Best Google Pixel 6 wireless chargers 2023
Juice up your Pixel 6 with these powerful wireless chargers.
With no charger included in the box, the Google Pixel 6 offers a great opportunity to cut the cord and go fully wireless. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro respectively support up to 21W and 23W wireless charging speeds, but only if you use the official second-gen Pixel Stand charger. Third-party pads that comply with the Extended Power Profile (EPP) are restricted to a maximum of 15W power output. And since all of this can get really confusing, we've shortlisted some of the best Pixel 6 wireless chargers to help you make the right purchase decision.
These are the best Google Pixel 6 wireless chargers
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Harness the maximum wireless charging capabilities of the Pixel 6 series with the second-gen Pixel Stand. An official accessory by Google, it allows 21W fast wireless charging for the Pixel 6 and 23W for the Pixel 6 Pro. There's also a built-in fan to keep things cool while it does its thing. The only issue here is that the second-gen Pixel Stand is a bit expensive for a wireless charger.
Charge two devices at once
Made especially for Google devices, the Wireless Duo complies with the EPP standard and is certified by Google, allowing up to 15W charging speeds for the Pixel 6. The design lets you charge both your smartphone and smartwatch (or wireless earbuds) at the same time. The output configuration is 10W (for the stand) and 5W (for the pad).
Power Delivery & Quick Charge support
Anker's high-quality power solutions come in all shapes and sizes, and the PowerWave Alloy is one of the best wireless pads you can get for your Pixel 6. Having a maximum of 15W power output, it supports both Power Delivery and Quick Charge standards for compatibility with a wide range of devices. It also costs less than half of what the second-generation Pixel Stand sells for.
Stylish and reliable
Like the majority of Belkin's accessories, the BoostCharge wireless charging stand offers a no-nonsense way of charging your Pixel 6 and other compatible devices. You get up to 15W maximum power output for wirelessly charging smartphones, as well as the freedom to place your phone in both portrait and landscape orientations for hassle-free charging. It also comes with a 24W power supply with QC 3.0 support.
Wireless charging anywhere
While most wireless chargers need to be hooked up to a wall socket in order to work, Anker's PowerCore III is different. That's because it's essentially a 10,000mAh power bank with a built-in wireless charging pad, allowing you to juice up your Pixel 6 at up to 15W speeds, anytime and anywhere. Not only that, you get a USB-C and a USB-A port for fast wireless charging (up to 18W) as well.
DIY MagSafe solution
Mophie's Snap+ Wireless Charger is MagSafe-compatible, but it still works with Google Pixel 6 despite the latter not having that feature. How, you ask? Well, this thing includes a tiny metallic ring that you can stick to the back of your Pixel 6, thus allowing the charging pad to latch on to the phone magnetically. You get up to 15W wireless charging output, and a lot of convenience.
In-car wireless charging
Why settle for wirelessly charging your Pixel 6 only at home, when you can do it the car too? With iOttie's Easy One Touch Wireless 2, you get a dashboard-mountable solution that can be used for juicing up your Pixel (or any Android) smartphone at up to 10W speeds, sans any wires. The mount's telescopic arm has a range of 4.9 to 8.3 inches and a 225-degree pivot angle for best-in-class flexibility.
Wirelessly charge your Pixel 6 with ease
We get that it's frustrating not being able to get the supported 21W wireless charging speed for your Pixel 6 (opens in new tab) unless you go for Google's second-gen Pixel Stand, but it truly is the best solution if you want the ideal wireless charging experience. Sure, the price could be a bit lower, but as mentioned in our review (opens in new tab), that's the price you have to pay if you absolutely need that high-power output.
Alternatives are not so easy to come by, as the Pixel 6 (and 6 Pro) require Extended Power Profile (EPP) compliance to get 15W wireless-charging speeds with third-party solutions. And since most other phones don't need to get 15W speeds, most wireless charger brands don't prioritize this feature. Belkin's 15W BoostCharge is a simple yet reliable solution that also comes with its 24W wall adapter, so you have everything to get started.
For on-the-go charging, the iOttie Easy One Touch 2 and the Anker PowerCore III are both excellent options. While iOttie makes some of the best wireless car chargers and mounts (opens in new tab) out there, Anker's offerings are among the best wireless chargers (opens in new tab), year after year. So, you can close your eyes and pick either one or both of these!
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