aFor you or There may be a staple in your office or home, but it can also be a useful tool to mount inside your car. Even the best wireless car charger is not a fully wireless experience – the charging dock requires electricity and a cable that plugs into your car’s cigarette lighter or USB port – but the wireless charging car mount is convenient. Whenever you don’t want to, whenever you sit in the car, plug the cable into your phone. In addition, wireless charging technology is improving all the time, and wireless charging speeds are faster than ever.
Note that each wireless charger in this buyer’s guide is compatible with any wireless charging enabled cell phone, whether it’s an iPhone,, Or other model (or any other Qi enabled device). And if you’re actually connected to your phone case – so long as it’s not super thick – you can leave it and still be able to Your phone. Most of these chargers also double as phone holders with an adjustable arm. We update this list periodically and new wireless charging technology comes on the market.
The iOttie has an “Autosense” automatic clamping wireless car charger with a phone at the end – and it’s a good one. Auto Sense Automatic Clamping Qi Charging Car Phone Mount is available in Dashboard Mount Edition or CD and Vent Clip Version (I tried the Dashboard Wireless Charging Mount). This wireless car charger mount features a well-designed telescoping arm, a sturdy suction cup, and a wireless phone charging feature compatible with your phone cases. You get 7.5-watt charging for iPhone and 10-watt charging for Android phones, which is considered fast wireless charging.
This Qi wireless charger comes with a dual charge 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 the cable is plugged into the wireless car charger, you can basically forget about it, but if the cable is unplugged by mistake (which happens), then the USB-C cable for phone charging It is easy to plug in, especially when driving.
If you don’t mind going with a no-name brand like ZeeHoo, its wireless car charger has most of the features for phone charging, including autoclamping, a secure suction cup, USB-C and 10-watt for Android Fast charging included. Phones that support it (iPhones are capped at 7.5-watt charging). It’s not fully built as an iOttie – and it doesn’t come with a fast wireless charger cigarette lighter adapter – just a USB-C cable – but it’s $ 30 less.
This wireless car charger mount is one of the more popular generic wireless car chargers with an autosensing telescopic arm, and I felt it worked well overall, securely attached to my car vent mount and attached to my smartphone with a Gives quick charge. I liked that the wireless car charger came with both the phone mount and air vent mount for my dashboard. Note that to get fast charging, you will need a power adapter that supports it (not included).
If you want to go with a slightly more discreet wireless charger, a magnetic mount phone charger is a good choice. The IOttie iTap 2 is available in versions with wireless air vent, CD slot and dashboard car mount. I tried the air vent version, which has a locking mechanism on the air vent clip that keeps the charger securely attached to the air vent.
For your wireless phone to work with a magnetic car mount, you either need a case with some metal built into it (which I have) or a slim stick you can insert into the back (stick) of your phone. -One of the metal plates can attach. It is on the bottom so it does not interfere with the wireless charging circuitry in the middle of it). You can also cover the plate with your phone case, but make sure that the case is not too thick or your phone won’t stick on the charger mount.
The IOttie iTap 2 Magnetic Wireless Car Charger Mount includes a dual USB car charger with an additional USB port to charge a second device. The included cable is a micro-USB cable, not USB-C, which does not have quick charging capabilities. My iPhone 11 Pro stayed safely on the charger, but people with larger phones like the iPhone 11 Pro Max and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 would probably be better off going with one of the wireless charger options above.
Mount-Doria Defense Helix Wireless Car Charging Mount with RoboGrip has “robot” arms that automatically place your phone near the charger and clamps off when you dock it. You can easily remove it from your charging station with the touch of a button on the dock, which opens the weapon. It is compatible to be used as a wireless charger for iPhone and Android devices.
This wireless car charger mount comes with a dual car power adapter with an air vent mount, a USB-C cable and two USB-A ports (QC 3.0 and 2.1 amps). It powers iPhones at 7.5 watts and provides fast charging up to 10 watts to Android phones.
It is also well built and is relatively inexpensive compared to other wireless car chargers with autosensing powered weapons. The only small issue with this wireless charger is that when the air vent mount closes very securely, if you go through a big bump and your car bounces, it will occasionally slip.