ESR’s HaloLock magnetic wireless charger offering compatibility with Apple’s iPhone 12 smartphone range can be picked up right now for just $15. If you act promptly, of course!

This wireless charging pad has been perfectly designed for Apple’s iPhone 12 range to take advantage of the MagSafe magnetic charging mechanism that is unique to those devices. In addition to offering Qi-compatible charging, the ESR HaloLock charger magically locks onto the iPhone 12’s built-in magnets for fast and easy charging. No more fussing about with placement or the device slipping around.

The charger also supports 7.5W fast charging when paired with an 18W+ QC cable and a fast-charging adapter. The latter is not included with this purchase but would be relatively cheap to add to bump the charging speed up. ESR’s HaloLock is also compatible with official MagSafe cases and the ESR HaloLock cases. Any other that hasn’t been built with the magnetic nature of the iPhone 12 in mind will not function correctly.

A heat-dissipating metal frame and built-in safety measures keep you and your device safe. It’s also perfect and ideal for nightstands, as it comes with a compact design and a status light that turns off automatically after 30 seconds. No more waking up in the middle of the night to your bedroom illuminated by a status LED on the side of your charger. This is a great example of product design and one that’s highly affordable for iPhone 12 owners.

If you have been looking for a wireless MagSafe charger for the iPhone 12 that doesn’t cost the earth, then you may have just stumbled onto the perfect deal. The discount code below will bring the price down to the advertised levels. Head on over to the direct link to fill in any product gaps that you may have and to purchase, right now.

Buy: ESR HaloLock Magnetic Wireless Charger from Amazon: $15 using code 20OFFWIRE | Original price: $25

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