If you don't have a wireless charging pad on your desk, nightstand, end table, kitchen counter, and bathroom sink, then you aren't livin', my friend. All jokes aside, taking advantage of your smartphone's wireless charging capabilities provides a really convenient experience. Add two Anker PowerWave Wireless Charging Pads (opens in new tab) to your arsenal for just $8 each today when you apply promo code SDB25312 during checkout at Amazon. That's a few bucks off the already-affordable $20 cost and drops the pair lower than we've ever seen before. Use Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) or spend at least $25 to skip the shipping fees, too.
Anker PowerWave Charging Pad 2-Pack (opens in new tab)
Everybody needs a good wireless charging pad, and this deal gets you two of 'em for a few bucks off the normal price. The charging pads can top your phone off at up to 10W and your purchase includes an 18-month warranty.
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
Anker Soundcore Life Q30 hybrid active noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones (opens in new tab)
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These hybrid Bluetooth headphones reduce ambient noise up to 95% thanks to active noise-cancelling mics. The battery lasts up to 40 hours with ANC on or 60 hours with it off, and recharge via USB-C. Clip the $20 on-page coupon.
Anker Powerline II 6-feet USB-C to Lightning cable (opens in new tab)
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When using a USB-C power adapter (not included), you'll get the fastest possible charge for your iPhone. Plus you can seamlessly sync and charge your Mac. This is Apple MFi certified and lasts 12 times longer than other cables.
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These earbuds have active noise-cancelling that's customizable with a simple app. You'll get a total of 26 hours of playtime with seven hours from a single charge and the rest from the charging case. Uses USB-C and has wireless charging.
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Includes a rechargeable battery that will last for up to 18 hours and can charge other devices with the USB port. IPX7 rated for water resistance. The built-in LED lights will sync to the music you're playing. Connect multiple speakers together.
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They last for up to eight hours on a single charge with up to 32 hours total using the charging case. They have quick charge so you can get two hours after 10 minutes spent charging. They also charge via USB-C or a Qi wireless charger.
Most modern smartphones can charge wirelessly, and most new products ship with the capability as well. You can even charge things like Samsung's Galaxy Buds (opens in new tab) or Apple's second-generation AirPods (opens in new tab). Basically, wireless charging is a big part of future tech. Get these wireless charging pads at a discount and you'll still be using them a year from now.
These pads provide 10W high-speed charging for Samsung Galaxy devices and other compatible phones, and they provide a 7.5W fast charge for any iPhone with wireless charging. Other devices that support regular Qi charging will power up at the standard 5W. The LED indicator lets you know the charging status of the device, including whether or not the phone's case is too thick or there's something else between the phone and the charger. Luckily, the pads work with most cases up to 5mm thick. Any metal or cards in the back of the phone will prevent charging. Your purchase comes with an 18-month warranty.
It's worth noting that the charger comes with the necessary cable but does not come with a wall adapter, and you'll want one with Quick Charge 3.0 if you plan to use that tech, so it would be wise to pick at least one up today (opens in new tab) to ensure you're getting the fastest possible charge.
Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
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