Thursday , September 20 2018 Ausdroid » News » Ninety7 battery bases for Google Home and Amazon Echo Dot available in more places


Accessory maker Ninety7 has made inroads into the Australian market with the Loft battery base for Google Home, but has today announced they’ve expanded their Australian offerings to include the Vaux and Dox for the Amazon Echo Dot, and made all three available to buy at Australian retailers.

From today, you can now purchase the three products from David Jones, Nimbull Smart Home, Gadgets Boutique, TechBuy, PICA Australia and Amazon.

The Dox rechargeable battery for the Amazon Echo Dot which gives you 10-hours of portable use for $59.99 AUD. Like the rest of the range, four LED indicators tell you how much battery you have left.

Also available is the Vaux for the Echo Dot, which adds six hours of unplugged use and enhanced audio quality to the smart speaker for just $89.99 AUD. The Vaux is available in either Carbon or Ash colour options depending on your style.

We’ve already looked at the Loft, which adds a portable battery offering up to 8-hours of battery life to Google Home which is available in Carbon Black, Snow White and Copper for $79.99 AUD.

Speaking about the broader availability, Kevin Brennan, co-founder & CEO of Ninety7 said

Consumers across Australia can now enjoy real portability with their Google Home and Amazon Echo Dot thanks to LOFT, VAUX and DOX. Our products allow users to untether from the electrical outlet while enjoying portability in a premium, well-designed product and Ninety7 is proud to partner with leading stores and online outlets to bring these innovative products to Australians.

In case you missed it, Scott took a look at the Loft portable battery for Google Home and found it quite the helpful accessory. If you want to check out the Loft, Vaux or Dox, you can head to the Ninety7 website, or check out the Australian resellers.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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Hey Dan, is the dox compatible with Google home mini?

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