The OtterBox has launched a new wireless portable, stackable charging base called OtterSpot. Basically, it’s a wireless charging system, and each layer of the OtterSpot is a portable 5,000mAh capacity battery. Moreover with its own Qi charging coil and support for USB-C wired charging. The charging base is designed to be stackable, it means it allows you to pile up to three puck-like OtterBox Wireless Charging Batteries and a device on top of it and charges all of them at once.
While, coming to the price, it costs $129.99 and it ships with a charging base and one wireless charging battery. Besides that, each additional battery costs $69.95.
OtterSpot Charging Base
Other than these charges, OtterBox is also offering a Wireless Charging Pad, $49.95, and a Charging Stand, $59.95. The charging devices will work with Qi-enabled phones like the iPhone XS, Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel 3 and others.
Since Apple canceled AirPower, there has not been an innovation but OtterBox seems to change the trend. It comes up with new modular wireless charging system for iPhone and other Qi-enabled devices. While it doesn’t offer multi-device charging in the way that AirPower was shooting for, it offers what looks like a sharp experience by blending a home wireless charger with wireless portable chargers that stack and juice up all in one place.
Most of people are interested in wireless charging and since plenty of popular phone models support Qi charging, like the iPhone XS, Samsung Galaxy S10, Google Pixel 3, LG G8 ThinQ, and others. However, it’s something most people only do at home or at the office, due to the fact that most chargers require a wall adapter to get the fastest charging speeds. OtterSpot aims to solve this by allowing each battery to charge at 10W speeds, if your device supports it.