Earlier this month, my pal Jeff Richardson over at iPhoneJD posted a comprehensive review of the Spigen, an Apple Watch Night Stand.
I had been intrigued by the idea of an Apple watch stand, but hadn’t found one I really liked (Elevation Lab’s Night Stand was probably my favorite thus far) and really didn’t want to spend $30 or more on a stand. For the past couple of months I’ve simply been keeping my Apple Watch in a catchall tray on my nightstand and secured the cable behind my nightstand with a cable holder so it wouldn’t slip away and that solution has worked well for me.
Still, the idea of a stand intrigued me, especially one that could be used with the upcoming “nightstand” mode in watchOS 2.0 and for $10.99 on Amazon, I was willing to give the Spigen a try.
I suggest you read Jeff’s review for more information. My short version is, the Spigen worked for me. While it’s not the most glamorous Apple watch stand, and is somewhat inexpensively made, it solves a problem and significantly reduced the clutter on my nightstand.