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for the price it is understandable. Though I've seen braided versions with other brands like UGREEN
I have one of the braided UGREEN USB-C to C and was very disappointed with it. I usually have good luck with cables and I don't beat them up too much, but it failed just outside the 30 day return window (fortunately there is a 1 year warranty so I will get it replaced). The contact points were also a little loose/wobbly.

Naturally, my experience with it may not be the same as everyone's; however, a number of the reviews on it had mentions of the cord failing.
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Will the usbc to usbc work for a monitor?
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Thanks for post. I used to buy and recommend Anker cables, but I think it is no longer worth paying 2-3x $ for them.

Reason 1 is Anker quality and service have gone down. I bought my wife a 10ft Powerline+ that gone bad in less than 6 months. Contacted Anker support twice about warranty. They replied they will send me new one but never did. Frown

Reason 2 is other Amazon sellers have improved. Cable uses simple technology, so most cables work fine. Some reviews may be fake, but even Anker cables will wear out. When cheap cable dies, I get a new one - don't need to beg Anker. Smilie
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Wayyyy overpriced... plenty of other options that are cheaper and work just fine.
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If you can live without 100% pure Perfect Surface Silver solid-core conductors, or High-precision Wave Soldering, yes, it should be sufficient. Apple specs the 13" MBP require 61 watts, these are rated for 60, should be fine, provided you already have the proper charging brick.

Also, on the product page, the MacBook (2016)/MacBook Pro 13.3'" is specifically mentioned as a fully compatible device.

Personally, I'd spend a few extra bucks on a USB-IF certified gen 2 type c cable, as a couple dollars would get you 10gbps transfer speed, 100w certified power delivery capability, and the quality assurance provided with the IF certification, which is not just marketing hype, cheap insurance when it comes to supplying power for a $1000+ laptop. also adds thunderbolt 3 support. usb-4 arrives later this year, these things get obsolete fast
What are since examples of an IF-certified get 2 Type C to Type C?
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