Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone Review: A Beautiful and Stylish Way to Wirelessly Charge Your Devices

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The Lowdown

I must say that I was surprised at the beauty and elegance of the Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone. The depth of the character in the marble does not come through in photos, but since they are made from actual stone, each charger will have a unique look. We tried out all of the Qi charging-enabled devices in our house, and all charged as expected. The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone is perfect for anyone who is tired of the same old plastic pucks and wants to bring some beauty and style to their desk.

Overall
4.5

Pros

  • Beautiful marble with other stone options available
  • Each one is unique
  • Elegant design
  • Heavy, substantial piece
  • Provides up to 10W charging to¬† Qi-enabled devices

Cons

  • Not Apple MFi-certified, so it can’t charge latest iPhones at their max wireless charging speed
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Wireless chargers have become quite commonplace for most of us these days. In my house and on my desk at work, these chargers are usually boring plastic pucks that I toss my device on as an afterthought. What if there was a wireless charger that added to the aesthetic of your home or workspace? The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone does just that.

When I was offered the opportunity to review a marble wireless charger, I assumed it would be the same old plastic chargers I am used to with the look of marble. Boy was I wrong. The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone is designed in Italy and is made from genuine marble. Yes, this thing is a beautiful chunk of real marble.

The package comes with a USB power brick, and the charging stone has an integrated 3-foot long braided power cable.

Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone

The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone measures just under 5 inches across and almost an inch thick; it has no buttons, lights, or plastic fixtures. This charger is surprisingly substantial and heavy; felt on the back prevents marring or damaging surfaces, but it also stays in place due to the weight.

Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone

While the Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone is Qi Wireless Certified, and it will charge any smartphone or set of earbuds that are Qi-compatible at up to 10W, it is not MFi-certified. So keep in mind that it may charge iPhones at a slower rate than an Apple MFi-certified wireless charger would.

Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone

I must say that I was surprised at the beauty and elegance of the Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone. The depth of the character in the marble does not come through in photos, but since they are made from actual stone, each charger will have a unique look. If marble doesn’t appeal to you, there are six other stone options to choose from, so everyone can find something they like.

We tried out all of the Qi charging-enabled devices in our house, and all charged as expected. The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone is perfect for anyone who is tired of the same old plastic pucks and wants to bring some beauty and style to their desk.

Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone

The Eggtronic Einova Wireless Charging Stone retails for $49.99; it is available directly from the manufacturer and other retailers, including Amazon.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review sample

What I Like: Beautiful marble with other stone options available; Each one is unique; Elegant design; Heavy, substantial piece; Provides up to 10W charging to Qi-enabled devices

What Needs Improvement: Not Apple MFi-certified, so it can’t charge latest iPhones at their max wireless charging speed

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About the Author

Travis Ehrlich
Travis is a high school teacher and coach in a small South Texas town. His love for gadgets began at a very early age, and he has been a cross between a jock and a geek for most of his life. He has two boys and a wonderful wife who lets him be a gadget freak. He is a Mac convert and has drank the whole pitcher of kool-aid! He is also an avid guitar player and loves the outdoors, especially hunting with both a bow and rifle.