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afternoone 03-15-2019 01:35 AM

I just DIY a motorcycle wireless charger
I was looking for a wireless charger for my motorcycle, I hope that one could be very slim and waterproof, But as we all know, there is almost not a wireless charger is waterproof.

So i was try to buy one and remove the cover and attach the board on. but still that is a lot troublesome.

my first try to remove the cover and make it my self

Like, if you use something to cover the chip and the board, there is no way to separate the hit it generate while charging.
But if the board goes too hot, that will be very danger, even will destroy the phone or even broke my face.

But, if not make it perfect waterproof, you could not charge in the rain if the rain was really bad.

So.......... I don't satisfy about this one.
Then I start looking again.


Finally I found one.

This has been IP 67 rated I got this. It's small enough that it will fit on a Small- RAM X-Grip mount and with double sided M3 tape hold firmly. I have 35 miles ride (40 min) to work. my phone was at 90% when I left home, and when I got to work the Pixel 3 was fully charged! :) I am using Google Auto, thus the screen is always on full brightness, I have BT connected and play music, plus I have Waze running. It sill charged the phone. i am really happy about it.
Soopus-X waterproof wireless charger for motorcycle

in order to prove it they even show me a picture of truly water picture. I can only say ,cool

here is some thing, I want to say,
Why not we have a challenge of DIY, Show me what cool thing you have made.

BBob 03-15-2019 04:13 AM


afternoone 03-15-2019 04:19 AM

Bad system.
It is my 2 time to try to answer you.

the system not post my picture on.
so , you see this is as a spam.

sorry for that.
I hate the system here.

afternoone 03-15-2019 04:22 AM

finally I make it, now you don't see it as spam.

Vinish 03-15-2019 07:32 AM

Looks interesting, afternoone. Where are you from?

BBob 03-15-2019 09:11 AM


Originally Posted by afternoone (Post 2550915)
Bad system.
It is my 2 time to try to answer you.

the system not post my picture on.
so , you see this is as a spam.

sorry for that.
I hate the system here.

Ahhh... gotcha. My apologies. We've had problems with spammers in the past. Glad you aren't one. :)

PSM 04-04-2019 09:55 AM

I'm confused, what is the point of this? The wireless charger has to be plugged into the bike so why not just plug in the phone instead of adding an extra step that can go bad? I could understand if the point was to keep things looking cleaner by eliminating wires but it still uses the same amount of wires. I'm all for trying new things but this seems pointless. If I'm missing something please let me know because this one really has me scratching my head.

Bigmike17 04-04-2019 10:03 AM

I like the idea but the issue with wireless chargers is that they do not work with phones with rugged cases on them. In these days of $1000 phones I certainly will not be going without a case especially on the M/C.

Blowndodge 04-04-2019 10:09 AM

I'm still not convinced it's not spam. 1st post advertising product that if you have a cigarette lighter you don't need. Maybe it's just me. verbiage comes across as someone telling me I have millions of dollars waiting for me.

SemperVee 04-04-2019 10:45 AM

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That guy is SPAM/advertising... Not an Vic guy. Why is he allowed here.

My CCT with plug in for my phone in the fairing that holds phone and charges at same time... Simple, reliable. Done.

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