Motorcycle Wireless Charging Head by QuadLock

Regular price $109.95

Compatible with all Quad Lock Motorcycle Mounts

Wireless Charging Compatibility:
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, SE (2nd Gen), X/Xs, Xs Max, XR, 8 Plus, 8
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, S20, Note10, Note10+, Note9, S10+, S10, S10e, S9+, S9, S8+ and S8
  • Google Pixel 4, 4 XL, 3, 3 XL
  • Huawei P40 Pro and P30 Pro

The Wireless Charging Head is not compatible with the Universal Adaptor

FAST CHARGING CAPABILITY

Easily use GPS navigation without draining your smartphones battery. Featuring 5W, 7.5W & 10W charging you can quickly charge your smartphone on the way to your next destination.

SECURE MOUNTING

The dual stage lock means you can ride with confidence as your smartphone is securely mounted to your motorcycle while it charges.

IP66 WATER RESISTANT

Rain happens. So the Quad Lock Motorcycle Wireless Charging Head is IP66 Water Resistant, allowing you to ride through the elements.

EASY INSTALLATION

The Quad Lock Motorcycle Wireless Charging Head comes with everything you need to install it with your Quad Lock Motorcycle Mount (sold separately).

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • Quad Lock Motorcycle Wireless Charging Head
  • 12V/SAE to USB Adaptor
  • 50cm (20 inch) USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 1.5m (59 inch) USB-A to USB-C cable
  • 20cm (8 inch) SAE to M6 Ring Terminal cable
  • Hex Key
  • M5 x 35 SS304 CSK Screw
  • x5 Zip Ties

TECH SPECS

  • Dual stage lock
  • Surge/Polarity Protection
  • Built from a combination of die cast aluminium and reinforced plastics
  • 5W, 7.5W & 10W charging (fast charging capabilities)
  • IP66 Water Resistant
  • Minimum recommended input from 5V/2A USB-A port
  • LED light for status indication
  • Portrait or Landscape mounting for optimal viewing
  • Aluminium rear housing to dissipate heat
  • CE/FCC certified
  • On/Off button to power device

*Compatible with all Quad Lock Motorcycle Mounts and suitable wireless charging smartphones

The Motorcycle Wireless Charging Head comes with an LED light to indicate the level of power your device is receiving. See diagram for further explanation.