Wireless Car Charger

CNET: The 8 Best Wireless Car Chargers for 2023

These wireless car chargers will have your phone juiced up by the time you arrive at your destination.

If you want to charge your phone while you’re on the go, you’re going to want to invest in a wireless car charger. It’s only in the last few years that car manufacturers have caught on to the fact that it might be a good idea to build wireless phone chargers into their cars because, well, many new phones offer wireless charging and people like to charge their phones while they’re driving. That said, the majority of new cars don’t have a wireless phone charging option — or it’s an overpriced add-on. Therefore, it’s up to drivers to get wireless chargers to use on the go.

For the fastest charging speeds, you should opt for the wired route and use a USB-C or Lightning cable with a high-wattage cigarette lighter power adapter with fast-charging USB-C ports. But going wireless is clearly more convenient. With a wireless car charger, you just place your phone in your car mount — or on it in the case of magnetic mounts — and your phone automatically starts charging. You don’t have to worry about plugging a cable into your phone every time you get in your car.

Alas, wireless charging doesn’t mean there aren’t any wires involved — you’ll still need to connect the charger to your vehicle. But once it’s set up, all you need to do is pop your phone in when you want to juice up.

This wireless car mount charger is one of the more popular generic wireless car chargers with an autosensing telescopic arm, and the original version I tried worked well overall, attaching securely to my car vent mount and giving my smartphone or QI enabled device a quick charge. I liked that the wireless car charger came with both a phone mount for my car’s air-vent mount.

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