Satechi Launches Apple Watch Charger With Detachable USB-C Cable

Satechi today introduced a new Apple Watch charger with a detachable USB-C cable, making it quite versatile.

The charger is equipped with a USB-C connector that can be plugged directly into USB-C devices like recent MacBook and iPad Pro models. Or, if some distance is needed, the charger can be paired with the included female-to-male USB-C cable and then plugged into devices, docks, battery packs, and so forth.



The charger, certified by Apple, is compatible with all Apple Watch models and sizes. It is available now in Space Gray for $44.99 on Satechi's website. From today through December 26, Satechi is offering customers 20 percent off when entering the code GIFTSATECHI at checkout.

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5 weeks ago
I would not plug in an Apple Watch the way that first picture shows. That’s how you break the usbc port on your iPad
Rating: 5 Votes
5 weeks ago
The missing component from everyone's dongle collection.
Rating: 4 Votes
5 weeks ago
Apple makes a USB-C charging puck with a 6" cable. Far less likely to cause accidental damage IMO.
Rating: 2 Votes
5 weeks ago
I always wanted my apple watch dangling off the side of my upright iPad.
Nothing could possiblely go with that setup. ?
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago


While I don’t think this is the best charging solution for an Apple Watch, I don’t get this notion that USB-C ports are super fragile. They’re not. They’re not even what I’d call fragile.

They may not be super fragile, but they definitely loosen with use and I can foresee using it with stuff hanging off of it exacerbating this.
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago
Things like this make me wonder if future iPad Pros will include more than one USB-C port.
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago
Looks great! It would be better if it was a pass-through device to charge AW and iPad if you wanted.
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago
About damn time! Didnt know why Apple didnt make a version where one can just plug in a lightning cable into a circular charger pad for the apple watch. I can now start traveling with my apple watch (havent done it because i didnt want to take 50 different charging cables...)
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago
I love innovative or creative charging and cable solutions. The market is big enough that every niche can be filled.

I would have preferred a female USB-C connector on the charger, though.
Rating: 1 Votes
5 weeks ago
This is something I think is pretty neat, but would never see myself needing something like it.
Rating: 1 Votes

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