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Wake up to a full battery with this alarm clock and wireless charger combo

Deal prices and availability are subject to change after publication.

TL;DR: From September 11, you can get the wireless desktop charger with alarm clock(opens in a new tab) for just $51.99 instead of $84.99 – that’s a 38% discount.

If the last thing you do before going to bed is your morning alarm or charging your phone(opens in a new tab), why not combine those features into one aesthetically pleasing package? This wireless desktop charger is also an alarm clock and is currently on sale for $51.99, discounted from $84.

A wireless charger that doubles as an alarm clock

This charger uses the space it uses on your nightstand to work by also being a multifunctional alarm clock(opens in a new tab). The buttons on the back, bottom and top of the clock let you adjust the time, mute or snooze the alarm, change your alarm time, turn on the night light or adjust the screen brightness. The adjustable brightness has three options: sunny, indoor and sleeping.

If you normally plug in your phone before going to bed, now all you have to do is place it in the wireless charging slot of your alarm clock. While this clock’s output isn’t the strongest at 10W, it should be enough to fully charge your phone while you sleep through the night. When you wake up, instead of staring into the bright light of your phone when you check the time or turn off your alarm, you might see the soft light of an alarm clock with the dim sleep mode turned on.

Try a more aesthetically pleasing way to charge your phone

While your phone has many features, the alarm on it may not be your style. Instead, your phone charger can double as an alarm clock. Buy this wireless desktop charger with alarm clock for a limited time(opens in a new tab) on sale for $51.99 (Reg. $84).

Prices subject to change.

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