Anker PowerWave 3-In-1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Station with 20W DP Charger

Anker PowerWave Go is an all-around solution for mobile charging, but the PowerWave 3-in-1 magnetic wireless charging station may be more suitable if you need a more affordable option or don’t need the portable power bank.Anker PowerWave 3-In-1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Station with 20W DP Charger

The PowerWave measures 7.05 x 3.9 x 5.95 inches and weighs 11.4 ounces. As shown in the images, the wireless charging dock delivers a minimalistic and smooth apperance design, and the metallic arm complements to the sleek modern vibe.

The wireless charging station delivers a MagSafe iPhone stand to wirelessly charge MagSafe-enabled iPhones with 7.5W output. The adjustable design allows it to charge your phone in portrait or landscape mode, and it can be adjusted horizontally from 0-40 degrees to meet your demands.Anker PowerWave 3-In-1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Station with 20W DP Charger

Furthermore, there is an Apple Watch charger holder on the base to charge your Apple Watch in NightStand mode. And built-in cable organizer is designed to keep the overlong Apple Watch charging cable hidden inside.

Moreover, the magnetic wireless charging station also delivers a 5W wireless pad to wirelessly charge AirPods 2 or AirPods Pro. With built-in MultiProtect system, it offers total protection for you and your devices during charging. In addittion, it comes with an included 20W PD USB-C charger and USB-C to USB-C cable for an out-of-the-box feature.

Anker PowerWave 3-in-1 magnetic wireless charging station is priced at $149 USD. If you’re interested, you will get more info from the product page. (Note: As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. The price is the same for you, and this will not cost you anything but it keeps us in business.)

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