Get 3 Right-Angle USB-C Cables For The Price Of 1 Today [$7 3-Pack]

We’ve been banging on about how important the future of USB-C is, and how we’d love for it to truly become the one cable to rule them all. We’re getting closer to that becoming reality, but we’re also so far away, too. A USB cable the bridges the gap from USB-A to USB-C can be a valuable tool during these times, and you can pick up a pack of three for next to nothing right now.

These USB-A to USB-C cables have a lot going for them, even beyond their price which we’ll get to shortly.

The three cables in the pack are of different lengths to give you maximum flexibility. Coming in at 1-feet, 4-feet, and 6-feet lengths, you should be covered no matter how close or how far away your charging point is. They’re also nylon-braided with an 8,000+ bend lifespan, so you won’t find these things falling apart any time soon.

Finally, these cables are complete with right-angled connectors on both ends. That makes it possible to plug them in at angles that wouldn’t normally be available, preventing the need for unwieldy cable bends that can cause problems down the line. And right now they’re a bargain, too.

Buy: Right Angle USB C Cable [3-Pack, 1FT,4FT,6FT] 90 Degree USB C to USB A Fast Charging Nylon Braided Type C Cords from Amazon: $7 with code RAngle40 | Original price: $12

[Right Angle Design]: 90 degree design makes it’s easier for you to comfortably play games on your phone while it’s charging and conveniently use your phones in daily life.
[Universal Compatibility]: The USB C cable works with the new USB Type-C devices such as Samsung Galaxy Note 9,S9, S8,S8 PLUS,Note 8, LG G6,G5,V20,V30, Nexus 5X , Google Nexus 5X ,Nexus 6P, Google Pixel, Lumia 950, Lumia 950XL etc.

Making each cable less than $2.50 each, this discount code is one that you’re going to want to take advantage of soon – we don’t quite know how long it’s good for!

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