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[Deal Alert] Get a Choetech dual-coil fast wireless charging stand on Amazon for just $13.99 ($6 off) with coupon code

Wireless charging hasn't died down in the way that many people thought it would, but it hasn't exactly made a comeback either. But being built-in on two of the biggest Android flagships, the Galaxy S8 and LG G6, has to count for something, right? For those of you with recent Samsung phones, Choetech's fast wireless charger can now be purchased for just $13.99 with a coupon code.

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[Deal Alert] Seneo 10W fast wireless charging stand $15 at Amazon ($5 off with coupon)

Should the first-party Samsung fast chargers be a bit too rich for your blood, this deal might serve as an alternative. Today over at Amazon you can pick up a Seneo Fast Wireless charger for just a hair shy of $15, via a coupon. Even better, the charger is quite specifically listed as being compatible with Samsung devices, and it can even perform so-called "fast charging" with them. Now your Galaxy S8 can wirelessly suck down 10 watts of juice for just $15. 

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[Deal Alert] 2-pack Samsung fast wireless chargers $50 at Woot ($25+ off)

Woot, a daily deals site owned by Amazon, has a special today for a pair of Samsung's Fast Charging Wireless Qi stands for $50. Just last month the site had these for $55, and patience has earned you an extra $5 savings. As before, if you don't need Samsung's "Fast Charge" tech, then you're probably better off with cheaper chargers elsewhere. But, for first party Samsung Fast Chargers, this is a good price. 

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[Deal Alert] Save $5.50 on a dual-coil fast charging wireless stand from CHOETECH with our exclusive coupon code ($16.50 after coupon)

New Samsung S8 and LG G6 owners in search of a wireless charging stand, lend me your eyes. You really need to check out this deal. CHOETECH sent me a code to share with you all that slashes the price of their highly rated dual speed wireless charging stand by $5.50, dropping the price to $16.50. The two-coil design prevents finicky connections and it's fast charge compatible, checking off the boxes for the two most important features in a wireless charging stand.

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[Update: $5 off fast charging model] Deal Alert: Get a Choetech USB-C Qi wireless charger for $10 after a $6 coupon

Qi wireless charging isn't on many 2016 flagships, but it's still an awesome thing to have. The ability to plunk down your phone when you go to sleep and wake up to a fully charged device doesn't sound like much, but it's a godsend when you're tired. Now, you can pick a Choetech USB Type-C wireless charger up for just $9.99 with a coupon code.

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Choetech Aluminum And Fast Charge Wireless Chargers Review: The Chargers Are Good, The Names Are Not

You know what I love about the Nexus 4, 5, 6, and 7? Wireless charging. In fact, that's the primary reason I haven't moved to the Nexus 6P or 5X yet — I just can't stand the idea of having it plug in every time I need to charge my phone. I realize that some people don't care about it either way, but it's been a game changer for me. I have a few wireless chargers around the house, and when I need to power up, I just toss my phone on one of them. Done. Every phone should have this.

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[Deal Alert] Get Yourself A Highly Rated Aluminium CHOETECH Three Coil Wireless Charger For $29 After A $7 Off Code

Wireless charging is just peachy, but it's even peachier (trust me, it's a real word) when you have a charger with multiple coils. The more coils you have, the wider the charging area is, removing the aggravation of having to perfectly align your phone. Right now, you can grab a CHOETECH Qi wireless charging cradle with, count 'em, three charging coils, for $29 after a $7 off coupon code. That's enough coils to make a boa constrictor jealous (snake joke, it had to be a snake joke).

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The CHOETECH charger is a sharp looking device constructed out of aluminium, giving it a more premium feel than similarly priced devices.

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[Deal Alert] Hockey Puck Shaped Anker Qi Wireless Charger Only $12 On Amazon - That's Not A Bad Price

Wireless charging. It's like charging, but without wires. I didn't understand why it was such a big deal when the first devices came out with Qi charging compatibility. I mean, is it really that hard to plug in a cable to the bottom of your phone? Nah, it really isn't, but man, once you have had a device with wireless charging, it's hard to go back to one without it. It's just so incredibly convenient. Even more convenient than this.

The problem is, good quality wireless chargers are pretty pricey and I think of them as more of a luxury than a necessity.

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Spigen F300 Wireless Charger Review: Look Out, TYLT

When it comes to wireless charging, TYLT is generally the first name that comes to my mind, as the VU has been my primary charger for Qi-enabled devices since...well, for a long time. I prefer the stand-like design of the VU over that of chargers that lie flat, as it just makes it easier to look over and see my phone without having to actually pick it up (does that make me lazy?).

When I saw the new F300 Wireless Charger from Spigen ($50, $27 on Amazon) - which shares a lot of the same design elements that I love about the VU - I knew I had to check it out.

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The OnePlus 2 Does Not Support Quick Charging Or Wireless Charging Of Any Kind

In case you were wondering (and it seems many of you were): the OnePlus 2 does not support Qualcomm's Quick Charge technology or any other sort of fast charge tech, and it also lacks wireless charging of any kind. As to the latter, well: it is what it is. No wireless charging.

Update: We've received a statement from Qualcomm clarifying the Quick Charge / USB-C situation. While there is no specific technological restriction that would not allow USB-C and Quick Charge to play nicely together, there are cost considerations. Specifically, Qualcomm had this to say:

Any QC2.0 power controller part would work with any QC2.0 power accessory, both with Type-A and Type-C connectors.

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