Belkin Connected Equipment Warranty, which will repair or replace devices connected to the charger that suffer electrically-caused damage, up to a value of $2,500.
GadgetGuy’s take – Belkin BOOST CHARGE Power Bank 2K is expensive but could be handy
Expensive is in the eye of the beholder. A genuine 5W Apple watch Magnetic charging Qi dock is $129 and seems to suffer from similarly slow charge speeds.
Even the genuine USB-A to watch charge pad is $45 but delivers better efficiency.
Here, you have a micro-USB chargeable power bank that at a pinch replaces the watch charger. Yes, it would have been better with Lightning or USB-C PD, but it does need it – micro-USB is fine.
On that point, you could also just use a standard or USB-PD power bank and the genuine cable and achieve a similar outcome.
Our tests do not quite live up to the hype, but it is well-made and fit for purpose and maybe a very convenient second charger for travel or those that use the Apple Watch battery faster.