With the launch of C&S Wireless comes the luxury of experiencing a new way to charge your phone and earphones. The sleek wireless charging pads and trays are available in a range of colours and shapes, with the option of creating your own fully bespoke creation with engraved logos or wording and customised shapes and colours to fit your interiors or brand. Reliable and durable, the charging pads and trays are convenient and add another perspective to your space.
The C&S Wireless own-brand charging pads and trays come in nine colours and five shapes, to match your phone, fit into your interiors or to make a statement. The silicone wireless charging pads are non-slip and tactile, and can be used outside. All C&S Charging Trays & Pads use Qi, the most popular charging standard, and offer the option of two differing speeds of 5W and 10W which alters how quickly your phone charges. With their clean shapes, the pads are simple to use and add a subtle design to your interiors.
Offering a luxurious bespoke service, C&S Wireless’s integrated solutions come in a range of fully customisable shapes. Clients have the option of printing or debossing their own logo or wording, creating a unique shape, and adding their own colours or patterns. The in-house design team help to create your charging device according to each individual’s wishes and requirements.
About C&S Wireless
C&S Wireless was born out of a shared passion for beautiful design and wellmade products. Scott Steinberg and Charlie Colquhoun set out to offer a stylish alternative for the modern individual. By combining best in class materials, functional design and considered details, C&S creates products with style that enhance the way you live with your technology. All their products are designed in-house in London, and produced by their partner manufacturer in China.
C&S Wireless have partnered with some of the leading brands in music, entertainment and sports to produce a range of custom wireless charging devices which complement their brand. Such partners include NOW That’s What I Call Music, the biggest selling compilation brand in the world, and England Rugby, to design and develop a bespoke range of charging devices to coincide with the World Cup later this year.