This wireless charger that won't overheat your phone is less than half price this week

Picture: Example of a wireless charger. Not product mentioned below.

Until now, wireless chargers have been seen as more as a luxury item than a tech essential.

But with an influx of new Qi-compatible phones like the iPhone X on the market, that’s about to quickly change.

So if you’re looking to bring your tech arsenal up to speed, you’ll want a wireless charger that’s quick, portable, and most importantly, safe for your device. The Qi Wireless Fast Charging Pad covers those bases and more, and it’s on sale for half off the usual price.

Simply rest your device on the pad, and it will get rapidly juiced up with 5V of Qi-charging power. In addition to powering up your phone without the hassle of wires, this charging pad boasts built-in charging intelligence to prevent devices from overheating or short-circuiting, maximizing your device’s battery life.

The Qi Wireless Fast Charging Pad normally retails for $27 AUD, but today you can get it on sale for $13 AUD [$11 USD], saving 50% off the usual price.

Please note that all deals in the deal store are in US dollars. Additional shipping costs may apply for physical items.

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