Elevation Lab Launches New FamilyCharger With Lightning, USB-C and MicroUSB Connectors

Elevation Lab, known for its line of popular iPhone charging docks, today released the FamilyCharger, a multi-charging setup designed to allow you to charge all of your devices in one place.

The FamilyCharger includes three Lightning cables, one microUSB cable, and one USB-C cable for charging iPhones, Android devices, iPads, and more.


A thick braided cord keeps all of the individual cords together and delivers 2.4A of power to each connector. With the included silicone mounts, the cable can be routed anywhere, such as a desk, a bookshelf, or another central location in the home. The main cord is nine feet long.


According to Elevation Lab, the FamilyCharger was designed to have the smallest footprint of any available multi-charger, and it is an Apple Made for iPhone certified device.


The FamilyCharger is powered by an included 65W power supply, though Elevation Lab also sells a cord-only version that lets you use your own five port USB-A power supply if desired.


The FamilyCharger can be ordered from the Elevation Lab website for $74.95, or $49.99 for the cord only model.

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17 weeks ago
Because who doesn’t enjoy stacking their electronics?
Rating: 9 Votes
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17 weeks ago
I bought an Anker charger with their cables. I can mix, match, and change (as devices get replaced) the connections. Makes a lot more sense than hardwiring a fixed number of cable types and it's cheaper.
Rating: 6 Votes
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17 weeks ago
I really wish this had a connection to also charge an Apple Watch.
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17 weeks ago
The cat stretching it’s paws is a cute detail
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17 weeks ago
Looks like a fire hazard
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17 weeks ago

Because who doesn’t enjoy stacking their electronics?


My thoughts exactly! The cables on the end of this snake aren’t long enough to adequately lay a collection of devices flat and arranged; how any self-respecting person would have them. If I wanted my tech thrown in a pile like this, I’d just hand my open computer bag to our kids.
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17 weeks ago
With an Apple Watch charger I'd be all over this. Now it's basically useless as a family charger. may as well just keep all the cords I've already got if I have to add more anyway.

I don't understand why they didn't add one
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17 weeks ago

I bought an Anker charger with their cables. I can mix, match, and change (as devices get replaced) the connections. Makes a lot more sense than hardwiring a fixed number of cable types and it's cheaper.


Was just going to say something similar. I recently built my own travel charging station for all of our devices with a 6-port RAVpower charger ('https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00OQ19QYA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1'), short Anker Lightening cables ('https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N522SM2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1'), and a few of the scores of micro-USB cables laying around the house for $36 total. And that rig allows you to fully customize what configuration of cables you have depending on your use/case, or as device I/O needs change.
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17 weeks ago

The cat stretching it’s paws is a cute detail

Yeah its the cable - my cat loves my charging cables. Or shoe laces or rope-like stuff in general.
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17 weeks ago
I think I'm going to buy this just for my wife and me traveling... we always end up using random outlets all over the hotel room... we end up with stuff charging in the bathroom, in the kitchenette, everywhere, just because there's never enough outlets at the bed.

With this, we could charge both our iPhones, her iPad, my Switch, and her portable battery, Kindle, or GoPro... the only devices left that this wouldn't handle are my Dell laptop + my Apple Watch. I'm always worried we'll forget a cable. Now it's just a matter of bringing this, the laptop cable, and the Apple Watch cable.
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