Wireless mode.

No need to connect any cables, simply drop off your phone and the Jeda Wireless Pad will start charging — wirelessly.


Total grip.

Your phone won’t go anywhere. Thanks to the TPU coating and positioning rails, the Jeda Wireless Pad will protect your phone while you drive.


The Qi coils make sure your phone keeps charging no matter which position it is placed in.

Easy installation


Non-slip TPU coating
Cable Length: 7.8 inches / 20cm
Power Source: 5-12V
Height: 6.5 in /165 mm
Length: 0.2 in /6 mm
Width: 5.9 in /150 mm
Weight: 4.37 oz /124 g

Read more in the FAQs section




How many phones can be charged in a Jeda Wireless Pad?

You can charge up to two phones on the Jeda Wireless Pad.

Is the Jeda Wireless Pad waterproof?

The Jeda Wireless Pad will be fine if some liquids are spilled on the surface, but big spills or submersion into any liquids should be avoided. The warranty does not cover water damage.

Can I use the Jeda Wireless Pad if I have a phone case?

Yes, the Jeda Wireless Pad can be used even if you have a phone case, although we recommend not using a phone case more than 6mm thick.


Does the Jeda Wireless Pad support fast charging?

Yes, the Jeda Wireless Pad is fast charging capable. It works with the quick charge 3.0 capabilities of the Qualcomm MCU ( Samsung phones ) and also the 7.5W iphone charge. Since the Tesla Model 3 front USB ports only provide around 5W of current, a fast charge module is required.

What is the current input of the Jeda Wireless Pad for the model 3 ?

The current input of the Jeda Wireless Pad ranges from 5W to 15W ( fast charge ) This is the same current output that the Jeda Wireless Pad will be able to charger your phone at. Current output 1 = 5v 1A Current output 2 ( fast charge ) = 9v 1.65A Technical slang aside, around 5V 1A is the regular current of most phone charger manufacturers. The Jeda Wireless Pad will charge as fast of this kind of charger, which you are probably using. If you want extra power, we recommend getting our fast charge module.


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