Review: HyperJuice Wireless Charger for AirPods – a case for your…case?

The HyperJuice Wireless Charging Adapter for AirPods allows you to wirelessly charge your AirPods using any Qi-certified charger.

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24 Comments on Review: HyperJuice Wireless Charger for AirPods – a case for your…case?

  1. Bro you kept airpods wrong way in case it has that circular grove for button and then it will not interpret in led of charging case

    • Yes, I’m a dummy, apparently. It’s not super-obvious, because the FCC wording (which is usually hidden on the rear of products) is front and center with the AirPods oriented this way. But the notch for the button, and the fact that the hinge isn’t hindered makes it pretty clear that this is the right way. Sorry about that. Nullify that complaint then, it’s even better than I thought. – Jeff

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  3. I know, the AirPods are in “backwards”. Yes, I’m a dummy, apparently. It’s not super-obvious, because the FCC wording (which is usually hidden on the rear of products) is front and center with the AirPods oriented this way. But the notch for the button, and the fact that the hinge isn’t hindered makes it pretty clear that this is the right way. Sorry about that. Nullify that complaint then, it’s even better than I thought. The good news is that it works both ways 🙂 – Jeff

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