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Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand User Manual

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Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless Charger Stand

Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand Product

About Heyday
“Heyday” is a private label brand owned by Target that offers a variety of consumer electronics and accessories, including headphones. The Heyday headphones are designed to offer an affordable alternative to popular headphones from established brands, with a focus on style and functionality. The product line features several different models of headphones with features such as noise cancellation, wireless connectivity, and built-in microphones for phone calls.

MagSafe + Wireless charger Stand


Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand (1)

Back Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand (2)

quick tips

  • The device should stick firmly when MagSafe charging
  • Thick cases as well as some materials can interfere with MagSafe/wireless charging
  • This is a high-speed magnetic charging stand, make the most of the charger by using the Power Delivery wall plug that was packaged with it; using a different power source may charge your device at a slower speed


  • Wireless charger with MagSafe charger
  • USB-C to USB-C charging cable
  • Power Delivery wall plug

indicators – wireless charger only

  • Solid Red – Charging your device
  • Solid White – Fully charged
  • Flashing Red – Foreign object detection, pieces of metal or other materials may cause overheating and damage your charger or device; remove them immediately

charging – set up

  • Place the charging stand on a sturdy flat surface
  • Connect the Power Delivery wall plug to the wall outlet using the USB-C cable
  • If you need to use a different power source make sure it is a USB power supply of DC 9V 3.0A minimum
    Please use UL compliant power supply (note: this product does not support the Quick Charge protocol; it is recommended that users choose a PD charger with no less than 20W for the power supply)
  • Use the adjustable ball joint to easily adjust the MagSafe charger to your preferred viewing angle

charging – MagSafe

  • Place your MagSafe compatible device onto the MagSafe charger; the device will stick to the charging stand and the screen will indicate that it is charging (note: MagSafe compatible device can be placed vertically or horizontally)
  • Remove credit cards or any card with a magnetic strip to prevent damage to the cards before charging
  • Charge time will vary by device

charging – earbud case

  • Place your earbud case onto the wireless charger, face up, and align the center of the case with the cross on the wireless charger or the device may not charge
  • Ensure that the earbud case lid is closed
  • The wireless charging indicator light will turn solid red to indicate it is charging
  • Charge time will vary by device


If you’re having issues charging use the tips below to help:

Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand (3)

  • When the devices are properly aligned, the wireless charger indicator light will turn red, and/or the MagSafe device charging screen will appear
  • If the wireless device is not aligned properly, the indicator light will not turn on; if the MagSafe device will not stick to the charging pad, remove the case and try again
  • Does not charge Apple Watch
  • Double-check that the USB-C cable and Power Delivery wall plug are plugged in
  • Certain cases may interfere with MagSafe/wireless charging; remove the cases for the best results
  • Double-check the placement of the devices on the chargers; for best results, the center of the devices should be on the center of the chargers
  • MagSafe charging is compatible with iPhone 12 and newer as well as other Qi-enabled devices; please consult your device’s user manual if you are unsure if your device is compatible
  • Wireless earbud case charging is compatible with AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, AirPods Pro, and other Qi-enabled devices; please consult your devices user manual if you are unsure if your device is compatible

Need some help?

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  • Remove credit cards and other cards with magnetic strips to prevent damage to the cards
  • Keep the charger away from heat and direct sunlight
  • Do not modify or repair this device
  • Do not use in high temperatures or extreme weather
  • Do not use chemical detergents to clean your device, use a soft dry cloth
  • Immediately unplug it from its power source if it gets wet before using
  • Remove the protective film on the Power Delivery wall plug before using

FCC ID: 2AO23-QIC44 Model: QIC44 Input: DC9V/3.0A phone charging Output 1: MagSafe Charger 15W Output 2: AirPods Charger 5W

Made in Vietnam

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

  1. this device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

OTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
  • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

FAQs Heyday QIC44 MagSafe with Wireless charger Stand User Manual

Is battery damage caused by MagSafe wireless charging?

If you want to charge your iPhone quickly, effectively, and securely while simultaneously increasing its functionality, MagSafe technology is fantastic. MagSafe is an inventive and practical solution to keep your iPhone charged, to sum up. There is no proof that MagSafe damages phone batteries as of yet.

Does the battery life of MagSafe accessories change?

You must be considering the claims of battery damage if you intend to get a MagSafe charger for your phone. The battery life of your phone can really be harmed while using a MagSafe charger.

What makes Qi and MagSafe different from one another?

What distinguishes MagSafe from Qi charging? Both methods function similarly, although Qi charging is only capable of 7.5 W whereas MagSafe can charge your iPhone 12 or 13 at up to 15 W (the iPhone 12 mini and 13 mini can only charge at up to 12 W).

Why is the wireless charging on my heyday blinking?

When an unsupported device is placed on the charging pad or when the charging process is going awry, the LED will begin to blink.

Can I charge my phone overnight with a MagSafe?

Yes, when it hits 100%, the charging process ends. It is okay to leave the charger attached overnight.

Is it ok to charge your MagSafe overnight?

Just to be clear, putting your iPhone on the MagSafe charger overnight won’t hurt anything, even if you don’t utilize optimal charging (I recommend you do).

Is using a phone while it’s being charged using a MagSafe safe?

You can hold and use your iPhone while it charges thanks to the magnets, which maintain precise alignment for quick wireless charging. Other iPhone models and AirPods can be charged with MagSafe chargers without the magnetic alignment.

Can I charge my iPhone using a MagSafe charger all day?

MagSafe accessories for iPhones, like the iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe, are designed to be linked at all times. So there shouldn’t be a problem if the charger is left on and the device is still plugged in.

Can I use the MagSafe Charger to charge my iPhone all day?

You may use the MagSafe charger to charge your iPhone 12 Pro indefinitely. Your iPhone has safety circuits built in to guard against any charging-related harm. The entire night will be fine for charging your iPhone.

How frequently can a MagSafe recharge?

The 7.62V, 11.13Wh battery inside the MagSafe Battery Pack provides 1460 mAh of charge. The MagSafe Battery Pack might give the iPhone 12 / 13 small one full charge and the other iPhone 12 / 13 models one partial charge, roughly speaking.

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