Twelve South's HiRise Duet Dock is Available Again After Selling Out Last Year

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Twelve South today announced that its popular HiRise Duet combination dock for iPhone and Apple Watch is available to purchase again.


HiRise Duet was originally introduced in November 2016, but the dock sold out within just a few weeks and it remained out of stock until today. Twelve South appears to have finally received more units from its manufacturer.

The dock has an integrated Lightning connector and magnetic puck to charge both an iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time. The stand holds the Apple Watch on its side so that it can be used in Nightstand mode on a bedside table.

Both the Lightning connector and support post are adjustable to work with most popular iPhone cases on the market today.

The dock, designed with dark gray metal and accented with soft, black napa leather, has a 3.75-inch square footprint. One AC power cable extends from the base of the stand, providing 15 watts of total power.

HiRise Duet is $119.99 on Twelve South's website with free shipping in the United States. It's designed for iPhone 5s or later and any Apple Watch.

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36 months ago
$120? Nope. Got a charging stand for the watch for $7 shipped that works just fine. The design looks smart, but not that smart.
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36 months ago
$50 maybe.
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36 months ago

This outfit makes nice looking stuff but overpriced IMHO. They could do better by lowering the price and working off of volume IMO. Nice...but not THAT nice.

They definitely make nice products(I’ve bought a few and they are great) but I have to admit that price has kept me from pulling the trigger on anything new 20+ times now.
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36 months ago
My question is: How on earth were they out of stock for a year? Filling back orders maybe?
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36 months ago
We totally hear you ALL on the price and this was something we considered fully when making this device. The issue is the integrated Watch Disc and Lightning - if you were to remove these (or have to bring your own) the price would reduce drastically. Having a dock that has everything already built in is certainly more convenient and allows you to keep your single cords in your to-go bag or move them around as you need them.
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36 months ago

We totally hear you ALL on the price and this was something we considered fully when making this device. The issue is the integrated Watch Disc and Lightning - if you were to remove these (or have to bring your own) the price would reduce drastically. Having a dock that has everything already built in is certainly more convenient and allows you to keep your single cords in your to-go bag or move them around as you need them.

Still has to be 90% or higher profit margin. I have a bookbook for my iPad mini and the quality is great, but I only bought it on black Friday with a 50% discount. Otherwise most of your prices are ridiculous. I imagine you have a good customer base and it's working out for you anyway.
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