Get a retractable USB cable with connectors for any device for half the price


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TL; DR: As of January 24, this retractable 3-in-1 USB charging cable is on sale for $19.95 instead of $44 — grab it 55% off.

There are many charging cables on the market, from expensive replacement cables from Apple to cheap cables online at the gas station. So what exactly separates the good from the bad and the ugly? Durability, protective features and flexibility, in a nutshell.

If you’re looking to grab a bargain in the crowded charging cable market, this retractable USB charging cable from Tech Zebra checks all three boxes and then some. Plus, it’s on sale for 55% off.

The retractable feature of this charging cable is not only convenient for saving space and decluttering your outlets. It’s also handy for load flexibility, with the ability to extend from just 12 inches long to 3.5 feet with a simple tug. And the ABS plastic telescoping cable is as sturdy as you’d hope. It has passed the bend test, which means it can withstand over 3,000 bends in its lifetime. Plus, it has flexible joint liners to ensure it won’t crack or fray. In other words, you can put a tick for durability.

On the protection side, this compact cable is equipped with an intelligent chip. This prevents your device from reaching dangerous current voltages by effectively filtering it for stability. Having stable current protection ensures that the cord itself won’t melt and your device won’t overheat.

However, perhaps the most exciting feature of this cable is its connectors for any device. There’s a Lightning connector, a Type-C connector, and a Micro-USB connector, covering pretty much every gadget you have in your arsenal. Flexibility? To verify.

For a limited time, this handy three-in-one retractable cable is on sale for 55% off. Grab one for just $19.95 (usually $44) and fuel all the hungry gadgets in your collection. It even comes in your choice of black, green, or red.

Prices subject to change.

Credit: Tech Zebra


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