Woot today has Apple's MagSafe Charger in new condition for $29.99, down from $39.00. The previous best sale for the accessory was $29.85 at Amazon, so Woot's new discount is nearly a direct match for the all-time low price on the MagSafe Charger.

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The MagSafe Charger magnetically aligns with the magnets in the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, and 12 mini. It's also compatible for wireless charging with iPhone models dating back to the iPhone 8. It has an attached USB-C cable, but it doesn't come with a 20W USB-C Power Adapter.

This sale will only last today, and current shipping estimates put an estimated delivery for between July 30 and August 3. Amazon Prime members can use their membership to get free shipping from Woot as well, and the MagSafe Charger comes with a one year Apple limited warranty.

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Top Rated Comments

GuilleA Avatar
37 months ago
Had three. Sold them all. Really don't see a point to this tbh. There's no real benefit to MagSafe over a regular Lightning cable. It's more expensive and less efficient.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sparkinstx Avatar
37 months ago
I don't see much point to MagSafe, period. Chargers that charge slowly? Check. A cardholder that falls off, causing you to potentially lose your stuff? Check.

It was just a way for Apple to reuse the name of a technology that was actually cool and useful - the power adapter plugs for MacBooks. Those actually saved my MacBooks from disaster on several occasions.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sparkinstx Avatar
37 months ago
My wife tried buying AirPods Pro on sale at Woot a couple months back (from an article here on MR), but the bank thought the charge was fraudulent so blocked it, and we gave up trying to buy them. Since then, Woot mercilessly spams my wife's email, even after she unsubscribed. ?‍♂️
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Khedron Avatar
37 months ago
I have 2 MagSafe duo chargers. They are garbage. Claim to support Qi standards but won’t charge my Qi earbuds. My Belkin charger that cost a third of the price does.

Stay away from trash Apple products.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gammamonk Avatar
37 months ago
Sold out. I'm happy with my 5W Qi chargers from Target anyway. They're nice and slow so your phone doesn't heat up (much).
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blancoBronco Avatar
37 months ago

I don't see much point to MagSafe, period. Chargers that charge slowly? Check. A cardholder that falls off, causing you to potentially lose your stuff? Check.

It was just a way for Apple to reuse the name of a technology that was actually cool and useful - the power adapter plugs for MacBooks. Those actually saved my MacBooks from disaster on several occasions.
the chargers are probably more intended for overnight/at a desk, when you can keep it plugged in but use it and don't want to worry about aligning just so on a normal wireless charger. I have a third party MagSafe wallet and have never had an issue with it falling off
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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