Monday , December 10 2018 Ausdroid » News » [Good Deal] Grab a USB-A to USB-C cable for just $6.74 delivered


USB Type C cables are definitely here to stay, so you’re obviously looking to replace the thousands of microUSB cables that you’ve accrued over the last 8 years or so with USB-C cables. If you’re looking for decent cables for cheap, you can grab some USB-A to USB-C cables from BangGood for just $6.74 delivered.

The cable is the BlitzWolf AmpCore BW-TC6 3A USB Type-C Braided Charging Data Cable 6ft/1.8m With Magic Tape Strap – a fairly longish cable, but for $6.74 it’s a very good price making it easy to replace at least a few of your cables. You can head over and check out the cable here.

Before you ask – YES! It’s ‘Benson Approved’ – a phrase which is frustrating that it’s even necessary to use when talking about USB-C accessories. But if that’s what’s important to you and you want to read the review you can read it on the Amazon entry for the product which sells for $8.99USD + Shipping.

I’m desperate for new cables, so yes, I’ve already bought a few.

Note, the link to BangGood is an affiliate link which helps to support Ausdroid

Source: BangGood.

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Pity it’s not USB 3 or I’d have bought a couple of them. Still a good price though.

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