Otterbox launches Premium Pro line of charging accessories

in General Discussion edited August 2022
Otterbox has launched a line of new charging accessories collectively known as Premium Pro Power for homes and offices to power the iPhone and other devices.

Otterbox USB-C Wall Charger - 30W
Otterbox USB-C Wall Charger - 30W

These wall and car chargers come in 72W, 60W, and 30W configurations. The 72W and 60W devices are powerful enough to charge Apple's larger laptops, while the 30W chargers can charge an iPad Air.

The company also says that it can charge an iPhone 13 Pro to 57% in 30 minutes using the company's USB-C to Lightning cable.

Otterbox Premium Pro cables have been put through rigorous tests, capable of bending and flexing 30,000 times. They include a wrap that magnetically snaps together for organization, as well as securing the cable to desks and tables.

There are a variety of other charging options in the Premium Pro line that includes stands, wall chargers, and car chargers.

Otterbox Premium Pro Accessories

Here are a few examples of Premium Pro chargers. They're made with gallium nitride (GaN) technology to offer fast charging in a small footprint.

  • Lightning to USB-C Cable - $34.95

  • 72W USB-C Car Charger - $59.95

  • 30W USB-C Wall Charger - $34.95

  • 60W USB-C Wall Charger - $59.95

  • 30W Lightning to USB-C Car Charging Kit - $44.95

MagSafe stands

In addition to the Premium Pro line, Otterbox has a 3-in-1 MagSafe stand that includes a built-in Apple Watch fast charger. The 15W MagSafe charger powers a compatible iPhone, while the Qi wireless charger at the bottom is great for compatible AirPods. It will be available for $149.95.

The 3-in-1 MagSafe stand comes with a 36W wall charger and a two-meter USB-C cable.

Another 15W MagSafe charging stand will be available for $99.95 to charge compatible iPhones. This single stand comes with a 20W wall charger and a two-meter USB-C cable.

The Premium Pro accessories, as well as the MagSafe stands, will be launching in the near future. There is an option to sign up for an email when they are available to purchase.

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  • Reply 1 of 2
    tedz98tedz98 Posts: 80member
    It would be nice if there was an emphasis placed on energy efficiency and not just power output. The author should be asking these vendors to supply efficiency ratings with their products otherwise articles won’t be published about their new devices.
  • Reply 2 of 2
    entropysentropys Posts: 4,212member
    Indeed, who would know what the power consumption of a 20W charger might be. 

    Or what an iPhone might consume while charging.
    edited August 2022
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