Cart
{[{jc.cart.data.item_count}]} product products
There are no products in your cart!
{[{ item.product_title }]}
{[{ item.variant_title }]}
{[{ item.price }]}
{[{ item.original_price }]}
Subtotal
{[{ jc.cart.data.total_price }]}
{[{jc.cart.data.total_discount}]}
Choose your shipping destination

Woodie Hub

Woodie Cover

Woodie Power Bank

Made in Italy

FAQ

How does wireless charging work?

In a nutshell, when electricity ‘travels’ through a copper wire, it provides an electromagnetic field. The inductive coil used for wireless charging has a special placement of copper wires to create a specific magnetic field. The magnetic field which is created by the sending coil (E.g. charging station) interacts with the receiving coil. In turn this magnetic field is turned into power by the receiving coil and then transferred to the device (E.g. mobile phone). In other words: Electricity – sender coil – magnetic field – receiving coil – electricity.

Take the first step

First things first: join our newsletter and you’ll get 10% off your next order.