A dead battery renders your smartphone or laptop useless, but their charging cables lag far behind the devices they juice up in terms of durability and speed. If you’re constantly cursing at frayed ends and slow charging, it’s time to buy new cables that will last, like Syncwire’s UNBREAKcables. They come in three varieties to meet all of your charging needs.
This charging cord for Apple fans is MFi-certified, meaning it has Apple’s seal of approval and won’t damage your Mac investments. It’s a heavy-duty cable with three layers of protection against friction and fraying: a tinplate interior, a TPE jacket exterior, and wrapped internal wires. Plus, it’s been tested for more than 300,000 bends, so you can safely plug it into that hard-to-reach wall outlet behind your chair. It usually goes for $18.99, but right now it’s on sale for just $10.99 in either black or white.
If you’re on top of the latest gadgets and have a USB-C connection, Syncwire’s got your back with its USB-C cable. It’s made of the same strong materials as their Lightning variety, and it also provides up to 5GB transfer speeds — that’s 10 times faster than a USB 2.0 connection. This cable supports up to 5V/3A charging, and it has safety features in place to prevent overheating and short-circuiting. The retail price is $14.99, but right now you can pick it up in black or white for just $9.99 (that’s a 33% savings).
Syncwire’s Micro USB option offers the same dependable construction as its brothers, with wrapped internal wires and the TPE jacket exterior. It’s 30 times stronger than conventional cables, and it’s survived weight tests of up to 275 pounds. The smooth finish goes the extra mile to prevent fraying, and it’s six and a half feet long so you can reach whatever power source you need. Right now it’s on sale for $8.99 in white or black (47% off the sticker price of $16.99).
Syncwire’s charging cords aren’t called UNBREAKcables for nothing. Pick them up today and stop worrying about unreliable cords.
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