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Best Wireless Car Chargers for 2023


These wireless car chargers will have your phone juiced up by the time you arrive at your destination. You surely don’t want to walk out of your car and discover your phone’s battery is practically dead because our daily lives are becoming more and more reliant on our smartphones. You could need a dependable wireless car charger because of this. While going tethered with a USB-C or Lightning cord is an option, going wireless is far more practical. With a wireless car charger, all you have to do to get your phone to start charging is put it in the mount, or in the case of magnetic mounts, on it.

There are still wires required even with wireless charging; you must connect the charger to your car. Nevertheless, once it’s configured, all you need to do is insert your phone whenever you

iOttie Auto Sense Wireless Car Charger

iOttie’s “autosense” automatic clamping wireless car charger with a phone mount is one of the best out there. While it’s fairly pricey, we’ve seen some nice discounts on it recently. The Auto Sense Automatic Clamping Qi Charging Car Phone Mount is available in a dashboard mount version or a CD and vent clip version. (I tried the dashboard wireless charging mount.) This wireless car charger mount has a nicely designed telescoping arm with a strong suction cup, and the wireless charging mount feature is compatible with most phone cases. You get 7.5-watt charging for an iPhone and 10-watt for Android phones, which is considered fast wireless charging.

Upgraded ZeeHoo Wireless Car Charger

If you don’t mind going with a no-name brand like ZeeHoo, its wireless car charger has most of the features you want for phone charging, including autoclamping and a secure suction cup that can be installed on your car’s air vent, windshield or dashboard. It has USB-C and up to 15-watt fast charging for Android phones that support it (iPhones are capped at 7.5-watt charging). This upgraded version has a sleeker design than the original (see below), and it costs about $20 less than the iOttie above. However, this wireless charger doesn’t come with a cigarette lighter adapter — only a USB-C cable.

Belkin BoostCharge Magnetic Wireless Car Charger

Belkin makes a MagSafe car-vent mount that costs around $40 as well as the BoostCharge Pro ($100, see below), which is Apple-certified and wirelessly charges iPhones at up to 15 watts. And while this model — the Belkin BoostCharge Magnetic Wireless Car Charger — only charges iPhones at up to 10 watts, it’s more affordable at around $60. Its USB-C cable is removable (it’s integrated on BoostCharge Pro) and you get a 20-watt cigarette-lighter power adapter. I personally like a car power adapter with two USB-C ports so a passenger can plug in a cable and also charge his or her phone, but you can always opt to add that later

iOttie Velox magnetic wireless charging car mount

iOttie offers this MagSafe-compatible wireless car charger with a car vent mount. It has a strong magnet, so your iPhone stays on the mount, and it also has an integrated USB-C cable and cigarette-lighter power adapter so you’re ready to start charging out of the box. Note that iPhone “fast” charging caps out at 7.5 watts.


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