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charge your apple watch on the go with this $20 keychain

Apple released its latest smartwatches earlier this month, but the most surprising of these may have been the Apple Watch Ultra, which has a larger, more durable body and longer battery life. It’s also quite pricey at $799, so if you have a tighter budget, you’ll have to sacrifice some runtime to get your hands on one of these wearables.

That shouldn’t be a problem if you carry a power bank with you regularly, but even those can be quite bulky depending on their capacity. Alternatively, this wireless Apple Watch-compatible charger keychain can support your smartwatch when its battery is low and easily slips into your pocket. Best of all, it’s on sale for $20.

This Apple Watch keychain charger by Go Gadgets features a slim, portable design measuring three inches long and half an inch thick. It’s compatible with every Apple Watch series, not just the latest models. There’s also a strap on one end allowing you to hook the device to your keyring, carabiner or zipper straps.

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To charge your Apple Watch, simply attach it on the keychain’s magnetic base and hold the power button for three seconds — no wires necessary. The magnets should be strong enough to keep your Apple Watch in place, but you can also keep your straps secured to wrap them around the charger for extra support. The charger contains a 950mAh battery, and four LED light indicators illustrate how much juice the device has left.

According to Go Gadgets, the charger offers overheat, over-current, over-voltage and short circuit protection to keep your Apple Watch safe. You can power up the battery via micro-USB, and if you find yourself in a pinch, both the charger and your smartwatch can be recharged simultaneously.

Apple Watches offer impressive battery life considering their size, but they won’t run perpetually. With the Go Gadgets wireless Apple Watch keychain charger, you can power up your smartwatch without being tethered to an outlet. Purchase one today for $20 or 59 percent off.

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