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THE BRICK Wireless Fast Charger

Quickly charge your phone with THE BRICK Wireless Fast Charger. This high-tech device enables you to quickly charge your smartphone at home, in the office, or wherever you like. In addition, THE BRICK can safely charge your phone with up to 15 watts and includes a USB-C port. CNC machined from solid American walnut wood, THE BRICK comes in both brass or your choice of silver, space gray or black aircraft aluminum body options. The solid metal base also doubles as a heat sink, which keeps the charging temperature low and protects your phone’s battery. Moreover, a tree will be planted for each and every charger sold. You can even personalize THE BRICK by engraving your name or personal slogan, making it a great gift for friends, clients or loved ones.

THE BRICK Wireless Fast Charger
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Rating
9.7/10
Editor's Quote
This charger has all the specs you need but with a healthy dose of style.
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Ashley Timms
Compatibility
iOS, Android
Max Output
15W
Input Current
DC 9V/2A
Materials
Walnut Wood, Aluminum/Brass
Dimensions
3.54 x 0.66 x 6.49 Inches
Weight
10oz (Al.), 26oz (Br.)
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eddiep

would I have to remove my phone cover to charge?

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