it hurt to leave it on charge all night?
    08-19-2016 08:28 PM
  2. Photo_Drew's Avatar
    I haven't been plugging in until I'm getting ready in the morning. It usually puts good enough charge on it

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    08-19-2016 09:04 PM
  3. mobrules's Avatar
    I've only really used the supplied charger twice. I use a couple of Verizon chargers usb c fast chargers. One for the house and one for the car. I only charge when necessary and don't leave it plugged in overnight.

    But I will also use a couple of QC 2.0 chargers most of the time. I have some adapters that are usb micro to usb c. I have way too many micro cables to give them up.

    The other day I used a QC 2.0 car charger for about a 200 mile trip. I had 4g, GPS, and screen at 100. I started out with the battery at 100% and it never dropped at all. 4 hours later I was still at 100% pulling up at home.
    It doesn't turbo charge the battery but kept it topped off.
    08-19-2016 11:01 PM
  4. Ry's Avatar
    I normally put my phone on the charger before I go to bed, and let it charge overnight. With these turbo chargers that supposedly fully charge the phone in just a few hours does it hurt to leave it on charge all night?
    Charging slows down when near capacity anyway.
    Laura Knotek and mobrules like this.
    08-20-2016 12:55 AM
  5. Ry's Avatar
    I haven't been plugging in until I'm getting ready in the morning. It usually puts good enough charge on it

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    I'm probably gonna go this route.

    I also have a long enough commute that TurboPower charging in the car may get me to 100% before I get into the office.
    mobrules likes this.
    08-20-2016 12:57 AM
  6. HowardShap's Avatar
    I normally put my phone on the charger before I go to bed, and let it charge overnight. With these turbo chargers that supposedly fully charge the phone in just a few hours does it hurt to leave it on charge all night?
    It won't hurt the phone battery at all to leave it plugged in overnight, no matter how quickly the phone reaches full charge.
    08-20-2016 03:01 AM
  7. YAYTech's Avatar
    All smartphones, tablets, etc will draw the power they need. The charger doesn't "push" the charge, the device draws what it needs. So there's no risk of overcharging, etc.
    08-20-2016 03:05 PM
  8. benjamminh's Avatar
    I like leaving it unplugged overnight to get the longer run times, ha ha.
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    08-20-2016 03:42 PM
  9. fr4nk1yn's Avatar
    Here's how it works: The battery is charged to 100% then, even though the phone reports it's charging, it's stopped until the battery drops sufficiently, then it tops it off again slowly.

    This is how you often unplug and find the battery at 95% 15 minutes later.
    mobrules likes this.
    08-20-2016 08:47 PM

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