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AnkerDirect via Amazon has 10' Anker Nylon USB-C to USB-C Cable (Black) for $15.99 - $6 w/ promotion code ANKCABLE75 = $9.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • Rapid Charging: Supports high-speed charging up to 100W when used with a compatible charger.
  • Highly Compatible: Designed to work flawlessly with any USB-C device.
  • Rugged and Durable: A hard-wearing nylon exterior combines with a 12,000-bend lifespan to create a cable that's durable both inside and out.
  • What You Get: New Nylon USB-C to USB-C 100W Cable (10 ft), hook and loop cable tie, welcome guide, lifetime warranty, and friendly customer service.

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Be advised that it's only rated for USB 2.0.
Just adding to your observation for the people who need it that this has nothing to do with charging speed, only data transfer. There are both data and power lines in these cables. With 5a cables they typically will put smaller data lines to make the cables thinner since most people use them for charging. But cables with both 5a power lines and USB 3.1/2 Gen 2 data lines exsist all over the place if you need them.
only works on black for anyone wondering.

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Be advised that it's only rated for USB 2.0.
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Is it true that USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Thunderbolt cable that has high transfer rate can't be this long (10 ft)?
Pretty much any 10 ft cable can't have high transfer rate?
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Is it true that USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Thunderbolt cable that has high transfer rate can't be this long (10 ft)?
Pretty much any 10 ft cable can't have high transfer rate?
No. Apple has done this. Their pro thunderbolt cable is practically art(not generally an apple fan). And you can also grab fiber optic cables. They essentially make the length mostly irrelevant.

Edit: it should also be noted that this is referring to thunderbolt. If you're hooking up an external gpu or a dock that will run 4k montitors or other extremely high bandwidth situations and you need a cable that's longer than 3 feet than yes, you'll need to shell out for the Apple pro thunderbolt cable. But for something like a Gen 2 external ssd where you're just wanting max transfer speed any USB-If certified 3.1/2 Gen 2 cable even at 10 feet will work just fine.
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Be advised that it's only rated for USB 2.0.
Just adding to your observation for the people who need it that this has nothing to do with charging speed, only data transfer. There are both data and power lines in these cables. With 5a cables they typically will put smaller data lines to make the cables thinner since most people use them for charging. But cables with both 5a power lines and USB 3.1/2 Gen 2 data lines exsist all over the place if you need them.
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Is it true that USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Thunderbolt cable that has high transfer rate can't be this long (10 ft)?
Pretty much any 10 ft cable can't have high transfer rate?
they can be this long. it just get really expensive because of the chips needed.
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Great deal for lifetime warranty cables!

It looks like the promotional code is valid up to $30 off so you can order up to 5 cables to get the full discount of $6 off per cable.

(Edit: clarification)
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using a samsung 25w usb-c brick + this cable + Samsung S21 phone, will i be charging my phone at the maximum speed? If not, would the brick or this cable be the bottleneck?
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using a samsung 25w usb-c brick + this cable + Samsung S21 phone, will i be charging my phone at the maximum speed? If not, would the brick or this cable be the bottleneck?
There is a 40w brick avalible for samsung. So if you want fastest get the 40w brick
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only works on black for anyone wondering.
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There is a 40w brick avalible for samsung. So if you want fastest get the 40w brick
so this cable is 100w, if i get the 40w brick, can the S21 take the charge even faster than with the 25w brick i have? Sometimes its hardware or software limited by the phone..
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so this cable is 100w, if i get the 40w brick, can the S21 take the charge even faster than with the 25w brick i have? Sometimes its hardware or software limited by the phone..
Possibly; max power (W) is determined by the lowest link in the chain between the brick, cable, and device, so if your S21 can support all 40W, then you're going to get 40W at most through this cable.

This cable is more useful for laptops which can charge at a rate of up to and over 100W (Apple just released a new brick that can push out 140W).
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I'm looking for a cable to use for Oculus Quest PC link about this length without paying the $80 the official oculus cable costs. It doesn't sound like this cable is what I'd want, but does anyone have a suggestion?
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