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iOrange-E 10-Foot Kevlar Lightning Cable for $12 free shipping with Amazon Prime

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN September 16, 2016 at 12:47 AM
iOrange-E 10-Foot Kevlar Lightning Cable in Black, Green, or Gold, starting prices at $15.99 with Coupon code "NCUTZ98K" reduced the price to $11.99 @ Amazon.

Kevlar fiber long iPhone 6 charger with the most flexible, most powerful and durable material, 5X stronger than the ordinary cables, adds durability and getting rid of tangle
Apple MFI certified iPhone charger ensures 100% compatibility with iPhone 7 6 6S 6S Plus 5S 5C 5, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad 4th generation, iPad Air, iPod 5th generation & iPod Nano 7th generation. High speed charging at 2.4A Max and data sync up to 480Mbps.
Ladder design, fitting well with most cases. No need to take off your lovely case for charging.
iPhone 6 charger 10 ft, long enough for using while you are lying in your couch and charging at the same time. Get rid of limitation of length.
Included: One 10ft Kevlar Lightning Cable with 12-month warranty Card.

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https://www.amazon.com/Charger-iO...018I6DNWO/
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thx, in for 1
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$12 for a lightning cable? Rip wallet
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Don't put any stock in the reviews. F on Fakespot.

http://fakespot.com/product/iphon...-gen-green

That said, I have a few braided type c cables from I-Orange and they work well. Can't speak for this cable specifically.

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At 10 ft what is power drop off, I have never had any luck with cables longer than 6-6.6 ft. There is such a drop in peer that it takes almost twice as London to charge. And power apps loaded on phones and tablets show a drop from 1800 to 1100 in going from 3 or 6 ft to 10ft.

Btw, I have never had a problem with any iorange product, regardless of whether review are fake or not.
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Quote from LaserBangtail1964 View Post :
At 10 ft what is power drop off, I have never had any luck with cables longer than 6-6.6 ft. There is such a drop in peer that it takes almost twice as London to charge. And power apps loaded on phones and tablets show a drop from 1800 to 1100 in going from 3 or 6 ft to 10ft.

Btw, I have never had a problem with any iorange product, regardless of whether review are fake or not.
Was interested even though I don't know what I'd need 10 feet for. 6 feet tops. But you mentioned power drop off and now not worth it. Didn't even cross my mind and wouldn't have. Thanks and rep'd
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In for 1 (green) Tnx!
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Oh, Linux compatible I see...
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F grade. 71% reviews are fake. gg
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As was said, it's tough to keep charge current up when passing through 10ft cord. It would all depend on the gauge of the wire and wire composition. Odds are great that one or both is garbage. They tend to make these as cheaply as possible. 26awg wire composed of cca is fine for a 3ft cord. But that same manufacturer usually cranks them out in all lengths because they know people don't know any better and will buy them. Friggin 4hr charge time...
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in for 2. Got one in February and still working fine. Most cheap cables last me for 2 to 4 months.
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Quote from Ron1962 View Post :
iOrange-E 10-Foot Kevlar Lightning Cable in Black, Green, or Gold, starting prices at $15.99 with Coupon code "NCUTZ98K" reduced the price to $11.99 @ Amazon.
Not to tc, but a quick search turned up these deals on 10 foot lightning cables for the same price:

I'm sure fakespot will say there are a lot of questionable reviews, but why buy one when you can get two or three for the same price?
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Quote from sloepoke View Post :
Not to tc, but a quick search turned up these deals on 10 foot lightning cables for the same price:

I'm sure fakespot will say there are a lot of questionable reviews, but why buy one when you can get two or three for the same price?
Both the links you mentioned are not MFI certified and will be trash in a week or two as iOS will not charge properly with these cables. I've faced this before with cheap cables. just my 2 cents
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Quote from sloepoke View Post :
Not to tc, but a quick search turned up these deals on 10 foot lightning cables for the same price:

I'm sure fakespot will say there are a lot of questionable reviews, but why buy one when you can get two or three for the same price?
you're correct, this is no deal, nothing special about this cable or the phones they charge. No quick charge here. move on
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