Tesla Unveils Phone Battery Pack, Mimics Design of Supercharger Monument


So far, Tesla has had quite a big week with the launch of its new super fast Roadster and its new electric semi truck.

Along with all of this exciting news, the company also launched a portable Tesla-themed battery pack that can charge iPhones, iPads, or any device that takes a microUSB.

The 3,350mAh battery pack is modelled after Tesla’s Supercharger monument at the Tesla Design Studio, which you’d probably recognize if you live and breathe the Tesla lifestyle. The battery pack costs $45 and is available directly on the company’s website.

Tesla also sells a desktop Supercharger that features a full size USB port for charging any device. This model also costs $45 and, as you may have guessed, also seems to be selling out very quickly.

[via Engadget]


  • sukisszoze

    No way?!?..I don’t have to pay $1 to reserve one!!

  • johnnygoodface

    Doesn’t ship to Canada 🙁

  • milfou

    Umm USB type C? Tesla you couple of years behind?

  • Léon

    It’s also available on Tesla’s Canadian website for $60

  • Shawn Rouse

    Thanks for pointing that out!

  • Guillaume Steinmetz

    Only 3,350mAh? That’s surprising. I just bought a 10,000mAh battery pack on Amazon for $30…

  • Jake

    Yeah, seems like pointless given what options are out there already.

  • Dingleberry

    Porsche sells an 8GB USB 2.0 dongle in the shape of 918 Sypder for $73, you got any useless comparisons for that too?

  • Guillaume Steinmetz

    No need to get so angry, take a deep breath and relax ?
    If you think design only justifies the price difference, I respect your point of view.