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AnkerDirect via Amazon has for Prime Members: Anker 10W / 7.5W Fast-Charging Qi-Certified PowerWave Wireless Charger Pad (No AC Adapter Included) on sale for $15.99 - $4 Prime Members discount - $4 clippable coupon = $7.99. Shipping is free. Thanks tusharguptacse

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  • Includes a 3' Micro USB Cable + 18-month warranty.
  • 7.5W charge compatible with iPhone XR/Xs Max/XS/X/8/8 Plus, 10W charge compatible Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/S8+/LG G7, and 5W charge compatible for All Qi-Enabled Phones .
  • This price beats our recent FP deal from late-April by $2.
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Clip the coupon for 4$ off 11.99$. Never seen lower price. Note that this does not come with the AC Adapter.

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Remember: If you use a magnetic mount in your car and have the metal plate in your phone case, these wireless chargers won't work.

I tried one of these and didn't realize this at the time. So learn from my mistake! heheh
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Starting price currently shows $15.99
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Same. $15.99 - $4 = $11.99.
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Coupon is applied at checkout
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Worked for me. Bought it.
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Remember: If you use a magnetic mount in your car and have the metal plate in your phone case, these wireless chargers won't work.

I tried one of these and didn't realize this at the time. So learn from my mistake! heheh
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Bought one of these a few months back in the $11 range. Still waiting for a QC3.0 charging block deal so I can utilize the 7.5W wireless charging...
I end up taking my phone case off to use it since I have a magnet in there for my car... so I don't use this often.

Edit: I see now that the Anker QC3.0 wall adapter is $13 on Amazon, but it's only 1 port. I'm holding out for a 2 port QC3.0 block so I can use this wireless pad and have a separate 6 ft. lightning cable plugged in too. Might be worth noting that Anker seems to have posted an updated SKU on the OP's link to the wireless pad + QC3.0 adapter for ~$34.
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Same. $15.99 - $4 = $11.99.
It seems to be $11.99 before coupon if you have prime, 15.99 if you don't.

It will specifically say prime price next to the $11.99
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Decent for S10 . Supports QC 2.0, but only up to 10W.
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Remember: If you use a magnetic mount in your car and have the metal plate in your phone case, these wireless chargers won't work.

I tried one of these and didn't realize this at the time. So learn from my mistake! heheh
depends on the size of your phone. i have an iphone xs max and i mounted the plate towards the bottom... i can still wirelessly charge
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Bought one of these a few months back in the $11 range. Still waiting for a QC3.0 charging block deal so I can utilize the 7.5W wireless charging...
I end up taking my phone case off to use it since I have a magnet in there for my car... so I don't use this often.

Edit: I see now that the Anker QC3.0 wall adapter is $13 on Amazon, but it's only 1 port. I'm holding out for a 2 port QC3.0 block so I can use this wireless pad and have a separate 6 ft. lightning cable plugged in too. Might be worth noting that Anker seems to have posted an updated SKU on the OP's link to the wireless pad + QC3.0 adapter for ~$34.
You didnt post what phone your are using, but I have always been able to find a spot where my metal plate does not interfere with wireless charging on Galaxy phones. Currently on an S10 and the small 1 inchish plate works very well if centered right below the camera cluster, but it has to be all the way up as far as it can go.
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Does this work with pixel 3?
Also, it is coming up to 11.99 after the $4 off coupon. How do I get it to go down to 7.99?
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Is that better or worse than this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07DBX67NC
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You didnt post what phone your are using, but I have always been able to find a spot where my metal plate does not interfere with wireless charging on Galaxy phones. Currently on an S10 and the small 1 inchish plate works very well if centered right below the camera cluster, but it has to be all the way up as far as it can go.
I referenced 7.5W, so I figure most people will understand that I'm an iPhone user. I'm using an iPhone XS.

My magnet is attached to my case and placed as high as possible, and while I've experimented with a few different wireless chargers, the hassle/risk (albeit low/unknown) of wireless charging with the magnet leads me to just plug it in.
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