If you’re looking for a couple of handy USB-C chargers (ones specially suited for iPhone 12 and 13), Belkin offers sleek designs and functionality for both in their current lineup.

BOOST↑CHARGE™ PRO Portable Wireless Charger Pad

BOOST↑CHARGE™ PRO Portable Wireless Charger Pad with MagSafe 15W

This compact iPhone 13/iPhone 12 MagSafe charger sports a pop-up stand so you can look through photos and watch video while charging.


It’s also attached to a 2 meter (6.6.ft) cable with a built-in snap organizer to keep the excess cable length neatly coiled for when you don’t need the full length.


The magnetic attachment works with cases as well (we tested with Apple’s own MagSafe clear case). It’s easy to take the BOOST↑CHARGE™ PRO on travel due to its compact size. An optional 27W 3.0 wall charger completes the picture.


Available in black and white; CAD/USD $59.99 ($79.99 with power supply)

Belkin Wall Charger

BOOST↑CHARGE™ Dual USB-C PD GaN Wall Charger 68W

Gallium nitride (GaN) is a high-performance alternative to the traditional silicon used in charging devices. GaN transistors produce less heat, allowing components to be closer together, which means you get a more compact charger with all the power of a larger one.

BOOST↑CHARGE™ Dual USB-C PD GaN Wall Charger

Belkin’s Dual USB-C GaN wall charger powers one large device or any two devices by sensing when each port is in use and directing optimal power accordingly.

You can use a single port to charge one USB-C device and get up to 60W, or charge a laptop or tablet up to 50W with one port and a smartphone up to 18W with the other. Built-in over-current and over-voltage protection keeps your charger (and connected devices) safe.


You can charge a 15” MacBook Pro from 0–50% in about an hour, or fast-charge an iPhone 8 or later from 0–50% in 30 minutes. This sleek white charger supports a wide range of USB-C compatible devices, from Samsung and Google to MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPad Pro, and iPhone 8 and later models. CAD/USD $54.99

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