Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Charging Stands Available to Pre-Order

Square Enix is set to release a new series of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children inspired merchandise. This includes charging stands that feature iconography associated with Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Final Fantasy VII. Pre-orders for these items are currently available through the Square Enix e-Store. A total of two types of phone charges are available to purchase. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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The first model is a round charger featuring the Cloudy Wolf design most commonly associated with Cloud Strife. This style of charger will cost ¥5,500 or roughly $49. Additionally, the official store page for the Cloudy Wolf phone charger states that only ten of these chargers can be purchased per-person.

The second Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children charging stands, however, have two versions available. The first one also features the Cloudy Wolf design, but this version costs slightly more than the round version of the charger. Consumers can get their hands on this wireless phone charger for ¥5,940 or roughly $53. The second version features the Shinra Electric Power Company logo. This charger costs ¥5,940 or $53.

All three Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children chargers are wireless. Additionally, Square Enix has created a special website showcasing the three inspired phone chargers.

FFVII Advent Children Complete 4K UHD + Blu-Ray + Digital will release on September 19, 2021 to Japanese audiences. The film is currently available for North American consumers.

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