A wireless charging pad for your iPhone or Android phone is one of the best investments you can make for your office or home. It can also be a useful tool to mount inside your car. However, it must be noted that even the best wireless car charger isn't a totally wireless experience -- the charging dock requires power and a cable that plugs into your car's cigarette lighter or USB port. That said, a wireless charging car mount is convenient than a wired charger when you don't want to have to plug in a cable every time you get in the car. Further, wireless charging technology is improving all the time, and wireless charging speeds are faster than ever.Get more news about Wireless Charger,you can vist our website!
Note that each wireless charger in this buyer's guide is compatible with any wireless charging-enabled mobile phone, whether it's an iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Pixel or any other Qi-enabled phone. And if you're attached to your phone case -- so long as it isn't super thick -- you can leave it on and still charge your phone. Most of these chargers even double as a phone holder with an adjustable arm. We update this list periodically and new wireless charging technology comes to market.
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, 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.
This Qi wireless charger comes with a dual charging USB cigarette lighter adapter. My only gripe -- and it's a small one -- is that the included cable is Micro-USB and not USB Type-C. Once this QI charger is plugged into the wireless car charging mount you can basically forget about it, but if the cable accidentally becomes unplugged (which does happen), it's easier to plug in a USB-C cable for phone charging, especially when you're driving.
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, 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.
This wireless car mount charger is one of the more popular generic wireless car chargers with an autosensing telescopic arm, and the original version I tried worked well overall, attaching securely to my car vent mount and giving my smartphone or QI enabled device a quick charge. I liked that the wireless car charger came with both a phone mount for my car's air-vent mount (if you want just the air-vent mount, there is an air-vent only version that costs $30).
ZeeHoo's original wireless car charger with autoclamping remains a good value at $30. Aside from some cosmetic improvements on the upgraded version, the biggest difference is that this one has up to 10-watt fast charging for Android phones instead of 15-watt fast charging (iPhones are capped at 7.5-watt charging for both chargers). Like the upgraded version, this wireless charger doesn't come with a cigarette lighter adapter -- only a USB-C cable -- and to get fast charging, you will need a power adapter that supports it (not included). This is a 10-watt Qi fast charging, car wireless charger with windshield mount. Aukey sells a 21-watt charger for a little more than $24 (see below).