Deal: BlitzWolf's Wireless Charging Pad For $17.99 (70% Off)

If you’re in the market for a solid Qi wireless charger, but you’re unwilling to break the bank in order to get one, well, you’re in the right place, as BlitzWolf’s wireless charging pad is now discounted quite a bit. This wireless charger is listed on Amazon, and it now costs only $17.99, while its usual price tag is $60.31, which means that you’ll have $42.32 if you get it, in other words, it’s 70-percent more affordable than usual.

The BlitzWolf wireless charging pad is a 5W charging pad which is compatible with pretty much every device that has support for Qi wireless charging, like the Samsung Galaxy S8, S9, iPhone X, LG V30, and so on. BlitzWolf claims that its wireless charger can charge 1.5 times faster than a regular Qi charger, though you’ll need a Quick Charge 2.0 or 3.0 adapter, which is not included with this charger. The BlitzWolf wireless charging pad supports 5V/2A input, and 5V/1A output, while a 5W output is available for the Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, S9, S9 Plus, iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X. With this charger, you can also charge your phone if it’s in a case, though keep in mind that case needs to be thinner than 3mm. Also, make sure that your case is not made out of metal, if that’s the case, you’ll need to remove it first, no matter how thin it is. The BlitzWolf wireless charger features protection again overheating, over-current, short circuit protection, and so on.

BlitzWolf used a bit of rubber while making this charger, in order to make your phone lie still on top of it, considering phones are quite slippery these days, and they tend to slip off from surfaces that are not perfectly flat. With this wireless charger you’ll get a micro USB cable, and an 18-month warranty. The device comes in a black color only, and you can purchase it by clicking a link / banner down below.

UPDATE: a new link has been provided which will take off an additional 15-percent off the price, so the charging pad will end up costing you around $15.

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