Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Unboxing-15

Charging with cables is usually faster, but that is about the only advantage it has over wireless charging technology. Nothing beats being able to just drop your phone on a platform and letting it juice up. It’s seamless and easy. And if you do it right, you never have to plug in your device again.

In 2016 and 2017, we’ve seen a slight move away from the technology with metallic designs being so popular (and not very wireless charging friendly). This change away from wireless also has something to do with USB Type-C being so easy to plug and charge on the go. Thankfully, Samsung continues to fully support wireless, just as it has for years.

For those rocking the aging Samsung Galaxy Note 5, we highly recommend you take advantage of the convenience of wireless charging. In this post we curate a list of the best wireless chargers for your Note 5. Let’s jump right into it!

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Samsung Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Pad

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Let’s start with the official one. Well… at least the coolest out of the official ones. The Samsung Fast Charge Qi Wireless Charging Pad is a bit special. It can charge your Note 5 up to 1.4 times faster than standard wireless charging pads. It is also said to reduce charging times from 0% to 100% by about 50 minutes.

It’s not the cheapest at about $50, but if you have no time to lose, it might be your best bet.

Woodpuck FAST Edition Bamboo Qi Wireless Charging Pad

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This one is actually my favorite out of the bunch. Those who know me can attest to how much I like my wooden tech. I mean, just look at this thing. It’s the perfect blend between a natural, raw style and high tech performance.

It is also a fast charging pad, which makes it about 40% faster than the competition. The fact that it looks gorgeous further sweetens the deal. It’s not the cheapest at $39.99, but in my opinion it is definitely the best looking.

Anker Wireless Charger PowerPort Qi Wireless Charging Pad

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Anker may not be the most popular accessory brand around, but they actually make some good charging products. Their PowerPort Qi Whireless Charging Pad is sleek, discrete and smart. Temperature Control makes sure your device stays cool enough. In addition, it will never overcharge your device and waste energy, as it goes idle when not needed. It’s also super cheap at only $16.99

RAVPower Wireless Charging Pad with 5,000 mAh battery

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Whoever said wireless charging had to be stationary? RAVPower sells a wireless charger that has its own 5,000 mAh battery integrated. This means you can unplug it and charge wirelessly wherever you go. That’s true wireless charging right there. For only $39.99 you get both a portable battery pack and a wireless charger. Just imagine – you could put both this charger and your phone in your pocket and have you handset charging the whole time!

Wrapping up

Have you made the move to wireless charging? If so, do hit the comments and let us know which chargers you would recommend. If you are still living with cable tangle balls, maybe it is time to take a look at some of the products we just listed. Which one is your favorite?

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