At this point it’s difficult to believe that anyone reading this doesn’t already have a home filled with Anker products, but if you’re somehow lacking in their great accessories, here is a wonderful opportunity to fix that. Amazon is currently offering an Anker PowerWave Stand wireless charger with a great discount, once you enter our special code.

The PowerWave Stand is a Qi-certified wireless fast charger, capable of charging iPhones at up to 7.5W and Samsung’s phones at up to 10W. That means that once you pair this wireless charger with the correct wall plug (Quick Charge 3.0, at least) you’ll be able to get power into your phone as quickly as possible, all without wires. The upright stand also means that you’ll be able to see any notifications as they come in, too.

Speaking of that upright stand, and unlike some chargers, the Anker PowerWave Stand even allows you to charge your phone in landscape thanks to the dual coil design. If you’re midway through that great episode of Star Trek Discovery but need to top your phone’s battery up, just place it on the charger and away you go!

Buy: Anker PowerWave Fast Wireless Charger Stand, Qi-Certified, 7.5W Compatible iPhone XR/XS Max/XS/X/8/8 Plus, 10W Charges Galaxy S9/S9+/S8/S8+/Note 8 from Amazon: $23.99 with code ANKER521 | Original price $30

Each box comes with the PowerWave Stand, a 6-feet PowerLine micro USB cable, and a worry-free 18-month warranty. At this price, it’s going to be very difficult indeed to find a better deal. We’ve been banging on about how great Anker accessories are for years now, and we don’t think you’ll disagree if you pick one of these up today.

Especially if you’re an iPhone user, this is a very good deal. For a price of just $23.99, you get the best in class wireless charger that will not only top off your iPhone’s battery rapidly, but will do so in an elegant fashion.

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