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Griffin launches its first Apple Watch accessory, the WatchStand dock

Griffin WatchStand charging and display dock for Apple Watch smartwatches
Griffin WatchStand
This charging & display dock is compatible with all Apple Watch versions currently on the market and can be already purchased for $29.99 USD.

Creator of multiple award-winning mobile accessories, Griffin Technology announced earlier this week the availability of its first accessory for the Apple Watch smartwatch, namely the WatchStand. According to the official press release, "This simple yet elegant charging dock provides an effortless, safe and secure place to display and charge Apple Watch when it’s not being worn."

Griffin WatchStand can accommodate both semi-flexible and fully flexible bands, so any Apple Watch can be displayed and charged horizontally or vertically, thus providing a perfect view. The user just needs to lay the smartwatch against the angled cradle so the cable connector can snap itself in position and begin charging.

The Griffin WatchStand weighs 1.125 pounds, measures 7.87X5.5X3.15 inches and features a non-slip base and no-scratch padding that hold it in place. This accessory also has a molded base capable to hold an iPhone angled for easy viewing. It can be purchased directly from Griffin's online store for $29.99 USD.

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Codrut Nistor, 2015-04-30 (Update: 2015-04-30)
Codrut Nistor
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