Satechi today announced the release of a trio of new accessories, aimed at charging up an iPhone in your car. These devices are available to order today on Satechi's website, and when you bundle two of them you can save 20 percent off your order.

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The bundle deal starts with the new Magentic Wireless Car Charger for $44.99, and it is compatible with MagSafe, although it won't charge at the full 15-watt MagSafe charging speed. It uses an air vent clip-on design and supports Qi wireless charging.

Secondly, the 40W Dual USB-C Car Charger is $29.99 and features two USB-C ports, so you can charge two devices simultaneously. Satechi says that this accessory fits in most car cigarette lighters.

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If you buy both the Magnetic Wireless Car Charger and the 40W Dual USB-C Car Charger you can get 20 percent off both with the code CAR20. Shoppers should note that while the Magnetic Wireless Car Charger is ready to ship today, the 40W Car Charger won't ship until the first week of October.

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Lastly, the 20W USB-C Wall Charger is $17.99, and supports Apple's quick charge feature for the latest iPhones. With USB-C power delivery, you can charge an iPhone from zero to 50 percent in 30 minutes. This accessory doesn't have a discount at this time.

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Top Rated Comments

Force332 Avatar
33 months ago
Yeah, I drive a 2015 vehicle and don't have CarPlay so having a MagSafe charger would be great. I'm slightly annoyed that nearly every magnetic charger on the market isn't actual MagSafe and doesn't charge at the full 15W. I suspect because accessory makers don't want to pay extra to Apple to license its use? It's been about a year now and MagSafe feels like it's missing the mark. Don't get me wrong, being able to attach things to the phone or the phone to something magnetically does have a few good use cases, but for me the best thing about MagSafe was the faster 15W charging. And other than Apple's own accessories and maybe a few others here and there, it seems most accessories don't support it. Not to mention the true MagSafe accessories are very expensive. The whole thing has been very underwhelming to me.
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aajeevlin Avatar
33 months ago

I don't get these MagSafe car chargers, unless you never use Apple CarPlay, because you still have to plug your phone in to use CarPlay (except for about 3 models of cars that offer wireless CarPlay). How does that work with both MagSafe and lightning cable plugged in simultaneously?
Because not everyone is driving a new car that has CarPlay? I drive a 2017 car, it has no car play. Why would you assume that everyone has CarPlay?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Sasparilla Avatar
33 months ago

I don't get these MagSafe car chargers, unless you never use Apple CarPlay, because you still have to plug your phone in to use CarPlay (except for about 3 models of cars that offer wireless CarPlay). How does that work with both MagSafe and lightning cable plugged in simultaneously?
Guessing there are lots of folks that just want a mount that'll work good and aren't worried about CarPlay (probably not in their car or never used it) - adding integrated charging to it would be gravy to those folks. I'd think these (as a category) will sell well.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dmylrea Avatar
33 months ago

Ooh, look at Mr. Wealthy over here with his fancy CarPlay-equipped vehicle, lah dee dah.
Couldn't the same be said for everyone who owns a fancy, overpriced iPhone? ;)

In case you were interested, here is a list of all the models and years of cars that support CarPlay.
https://www.apple.com/ios/carplay/available-models/

Plenty of budget cars with CarPlay. Wealth not required. :)
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dmylrea Avatar
33 months ago
I don't get these MagSafe car chargers, unless you never use Apple CarPlay, because you still have to plug your phone in to use CarPlay (except for about 3 models of cars that offer wireless CarPlay). How does that work with both MagSafe and lightning cable plugged in simultaneously?
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
tigerstyle0 Avatar
33 months ago

Yeah, I drive a 2015 vehicle and don't have CarPlay so having a MagSafe charger would be great. I'm slightly annoyed that nearly every magnetic charger on the market isn't actual MagSafe and doesn't charge at the full 15W. I suspect because accessory makers don't want to pay extra to Apple to license its use? It's been about a year now and MagSafe feels like it's missing the mark. Don't get me wrong, being able to attach things to the phone or the phone to something magnetically does have a few good use cases, but for me the best thing about MagSafe was the faster 15W charging. And other than Apple's own accessories and maybe a few others here and there, it seems most accessories don't support it. Not to mention the true MagSafe accessories are very expensive. The whole thing has been very underwhelming to me.
I’m with ya. I was hoping for some great accessories but instead we just get weird places to stick our phones with optional subpar charging ?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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