With CES 2016 officially kicking off later this week in Las Vegas, Griffin is starting out the new year by introducing a whole host of new accessories for the Apple Watch, iPhone, and more.
A bevy of new Apple Watch accessories
First up, the company has unveiled a trio of great companions for Apple’s wearable device. Most impressively, the pictured Travel Power Bank can fit on your keychain and can provide up to four full charges of an Apple Watch. It will retail for $69.99 and be available sometime during the second quarter of this year.
The Uptown Leather Band is designed only for the 38mm watch and wraps around your wrist twice. A buckle and floating keeper can adjust to a number of different wrist sizes. It will be available in four different color combinations in the third quarter of 2016 and retail for $59.99.
Made for the 42mm watch, Trainer Watch Band is made with sweat-proof silicone and is highlighted by a stainless steel lug. It will retail for $39.99 and make an appearance sometime in the third quarter. Buyers can select from a black, white, red, or blue version.
More power to the iPhone
Anyone using Griffin’s popular Survivor or Summit case for their iPhone should also be happy to hear that the company has unveiled three different mounting solutions. As the name suggests, the Survivor Armband is perfect for keeping your iPhone protected while on a run.
While on the go, users can also take advantage of the Survivor Universal Bar Mount and Survivor Windshield Mount. The bar mount is made for motorcycles or bicycles while the windshield version is designed for most any other vehicle.
All three will retail for $39.99 each and arrive this month.
Another nice addition for any traveler is the Survivor Power Bank. The 10,200mAH cell can charge an iPhone 6s Plus up to three times or provide one full charge of an iPad Air 2. It is also designed to withstand drops of up to 6.6 feet and protect from water and dust. It will be available during the second quarter and retail for $59.99.
A slim case for the iPad Pro and more
Another addition to the Survivor line is the Slim Case for the iPad Pro. Offering a built-in screen protector and kickstand, it can also be used with Apple’s Smart Keyboard. A special storage grip on the back of the case can hold an Apple Pencil.
It should land sometime this month and be available in a number of different color schemes. Retail price is $89.99.
Finally, the company is also jumping into the bag market with a Survivor Backpack and Survivor Briefcase. The backpack is designed to protect your belongings from a 6-foot drop while the briefcase provides protection from up to 4-foot mishaps.
The backpack is $225.99 and will land this month while the briefcase should arrive in February and cost $189.99. The main compartment of both bags lie completely flat so you shouldn’t have to remove your laptop when going through airport security.
For other recent accessory news and reviews, see: Keep track of your loved ones, young or elderly, with Orbi, AppAdvice’s top 10 accessories of 2015, and Protect your Siri Remote with the Griffin Survivor Play.