There is no doubt that the Apple Watch is one of the best “smart” watches on the market for its health functions, the reliability of the heart rate sensor and its catalog of applications. However, it has one outstanding issue that Apple hasn’t yet been able to fix: battery life.
The day and a half or two that its battery usually lasts per charge is insufficient compared to alternatives such as Huawei’s and its up to 14 days of battery life, as in the case of the new Watch GT 3 (with HarmonyOS, app store and a fairly accurate heart rate sensor, similar to that of the Apple Watch).
Although Apple introduced faster charging in the Series 7 so it doesn’t have to spend so much time separated from our wrist, we hope the company further optimizes watchOS or introduces larger batteries so that it lasts a little longer without going through the charger. . In the meantime, we offer five power banks designed for Apple Watch with which we do not have to worry that it “dies”.
279mAh | 341mAh
225mAh | 292mAh
245mAh | 296mAh
265.9mAh | 303.8mAh
284mAh | 309mAh
Power Banks for Apple Watch
iWALK Apple Watch Portable Charger
We start the selection with a large capacity external battery, the iWALK (49.99 euros). With a battery life of 9,000 mAh, you can charge an Apple Watch about 20 times. However, you can also connect a cable and charge an iPhone or iPad. It has an approximate weight of 400 grams and dimensions of 14.1 x 10.3 x 4.2 cm.
iWALK Apple Watch Portable Charger, 9000mAh Power Bank with Cable, Apple Watch and Phone Charger, Compatible with Apple Watch Series 6/Se/5/4/3/2, iPhone 12/12 mini/11/Xr/Xs/ X /7 /6s, Black
Belkin 2K Boost Charge
Another external battery with which to prevent our Apple Watch from running out of power is the Belkin Boost Charge 2K (47.50 euros). This model is capable of providing up to 63 additional hours with its 2000 mAh. It’s MFi-certified, so device compatibility and proper operation are assured.
Belkin 2K Boost Charge External Battery for Apple Watch, MFi Certified Portable Charger/Power Bank for Apple Watch SE, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1
We continue with another fairly complete model, because this one is able to recharge the battery of the Apple Watch and more devices at the same time. The Satechi Quatro (99.99 euros), with a capacity of 10,000 mAh and an elegant and minimalist design, is compatible with Apple Watch, iPhone and AirPods. It comes with a Qi charger, an 18W USB-C PD, and an extra USB-A. It has LED lights that indicate the charge level of the power bank.
SATECHI Quatro Wireless Power Bank – 10000mAh Portable Charger – Compatible with iPhone 13 Pro Max/13 Pro/13 Mini/13, Apple Watch Series 7/6/5/4/3/2/1, AirPods Pro
Prestigio Graphene PD PRO Watch
Another external battery that has a basis for the Apple Watch is the Prestige Graphene PD Pro Watch (99.00 euros). With a capacity of 20,000 mAh, it has two USB-A, USB-C ports and a Qi base to charge up to five devices simultaneously. It is compatible with QuickCharge 3.0 and PD. The power bank fully charges in 100 minutes and has built-in LEDs that indicate the charge level.
Prestigio – Graphene PD Pro Watch Wireless Powerbank 20000 mAh – Power Bank, Portable Fast Charger 3.0 Quick Charge, Qi Wireless Charging for iPhone, Apple Watch, USB-A & USB-C, gray
Newdery Portable Charger for Apple Watch
For those who want a simple solution just for the Apple Watch, Newdery’s proposal (26.99 euros) has 4,000 mAh, which allows the device to be charged about three times. The power bank fully charges in 3.5 hours.
Newdery Wireless Charger for Apple Watch, 4000mAh Portable Magnetic Charger for iWatch, Power Bank for Apple Watch Series 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Se, 45/44/42/41/40/38mm
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