Griffin WatchStand Powered Charging Station targets Apple devices

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Earlier this April as the Apple Watch was made available to the masses, there has been this particular question that was raised time and time again – will the Apple Watch spark off a smartwatch frenzy in the same vein as that of the iPhone for the smartphone industry? Now that we are close to the end of the year – just slightly more than two months away before 2016 comes a-knockin’, I guess the answer is rather obvious at the moment; where it is a clear “no”. The smartwatch market is a growing one, albeit a niche market, but this does not mean that there is no room for third party accessories that will be part of the deal. Enter the Griffin WatchStand Charging Station, which so happens to be a new, powered version of Griffin’s best-selling WatchStand Charging Dock that rolled out earlier in the year.

Similar to its predecessor, the WatchStand Powered Charging Station will offer the ideal solution to show off as well as juice up not only your Apple Watch, but also your iPhone, and to be able to do it in style is something else altogether. In addition, this is one accessory that ensures the messiness of cable clutter is removed, thanks to the built-in power.

The WatchStand Powered Charging Station will show off your Apple Watch on a sleek pedestal for convenient daily charging, where the integrated power supply and pair of dedicated USB ports will help to free up a wall outlet. Each of the USB ports have been specially designed to provide the perfect amount of charging power for an Apple Watch and iPhone, making sure that your mobile devices are ready to face a brand new day with you each morning as you awake from a good night’s rest. Specially designed to accommodate all watch bands, the WatchStand Powered Charging Station will be able to charge the Apple Watch securely at any orientation, and with an asking price of $59.99, it is definitely worth a look.

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