Car Charger Review: Flexible Wireless Charging Mount for Window & Dash

I'm a big fan of Qi-based wireless charging. I skipped purchasing the iPhone 7, but when the iPhone 8 and X came out, I not only upgraded, I upgraded my whole family to the new models, so we can just use wireless chargers spread throughout the house. But what about in the car? Scosche has an answer with the StuckUp Qi ($49.99)

The StuckUp Qi is flexible, thanks to a gooseneck design, and rotatable so you can position your phone in landscape mode for navigation apps. It attaches to your windshield or dashboard via the large suction cup mount. It includes a car charger and microUSB cable to power the integrated Qi wireless charging pad. The StuckUp Qi works with iPhone and Android Qi-based phones up to 3.5 inches wide. I would like to see the option of a vent-clip or cupholder mount. 

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StuckUp Qi

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  • Flexible and rotatable
  • Includes car charger and cable
  • Works with iPhone and Android Qi-based phones up to 3.5 inches wide


  • No vent-clip or cupholder mount

Final Verdict

If you have embraced wireless charging, the StuckUp Qi from Scosche can keep you charged on the road. 

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