Tylt Unveils Award Winning Mobile Charging Accessories #CES2015


This past week during CES 2015, Tylt – leader in mobile accessories – debuted a few more awesome mobile charging accessories. We got a chance to check them out at Pepcom, so check out some photos and more information below!

Energi Sliding Power Case for iPhone 6/6 Plus – $99.99

The Energi sliding case for iPhone 6/6 Plus is one of the nicer charging cases out there. It manages to be slim and compact even with a battery pack, and it has a nice finish/feel to it. It has two pieces, a sleeve that goes over the phone and the battery sleeve that slides right on top. When your phone is fully charged you can slide that battery portion right off. It’s equipped with a 3200mAh battery. Available for pre-order now on Tylt’s website. Shipping beginning January 25th, 2015.

VU Wireless Charging Car Mount – $79.99

The VU wireless charging car mount (CES 2015 Innovation Awards Honoree) is cool and handy. All you have to do is place the device on the mount and you can charge up – hands free! It has an additional USB port for charging a second device. The mount will hold devices up to 6″ and rotates 180 degrees. Also included is a suction cup if you wish to stick it on the dashboard or window. That cup works pretty well as it was demonstrated attached to a plate that did not detach when lifted. Available soon on Tylt’s website.


VU Solo – $39.99

VU Solo is another device used for wireless charging, but as a desktop or traveling companion. It is powered by micro-usb. Use the alignment ledge to match up with the coils to line up your device to initiate charging. Ideal for Qi-enabled phones like the the Google Nexus 6 or Lumia 830. Also another CES 2015 Innovation Awards Honoree. Available on Tylt’s website soon.


BAND – Silicone Watch Band for Moto 360 – $29.99

Tylt has also created silicone bands for the popular Moto 360. They have a nice feel, classy stainless steel clasp and are very decently priced. It comes in black, purple, olive, and blue. Available on Tylt’s website soon.


Full release HERE.