Mophie Snap+ Powerstation Stand REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
4 min readNov 30, 2021

A great charger includes unique special features.

One of my favorite features of the newest iPhone models is the MagSafe charging ability. I hate it when I put my phone on a wireless charger and it doesn’t end up charging because the charging coils don’t line up. The MagSafe feature ensures that the phone connects with the charging coil exactly so that it always charges. I love portable batteries also take advantage of magnetic charging and I was particularly excited to learn about the Snap+ Powerstation Stand from Mophie.

DETAILS

The Snap+ Powerstation Stand is a magnetic, portable wireless battery. It’s compatible with MagSafe charging (but not MagSafe accessories) and has a 10,000 mAh internal battery. It’s designed to be used with iPhone 12 models, iPhone 13 models, and Qi-enabled devices. The iPhone can continue being used while charging and users can utilize landscape or portrait mode. The battery has a tripod socket (standard 1/4 inch — 20 threads/square inch) for added stability during video calls, streaming, or content creation. The stand is adjustable and can be folded onto the battery when not in use. The magnetic array ensures that a device is placed correctly every time. The battery recharges with a USB-C port. A snap adapter is included.

USER EXPERIENCE

The Snap+ Powerstation Stand comes in a standard Mophie retail package. The box is mostly white with black lettering. There is an image of the product on the front and some details of the product. The back of the box has additional features of the charger including additional images. When you open the box, you will reveal the battery inside a cardboard sleeve along with the quick start guide, the snap+ adapter ring, and a USB-C charging cable. The battery doesn’t require any setup or assembly. My battery had 50% power out of the box and while I would normally recommend charging any power bank to 100% before using it, I decided to test its charging capabilities immediately.

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