Today we're kicking off the week with a brand new exclusive deal for our readers, in partnership with accessory maker Satechi. With this sale, you can use the code MAC30 to take 30 percent off Satechi's Trio Wireless Charging Pad and Quatro Wireless Power Bank.

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This makes the Trio Wireless Charging Pad cost $84.00, down from $119.99. This accessory is a rectangular Qi mat that is designed to charge the latest iPhones, AirPods, and includes a charging puck for the Apple Watch.

satechi mat

For the second Satechi accessory, you can get the Quatro Wireless Power Bank for $70.00, down from $99.99. This 10,000 mAh portable charger includes a charging puck for the Apple Watch on its face, as well as a hotspot for Qi charging. There is also one regular USB-A port and USB-C port for fast charging an iPhone.

satchi bank

You'll have until next Monday, July 19 at midnight eastern time to use the special code MAC30 and get 30 percent off these two accessories. Satechi also supports free shipping in the United States for any order over $40, which applies to both products.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

RalfTheDog Avatar
34 months ago
Satechi makes good stuff, but wireless technology is intrinsically garbage; You are throwing a significant portion of the energy away.
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whyamihere Avatar
34 months ago
The Quatro Wireless Power Bank for $70 is tempting, very tempting. Anyone have experience with it or a similar competing item?
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taniOS91 Avatar
34 months ago

The Quatro Wireless Power Bank for $70 is tempting, very tempting. Anyone have experience with it or a similar competing item?
I took my Quatro power bank on my vacation recently and was very happy with it. I used it mostly to charge my apple watch and AirPods. Too bad this deal wasn't around when I bought mine.
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Apple_Robert Avatar
34 months ago
Satechi makes good accessories. I still have a Hub from 2017 that still works Now that I have a OWC TB Dock, I don't need Satechi anymore.
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DeepIn2U Avatar
34 months ago

Satechi makes good stuff, but wireless technology is intrinsically garbage; You are throwing a significant portion of the energy away.
The 3-in-1 was really nice, quality built even the finish. For me I returned in in 4 days as I couldn't unlock the 12 mini with it being so flat (I didn't have my current watch then).

I'm hoping they can make a great 3-in-1 stand like the Belkin. I hadn't known about the power loss.
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