It was announced in Computex Taipei 2017 and will be retailing for US$44 (S$61).
Bought the Energea Travelite 34W 5V/6.8A 4-Port Wall Charger for S$59 (S$53.10 after 10% member’s discount) at Bugis Junction’s Challenger.
This is a 4-port charger that is capable of a combined output of 6.8A. Two ports have a max output of 1A each, and the other two ports have a max output of 2.4A each.
Belkin Valet – Charge Dock for Apple Watch & iPhone is an exclusive item available to Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. It is retailing for S$194 in Singapore and is available in three colors, Silver, Rose Gold and Black. If I am not wrong, Rose Gold and Black might be an Apple Online Store exclusive.
It is expensive for a dock, and I will probably not get it unless it is an impulse buy, which is what I did.
Bought the Energea Amp Charger 17W 5V/3.4A 2-Port Wall Charger for S$26.90 (S$24.21 after 10% member’s discount) at Bugis Junction’s Challenger.
I am surprise that Challenger’s online store, Hachi.tech, is selling it more expensive at S$35.10, excluding a 5% rebate.
I backed the Flip British Plug on Kickstarter on 22nd November 2015. The project was funded on 18th December 2015 after raising a total of £28,115 out of their initial goal of £15,000 from 1,140 backers.
I chose the £14 reward level and shipping to Singapore cost another £5. So in total, I paid £19 (S$38).
Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock is retailing for S$118 in Singapore but I got mine in Bangkok, Thailand, from iStudio at Siam Paragon for TH฿3,300 (S$131). It is S$13 more expensive than Singapore. Even after the VAT refund of ฿215 (S$8.50), it is still more expensive.
The Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock is smaller (measuring at 10.4cm in diameter) and much heavier than I expected (weighing at 154g).
Bought the Google Universal 22.5W Dual Port USB Type-C Charger together with the Google USB Type-C to USB Standard-A Plug Cable for US$39.99 (S$57) and got it to ship through HopShopGo.
This is probably the only trustable USB Type-C Charger that I can find which has more than one USB Type-C port and is reasonably priced. Besides the charger, it also comes with a 1.8m USB Type-C to Type-C cable (USB 2.0 speed) which itself already cost US$19.99 (S$29).
The Belkin Road Rockstar is available at all 34 outlets of Challenger and Lazada at a recommended retail price of S$79.
OctoFire 96W/19.2A 8-Port USB 3.0 Hub/Charger was launched on Kickstarter early this year on 27th January 2015. After raising a total of US$115,414 out of their initial goal of US$20,000 from a total of 1,270 backers, it was funded on 26th February 2015.
I was one of their “Super Early Bird” backer and hence I paid US$59 (S$85) for it with an additional US$15 (S$21) for shipping to Singapore. In total, I paid US$74 (S$106) for it.
The Choetech 60W 6-Port Desktop USB Charger is retailing for US$29.99 (S$43). It is a 6-Port USB charger that includes two Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 ports.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 enables you to charge devices that supports Qualcomm Quick Charge up to 75% faster. Most Qualcomm Snapdragon devices like Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, Note 5/Note Edge, Nexus 6, HTC M8/M9, supports Qualcomm Quick Charge.