Deal: Samsung Fast Charge Wireless Charging Stand $29.99 – Prime Day 2018


Samsung's 2018 version of its fast charge wireless charging stand is currently one of the most popular options when it comes to wireless chargers making this deal a deal with taking a closer look at. Typically, this wireless charger retails for around $59.99 although it can often be found priced at $49.99. Right now, however, it is available through Amazon's Prime Day deals for just $29.99. Effectively, it's half-price.

What makes this charger so popular is that it also acts as a stand for your smartphone. So whether used in the bedroom or the office, placing the smartphone down on the stand not only keeps it in view and operational, but also charges the phone in the background. What's more, this is a Qi-supported charger so you do not have to own a Samsung-branded smartphone to benefit from it. As while it does support all recent Samsung flagship phones including the Samsung Galaxy S9 line, S8 line and the Galaxy Note 8, it works just as well with any Qi-supported device.

Generally speaking this price is more in line with what you might expect to pay for a lesser-known brand which is why this deal is worth checking out. You are not only getting a product that does the job as intended, but one that comes from a known and trusted name. Something which is important when it comes to charging batteries. It's also worth noting that this deal only refers to the blue version of the stand, as while both the black and white options are also on sale, they are not priced anywhere near as low as the blue version. This deal is only available to Prime members and the lower price will only be reflected when the product is added to the cart. Non-Prime members can sign up for a trial by clicking here.

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