This minimalist, MagSafe compatible portable charger is just $40 today

The XVIDA Magnetic Wireless Power Bank packs 5,000mAh of power in an ultra-slim design that attaches to the back of your phone.

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The XVIDA Magnetic Wireless Power Bank.

Our lives are inextricably tethered to our devices. You may try to reduce your screen time or undergo a digital detox, but bosses call, appointments need managing and friends need last-minute advice. All of that requires power. 

The way we constantly drain our phones’ batteries has led to a massive power bank market. And the size of that demand is only outweighed by the size of the chargers themselves. Nobody wants to be under 10 percent capacity right before an important call, but carrying around a clunky battery in your bag isn’t an elegant solution. Instead, there’s a compromise: the XVIDA Magnetic Wireless Power Bank.

This clever device combines Apple-certified MagSafe magnets and wireless charging in an ultra-slim device that looks like it belongs right on your iPhone case. No more searching in your bag for your charger; the XVIDA attaches itself to the back of your phone to provide it with emergency juice when you need it most. It packs a 5,000mAh battery capacity and packs 25 percent more energy than its predecessor in the same compact package. The XVIDA can also charge itself from zero to 80 percent in just 35 minutes.

You'll always have power on-demand with this ingenious charger. Plus, thanks to USB-C output, you can also charge phones and other devices that don’t offer Qi support. It’s designed specifically for the iPhone 12, but it works with Samsung phones or the iPhone 11 and earlier models with an XVIDA phone case.

A low battery is the last thing you want in an emergency, and the XVIDA Magnetic Wireless Power Bank has you covered in that event. This sleek charger normally sells for $49, but you can purchase it today for $40, or 18 percent off.

Prices subject to change.

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