As USB-C becomes more prevalent we’re all starting to need more and more cables around the home. That means that like us, you’re on the hunt for some inexpensive, yet quality cables to add to your collection.
The folks at iClever are known for making some of the best accessories at the most reasonable of prices, and right now you can get your hand on one of their USB-C cables at a special price, too.
The cable that is currently on offer is a massive 7.2ft long and is a USB-A to USB-C cable, capable of USB 3.1 transfer speeds. That means that you shouldn’t struggle when it comes to transferring data, and you should be good for charging all but the most power hungry of devices, too.
Depending on what you’re charging, you may however find that speeds are a little on the slow side, but given the pretty amazing price, that’s not too bad at all.
And the price is pretty amazing.
This deal is good through the end of March, so you’ve still got a couple of weeks to get your orders in before it is too late. Make sure you do though, it’s not every day that you get the chance to pick up a cable as capable as this, with built-in protection against breakage, at such a great price. When you consider it’s over 7-ft in length, there isn’t much to not like here.
Buy: iClever 7.2ft USB A 3.1 to Type C Cable from Amazon: $6.99 with code USBCABLE7 | Original price $10
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