UGREEN Apple Watch Charger Review

REVIEW – I have a lot of phone chargers, but I only have one charger for my wife’s Apple Watch. When I saw this item I knew I needed it to go in our travel bag!

What is it?

The UGREEN Charger for Apple Watch is a portable charger designed specifically for the Apple Watch.

What’s in the box?

  • Charger
  • Anti-Slip Band

Hardware specs

  • USB Charging
  • MFi certified

Design and features

Have you ever gone on a trip and forgot your device charger? I have, and that’s why I now have dedicated phone chargers that always stay in my travel bags. However, on a recent trip, we realized that we didn’t have one for my wife’s Apple Watch.

Not long after that, the UGREEN Charger for Apple Watch review came along and I scooped it up to put in our travel bag.

The UGREEN Charger for Apple Watch is pretty simple. It has a USB plug on one end, and the magnetic surface for the watch to charge on. The USB plug can be plugged into just about any USB port just as it is, or used with a USB extension cord (not included).

The charger also features a silicone anti-slip band that has a little shelf-like area that keeps the watch from slipping off if it’s used in a vertical position, which may come in handy in hotels that have USB ports in the lamps next to the bed.

Offering fast original charging speed, the UGREEN Charger only takes 2 hours to fully charge your watch. It’s compatible with all sizes of Apple Watch series 1 through 4.

One of the things I really like is the ability to use this charger with a power bank without extra cables. It also features a lanyard that allows you to clip or tie it to your travel bag, key chain, or purse. I also like that it has a little cover for the USB plug end to keep the plug free of dust and debris while in your pocket or travel bag.

What I like

  • Anti-Slip band for vertical use
  • Works just as it should

What I’d change

  • Nothing I can think of

Final thoughts

Whether you’re using this as a secondary charger around the house or as a travel charger, it simply works just as well as the original Apple charger. With no cords to tangle, charging your watch on the go is simply as easy as it gets. It’s definitely refreshing to get a product that does exactly what it should and does it well.

Price: $39.99
Where to buy: Amazon
Source: The sample of this product was provided by UGREEN.

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UGREEN Apple Watch Charger Review originally appeared on The Gadgeteer on July 15, 2019 at 11:00 am.

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