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By and large, the Apple Watch has been well received as one of the better looking and most capable smartwatches on the market today. However, a smartwatch doesn’t do you much good if it’s out of battery after taking care of your digital pet. Over at CES 2016 in Las Vegas this week, Griffin has announced a rather simple solution: the Travel Power Bank for Apple Watch.

Griffin is certainly no stranger to a broad range of Apple accessories, so the Travel Power Bank is hardly outside of the company’s wheelhouse. What you get here is a keychain-sized battery pack (there’s even the built-in key loop to further emphasize how you’re supposed to use this) that’s about the size of an extra large USB flash drive. When you find that your Apple Watch is running low on juice, you simply plant it on the Griffin Travel Power Bank and you’re ready to swipe through your notifications once more.

The capacity of the battery pack is rated at 800mAh, which should be enough to recharge your Apple Watch up to four times. Almost ironically, the way you recharge the Travel Power Bank itself is through the included micro-USB cable. In any case, the power bank is expected to become available in Q2 for an MSRP of $69.99. Along with the Travel Power Bank, Griffin also introduced a Trainer Watch Band ($39.99) and an Uptown Leather Band ($59.99) for the Apple Watch too.

Via iPhone in Canada

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