Deals: OWC Discounts Range of USB-C Docks With Extra $10 Off for MacRumors Readers

We've partnered up with OWC this season to offer our readers an exclusive offer on the retailer's popular USB-C docks for Mac computers. Below you'll find these deals, along with a few other sales going on at OWC in September.

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Our exclusive sale is knocking $10 off the OWC USB-C Dock in Space Gray and Silver. There are a few versions of this accessory, including one with 10 ports and a Mini DisplayPort for $94.98, down from $149.99.

You can also get the USB-C Dock with 10 ports and a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI 4K adapter for $108.99, down from $149.99. Both of these accessories have had the MacRumors exclusive savings automatically applied, so simply add them to your cart and check out to net the deals (limit two per customer).

In total, the USB-C Dock has two USB-C ports, four standard USB ports, one Mini DisplayPort, one gigabit Ethernet port, one 3.5mm audio port, and one SD card reader. Our exclusive offer with OWC will run through the end of October.

Other deals at OWC include savings of $10 when you buy two USB-C Travel Docks, totaling $99.98, down from $109.98. The Travel Dock includes ports for USB-C, two standard USB ports, one SD card reader, and one HDMI port.

Lastly, OWC has a collection of bundle deals for shoppers. The first lets you purchase an OWC miniStack external hard drive and bundle in select hard drives to save up to $10 off your purchase. You can also save on Parallels Desktop Pro Edition when purchasing alongside select OWC hard drives. All of these offers can be found at the top of this page.

OWC also has its Drive Dock USB-C with a special combo deal that offers $10 off qualifying hard drives. The Drive Dock offers a compact solution to access bare SATA drives, offering two drive bays that accomodate 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives, priced at $89.75, down from $119.99.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

carestudio Avatar
45 months ago

Looking to get a a new MBP soon, any suggestions on the best dock? Is it Hyperdrive? Is it this?
Caldigit TS3 Plus is the best and cheaper than other Thunderbolt dock. I have noticed that the most recent released thunderbolt 3 docks can only do 10Gb data through all the usb ports while Caldigit's one can do around 20Gb data through all the usb ports and another 20Gb for video. A huge bonus if you are looking for a true Thunderbolt 40G dock.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
clive27 Avatar
45 months ago
The picture is for the thunderbolt dock, while the deal is for the usbc dock.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Rocko99991 Avatar
45 months ago
$150 for a dock of ports that was included in the older MBP. Genius removing them...
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AngerDanger Avatar
45 months ago

The picture is for the thunderbolt dock, while the deal is for the usbc dock.
Ah, ****, you're right! Fixed.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
InuNacho Avatar
45 months ago

Most of which were never used by the majority of MacBook owners. On the other hand removing the ports reduced the size and weight without removing battery capacity, which are things everyone benefits from.
Stop the presses!
MagSafe and USB A was never used by the masses.
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MGrayson3 Avatar
45 months ago
I am a big fan of OWC. Memory, Hard disks, RAID, an entire Mac Mini from 2011 for a file server. Great service. Great advice.

BUT...

I've had two docks from them. Both proved so unreliable as to be useless. Not mounting disks from some ports, TB cable disconnecting randomly. I now have a CalDigit TS3+ and am very happy.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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