The official retail price of the Apple Watch Magnetic Fast Charger to USB-C Cable is S$45 and on Apple’s Employee Purchase Plan (EPP) it retails for S$40.66.
Benks Infinity Pro Magnetic iPad Stand is available in three sizes:
Shipping is free to all countries, including Singapore.
Lululook Magnetic iPad Stand is an iPad stand that makes use of the iPad’s internal magnets for mounting. Hence, it is not compatible with every iPad.
It is compatible with all iPad Pro 11″. For iPad Pro 12.9″, it is only compatible from the 3rd generation (2018) onwards. Both variants of the stand retail for US$54.99 (S$73).
MagSafe Charger retails for S$59 or S$53.50 if your company is on Apple’s Employee Purchase Plan (EPP).
MagSafe is a not new invention, Apple has been using MagSafe Power Adapters since 2006 for their MacBooks.
The Apple Watch Magnetic Charger to USB-C Cable is essentially the Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Cable with USB-C connector.
It was launched on 19th October 2018. That date also marks the start of iPhone XR’s pre-order.
KeySmart MagConnect is the latest accessories from KeySmart.
MagConnect is basically a magnetic version of the Quick Disconnect.
Bought the Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Cable when I was in UK for holiday. It cost £25 (S$53) excluding tax refund. I can’t really remember how much the tax refund was, but it is probably the same price in Singapore after deducting the tax refund.
MagicMount is a new magnetic mounting system for conveniently mounting your smartphone, tablet and more. Just hover your device near the cell phone holder’s magnetic surface and it instantly locks securely in place.
My Hong Kong cousin bought it for me in China. In China, it is retailing for CN¥179 and in the US and Canada they are retailing for US$29.99 and CA$29.99 respectively. The price average out to be about S$40. If you are interested in getting this in Singapore, you can get it from Amazon for US$29.99 and they do ship to Singapore directly
In case you are not familiar with the brand Krusell, Krusell is a manufacturer of smartphone and tablet accessories. They are a Swedish company and have been around since 1991. I remember seeing Krusell cases being sold at Singtel shops when my Dad got his first mobile phone back in the 90s.
When the smartphone era came, I didn’t see much of Krusell cases around. But I guess now they are back.