Many customers don't know how to order our products, also confuse about mobile devices charging parameter, wood/bamboo materials, we put the resoures here for your easily checking

1) About ordering, shipping

1. Simple steps to order the products from us

1) Graphic design Designers will develop new items according to the market, you can order our models directly, for ODM/OEM items, graphics are from clients ...

2. Preparing samples 
Will provide samples to evaluate at first basing on the design
3. Mass production 
Will purchase materials after samples confirm, and prepare for mass production
4. QC inspection                                    QC department will inspect all through materials, production, packing
5. Shipping 
Book shipment to send out to customers.
6. Clients feedback 
Products’ quality, market selling, user problem and so on

2. The Estimated cost you might inccur

1. Design fee: if you need us to develop one specially for your brand, we will charge design cost 2. Samples fee: when you need samples to evaluate first, you will pay samples cost and frieght cost

3. Products fee
4. Shipping fee
5. Miscellaneous Fee: It is any other fees relating to tarrif, service fees, penalties, T/T handle fee. They are usually low-cost amounts.

3. How long I can get my order ?

Usually we need 20-22 days (plastic version) for mass production.
About 26-28 days for the wood / bamboo version for mass production.
Then 2 days to forwarder, 5-7days by Express, 25-30 days by sea

2) About phone charging parameter & materials

What Are Charging Standards ?

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What’s Qi2

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Long Distance Wireless Charging

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1. FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers for phone wireless charger

1. Iphone: iPhone 14,iPhone 14 Plus,iPhone 14 Pro,iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone13Pro, iPhone13,iPhoneSE,iPhone12,iPhone11,iPhone11Pro,iPhone11MAX,iPhoneXR,iPhoneXS,


2.Samsung: GalaxyS22Ultra,GalaxyS22+,GalaxyS22,GalaxyS21Ultra5G,GalaxyS21+5G,





3. Huawei: Mate 50,Mate 50 Pro,Mate 50 RS, P50Pro,P40Pro+,P40Pro,P30Pro,Mate40EPro,Mate40RS保时捷设计,Mate40Pro+,Mate40Pro,Mate40,Mate30EPro5G,Mate30Pro5G,Mate20Pro,MateRS

4.Xiaomi: Xiaomi12Pro,Xiaomi12,Xiaomi11,Xiaomi11Pro,Xiaomi11Ultra,Xiaomi10,

Xiaomi10S,Xiaomi10Pro,Xiaomi9透明尊享版 , Xiaomi9Pro, XiaomiMIX4,XiaomiMIX3 XiaomiMIX2S

5. OPPO Find X5, Find X5 Pro, Find X5 Pro 天玑版, Find X3 Pro,Find X3,Ace2 

6. Oneplus: 10 Pro

7. vivo X Note, vivo X Fold,X Fold+, X80 Pro, X80 Pro 天玑9000版, iQOO 9 Pro, iQOO 10 Pro, iQOO 8 Pro,X70 Pro+

8. moto X30 Pro

1) 5W , most phones support

2) 7.5W,  iPhone series

3) 10W, Huawei Mate RS, GalaxyS9.S10, most phone support

4) 15W, Iphone 14, many phones support

5) 20W, Xiaomi 9 series

6) 30W ,OnePlus 8 Pro

7) 40W , Huawei P40 Pro+

8) 50W,  Xiaomi 10 Supreme Anniversary Edition, OnePlus 9 series

9) 80W/120W, Xiaomi

On the other hand, usually 3W wireless for watch, 5W wireless for TWS box

It’s difficult to say which one is better, both of them have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Advantages of wireless charging:

  • Convenience: Compared to a regular phone charger, wireless phone chargers offer the advantage of charging multiple devices at once without the need for a physical connection. This eliminates the problem of incompatible interfaces and avoids issues caused by repeated plugging and unplugging, which can damage the charging port. Wireless phone chargers are also easier to use, making them accessible to people of all ages.
  • Reduced wear and tear: Over time, constantly plugging and unplugging a charging cable can damage the port on your device, so wireless charging can help extend the lifespan of your device.
  • Aesthetics: Wireless chargers can be more visually appealing, as they often have sleek designs and fewer cords.
Disadvantages of wireless charging:
  • Limited Mobility: Wireless charging requires the device to be attached to the charging base, restricting users’ movement more than wired charging.

  • High Cost: Compared to traditional wired charging, wireless charging devices require electronic devices for power conversion and coils for wireless transmission, as well as high-frequency circuitry to meet electromagnetic compatibility standards, resulting in higher prices.

  • Low Efficiency: Wireless charging is less efficient than wired charging, with slower charging speeds compared to some brands’ fast charging functionality, especially at the same input power.

Advantages of cable charging:

  • Faster charging: In general, cable charging can be faster than wireless charging, especially if you’re using a fast charger.
  • More universal: Almost all devices come with a charging cable, so you don’t need to worry about compatibility issues.
  • Cost-effective: Cable chargers are generally less expensive than wireless chargers.

Ultimately, the choice between wireless charging and cable charging depends on your personal preferences and needs. If you prioritize convenience and aesthetics, wireless charging may be a better option. If you prioritize speed and cost-effectiveness, cable charging may be a better option.

No, there’re still many phones that don’t support wireless charging, you can check the phone’s specifications or contact the manufacturer to confirm whether yours support or not

If you still want to use wireless charging function though your phone doesn’t have, buy a wireless receiver which has micro/lightning/Type-C connector (determined by your phone connector), plug it in your phone and put it on the wireless charger, usually, it will work !

Yes, it is generally safe to leave your phone on a wireless charger overnight.
1) For phones:Most smartphones are designed with safety features that prevent overcharging and overheating, so once the battery is fully charged, the phone will stop receiving power from the charger.
2) For wireless chargers: like our wireless charging station, it has intelligent functions such as foreign object detection, temperature protection, over-voltage and over-current protection. The foreign object detection function can prevent electromagnetic overheating caused by metal objects; the temperature protection function can automatically shut off the power supply when the temperature is too high; and the over-voltage and over-current protection can automatically shut off the power supply to protect the device when it exceeds the predetermined maximum value and prevent accidents from occurring.
You can trust our wireless charging products
  1. Do not place metal objects, magnets, magnetic cards, or other foreign objects (such as car magnetic suction support iron sheets attached to the back of the phone) between the phone and the wireless charger, as this may cause the phone to fail to charge normally or overheat and cause damage.
  2. Please place the phone correctly. If the wireless charging coil deviates too much, it may cause low charging efficiency or failure to charge.
  3. Due to differences in the coil position of different phone brands, it may cause low charging efficiency or failure to charge.
  4. Do not use phone cases that are too thick or made of magnetic shielding materials, as this may cause the phone to fail to charge normally or overheat and cause damage.
  5. Do not charge non-Qi standard wireless charging devices to avoid equipment failure or heating.
  6. Do not block the fan intake and exhaust of the wireless charger.
  7. Do not drop liquids, dust, pencil leads, toothpicks, pins, and other foreign objects into the fan exhaust. If something falls in, please remove it promptly.
  8. Do not use wireless chargers in medical and healthcare places where the use of wireless devices is prohibited.
  9. Wireless chargers may affect implanted medical devices and personal medical devices. When using them, please keep a distance of more than 30cm from devices such as pacemakers, cochlear implants, and hearing aids.

The effective distance for Qi standard wireless charging for phones is typically around 10mm, and the best is within 8mm.

However, there is also long-distance wireless charging technology on the market, mainly used in furniture, which can reach 20-50mm.

The Apple Watch charger is not recommended for charging Iphone, as the power of the watch wireless charger is too small, usually 3W.
The battery of Apple Watch is usually 3V, so the output voltage is around 3.3V, while the battery of cell phone is usually 3.6V to 4.2V.

For example iPhone 12, iPhone 12 supports 20W fast charging, the 3.3v Apple Watch wireless charger is very difficult to charge the phone battery full.
It is possible to use the watch wireless charger for temporary emergencies instead. But only in emergency situations, long time use may lead to danger because of the mismatch of charging current size.

Yes, besides wood, wireless charging also work through other materials like stone, bamboo, glass, ceramic, leather, plastic, human body..

Our wireless charging docks are manufactured with bamboo, wood,plastic materials, you can have them to charge your phone, watch, TWS box.

Metal and magnetic material

Yes, but first of all, make sure that your phones support the wireless reverse charging function and turn it one in the phone, and the two phones are placed back to back and charged automatically.

1. Click [Battery] in the phone’s settings menu.

2. Turn on the switch on the right side of wireless reverse charging.

3. Place the two phones together to charge back-to-back.

On the other hand, our factory develops some wireless charging docks that has 2-3 wireless outputs, which support to charge 2 phones, 3 phones.

As long as you like, we can ODM for you with wireless charging for 4 phones, 5 phones .. in one station.

Theoretically, wireless chargers do not hurt the battery, because now the battery is basically using lithium batteries, there is no limit to the number of charging times.

But many people still do not want to believe that fast charging, wireless charging does not hurt the battery, especially when use wireless charging, people will frequently pick up and put down the phone.

So let’s now analyze why we feel that wireless fast charging hurts the battery?

Wireless charging is characterized by no cable’s connection to the device, so that people feel pick the phone up then put back soon will hurt the battery.

In fact, people mainly affected by the nickel-hydrogen batteries a long time ago, this battery has memory, the best way for using is to use up and then recharge, to achieve the best state of the battery.

But now the lithium battery is not, this battery doesn’t have “memory”, instead, it’s “a small number of meals” working system, which is more conducive to maintaining the best performance of lithium batteries, that’s to say, no need to wait till they are used up and then recharge, also do not have to be recharged too full.
For this, Apple also officially stated that the iPhone battery can be retaining at least 80% of the capacity after fully charged 500 times cycle. If less than 80%, the power consumption will increase, the performance will be affected. Android phones are also the same reason.

The so-called charging cycle is: the battery is completely full and then completely consumed in one time, that would be regarded  as a cycle. It’s not the number of charging.

The wireless charger standard is a set of specifications that define how wireless charging should work.

One of the most widely adopted wireless charging standards is the Qi (pronounced “chee”) standard, which is maintained by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).

The Qi standard specifies the design and behavior of both wireless charging devices and the devices being charged, including requirements for power transfer efficiency, safety, interoperability, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

Other wireless charging standards include the AirFuel Alliance and the Power Matters Alliance (PMA), but they are less widely adopted than the Qi standard

Actually, I cannot provide an opinion as to what the “best” wireless charger is, also our wireless charging stations products are not the best too, we’re in the middle-end, but always on the way to be the best!

It is subjective and dependent on individual preferences and needs. However, there are several factors to consider when choosing a wireless charger, such as:

  1. Compatibility: Ensure that the wireless charger is compatible with your device, especially if it has unique charging requirements.

  2. Charging speed: Look for a wireless charger that supports fast charging if you need to charge your device quickly.

  3. Design: Choose a wireless charger that suits your style and preferences, whether it is sleek and minimalistic or bold and colorful.

  4. Safety features: Look for a wireless charger with safety features such as overvoltage protection, overcurrent protection, and temperature control to prevent damage to your device.

  5. Brand reputation: Consider purchasing a wireless charger from a reputable brand with positive customer reviews and reliable customer service.

Ultimately, the “best” wireless charger will vary depending on your needs and preferences, so it is essential to do research and read reviews before making a purchase.

Wireless chargers should have several safety features to prevent potential hazards. Here are some common safety features that wireless chargers should have:

  1. Overvoltage protection: This feature prevents the charger from delivering too much voltage to the device, which can damage or even destroy the device.

  2. Overcurrent protection: This feature prevents the charger from delivering too much current to the device, which can cause overheating and damage to the device.

  3. Short-circuit protection: This feature prevents a short circuit from occurring, which can cause damage to the charger or device.

  4. Temperature protection: This feature monitors the temperature of the device being charged and the charger itself, and will shut down the charging process if either gets too hot.

  5. Foreign object detection: This feature detects any metal objects or other foreign objects that may be in the way of the charging process and shuts down the charging process to prevent damage to the charger or device.

  6. Auto shut-off: This feature automatically stops charging when the device is fully charged, which helps to prevent overcharging and prolongs the life of the device’s battery.

  7. LED indicators: These indicators help users to identify the charging status and any issues that may occur during the charging process, such as an incompatible device or foreign object detection.

It depends on the strength of the magnet and the position of the magnet relative to the wireless charger.

In general, small magnets like those found in phone cases or magnetic mounts for cars should not cause any harm to the wireless charger.

However, larger magnets or magnets positioned close to the wireless charger coil may cause interference and affect the charging efficiency or even damage the wireless charger.

It is recommended to avoid placing strong magnets close to the wireless chargers.

Do you know that there are several types of coils using in the wireless chargers ?

One, two, three, four, five …

The difference between single coil and multiple coils is mainly to increase the induction area and solve the problem of “random placement”.

The charging distance of inductive wireless charging is relatively close, and it is “sensitive” to the distance position, so the user is required to align the receiving coil of the phone “basically” with the transmitting coil in order to better conduct wireless charging. For multi-coil wireless chargers, it is probable that one of the coils will be optimally aligned with the receiving coil of the phone, so multi-coil improves the convenience of “random placement”.

Single coils are mainly used in disc-type flat applications (individual brackets also use single coils with structural restrictions on positioning).

Dual coils are mainly used in vertical bracket applications.

Three-coil applications are relatively rare, both flush and vertical, the most used in car front-mounted products.

Five coils to the main application of flat, generally can support two cell phones charging at the same time, for a single phone can be placed basically “at will”.

Other more coil products are relatively rare.

Reminder: ordinary single-charge with multi-coil program, only one coil is working during the charging, there are no multiple coils working at the same time!

Usually, we use single coil for our bamboo wireless charging pad, desktop charging station,  phone charging stand etc., if customers need dual coils, we can manufacture basing on the requirement.

Wireless charger compatibility refers to whether or not a particular device can be wirelessly charged by a specific wireless charging pad. Wireless charging technology is based on different standards, such as Qi, PMA, and A4WP, which can be found in various devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches.

For example, if a smartphone has Qi wireless charging capability, it will work with any Qi-compatible wireless charger. However, if the smartphone uses a different wireless charging standard, such as PMA or A4WP, it may not work with a Qi wireless charger. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your device and wireless charging pad are compatible before attempting to use wireless charging.

For our wireless charging dock, engineers will design the wireless charging PCBA with compatibility IC, that means no matter for QI, PMA or A4WP standard your phone supports, our bamboo wireless charging dock will work compatiblly.

A non-compatible PCBA will be cheaper than the compatible version, about us$0.8 lower

Wireless chargers, like any other electronic device, emit electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which has led to concerns about their potential health effects. However, there is currently no conclusive evidence that suggests wireless chargers are harmful to human health.

The level of EMF exposure from wireless chargers is relatively low compared to other sources, such as cell phones and Wi-Fi routers. In fact, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has set safety guidelines for EMF exposure, which include limits for wireless chargers.

Moreover, wireless chargers are designed to meet safety standards set by regulatory agencies, such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States and the European Union’s CE marking. These standards include testing for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) to ensure that the charger does not interfere with other electronic devices and does not exceed the allowable EMF limits.

In summary, while wireless chargers do emit EMFs, the exposure levels are relatively low and are within the safety limits set by regulatory agencies. Therefore, there is currently no evidence to suggest that they are harmful to human health.

All of our wireless charging station products are with CE, FCC, RoHS certificate, you don’t need to worry about it’s harmful to health.


Most frequent questions and answers for earbuds wireless charger

The charging power is usually around 5 watts.

Most of our bamboo all in one wireless charger dock designing the output power for earbuds is also 5W.

It is generally safe to charge TWS and AirPods charging cases with a fast charger, as long as the charger supports the appropriate voltage and amperage for the device. 

Safety-compliant chargers automatically recognize the power required by the device and will not cause damage to the device.

It should only be noted that since earbuds box does not support fast charging, even when plugged into a fast charging charger, it will charge according to the power it can withstand, charging power is still the same, and does not achieve the purpose of fast charging.

However, long time using a fast charger that exceeds the recommended specifications for the device may cause damage to the battery and reduce its overall lifespan. It is always best to use the charging cable and adapter that come with the device, or a third-party charger that is certified by the manufacturer.

Technically, you can use a phone charger to charge TWS (true wireless stereo) earbuds, as long as the charger has a USB port and provides sufficient power output. 

However, it is generally not recommended to use a charger that is not specifically designed for your TWS earbuds, as it may not provide the appropriate charging voltage, amperage, or protection mechanisms required for the batteries in your earbuds. This can lead to reduced battery life, overheating, or even damage to your earbuds. It is best to use the charger that came with your TWS earbuds or a charger that is specifically designed for TWS earbuds..

For our bamboo 3 in 1 wireless charger stations, you can put the TWS earbuds box on the position whcih for phone wireless charging, but engineers told that the wireless output is inaccurate to the earbuds box charging receiver, also don’t recommend to charge through it.

When choosing TWS earbuds, here are some features to consider:

  1. Sound quality: Look for earbuds with good audio quality, including clear sound and good bass response.

  2. Battery life: Check the battery life of the earbuds themselves and the charging case. Most TWS earbuds have a battery life of around 4-6 hours, but some models offer up to 8 or 10 hours.

  3. Comfort: Look for earbuds that fit comfortably in your ears and come with different sizes of ear tips to ensure a good fit for your ear.

  4. Noise cancellation: Some TWS earbuds offer noise cancellation features, which can be great for blocking out external sounds.

  5. Bluetooth connectivity: Look for earbuds with strong and stable Bluetooth connectivity to prevent audio dropouts.

  6. Controls: Consider the ease of controlling the earbuds, including touch controls or physical buttons on the earbuds themselves or via an app.

  7. Durability: Look for earbuds made with durable materials that can withstand daily use and sweat.

  8. Price: Finally, consider the price and choose earbuds that fit within your budget while still meeting your desired features and quality.

  1. Apple AirPods (2nd generation) and AirPods Pro, AirPods (3rd generation)
  2. Samsung Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Buds+, and Galaxy Buds Pro
  3. Huawei FreeBuds Pro and FreeBuds 4i
  4. Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 and Mi True Wireless Earphones 2S
  5. Sony WF-1000XM4
  6. Jabra Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t
  7. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds
  8. Google Pixel Buds (2nd generation)
  9. Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro
  10. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2


Most frequent questions and answers for watch charger

The output for a watch wireless charger varies depending on the specific product. 

Generally, the output is around 2-3 watts for most watch chargers, but some models may have higher or lower output levels. It is important to check the product specifications to ensure that the output
is compatible with the device you want to charge.

Our bamboo phone watch and airpod charger station products design with 3W output for watch.

Wireless chargers for watches have various charging protocols, including Qi, PMA, and some other proprietary protocols used by specific brands like Apple and Samsung.

There are wireless chargers available currently  that are compatible with multiple charging protocols for different watch brands. These chargers often include multiple charging pads or coils that can be adjusted or switched out to accommodate different devices with varying charging needs. 

Additionally, some chargers feature intelligent chipsets that can automatically detect the charging protocol of the device being charged and adjust the charging voltage and current accordingly for optimal and safe charging.

The safety features of a wireless charger for smartwatches including:

  1. Overheating protection: The charger should have mechanisms to prevent the device from overheating during charging.

  2. Short-circuit protection: The charger should have built-in protections to prevent short circuits from damaging the device being charged.

  3. Overcurrent protection: The charger should have mechanisms to prevent excessive current from flowing to the device, which could damage the battery or other components.

  4. Foreign object detection: The charger should have sensors to detect foreign objects, such as metal objects, that could interfere with charging or pose a safety hazard.

  5. Certification: The charger should be certified by a reputable organization, such as FCC, CE, or RoHS, to ensure compliance with safety and environmental standards.

Overall, it is important to choose a high-quality wireless charger from a reputable manufacturer to ensure the safety of your smartwatch and prevent potential hazards, all of our bamboo phone wireless charger organizer are CE, RoHS, FCC certificate.

  1. Compatibility: Make sure the wireless charger is compatible with your watch model. Some chargers are designed for specific brands or models of watches, so check the specifications before purchasing.

  2. Power output: Look for a charger with a sufficient power output to ensure fast and efficient charging. Higher power output generally means faster charging times.

  3. Portability: If you plan on using the wireless charger while traveling or on-the-go, consider a portable and compact design that is easy to transport.

  4. Safety features: Look for safety features such as overcharging protection and temperature control to ensure safe charging and prevent damage to your watch.

  5. Brand reputation and customer reviews: Research the brand and read customer reviews to ensure you are purchasing a quality product from a reputable manufacturer.

Overall, it is important to choose a wireless charger that is compatible with your watch, has the necessary power output, and incorporates safety features to ensure efficient and safe charging.


Most frequent questions and answers for eco-friendly bamboo materials
  1. Sustainability: Bamboo is a highly renewable resource that grows quickly and requires minimal water and pesticides to grow. It is also biodegradable and compostable, making it an eco-friendly choice.

  2. Strength and durability: Bamboo is stronger and more durable than many types of wood, and it is less prone to warping or cracking. It can also withstand exposure to moisture and humidity, making it ideal for use in bathrooms or other damp environments.

  3. Aesthetics: Bamboo has a unique and attractive appearance that can add a touch of natural elegance to any space. It is also versatile and can be shaped and finished in a variety of ways to achieve different looks.

  4. Cost: Bamboo is generally more affordable than many types of hardwood, making it an accessible option for a range of budgets.

Overall, choosing bamboo as a material for wireless charging docks is a sustainable, durable, and visually appealing choice that can offer long-term value and versatility.

Our bamboo wireless charger, bamboo charging pads, charging organizers are the top choices as a personalised gift to men.

Bamboo charger organisers are made strong, durable, and resistant to mold through a series of processing steps at bamboo factories, typically include:

  1. Harvesting: Bamboo is harvested when it reaches maturity, which typically takes 3-5 years depending on the species.

  2. Splitting: The bamboo culms are split lengthwise into smaller strips or pieces, which are then sorted by size.

  3. Boiling: The bamboo strips are boiled in water to remove any impurities and to prevent insects and fungi from growing.

  4. Drying: The bamboo strips are then dried in the sun or in ovens to remove any remaining moisture.

  5. Gluing: The bamboo strips are glued together using a special adhesive to form a solid piece of bamboo board.

  6. Shaping: The bamboo board is then cut and shaped into the desired form of the charger organisers.

  7. Sanding: The bamboo charger organisers is sanded to smooth out any rough edges or surfaces.

  8. Finishing: A protective coating is applied to the bamboo charging stand to prevent it from getting moldy or damaged by moisture.

By going through these processing steps, bamboo can become a strong and sturdy material that can withstand wear and tear, resist mold and mildew, and maintain its natural beauty over time.

Just feel free to contact us to get samples for evaluation first, we’re happy to hearing from you.

Some customers worry the bamboo charging stands for phone,watch, airpod products crack, actually the bamboo factories will treat the materials to make it strong.

The two most important steps in processing bamboo materials to prevent cracking are:

  1. Drying treatment: Gradually reduce the moisture content inside the bamboo during the drying process to achieve a stable state and prevent cracking during use.
  2. Bamboo Gluing: The gluing of bamboo needs to consider its texture and structure to ensure the strength and stability of the final product. The factory will use a horizontal gluing method to reduce the possibility of cracking because it can better utilize the fiber structure of bamboo. However, the type of adhesive and process used during gluing is also very important.
You can trust our bamboo charging stand products, shoot us an email to know more.

Yes, bamboo products can undergo several processes to change their color, including:

  1. Bleaching: Bamboo products that have been bleached can become white or a lighter color.

  2. Drying: Through the drying process, the color of bamboo can be deepened by removing moisture.

  3. Tanning: Similar to leather tanning, bamboo tanning can change the color of bamboo, as well as increase its hardness and durability. Common bamboo tanning techniques include using tea or red wine.

  4. Carbonization: Carbonization involves high-temperature treatment to turn bamboo into colors such as coffee, dark brown, and black, while also increasing its hardness and durability.

  5. Painting: Bamboo products can also be painted to add color and protection, with many color options available.

It’s important to note that different processes can affect the properties of bamboo differently, so it’s important to choose the right processing methods based on specific needs when making bamboo products.

For our bamboo charging tray, sometimes we will use carbonization method to change the color, bamboo might look like wood!

In China, the advantageous bamboo industry chain is mainly located such as Zhejiang province, Fujian province, Jiangxi province, Hunan province, and Guangxi province. The featured cities are Anji in Zhejiang, Nanping in Fujian, Shangrao in Jiangxi, Huaihua in Hunan, and Guigang in Guangxi.

Our company purchases bamboo shell raw materials from an FSC-certified factory in Hunan. Our engineers design the product structure and provide drawings to the bamboo shell factory, which produces them according to the requirements. After the purchased bamboo shells arrive, we assemble the eletronic circuitry and the shell, test, aging, pack, and ship out.

Bamboo has over 1000 varieties, several types FYI: 

  1. Moso bamboo: Moso bamboo is a tall and large bamboo species that grows rapidly. It has good flexibility, high tensile strength, low density, and excellent malleability, making it suitable for making furniture, tableware, handicrafts, building materials, and more.

  2. Green bamboo: Green bamboo is a bright green-colored bamboo species with solid texture, good resistance to decay and corrosion, and strong toughness. It is suitable for making garden landscapes, flower stands, flower pots, baskets, and more.

  3. Bamboo shoots bamboo: Bamboo shoots bamboo is a medium-sized bamboo species, whose bamboo shoots contain rich nutrients and are often used to make dishes and canned foods. Its bamboo is suitable for making various handicrafts and tableware.

  4. Golden bamboo: Golden bamboo is a slender bamboo species with beautiful appearance and texture. It is suitable for making home decorations, handicrafts, furniture, and more.

  5. Moso bamboo shoots bamboo: Moso bamboo shoots bamboo is a medium-sized bamboo species with high hardness and toughness, making it suitable for making various handicrafts and tableware.

  6. Red bamboo: Red bamboo is a brightly colored bamboo species with high density and solid texture. It is suitable for making various handicrafts and home decorations.

  7. Nan bamboo: Nan bamboo is a thin and even bamboo species with a small diameter and a close interval between the nodes. Its outer appearance is light yellow, and it is suitable for making lightweight products such as handles, bamboo tableware, handicrafts, etc. It mainly grows in the southern and southeastern regions of China and Southeast Asia. Due to its durable and tough material quality, it is widely used in construction and furniture manufacturing. Nan bamboo is also commonly used to make musical instruments such as Xiao, Dizi, and Guitar. In China, the main producing areas of Nan bamboo include Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, and other regions.

Different types of bamboo have different characteristics and uses. Choosing the right bamboo species for making products can better bring out the characteristics of bamboo.

Our bamboo charger plates cases are made from Nan bamboo.

FSC stands for Forest Stewardship Council, an international organization that promotes responsible management of the world’s forests. 

By choosing FSC-certified products, consumers and businesses can support sustainable forestry practices that protect biodiversity, respect the rights of local communities, and ensure the long-term health of forest ecosystems. FSC certification provides assurance that the wood or other forest products used in a product were responsibly sourced and harvested, and that the entire supply chain has been independently audited to ensure compliance with FSC’s strict standards.

Our bamboo materials are from FSC certificated factory.