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BigMcGuire

macrumors G3
Jan 10, 2012
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the Alpha Quadrant
I had the old generation Nomad Apple Watch charger. I believe it was 5,000 mAh but it allowed me to charge my watch a handful of times before running out of power (not from empty).

It was handy when power wasn't available. For whatever reason, power bricks don't like the Apple Watch charging cable.

Was the one in the above link able to fully charge your watch at least a few times?
 

chiefs1968

macrumors regular
Original poster
Feb 27, 2016
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don't know but I will have to check that out
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1000 Mah....so I doubt it but hey for $14.00 it's not bad
 

kitenski

macrumors 6502
Jan 30, 2008
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Leeds, UK
How many hours did the AW get running WOD before you had to charge? Was it connected to your iPhone? I'm hoping to do a 7-8 hour hike in May and am hopeful if I have the watch connected to the phone it should just about last! I did 7 hours skiing using Ski Tracks and the watch was still at 50% battery.
 

eclipse01

macrumors 68030
May 16, 2011
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Eau Claire, WI
I wish they had one that had a usb port too to charge your cell phone, yes i know that would depleate it a lot faster but it would still be nice to have the option.
 

MacGarage

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Jun 18, 2017
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Ohio
I wish they had one that had a usb port too to charge your cell phone, yes i know that would depleate it a lot faster but it would still be nice to have the option.

I have been keeping my eye on this one...it does charge a phone and a watch.

It is larger than one of the pocket chargers though. I have had mixed luck with the non-MRI chargers and cables over time.
 
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