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MOS Reach C
MOS Reach C
MOS Reach C
MOS Reach C
MOS Reach C

MOS | Reach C

The MOS Reach C is the power extension solution for stationary charging or on the go. The Reach C extends from one power outlet to three USB-A ports and one USB-C 60W PD 2.0 port. It is a great add-on for the MOS Pack, or as a standalone desktop charging station.


  • USB-C Output: 5/9/12/15/20V, 3A
  • USB-C Power Delivery: PD 2.0
  • USB-A Output: 5V 2.4A
  • Cable Length: 4ft.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Good ++++

Best backpack in the world

Love this backpack

Love this backpack- for all the reasons everyone else has commented on: 1) great looking design; 2) orange lining; 3) water proof bottle holder with blue markings on the zipper pull to indicate it is the water holder; 4) good protection for electronics; 5) sturdy construction.

Only change I would make is the include a side hole on the computer section to feed the charger cord through so it doesn't have to loop over the top.

I showed to a friend- he's purchased one too. I'll continue to be a word of mouth advocate!


I had it before since I got it with the book bag but the cable broke from so much use so I bought a new one

It's a USB C Power Adapter

So far, it has worked perfectly fine, and performed as expected. It charges my Latitude 5495 and my LG V20. I've tried it with a 1.5ft Anker Thunderbolt 3/USB C 100W cable, as well as a 6ft Anker USB C (2.0) 60w cable, and it charges my laptop at the full 60w the adapter is rated for. No complaints at all; it is a USB C power adapter, and it does what it says on the box. It does NOT come with any USB cables (USB A, Micro, or USB C).

It comes in an orange box with black foam inside. Easy to open. It connects to the wall via a removable figure-8 power cable (IEC C7/C8 non-polarized). The power cable comes with a nice little velcro strap to make it easy to keep tied up when not in use. The ports don't perfectly line up with the front cover, but it isn't enough to cause a gap or issues plugging in a cable. It is very slight, and only really noticeable if you are looking right at the adapter head on at the ports up close. The ports seem to hold plugs in well enough, but not so much so that it is difficult to remove them.

The adapter is rated for 100V-240V AC 50/60HZ input, so there should be no problems using it anywhere in the world as long as you have a power cable that can plug into the wall. Type-C output is 5V/9V/12V/15V/20V at up to 3A (up to 60w), as per the rating on the side of the adapter. Build quality seems to be perfectly acceptable, and it doesn't feel like it will break any time soon. On a full charge of my laptop (which has the upgraded 68Wh battery), it gets warm to the touch towards the last 20-30% of charging, but not hot. I'd have no worries about using this adapter inside an enclosed space (like one of the MOS backpacks).

MOS Baggy make Daddy Happy

Great bag. Lots of capacity. I regularly fly with a 13" elitebook, an Asus external monitor, an 11" ereader, a large power unit/hub, keyboard, mouse, other electronics and a couple of days worth of clothes. My only complaint is that the "front" large cavity doesn't fully open up 90 degrees like the rear one does. This would make loading clothes etc into the bag a lot easier.