Griffin Apple Watch Stand

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Fans of Apple can hardly wait until the highly anticipated Apple Watch is released next month. Griffin knows this, and has decided to get the party started early with the release of the Griffin Apple Watch Stand.

Charging your watch should be effortless, and that was the inspiration behind this device. Using a magnetic angled cradle, it will not only hold your watch, but also charge at the same time. It works with both semi-flexible and fully flexible bands, and the molded base also doubles as a place to park your iPhone. And seeing that no one likes messy cords, this watch stand lets you wind the excess cable around the stand’s core, sliding it down into the post, never to be seen by you or your guest’s eyes again. The stand can be scooped up from the brand’s online store for $30. [Purchase]

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