NomadPad for Apple Watch

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The California based crew at Nomad got their start just a few short years on Kickstarter, and they haven’t looked back since. Seeing that the brand believes the smartwatch will soon eclipse the smartphone as the number one mobile device, it should come as no surprise that they are jumping into the Apple Watch accessories market full force with the NomadPod.

When it comes to Apple’s new wearable, everyone has one thing on their mind – battery life. Nomad tackled the potential pitfall with a pocket-sized device that will give your Cupertino timepiece four full battery cycles. The device runs on a compact high density 1800 mAh lithium polymer battery, and will charge your watch and any USB-powered gadget thanks to the built-in Type A and Type C USB ports. The brand plans to release the NomadPod in three different color options on June 15th with a retail price of $59.99. [Purchase]

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