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iXCC 3ft Apple MFi Certified Lightning 8pin to USB Charge and Sync Cable for iPhone SE/5/6/6s/7/Plus/iPad Mini/Air/Pro, $3.50 AC, FS with Prime

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Last Edited by cricket702 September 23, 2016 at 06:21 PM
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Thanks. Needed to get a replacement for the one that came with the phone.
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Cheap junk that won't last. Save your money.
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Cheap junk that won't last. Save your money.
Really? I have one from a year ago still working.
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Need 6 ft but thanks
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got one. thanks.
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Really? I have one from a year ago still working.
Eh. Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
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Cheap junk that won't last. Save your money.
I have one from a while back too with no issues. These are MFi certified as well by the way.
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Got one to keep in my car....repped.
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Quote from theimage13 View Post :
Eh. Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
LMAO troo, troo.


* Check out A4C on ebay folks. You can buy genuine Apple OEM bulk packaged accessories for pretty darn cheap. I get lightning cables and charge blocks for $5-$6 or so shipped. I even bought a couple pairs of genuine earpods for around $9-$10/pair shipped. All were absolutely genuine and have worked flawlessly for years (heavy use).

Don't buy BS (supposedly) MFI certified jank cables to power your $200+ devices. Spend a few dollars and get a decent cable and/or transformer block. I can also vouch for Anker lightning cables (got one for $1 last BF and it's been a gladiator), but for the prevailing retail price, I'd just buy an Apple honestly.

No I'm not affiliated with A4C, just passing on my experience(s) with them for those that care : )
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Last edited by luckydog97 September 23, 2016 at 06:45 PM.
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In for one. These are low quality in terms of the feel but they work. Had one for a while on a prior deal, no issues. Just because a product has a bunch of "fake" reviews doesn't mean that it's a bad product that a bunch of people rate highly. All it means is that the company is being aggressive, rightfully so, in a marketing sense to try to get their product to the top of the list. If they end up on top with fake reviews selling crap products the bad reviews will catch up and it will all balance out.

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LMAO troo, troo.


* Check out A4C on ebay folks. You can buy genuine Apple OEM bulk packaged accessories for pretty darn cheap. I get lightning cables and charge blocks for $5-$6 or so shipped. I even bought a couple pairs of genuine earpods for around $9-$10/pair shipped. All were absolutely genuine and have worked flawlessly for years (heavy use).

Don't buy BS (supposedly) MFI certified jank cables to power your $200+ devices. Spend a few dollars and get a decent cable and/or transformer block. I can also vouch for Anker lightning cables (got one for $1 last BF and it's been a gladiator), but for the prevailing retail price, I'd just buy an Apple honestly.

No I'm not affiliated with A4C, just passing on my experience(s) with them for those that care : )
And I think anker cables are better than Apple cables.
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Last edited by eklipz98 September 23, 2016 at 06:51 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Will also say low quality shit.

Tested with volt meter (I had actually posted this deal a while back) and they barely give me 0.6 amp current consistently. No wonder they barely charge my phone.

Not worth your money or time -- not even as a backup.
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#14
i bought two of these a year ago and still going strong.
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got 1 thank you
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