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Our exclusive offer gets you 25% off this swanky wireless charger

Cult of Mac is now offering an exclusive deal on the excellent AluBase wireless charger from Just Mobile.

It’s the perfect time to treat yo’ self to the fastest possible wireless charge for iPhone, and great design that you won’t want to hide away.

Order yours from the Watch Store today to get 25% off the usual price, and pick up a fast charging adapter to go with it for just $5. You won’t find this discount anywhere else, so enjoy it while you can.

Wireless charging is awesome. You never have to worry about tangled cables or a cluttered nightstand — simply put down your iPhone and leave it be. The only problem is most wireless charging pads are too ugly to have on display.

That’s not the case with the AluBase.

AluBase brings beauty to your nightstand

Finished in high-grade aluminum with shiny chamfered edges, the AluBase looks right at home alongside your iPhone and other Apple products. It won’t slide around like cheap charging pads, and its soft-touch top prevents your iPhone from slipping off.

Finished in high-grade aluminum, with a soft-touch charging pad, AluBase is an iconic wireless iPhone charger that sports space age style.
Finished in high-grade aluminum, AluBase is asking to be shown off.
Photo: Just Mobile

The AluBase is compatible with iPhone 8 or later, as well as any other smartphone or gadget that uses the Qi charging standard. That includes the AirPods Wireless Charging Case. It also works through cases — as long as they don’t contain metal.

You’ll get the fastest possible charge of 7.5W for iPhone and 10W for the latest Android devices if you use the right adapter with the AluBase, though slower adapters are compatible if you’re happy to charge at 5W.

AluBase is as safe as it is pretty

One of the things we love most about the AluBase — aside from its brilliant design — is the built-in safety features.

A special chip inside the pad detects the presence of metal and other foreign objects and shuts off automatically to prevent any damage. So if you happen to place your keys on it by accident, there’s no chance of it breaking or burning down the house.

Pick up the AluBase from the Cult of Mac Watch Store today to save 25% before we sell out. The charging pad itself is priced at $30 (down from $39.95), but you’ll pay just $35 (down from $49.95) for both the pad and the fast charging adapter.

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I love this watch band, it's super comfortable and it fits perfectly.

Very Good Quality Leather Watch Band

The Monowear Classic is a very good quality watch band that gives your Apple Watch a great look for more formal or dress up occasions. My preference is to have a leather band without colored stitching and with a black stainless steel clasp. This band fits that criteria and provides a secure, classic method of attaching to my wrist.

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I wish I could say something about this item but I have not received it. Pity about the money I spent!

Good morning, Thank you for your review. I have checked the process of your order, and the last update from USPS on September 18, states your package is delayed but still on its way, if this doesn’t change by next week please get back in touch by emailing me at adel@cultofmac.com
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Good second remote

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Good product, but doesn't work as smoothly with every streaming app on Apple TV

It works fine, no problem connecting it to my Apple TV, so there is nothing wrong with the product. I just find myself and my partner still mostly using the apple remote. Maybe just out of habit. it is easier to rewind or fast forward with it on most apps, not on YouTube, but Netflix or appleTV+