Charge Your iPhone Anywhere With This Speedy Mag Charger
This wireless charger is a great summer travel solution.
In the modern age, we're always looking for hacks to do things more efficiently, become more productive, or save time. This summer, you'll want to maximize your time even more as you enjoy as much time away from the office as possible. And while you can't control the sticker shock of inflation, you can control when and how often you have to stop to charge your phone.
iPhone users will appreciate the flexibility, power, and convenience of the Speedy Mag Wireless Charger.
This cute little charger features a built-in magnet and metal plate that securely sticks to your phone to prevent it from sliding off. It interacts with Apple's new MagSafe charging apparatus, perfectly pairing like an old-school battery pack to automatically charge your iPhone at high speeds. The device has built-in safeguards against overcharging and enables your phone to rapidly charge from dead to 100% in as little as 30 minutes — all without any wires at all. That makes it an especially travel-friendly charging solution. (Oh, and it works with all Qi-compatible devices, not just iPhone 12 or later.)
If you'd prefer, you can also charge devices using a cable through the USB port. That added bit of compatibility enables this clever wireless charger to power up virtually any device, from iPhones and Androids to cameras, other power banks, and anything else you might want to take on your summer adventures.
Portable power is an extremely useful thing to have, and if you're an iPhone user, it just makes sense to optimize your charging capabilities. For a limited time, you can get the Speedy Mag Wireless Charger for 59% off $119 at just $48.99. It's available in white, black, and blue.
Prices subject to change.
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