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Deal | Grab a Qi2 wireless charger for your car for less than $25

The Qi2 Magnetic Wireless Car Charger. (Source: ESR)
The Qi2 Magnetic Wireless Car Charger. (Source: ESR)
The latest version of the ESR Magnetic Wireless Car Charger is backed to keep new (or upcoming) Android smartphones as stable while driving as a MagSafe-capable iPhone would be thanks to an upgrade to cutting-edge Qi2 charging technology. The accessory is rated to work just as fast as many wireless chargers for the home, and currently has a doubly discounted price on Amazon.

ESR offers a way to future-proof wireless charging on the road with the latest version of its Magnetic Charger for cars. It is "officially" certified to use the emerging Qi2 standard of wireless charging, and is also MagSafe-compatible for the 12-, 13-, 14-, or 15-series iPhone you might have now.

The Qi2 Magnetic Wireless Car Charger comes with both an air vent clip and an adhesive-backed stand in the box, and is backed to keep a compatible mobile device stable with nothing more than magnets, albeit magnets rated to keep a load with a mass of up to 1,600 grams (g) aloft.

ESR's newest in-car accessory does not come with a car charger adapter, although the USB-C to -C cable and type-A adapter might be all it needs for its installation. It is listed on Amazon at an RRP of $35.99, although that is usually slashed to a more attractive $29.99.

However, there is an additional coupon check-box for another $6 off present on its page right now, for a final price of just $23.99 (before shipping) at the time of writing.

Disclaimer: Notebookcheck is not responsible for price changes carried out by retailers. The discounted price or deal mentioned in this item was available at the time of writing and may be subject to time restrictions and/or limited unit availability.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-04-30 (Update: 2024-04-30)