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For any 10G hatch variant that doesn't offer a Qi wireless phone charging pad as standard, does anyone know of the Honda part number of the accessory kit?


I've yet to buy the 10G but it is expected to be by the end of this year. It'll be an RS (the one with the central twin tailpipes) in brillant sporty blue metallic AKA aegean blue.

RS is a vastly inferior Thai clone of the UK Sport Plus hatch (which also has a sedan with equivalent specs).
- no power boost for 1.5L turbo petrol with the freer flowing
exhaust - still 127Kw (but runs on lower octane fuel)
- leather seats, but heated on the front only
- glovebox undamped
- traditional sunroof (as in US version)
- 12 speaker 452W sound system including subwoofer (AM, FM, DAB+)
- full Honda Sensing suite unavailable in the RS, only lanewatch camera, straight driving assist is offered
- CVT only
- no adaptive damper
- no GPS in headunit
- no Qi charging pad

Having said all that, I still want to get this car as it doesn't look like anything else in its category.

I'd then get factory accessories that minimise everyday wear and tear
or scratches.

- floor mats
- boot mat
- mud flaps
- illuminated door sill protector
- window weathershields
- front two windows tinted but not as dark as the rear privacy glass.

If I can get the Qi charging pad (and for a reasonable price) I'll
have this retrofitted to the car.








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I have a LHD. My partnumber comes from the official accessory catalogue.

The difference could indeed be LHD or RHD. I have the charger in my car and the On/Off button is in the right back corner.
 

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I have a LHD. My partnumber comes from the official accessory catalogue.

The difference could indeed be LHD or RHD. I have the charger in my car and the On/Off button is in the right back corner.

The On/Off button is on the left back corner on a RHD car.
 

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The accessory is pricey but I think it adds to the wow factor of the car. From what I've seen it involves partially disassembling the front centre console so it is not a 5 minute job.


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The accessory is pricey but I think it adds to the wow factor of the car. From what I've seen it involves partially disassembling the front centre console so it is not a 5 minute job.


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I hace it and I don't use it :laugh2:
My phone doesn't have wireless charging (Oneplus One).
 

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You can buy aftermarket inductive charge sticker pads that adhere onto the back of your phone and hide under an external protective phone case. They are not as efficient as direct wired charging
obviously and you
lose access to the charge port.
Also, unsure if this makes the phone unsafe.





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There is a video of the fitting around YouTube somewhere, its a fairly mammoth job with most of the centre console and stack having to come out.
 

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Less that £20 eBay from Hong Kong/China. But don't forget you might need a 12V fast charge adaptor unless it comes with one.
I have one like THIS {Click} for my SGS9plus. It's brill. The phone just drops in and the sides then close up to hold the phone.

The problem with the built in one (I have one) is that it's only a slow charger, not a problem if your phone is not fast charge compatible, and you can't really see the phone when it's on it if you need to use it for nav maps/traffic etc.
 

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My HTC m9 drops into an active Brodit slow charge mount.

I'm running PGPSW CamerAlert which is a constant drain but the slow charge does charge it more than it's being drained so no need for fast charge here :)
 
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