Speedy Mag Wireless Charger for iPhone on a table.

TL;DR: As of Oct. 30, you can get the Speedy Mag Wireless Charger for iPhone for just $48.99 instead of $119.95 — that’s a 59% discount.

If you’re using an older iPhone, you may have noticed the battery isn’t holding a charge quite like it used to. That’s because most iPhones have around 500 charge cycles, meaning they can be charged and discharged 500 times before the battery starts to degrade. 

Your old iPhone battery likely isn’t what it used to be, but you may not have to pay for a replacement. Instead, you could just make sure you always have backup power on hand. Speedy Mag is a wireless iPhone charger that you can plug in or use as a portable power bank, and it’s on sale for $48.99. That’s 59% off. 

A portable wireless iPhone charger for cheap 

If you rely on your iPhone for work, it can be more than a little frustrating to see your battery getting low. This wireless charger is compatible with iPhone 8 and newer. And for the iPhone 12 or newer, you can use the built-in magnet and metal plate to attach your phone while it charges. Either way, you can use your charger while it’s plugged in or on its own. You can check how much power is left in your portable battery through the small LCD. 

Fast Mag also features multiple built-in protections from overcharging.

At just five inches long and three inches wide, this portable charger is remarkably portable. Anywhere you’d store your iPhone, you could just as easily fit the Fast Mag. If you have a long flight or a long workday ahead of you, this little charger could be a welcome addition. And it even has the sleek, modern Apple look down. 

Bring a backup charger with you anywhere 

Sick of seeing your low battery warning halfway through the day? Pack a portable wireless charger for your iPhone. For a limited time, get the Speedy Mag Wireless Charger for iPhone on sale for $48.99 (reg. $119). 

Prices subject to change. 

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