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Belkin today announced the launch of an upgraded Boostcharge Pro 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand that's designed for the iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods. Compared to the prior-generation model, the new 3-in-1 charger features fast charging support for the Apple Watch Series 7.

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The upgraded Apple Watch charging puck is able to charge an Apple Watch Series 7 from 0 to 80 percent in approximately 45 minutes, which is the same charging speed as the charging puck that ships with the Series 7 models. Faster charging is a Series 7 exclusive feature, with older Apple Watch models charging at standard speeds.

The included MagSafe charging puck is able to charge Apple's MagSafe iPhones at up to 15W as it is using the same MagSafe charging technology as Apple's own MagSafe chargers. Along with Apple Watch and iPhone chargers, the Belkin 3-in-1 charger also has a 5W charing space for the AirPods Pro and AirPods with Wireless Charging Case.

Belkin is including a 40W power adapter with the Boostcharge Pro 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand, and it can be pre-ordered from the Belkin website as of today for $150. Apple retail stores will begin carrying the charger starting in June.

Article Link: Belkin Launches Upgraded 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand That Fast Charges Apple Watch Series 7
 
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clumsythief83

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Is this the best 3 in 1 charger?
I'm still looking for the best 3 in one charger with magsafe (if possible) and that is foldable. Does such thing exist?
I'm from Canada
 

Joe Mac User

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Since I'm still using my iPhone XR, this does me no good. I seem out of luck to get something that will Fast Charge my Series 7 Watch and also still charge the XR. I'm a bit surprised Apple hasn't updated the MagSafe Duo yet.
 

Obioban

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I have the original and it's pretty great.

If they updated the airpods charger to have a magsafe ring, I'd upgrade-- my only issue is that if I'm not careful with the airpods location when I drop them on the Qi charger, they fail to charge all night. A magsafe ring would address that (I don't even care if it's an actual magsafe charger)
 

BeatCrazy

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Why are these things so expensive? $150 for a charger? FOH.
This Belkin one uses a lot of metal, and very solid plastics. Literally looks and feels like it was made by Apple. It includes the charging brick, which I imagine is more reliable than the plethora of re-badged bricks on Amazon. It has Apple-approved MagSafe for both the iPhone and watch charger. Those are like $40/$30 each directly from Apple.

Most importantly, it's very reliable. I don't have unplug to reset it, every time I use any of the 3 chargers, my devices begin to charge every single time.
 

Mactagonist

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I have the original, no real complaints beyond how expensive it was to buy one for each side of the bed in each property.

And the watch can kinda, rotate around while charging so it isn't straight. Just an aesthetic complaint though.
 

fwmireault

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Since I'm still using my iPhone XR, this does me no good. I seem out of luck to get something that will Fast Charge my Series 7 Watch and also still charge the XR. I'm a bit surprised Apple hasn't updated the MagSafe Duo yet.
Belkin makes an other 3-in-1 charger that supports fast charging on AW7, which is a mat. It should be fine to charge your XR on the MagSafe puck, because it is flat
 

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That’s pretty slick looking. And Belkin has a good name for itself, but I do suspect that this product is probably just for the tech nerds who really want an all-in-one for $150.00.

Specifically what I like most about this, is the floating design with the iPhone and Apple Watch -versus- just the ‘lay flat’ design.
 
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