Anker makes some of our favorite accessories, and when it comes to cables there are few that we would trust as much as we do them. We’ve been using Anker cables for longer than we can remember, and they’ve never failed us yet. So the thought of saving a few dollars on a two-pack of USB-C cables certainly warmed our hearts, and we thought it might warm yours, too.
The cables in question are six-foot USB-A to USB-C cables, and they’re perfect for charging all manner of accessories including Samsung’s Galaxy and Note phones, as well as the 2018 iPad Pro. Who knows, if rumors of a USB-C iPhone are true, they should work just fine there, too!
Both cables are a great shade of red, and like all other PowerLine+ cables, they’re double-braided nylon, which alongside a toughened fiber core should mean you don’t have to worry about these things breaking any time soon. Besides, there’s something about tough cables that gives us a sense of freedom unlike anything else out there. Therefore we will give this particular product a double thumbs up in that department.
With two long cables in one pack, this is a great price to pick up a couple of charging cables that will not only work great today, but will also allow you to charge more and more devices as USB-C continues to be more widely used. Besides, the UBS-C future is absolutely inevitable, and it does not hurt to future-proof yourself ahead of time in order to remain ready for the new standard in all aspects, especially when it comes to char
We think you could absolutely find worse ways of spending ten dollars today, so get your order in before Anker realizes what it’s done and puts the price back up!
Buy: Anker USB Type C Cable, [2-Pack 6ft] Powerline+ USB-C to USB-A, Double-Braided Nylon Fast Charging Cable from Amazon: $9.99 | Original price: $13
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