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(2 Pack) TECKNET USB C Cable Nylon Braided High Speed Charging Sync Type C Cable - £2.99 (£7.48 Non Prime) - Bluetree/FB Amazon
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(2 Pack) TECKNET USB C Cable Nylon Braided High Speed Charging Sync Type C Cable - £2.99 (£7.48 Non Prime) - Bluetree/FB Amazon

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Posted 8th Nov

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Decent price for 2 high speed USB C cables. Use the code listed above (DJ3AFHS5) to drop the price from £4.99 to £2.99 delivered for Prime members, £7.48 for non Prime



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  • [Perfect Compatibility] - Compatible with all current available USB C Devices: Apple New Macbook, ChromeBook Google Pixel 2xl, Pixel C, Nexus 5X / 6P, OnePlus 2/3T, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+/Note 8 /A5 2017/A7 2017, Huawei P9/P10, HTC 10/U11, Sony Xperia XZ, Lumia 950 / 950XL, LG G5/G6, Asus Zen AiO, Lenovo Zuk Z1, HP Pavilion X2, ASUS ZenPad S 8.0, New Nokia N1 tablet,Nintendo Switch, etc.
  • 2-Pack 1M Cables: Perfect 3.3FT length cable to enjoy your playing time on your bed or in the living room.
  • [Fast Charge & Sync] - Ensure a maximum charging speed up to 2.4A, charge faster than most standard cables and work better for tablets and quick charge devices. Great performance ensures your devices syncs and charge simultaneously with up to 480Mb/s transferring speed.
  • [Built to Last] - Premium nylon braided exterior with pure copper wires inside and laser-welded aluminum putted on connectors for maximum reliability and durability.Up to 8,000+ bend and 6,000+ plugging and unplugging lifespan.
  • [Warranty Policy] - Backed by a TeckNet 18 Months Warranty & Carefree Service for Every Purchase.
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sheffield78808/11/2019 11:18

Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before …Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before you buy. Safety first!


What does that mean in English ? Any issues??

Kindest regards
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Nice bought, don’t have any devices for them now but I’m sure will come handy one day in future lol
Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before you buy. Safety first!
Ordered, thanks!
Ru4real08/11/2019 11:12

Nice bought, don’t have any devices for them now but I’m sure will come han …Nice bought, don’t have any devices for them now but I’m sure will come handy one day in future lol


That's the spirit
Thanks! Code seems to work for multiples too, so ordered 2x packs.
Thanks buzz, I've got loads of these spare, but I also have 3 kids so I bought a few more
Edited by: "voicon" 8th Nov
creepyg08/11/2019 11:26

Thanks! Code seems to work for multiples too, so ordered 2x packs.


I did as well but they cost £5.99 so that's 1p more than 2 seperate at £5.98, we got ripped off
sheffield78808/11/2019 11:18

Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before …Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before you buy. Safety first!


This is what I'm wondering. Think I'll buy first and ask them after. Don't want to miss out on the deal!
sheffield78808/11/2019 11:18

Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before …Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before you buy. Safety first!


What does that mean in English ? Any issues??

Kindest regards
£4.99 now
firstofficer08/11/2019 11:50

What does that mean in English ? Any issues??Kindest regards


Usb C is fast charge. Without the resistor, there is a risk to fry your device or set things on fire. If you use an old charger there is no risk, but you will not have fast charge, will charge at slow speed.

Without the resistor it does not mean it will happen, it can happen.

Type in Google usb c 56 k ohms resistor.
amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2016/mar/30/amazon-clamps-down-dangerous-usb-c-cables?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Nov
WordlyTraveller08/11/2019 11:45

This is what I'm wondering. Think I'll buy first and ask them after. Don't …This is what I'm wondering. Think I'll buy first and ask them after. Don't want to miss out on the deal!


I remember I posted a Tecknet deal before and managed to find the info, they did have the resistor. I think the info was written on one of the pictures. I did not see anything at this deal but have not looked properly. I do have a Tecknet cable and it does have it, but I've paid about £5 for one cable.
sheffield78808/11/2019 11:55

Usb C is fast charge. Without the resistor, there is a risk to fry your …Usb C is fast charge. Without the resistor, there is a risk to fry your device or set things on fire. If you use an old charger there is no risk, but you will not have fast charge, will charge at slow speed.Without the resistor it does not mean it will happen, it can happen.Type in Google usb c 56 k ohms resistor.amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2016/mar/30/amazon-clamps-down-dangerous-usb-c-cables?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D


That's really useful, didn't have a clue about this!!..

Thanks!!.

Any idea how to get free delivery? I'm not a prime customer..

Thanks
firstofficer08/11/2019 12:18

Any idea how to get free delivery? I'm not a prime customer..Thanks


Is it not showing free delivery with the code?

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firstofficer08/11/2019 12:15

That's really useful, didn't have a clue about this!!..Thanks!!.


No problem. Yes, it good to know. £1 usb c cables from China get on HUKD ridiculous hot, perhaps is good to know that a £1 cable is not safe. I know people will say they used such cables for months and never had incidents, but is it worth the risk?
firstofficer08/11/2019 12:18

Any idea how to get free delivery? I'm not a prime customer..Thanks


Ah, my apologies, I didn't see the 'not' - you can't get free delivery as a non Prime customer. It's fulfilled by Amazon.
firstofficer08/11/2019 12:18

Any idea how to get free delivery? I'm not a prime customer..Thanks


If you add it to your basket, Amazon may offer you a free 1 month prime trial, so you will get it with free delivery. They offered this to me lots of time. May also help you with black Friday deals.
sheffield78808/11/2019 12:23

If you add it to your basket, Amazon may offer you a free 1 month prime …If you add it to your basket, Amazon may offer you a free 1 month prime trial, so you will get it with free delivery. They offered this to me lots of time. May also help you with black Friday deals.


True, they usually do offer... I've been resisting all this time, but will probably take it for BF...

Code isn't working for me
Ok so for some reason the code is not working in the app but it's working in the browser.
Yh I tried it on the Amazon app on my phone and it wasn't working but it worked in the browser
Ordered two 😁
sheffield78808/11/2019 12:22

No problem. Yes, it good to know. £1 usb c cables from China get on HUKD …No problem. Yes, it good to know. £1 usb c cables from China get on HUKD ridiculous hot, perhaps is good to know that a £1 cable is not safe. I know people will say they used such cables for months and never had incidents, but is it worth the risk?


I have looked at the description for the cables but unable to tell if it has that safety feature , anyone else able to confirm ?
justaguy.108/11/2019 13:24

I have looked at the description for the cables but unable to tell if it …I have looked at the description for the cables but unable to tell if it has that safety feature , anyone else able to confirm ?


Try the pictures too, if listed this brand before because on one of the pictures the resistor was mentioned, while in description was nothing about this.
firstofficer08/11/2019 12:37

True, they usually do offer... I've been resisting all this time, but will …True, they usually do offer... I've been resisting all this time, but will probably take it for BF...


Nothing to lose, after a month you cancel it. Sadly, my trial ends 5 days before the BF, don't know if they will extend it for me.
This one comprising a 1M and 2M does have the resistor, mentioned in one of the pics. Code does not work for this item though.
amazon.co.uk/TEC…LC/
firstofficer08/11/2019 12:37

True, they usually do offer... I've been resisting all this time, but will …True, they usually do offer... I've been resisting all this time, but will probably take it for BF...


You only have to spend £20 to get free delivery. Usually people are waiting on bigger items to reduce at black friday, so maybe better to save for it xmas instead? Helps with the last minute pressies you forgot to order! It's your dime though
sheffield78808/11/2019 11:55

Usb C is fast charge. Without the resistor, there is a risk to fry your …Usb C is fast charge. Without the resistor, there is a risk to fry your device or set things on fire. If you use an old charger there is no risk, but you will not have fast charge, will charge at slow speed.Without the resistor it does not mean it will happen, it can happen.Type in Google usb c 56 k ohms resistor.amp-theguardian-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2016/mar/30/amazon-clamps-down-dangerous-usb-c-cables?amp_js_v=a2&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D


Well the Guardian article had me up to "or potentially for the plug to push more power than the device can take"
All of this scaremongering seems to come from one engineer that lost some kit and blamed the cable. Computer USB ports are designed to shut down if the attached device requests too much current - so it's a bit unclear as to why his equipment destroyed itself. More of a concern would be the completely miswired cable
Thanks - Ordered 2 Lots.

After the order was placed, I went back to order more - but the code would not work a second time.
Its possible that its only usable once per Amazon account
Seems to be OOS now...
sheffield78808/11/2019 11:18

Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before …Voted hot, this brand usually has the 56 k ohms resistor but check before you buy. Safety first!



Do you need specialist equipment to check? Thanks
Mouggly08/11/2019 16:29

Do you need specialist equipment to check? Thanks


I test mine with a USB C breakout board (check eBay) and a multimeter.
sheffield78808/11/2019 14:15

Nothing to lose, after a month you cancel it. Sadly, my trial ends 5 days …Nothing to lose, after a month you cancel it. Sadly, my trial ends 5 days before the BF, don't know if they will extend it for me.


Well, depends if you want a free Amazon Prime trial for something else in future. Normally best to get the free trial when you know you're going to use it a fair bit not just for one item.
Sadly oos now
OoS
jsoap08/11/2019 14:58

Well the Guardian article had me up to "or potentially for the plug to …Well the Guardian article had me up to "or potentially for the plug to push more power than the device can take"All of this scaremongering seems to come from one engineer that lost some kit and blamed the cable. Computer USB ports are designed to shut down if the attached device requests too much current - so it's a bit unclear as to why his equipment destroyed itself. More of a concern would be the completely miswired cable


This is not the only article, there are plenty on line. I can tell you for sure one of my friends destroyed his phone, can't tell definetely what was wrong with the cable, but something was wrong. I do not know about PC, normally should have something to stop this happening, but I know it has happened with phones. I also mentioned 'it can happen' not 'will happen', I guess is people choice, I certainly know I will not take a risk for the sake of £2.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 8th Nov
Mouggly08/11/2019 16:29

Do you need specialist equipment to check? Thanks


I don't really know how to check, I usually do my research before buying and I rely on sellers honesty and reviews.
supermann08/11/2019 16:46

Well, depends if you want a free Amazon Prime trial for something else in …Well, depends if you want a free Amazon Prime trial for something else in future. Normally best to get the free trial when you know you're going to use it a fair bit not just for one item.


Yes, but I was given a trial at least 5 times in a year and used it every time. I don't think it is guaranteed they will give you one when it suits you, but I don't know. I was given once a trial straight after I was at the end of it and wanted to cancel it.
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