Lightning cables are the kind of things that everyone who owns an iPhone never seems to have enough of. If you’re anything like us, you find yourself looking for one almost every time you need to charge, which can be a real pain. Apple charges princely sums for its official cables, but the Xcentx MFi cables have a couple of advantages. Not least, being cheaper. If you enter the right discount code, they’re cheaper still.

The Xcentz cables in question are of the 6-feet variety, which is something that immediately goes in their favor when compared with Apple’s own first-party solution. Then there’s the fact that these are braided, making them rather less likely to fall apart at the slightest sign of wear. Again, unlike Apple’s.

And then of course, there’s the price. Apple charges around $20 for its own, shorter cables. Right now you can pick up a 6-feet Xcentz cable for just $9.99.

Buy: Xcentz iPhone Charger 6ft, Apple MFi Certified Lightning Cable from Amazon: $9.99 with code XCENTZS43 | Original price: $16

Apple MFi Certified: Each cable contains an authorization chip issued by Apple to ensure 100% compatibility with iPhone, iPad, iPod. Ensure complete safety and Last 2 YEARS longer than others.
Incredible Durable: Metal aluminum alloy connectors and bulletproof braided nylon to improve durability and reduce fraying. 10X stronger than others—can withstand over 30,000 bending and hold up to 175 pounds (80KG).

These cables are MFi-certified, so they’ve been given the Apple stamp of approval which means they’ll work just fine even if Apple updates its software. That isn’t something non-MFi cables can always claim, so there’s definitely some added peace of mind there.

We really don’t think you can go far wrong with these cables and with their combination of length, price, and construction, they’re a no-brainer with this discount code.

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