Pick up this iVANKY high-speed 4K HDMI cable that’s 10-feet in length and reduced down to just $5. This deal on the ultra-durable cable isn’t going to last forever.

This type of cable is perfect for anyone who has an existing 4K television set or who is planning on purchasing one and has been put off by the often ridiculous prices that are in place for performant HDMI cables. This cable is also compatible with an array of high-performing streaming devices, such as the Apple TV 4K, the NVIDIA Shield TV, Amazon’s 4K Fire TV, and an array of other 4K-capable devices.

From a quality and lasting perspective, the Tinplate Metal Shielding and gold-plated, corrosion-resistant connectors can protect against external signal interference, guarantee stable signal transmission and minimize signal loss. You can also be guaranteed to get a product that is extremely durable and that offers a lot of bang for the tiny amount of buck you are paying. It’s with a premium slim aluminium shell and high-quality nylon braided jacket. The HDMI cord can withstand a bend test of 10,000+ times without reducing cable flexibility and ensures the best performance possible.

You may never actually think about a cable of this nature looking great but the braided design means that it’s going to look fantastic at the same time as offering an excellent experience with a stunning gold-plated connector. This cable is going to work great for all of your 4K devices but is also recommended by iVANKY for the PlayStation 4 as a highly performant option.

If you are interested in purchasing this 4K HDMI cable, then you should know what to do by now. Head on over to the direct link below to secure this discount. Just make sure to use the supplied discount code to unlock the advertised price.

Buy: iVANKY High Speed 18Gbps HDMI 2.0 Cable from Amazon: $5 using code 76YOQ7E6 | Original price: $13

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