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2-Pack 6' Aukey Nylon Braided USB-C to USB A 2.0 Cables EXPIRED

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Aukey Direct via Amazon has 2-Pack 6' Aukey Nylon Braided USB-C to USB A 2.0 Cables on sale for $4.99 when you apply promo code 4HO6O3MT during checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Aukey Direct via Amazon also has 2-Pack 3.3' Aukey Right Angle Nylon Braided Apple MFi Certified Lightning Cable on sale for $7.94 when you apply promo code 43CGAOBX during checkout. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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deal is dead
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I'm confused how ever time I try to get in on this deal I'm the first one to try after its dead?
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Can't add code!!
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Says promo code cant be applied, tried with the type C. Shame but deal is dead.
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Does not make sense. Why are there USC C to lightening cables then? Answer: Because you can quick charge by plugging a USB C end of the cord into a PD charger and lightening end of the cord directly into an apple phone. And this should power delivery (PD) quick charge an Apple phone. IS THIS CORRECT????? [separately, do note that the USB C to lightening cord is not covered by the deals under this thread]
I don't understand the question. PD is short for USB-PD. A standard from the USB group. Nothing about USB-PD would stop a USB-C to lightning cables existing. IIRC Apple uses a proprietary quick/fast-charge method (go figure, Apple) that is not compliant with USB-PD.
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I have had just about every brand fail after a year or two use. I have a lot of devices and plugs in 3 cars, house, office, x 6 people and I can say these are just as good, or bad, as most any other cable in the $3-10 price range. I have yet to run onto one that stands up to kid destruction for more then a year or so. So, I say buy it and use till it dies. May as well save $
Do you know of any better quality cables above $10? Or are you saying that $3-10 is already the best quality?
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Do you know of any better quality cables above $10? Or are you saying that $3-10 is already the best quality?
Yes, here is one on kickstarter but not quite available yet. $16 each

https://www.kickstarter.com/proje...uper-cable
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I don't understand the question. PD is short for USB-PD. A standard from the USB group. Nothing about USB-PD would stop a USB-C to lightning cables existing. IIRC Apple uses a proprietary quick/fast-charge method (go figure, Apple) that is not compliant with USB-PD.
What I am saying is that you can fast charge an Apple phone without using Apple's proprietary fast charge technology.

For instance is you buy a PD charger with a USB-C socket, and a USB-C to lightening cable, you can connect one end of that cable into the PD charger and the other end into the Apple phone......and it should fast charge the Apple phone. Are you suggesting that this isn't the case?
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