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Belkin's Boost Charge Pro 3-in-1 Wireless Charger with MagSafe, which is the first third-party MagSafe-compatible wireless charger, is available for purchase as of today.

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Priced at $140, the Boost Charge Pro MagSafe features an upright MagSafe charger that can accommodate one of Apple's iPhone 12 models, an Apple Watch charging puck, and a flat platform that can be used to charge AirPods or another iPhone.

With its 40W power adapter, the Boost Charge Pro MagSafe can charge an iPhone 12 at up to 15W, while the additional charging spot charges devices at 5W.

Belkin's Boost Charge Pro MagSafe is available in either black or white, and we shared a full review of the charger earlier this week. Belkin initially planned to release the charger in winter 2020, so it has been a bit delayed, but it is available as of today.

The Boost Charge Pro 3-in-1 Wireless Charger with MagSafe can be purchased from the online Apple Store for $140.

Article Link: Belkin's 3-in-1 MagSafe Charger Now Available for Purchase
 

Kylo83

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not worth it, watch can't rotate, get if amazon £25 same thing with design to put the puks in
 
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AmazeSE

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For those who do not travel much this is more worth it than the MagSafe duo because it comes with a 40 watt power adapter and can charge 3 devices while for the MagSafe duo you have to buy a power adapter and it can only charge two devices.
 
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paradox00

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I wish the MagSafe didn't have the magnet. I preferred my third party Qi charger for my 11 Pro Max. I just set it down and picked it up.
So use that instead, or buy some double sided tape for your magsafe charger... While I'm aware there have been some compatibility hiccups, Qi chargers still work. Magsafe is there to unlock new possibilities, not lock out old ones. If magsafe didn't have magnets, it would just be an overpriced Qi charger. I don't know why you'd want that.
 
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toph2toast

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I use an iPhone case so it's unlikely this would work for me. I like the design though

Would a case with MagSafe magnets included fix this so you could still charge it with this? I know some 3rd party cases are offering this so you wouldn't be locked in to just the apple cases.
 
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Yuniverse

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Wow, though it looks tempting, $140+tax =$154 is $100 too much for my blood.
 
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Htsi

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For those who do not travel much this is more worth it than the MagSafe duo because it comes with a 40 watt power adapter and can charge 3 devices while for the MagSafe duo you have to buy a power adapter and it can only charge two devices.
duo for reliability. I will buy this as well, hopefully lasts longer than the mophie 3-1 or previous Belkins. These multi device chargers aren’t all that simple
 
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chasers

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just ordered mine. was going back and forth on different brands on Amazon and none of them met my interests including the previous belkin model. that model didn’t have the wireless charging for the airpod pro.
 
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CR04

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Any idea on when it would be available in Hong Kong or other places in the world? Or will it be available outside US? Have been waiting for this for a long time. Would be a permanent solution to MagSafe. The current Magsafe Duo just don't look that good on my desk, though it is good when I can take it to my office to use.
 
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MareLuce

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Well, I mean it's called "MagSafe" for a reason. ;)

That's not the point. I have same opinion as @Mac Prodigy.

I pick up and put down my phone into a simple Qi wireless charger a million times each day.
(hmm... what's the actual average # that studies report? maybe dozens or hundreds?)

I don't have to pull it off a strong magnet.

In my car I'd appreciate that. In my office, my house, No. Completely unnecessary.
 
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