Momax power station packs 6 ports, 100W of power and wireless charging


Not only does it have 6 ports, it offers fast wireless charging, too.
This portable power bank will keep all your Apple gear humming.
Photo: Momax

It’s a total drag when your iPhone, iPad or other device runs low on power and you don’t have a way to charge it — or your charger is old and slow but you don’t have much time. That’s when the new Momax 100W 6-Port Charging Station comes in super handy.

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The charging station’s name pretty much says it all, minus one crucial feature. Not only does it deliver a blistering 100 watts of power via six convenient USB-C and USB-A ports, it can fast-charge wirelessly. You just lay your iPhone or other Qi-enabled device on top of the station for that. Plus, it’s reasonably priced — and Cult of Mac readers can knock 30% off the normal price with the discount code below.

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Momax 100W 6-Port Charging Station

Momax’s sleek 100W 6-Port Charging Station offers all you need to keep your gadgets going, whether that’s an iPhone, an iPad, an AirPods charging case or some other device — up to seven at once.

The power station provides potent power-ups via a half-dozen ports as well as fast wireless charging by laying a Qi-enabled device on top of the station.

Top 5 features

The power station's ports vary in wattage by how many devices are charging. Shown here is each port's maximum power when one device is charging.
The power station’s ports vary in wattage by how many devices are charging. Shown here is each port’s maximum power when one device is charging.
Photo: Momax

Check out the top five features that make Momax’s power station an indispensable accessory for all your charging needs:

  1. 100 watts of high-speed charging. Momax’s portable charging station supports up to 100W USB-C single output and 95W total output. Featuring four PD 3.0 USB-C and two QC 3.0 USB-A ports, it can charge up to six devices simultaneously to meet the charging needs of your whole family.
  2. Wireless fast charging, too. In addition to the multiport wired output, the charger offers 15W of wireless fast charging (that’s double the speed many chargers offer). You can simply place your Qi-compatible device, like an iPhone, on the flat surface on top of the station for charging. No need to find and plug in a charging cable.
  3. GaN power in a compact package. Thanks to Momax’s advanced GaN technology, the charging station concentrates 100W of power into a sleek, compact size. Enhanced heat dissipation helps make the power station great for charging at home, the office, parties, school, while traveling and in other scenarios.
  4. Safety first. The multiport charger intelligently detects and distributes current to ensure safe charging. Made of high-quality materials, it is not only durable, it can withstand a temperature of 120 degrees. It also features built-in protection against short circuits, overcharging and overheating.
  5. Broad compatibility. Momax’s 7-in-1 USB charging station is compatible with a wide range of devices. They include the following:
  • iPhone series 14 and 13 handsets
  • iPad Pro (12.9 inch/11 inch)
  • MacBook Pro (14 inch/13 inch)
  • Samsung S22/S22+/S22 Ultra
  • Switch·MagSafe charger

Cult of Mac readers get a 10% discount

Right now, Cult of Mac readers can take advantage of two discounts to get a great deal on the Momax 100W 6-Port Charging Station. First, clip the 10% off coupon on Amazon. Then, use code 20CULTOFMAC to save an extra 20%. That drops the normal price of $69.99 down to just $48.99.

Where to buy: Amazon

Note: We originally published this post on January 25, 2023. We updated it with new pricing information.


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