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SoloQi SLIM 2-Tone Portable Wireless Charger with Kickstand and Magnetic Pads

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Color: 2 Tone
'- The most versatile wireless charger
- Lightweight wireless phone charger designed to keep you powered everywhere you go with or without cable.
- USB: Apart from being beautifully designed, the SLIM has its own USB plug making it a True-Wireless charger. Simply plug it into your computer USB, cube charger, USB splitter or any other USB source and recharge both your phone and the SLIM simultaneously.
- Portable: The SLIM is thin and lightweight which makes it extremely portable, perfect for carrying it around throughout the day. Fits into nearly any pocket or purse.
- Literally stands on its own: Pop the kickstand and use your phone hands-free to browse the internet, watch movies and standout.
- Lifesaver: This thin hybrid of the wireless charger with built-in USB plug and kickstand is compacted into just a 3.8 oz device. The lightweight SLIM also includes an SOS battery for an extra 2 to 3 hours of phone battery.
- Power for everyone: Share the power with friends and family. Whether they have a Samsung, iPhone or Qi-enabled device, this universal power bank is meant to be shared.

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