Looking for one of the best wireless chargers for iPhone while also saving some money during the Black Friday 2021 shopping season? Then you won't want to miss this limited-time offering. Two Star Wars wireless charging pads are $25 off or 50% off at GameStop.
One of the charging pads is themed after the Millennium Falcon, while the other is Mando's helmet from The Mandalorian. Both light up when your phone is done charging, with Mando's visor and the Falcon's engines glowing, respectively. Both chargers are also compatible with the latest Apple and Samsung phones, so you're good to go no matter which one you grab.
Star Wars wireless chargers for 50% off
This Mandalorian-themed Star Wars wireless charging pad lights up when your phone is finished charging, letting you charge your phone and be cool and stylish while doing it. It works with the latest Apple and Samsung phones, as well as any others with compatible wireless charging support. Powered by a USB-C cable, just plug it into an outlet, and it's ready to go, whether you're in the office or taking a trip.
So, you want a Star Wars charging pad, but in the style of the Millennium Falcon, not the Mandalorian? You're good to go with this model that's also half-off for a limited time. It's similarly compatible with the latest phones. Much like the Mandalorian helmet model, it lights up, but instead of Mando's visor, the Falcon's thrusters start glowing whenever your device is fully charged.
Both chargers also use USB-C cables, making them easy to hook up. They can also be connected to any outlet, so it works regardless of whether you're setting up a new office charging pad or just need something for around the house.
At 50% off, it's extremely unlikely either charger will be available at a cheaper price anytime soon. If you've been looking for a good deal on a new charger, this is the time to act. This deal is also exclusive to GameStop, so there's no telling exactly how long it'll remain available.
Samuel Tolbert is a freelance gaming writer who started working for iMore and its sister sites Windows Central and Android Central in July 2019. He handles news, previews, reviews, and exclusive original reporting, and has also been featured on TechRadar.
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