Belkin Debuts New MagSafe-Compatible Accessories

Belkin this week updated its website with a range of new MagSafe-compatible accessories that are set to launch in the near future, adding to the number of available Belkin-branded magnetic add-ons available for Apple devices.

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It's important to note that unlike Belkin's Car Vent Mount Pro and Boost Charge Pro 3-in-1 and 2-in-1 MagSafe charging options, these new accessories are magnetic and work with ‌MagSafe‌, but they're not officially MagSafe-branded accessories.

For charging options, there's a 2500mAh Boost Charge Magnetic Portable Wireless Charger and a 10,000mAh Boost Charge Magnetic Portable Wireless Charger, priced at $50 and $70, respectively. Both of these power banks attach magnetically to an iPhone 12, but are limited to 7.5W.

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There's also a Boost Charge Magnetic Portable Wireless Charger Pad and a Boost Charge Magnetic Wireless Charger Stand for $29.99 and $34.99, respectively, which are also limited to 7.5W charging.

belkin charging stand magnetic
Along with these charging accessories, Belkin is introducing a $34.99 Magnetic Fitness Phone Mount that does not offer charging capabilities but allows an ‌iPhone‌ 12 to be mounted to a fitness device like an exercise bike, and the $64.99 Face Tracking Magnetic Phone Mount, a magnetic accessory that Belkin says uses face recognition tracking to rotate and adjust to shoot video content from any angle.

belkin video thing
The Face Tracking Magnetic Phone Mount and Belkin-designed app are designed to follow a your movements while recording video to make sure you stay in the frame at all times.

There are no release dates for any of these magnetic accessories and they can't be purchased at this time, but Belkin says they're "coming soon."

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Top Rated Comments

HiVolt Avatar
40 months ago
It's not Magsafe Compatible if it's only 7.5W...

This is such a fustercluck...
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nutmac Avatar
40 months ago

It's not Magsafe Compatible if it's only 7.5W...

This is such a fustercluck...
Agreed. Belkin has been the sole 3rd party vendor that offered full speed MagSafe charging products. Odd that even Magnetic Portable Wireless Charger Pad ('https://www.belkin.com/us/p/P-WIA005/') ($29.99 for the cable only) and Magnetic Wireless Charger Stand ('https://www.belkin.com/us/p/P-WIB003/') ($34.99 for the stand only) are limited to 7.5W charging.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
x-evil-x Avatar
40 months ago

Just make sure you get the RIGHT one:

$50 for 2500mAh wireless portable charging AND at 7.5w max when a 10'500mAh device does the same for $20 more?

BOTH are ugly but Belkin's pricing is asinine.
I don’t think it’s ugly at all. The one I was taking about.
what is 20$ more? This gives you the charger so you don’t need to pay more for a MagSafe puck, which I don’t like being white in the first place.
The price for the boost charge is 35$. I have plenty of charging bricks for it.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DeepIn2U Avatar
40 months ago

I like that boost charge one a lot. Probably pick it up when it’s out.
I dont care if it’s 7.5 watts. I don’t need fast charging 24/7
Just make sure you get the RIGHT one:

$50 for 2500mAh wireless portable charging AND at 7.5w max when a 10'500mAh device does the same for $20 more?

BOTH are ugly but Belkin's pricing is asinine.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jmgregory1 Avatar
40 months ago
I wonder if MagSafe’s limited magnetic strength is limiting what brands are able to do design-wise for new products and uses? I would have thought that there would be tons of add-ons flooding the market, but do recognize that the ease with which you can break the bond can be problematic for any number of device scenarios.
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