Save $20 on the brand new V3 Wireless Charging Pad from Jeda [Deal]

While Tesla now sells the Model Y with a wireless charging pad as standard, Model 3 owners still have to purchase one separately.

One of the most popular aftermarket options from Jeda just got a brand new design, and you can get it for just $79 ($20 off) by using the coupon code memorial20 at checkout.

The V3 Wireless Charging Pad has been improved in a number of ways.Jeda V3 charger chart

Increased Charging Area

Jeda V3 charging pad sizes
Some of the compatible phones

The design has been enhanced offering more charging range, speed, and surface area for every phone make and model. The texture has also changed to be silicone, rather than TPE or rubber, so it provides a more durable and long lasting finish.

Fastest Charging Speeds

The Jeda Wireless Pad V3 charges extremely fast. Most users can expect a 6-17% charging speed increase with the Jeda Wireless Pad V3 compared to the previous generation. On top of this, it’s extremely reactive. No need to adjust your phone, just drop and charge.

Three Way Charging

The Tesla Model 3 and Model Y Wireless Charger retains the landscape features from the previous generation and offers three charging positions: 2 portrait and 1 horizontal.

Wired Charging Option

The Jeda Wireless Pad V3 is the only charger which provides an OEM wired charging option, perfect for non-Qi devices or when you simply want a wired connection.

Coupon Code

The Jeda Wireless Pad V3 sells for $99 regular price, but as a launch special you can save $20 by using the coupon code memorial20 at checkout. Click here to buy yours now.

Other coupon codes currently valid at Jeda:

$10 OFF Jeda USB Hub Model 3/Y
Code: memorial10

$30 OFF Jeda Wireless Pad+Hub
Code: memorial30

Jeda V3 charger

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