We've been using a similar product for several years and its become an essential in our travel pack.
This is a versatile little product, that neatly fits in a pocket or purse, and because this charger is battery powered, it is ideal for when you travel.
It features a 3000mAh battery that will charge your Apple Watch .... and more!
The HomeKit Australia wireless charger includes a USB port for charging and a USB to USB-C cable for recharging. You can use the included USB to USB-C cable for charging Android and Apple devices that use USB-C. That means you can repower the charger or you can attach a USB to Lightning cable and you can also charge your iPhone or iPad (Lightning connector models) at the same time as you charge your Apple Watch. The charger employs the latest technology charging and discharging silicon that allows two way output.
Just press the power button on the rear of the charger to activate Apple Watch charging. Then you can charge your Apple Watch, iPhone or iPad multiple times before you need to repower the portable charger.
Charging time depends on the current charge level of your Apple Watch but expect the same recharge time from this portable Apple Watch charger as you would receive from your Apple Watch puck, plugged into an AC charger.
We've been using an older (and bulkier) Belkin product like this, for years. Try it and you won't go back to cables and pucks for AC powered chargers. The portable charger is only 110mm "small" and is available in white to match your other Apple accessories. HomeKit Australia manufacturing partner has been in this business for 15 years and hold a string of wireless charging patents.
All of our charging solutions have been selected for quality, not for the cheapest price. An example of the difference with this and "cheapie" products is the use of fireproof and flame retardant materials. Our product listing photos even show you the deconstructed portable charger.
The internal lithium battery is discharged to prepare for air freight, so you will need to charge this unit prior to its first use.