When it comes to charging cables there are few bigger names in the market than AUKEY. We’ve been using AUKEY cables and chargers for years now, and they’ve always been nothing short of amazing.

Now you can get your hands on not just one, but two 6.6ft charging cables, and they’re USB-C to boot.

The games in question are AUKEY’s 90-degree USB-A to USB-C charging cables, and the pack includes two 6.6ft cables for your charging pleasure. They’re both braided, so you shouldn’t need to worry about them breaking any time soon, and they’re so long you’re probably not going to have to worry about extensions, either.

The price these are available at is pretty impressive, too. They’re normally very well priced, but right now you can get both cables for just $12.

Features include:

  • Charging & Data Transfer: Safe charging at up to 3A is ensured by high-standard components, including a 56k ohm resistor. USB 2.0 supports data transfer at up to 480Mbps
  • Extensive Compatibility: When used with a charger or power bank that supports Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging or Qualcomm Quick Charge, these cables will Fast Charge your Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus/Note 8 or will Quick Charge your LG G5/G6/V20, HTC 10, or other compatible model (refer to Product Description for details)
  • Durable & Flexible Design: Durable, braided nylon A to C cables with slim, reversible USB-C connectors and 5000+ bend lifespan for easy connection

It’s worth noting that seeing as these cables aren’t USB-C Power Delivery capable, they won’t charge anything that needs huge amounts of power, or they may do but it will take longer to charge. Keep that in mind but if these are the cables for you, this is a price that is difficult to say no to.

Buy: AUKEY USB-C Cable, 90 Degree Right Angle, [2-Pack 6.6ft] from Amazon: $12 with code SHPC2KPG | Original price $15

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