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This $6 fast wireless charger is cheaper than any deal from Prime Day

Maren Estrada

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There were tons of charging accessories on sale for Prime Day this year, and that obviously included deals on wireless chargers. We saw terrific prices on so many different chargers, but none of those deals were as good as the one we just found this morning. The BlitzWolf Wireless Charger is a Qi enabled wireless charger that will work with any iPhone or Android phone out there. Clip the 20% coupon on the Amazon page and you can get one right now for just $5.83! That’s one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on any wireless charger, and we’re willing to bet that it’s going so sell out very quickly. What are you waiting for!?

Here are the highlights from the product page:

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  • 【Highly Efficient Wireless Charger】– Will charge up to 1.5X faster than other wireless chargers by using a QC2.0 & QC3.0 charger adapter (NOT INCLUDED). Supports input 5V/2A, output 5V/1A(max). 5W output is available Compatible Samsung s9, s9 plus, iPhone X, 8, 8 plus (also enable the latest iOS 11 update). Provides higher efficiency and saves time, no charge cables needed.
  • 【Supports All Qi-Enabled Phones】– FWC3 wireless charger is compatible with all Smartphones that have a Qi receiver installed. Supports phone cases thinner than 3mm. (Important: Don’t put metal cases or metal phones on the wireless charger, otherwise phone and charger will overheat within 1 minute.)
  • 【Lightweight & Multi-Protection】– Small (3.54”x3.54”x0.43”) and light-weight (7.4oz) hand-held wireless charger with internal intelligent protection mechanisms protecting the phone and you from over-current, overheating, short circuit and over-voltage.
  • 【Non-Slip Pad & Sleep-friendly】– FWC3 premium wireless charger with mirror surface and a non-slip rubber base that keeps it from moving when your phone is charging, Sleep-friendly blue LED charge status light lets you charge phone at night without keeping the family awake.
  • 【Lifetime Quality Care】– BlitzWolf 5W wireless charger also offers one 4.9ft micro usb cable. BlitzWolf warranty: 30 days money back no questions asked, 18 months seller warranty and lifetime support to assure your long-term enjoyment.

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