Keep TechMatte & # 039; s Qi Wireless Charging Pad on your bedside table with a discount

Nowadays you can charge about as much from a wireless charger as you would have to spend on a standard USB wall adapter and charging cable. For example, now at Amazon you can hold the Qi Fast Wireless Charging Pad from TechMatte for just $ 14.99 when you cut its coupon on the page. It is currently up to $ 16.99 without the extra $ 2 discount, although it is regularly sold there for $ 20.

Compatible devices of up to 10 W can be charged with this wireless charging path. It is built with an aluminum base and an acrylic top that will not damage your device. The fabric upper also helps prevent your phone from slipping during warning vibrations. There is an integrated LED indicator to indicate when your device is being charged, along with over voltage and overcurrent protection. It can even detect when objects such as magnets and metal are placed on the charger and prevent them from causing damage.

You must be sure that you have a USB wall charger nearby, because this charging pad is not included. To achieve the best possible speeds, you should go with something like Anker & # 39; s 18W QC 3.0 USB wall charger for $ 13.99. However, a USB-C cable is included with the purchase of the charging path.

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