Review: Qi Wireless iPhone Charging Mount for Your Car

Scosche has added another powerful mount to its product line up, and it supports Qi wireless charging for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. The MagicMount Pro Charge ($59.99) delivers up to 10 watts of Qi-based wireless charging and can be mounted on your car's window or dash.

Related: 9 Best Qi Wireless Chargers for iPhone 8, 8 Plus & iPhone X

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Of course, Scosche doesn't actually use magic to keep your iPhone in place. The MagicMount Pro Charge is magnetic and includes reusable metal plates for either your bare iPhone or your case. The mount also has a strong StickGrip suction base, for attachment to your car dashboard and is powered with the included car charger.

Pros

  • Up to 10 watts of Qi-based wireless charging
  • Strong StickGrip suction base holds the mount firmly in place
  • Metal plates for iPhone and case secure device the mount
  • Car charger included

Cons

  • Requires metal plates on phone or case

Final Verdict

If you are a fan of wireless charging, and want to leverage it in your car, the MagicMount Pro Charge from Scosche can keep your phone charged, while holding it securely in place. 

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