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AnkerDirect via Amazon [amazon.com] has Anker Powerline II Lightning Cable (6ft) for $9.75 with code ANKERSDB. Shipping is free with amazon prime
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I don't think trampling it with a robovac will be really covered by any type of warranty. It's like saying my dog chewed up the cable so they should replace it. That's not how warranties work.
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FYI, 3rd party MFi Lightning to USB-C cables are out, finally time for iPhones to get fast charging with cheaper cables.
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not cheap for sure. still a nice brand. lifetime warranty is cool too
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not cheap for sure. still a nice brand. lifetime warranty is cool too
Worth the $10. Good quality cable and good company and life time warranty on it and they stand by their products.
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I bought one 6ft cable for them, it is still going strong, but gets caught often in our Neato. I hope to test their lifetime warranty soon with the way things are going
I don't think trampling it with a robovac will be really covered by any type of warranty. It's like saying my dog chewed up the cable so they should replace it. That's not how warranties work.
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Anker USB C 6ft 2 pack powerline is $10, this feels overpriced.
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FYI, 3rd party MFi Lightning to USB-C cables are out, finally time for iPhones to get fast charging with cheaper cables.
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FYI, 3rd party MFi Lightning to USB-C cables are out, finally time for iPhones to get fast charging with cheaper cables.
waiting for 6ft version, it would be selling like hot cake.
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FYI, 3rd party MFi Lightning to USB-C cables are out, finally time for iPhones to get fast charging with cheaper cables.
Only in 3ft. Anker USBC to Lightning is $4 cheaper on Amazon than apples cable is. Or $3 cheaper if you want black.
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Anker product quality and their support are really good, I bought USB C powerline cable and it has some issues after a few months. They just sent a new one
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There is also a deal on the Anker 6ft Premium Nylon-Braided Lightning Cable [2-Pack]
https://slickdeals.net/f/12851857-anker-2-pack-3-3ft-premium-nylon-lightning-cable-mfi-certified-13-99-ac-fsss

The 2-pack of 6-foot Nylon-braid cables is $16.79 after coupon. These are rated with a 5000-bend lifecycle, and the list price is $23.99 for a 2-pack [amazon.com].

The 1-pack 6FT Anker Powerline II Lightning Cable in this deal thread is $9.75 after coupon. It has a 12,000-bend lifecycle, and the list price is $19.99 for a 2-pack [amazon.com]. Based on lifecycle, this Powerline II model looks superior; but based on list price, the Nylon-braided version looks superior.

Anyone have experience with the Nylon-braided version? My first impression is that the nylon braid will snag before the 5000-bend lifecycle is achieved.
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"My Samsung tablet costs $125 at Walmart, iPads are overpriced."

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Not talking about a tablet, but a cable that isn't that special compared to others. At $10 for 1 cable, it's not a great deal.
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Do they charge anything for replacing the warranty? For example, otter box charges you a shipping fee.
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