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Best Pixel Buds Pro chargers

Like other pairs of true wireless earbuds, the Google Pixel Buds Pro come with a charging case so you can extend the battery, and have a neat spot to store them when not in use. 

Offering up to 11 hours of battery life per charge when active noise cancellation (ANC) is off, seven hours with it, and a total of 31 hours (without ANC) with the extra charges from the case, the Pixel Buds Pro will easily last through a week’s worth of commutes or workout sessions. But what happens when they need recharging? 

You can plug the charging case into an outlet, or use a wireless charger, especially from the many excellent options we've selected for this list.

Here are our picks for the best Pixel Buds Pro chargers

Which is the best wireless charger for the Pixel Buds Pro?

The easiest way to recharge the Pixel Buds Pro is simply by popping them into the included charging case, and plugging the case into a power outlet using the included USB-C cable. But if there’s no cable around, or you want a wire-free set-up, you’ll be pleased to know that yes, the Pixel Buds Pro do indeed support wireless charging at a speed of 2.5W. 

They should work with most Qi-certified chargers given that many offer far more power than 2.5W, and will adjust power as needed. iOttie is a great brand, and the fact that the stand is certified for Google is an assurance that it will work flawlessly. But the other options on this list are worth considering, too, based on where you want to charge and how much room you have or want to dedicate to a charger. 

If you prefer a wired connection, the Wasserstein Charging Station is a neat option that you can plop on a desk and use as a storage hub as well. Keeping it plugged into the wall, it’s easy to just pop the buds on the charger whenever they need a quick boost; plus, you can charge your phone at the same time. 

Will the Pixel Buds Pro make the cut for the best wireless earbuds? That remains to be seen once they are officially launched for pre-order and get into the hands of customers. For now, if you’re prepping to buy a pair, having an extra charger on hand to use beyond just the cable into the wall is a solid decision.

Christine Persaud
Christine Persaud

Christine Persaud is a freelance writer for Android Central who has been writing about tech since long before the smartphone was even a "thing." When she isn't writing, she's probably working on her latest fitness program, binging a new (or old) TV series, tinkering with tech gadgets, or spending time with her school-aged son. A self-professed TV nerd, lover of red wine, and passionate home cook, she's immersed in tech in every facet of her life. Follow her at @christineTechCA.