Watch Dock Review: Travel Stand from Moshi Is Compact & Stylish

Apple has its $79 dock for the Apple Watch, but an equally stylish and more affordable option is the Travel Stand ($34.95) from Moshi. While you have to add your own Apple Watch charging cable, once you do, you'll have a more cost-effective option that can travel easily or look great on your nightstand.

In fact, thanks to the folding design, it will accommodate the Apple Watch's Nightstand Mode, as well as any watch band you might have. The device is lightweight thanks to the aluminum construction and it has rubber on the base for gripping and a textured polymer surface.

Remember that no charger or battery pack is included and it is only sold in one color choice (white with silver) but it's a stylish look that will give Apple a run for its money.

Pros

  • Lightweight, foldable for travel
  • Aluminum and rubber accents
  • Supports Nightstand Mode
  • Accommodates all watch bands

Cons

  • No charger included
  • One color choice (white with silver)

Final Verdict

Whether you travel or not, the Travel Stand from Moshi is a nice way to charge and display your Apple Watch. 

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