What’s better than one USB-C cable? Two USB-C cables, that’s what. That also happens to be what the folks at Anker are offering up right now, with the normally well-priced cables now available for an absolute song.

If you’re picking up a pair of Anker USB-C cables such as these you’re normally expected to hand over just shy of $10, which is already a pretty great deal for two cables. Right now, you’re going to get the same rest cables for even less, thanks to the combination of two deals.

Right now Anker is discounting this pack of cables to just $8.39, and if you clip the on-screen 5% coupon as well, you’ll get that price all the way down to just $7.97. That means that you’re getting a USB-C cable for less than $4, which is pretty impressive. Especially considering the double-braided nature of these things. Oh, and did we mention they also ship with a lifetime warranty, such is Anker’s faith in these things?

Buy: Anker USB C Cable, [2-Pack 6Ft] Premium Nylon USB-C to USB-A from Amazon: $7.97 | Original price $10

Not only are these cables sturdier than your average bear, but they’re also longer, too. With 6-feet of cable to play with, these are great options for those who want to be able to sit at a sofa and still charge their device while they use it. After all, that isn’t too much to ask now, is it?

Apart for being perfect for Android phones or tablets, you can actually use this cable with your shiny new 2018 iPad Pro as well. But of course, your charging speeds will be limited to just 12W since the other end of the cable is USB-A, but at least you have a cheap backup at hand which you can toss around in your bag without worrying about anything at all.

We’re already pretty huge fans of Anker and the deals and kit they offer, so this kind of thing just cements that. We’re sure you’ll feel the same after picking a USB-C cable up for less than $4!

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