The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sheikah Runes Phone Charger Invokes Powerful Magic

If you're looking to charge your phone in style, this Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sheikah runes charger may be your next big buy.

April 6, 2019

It’s no secret that passionate The Legend of Zelda fans have created some amazing fan content and this outstanding Breath of the Wild Sheikah runes wireless phone charger is one of the most elaborate pieces I’ve seen so far. The phone charger, sold by online retailer Regisbox, is a glowing wonder that lights up when the phone is placed in the center.

The light-up effect illuminates from the outside of the circle to the middle and even omits sound effects as it first activates, similar to how the actual runes tend to light up and sound in Breath of the Wild when Link inserts his Sheikah Slate into them. Tapping once in a certain spot activates the effects and tapping six times in the same area disables them:

You can see the charger in further detail in the images below, as well as an official short video demonstrating how the charger works when activated by your phone.


The only thing better than seeing an amazing piece is being able to actually own it. You can buy the wireless charger as well as check out more information on the product, including phone compatibility, on Regisbox’s online store (though orders are currently back ordered due to popularity). The price ($64.99) is initially listed in Euros but will automatically adjust to your region’s currency once in the site’s cart.

Of course, not all cool projects are made by the pros. Some other amazing past works from fans include art of Twilight Princess meets Breath of the Wild, fanart of Link in the vibrant forest from Majora’s Mask, a recreation of the Breath of the Wild lantern, a bottle of Lon Lon milk from Ocarina of Time, and an alarm clock that plays A Link to the Past‘s theme.

The next upcoming The Legend of Zelda project is a remaster of Link’s Awakening which will be coming to Nintendo Switch exclusively sometime in 2019. If you are interested in dipping into the source material (which is arguably the best Zelda game), you can pick up the title on Nintendo 3DS via Amazon.

Allisa James

Senior Weekend Staff Writer for DualShockers. Loves JRPGs, artbooks, and anime.

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