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We all know that keeping track of charging cables can be a real pain in the butt parts. It takes only a matter of weeks before your cables start to become frayed or broken, and you end up owning about half a dozen different types because some omniscient tormentor decided that, just like snowflakes, no two charging ports are ever the same. Then factor in Apple changing their cable situation every time James Bond gets recast, and suddenly you have two drawers and a credenza dedicated solely to holding wires.
Wouldn't it be great if you could just buy one cable that never needed to be replaced? Well you're in luck, chum, because the Syncwire UNBREAKcable is the last one you're ever going to need.
The Syncwire UNBREAKcable is a nigh-indestructible super-cable that's able to withstand 30,000 90-degree bends and up to 275 pounds. You could theoretically chain a bunch together and use them to scale a building. (But don't, because Batman would sue for copyright infringement.) The exterior of the cable is a completely smooth shell, which prevents it from getting caught or snagged on any stray nonsense in your home or office, and the interior wires are wrapped, meaning you can twist the cable any which way without the risk of fraying.
It's also 20 percent faster than standard cables, allowing you to charge your device and transfer data much faster than your friends -- a fact you should remind them of constantly. Plus, the Syncwire UNBREAKcable comes in Lightning, USB-C, and micro USB, so you'll never need another.
Normally, the Lightning cables retail for $18.99, but right now you can get a white or black Lightning cable at 42 percent off for just $10.99. Scoop up a white or black USB-C cable for $9.99, a 33 percent markdown from the standard retail price of $14.99. And you can snag a white or black micro USB cable for just $8.99, a 47 percent markdown from the regular price of $16.99.
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