3 Pack of strong lightning cable for iphone + rapid car charger £7.99 Prime/ £11.98 None Prime Sold by VIPFAN INC Fulfilled by Amazon
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3 Pack of strong lightning cable for iphone + rapid car charger £7.99 Prime/ £11.98 None Prime Sold by VIPFAN INC Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 10th JanEdited by:"fazlulkhair"
These are not original iPhone cables but are just as good as, for fraction of the cost.
There is 100% 5 star feedback from buyers.

Click on the promotion message for automatic 20% off original price at check out

The cables are suitable for:
iPhone 5 - iPhone X
iPad 2 3 4 mini
iPad Pro Air 2
iPod nano 7th gen.
iPod Touch 5th gen.

The cable comes in black, nylon braided for strength and less tangle.
Also available in white at £8.99 Prime

Pack contains:
2 x 3FT cable
1 x 6FT cable
1 x iPhone car charger
12 Month Warranty
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I don't have a rapid car either. It's a Peugeot. Will it work in that?
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No mention of MFi (made for Apple). That usually means lots of pop-ups on screen and potential failures to work properly.

Any1 know know if that happens with these?
Reviews look a bit fishy to me?
How do I know if my iPhone is strong or not? Drop test?
Only 7 purchases out of the 44 reviews!
Very fishy

Stick to anker or amazon basics
I don't have a rapid car either. It's a Peugeot. Will it work in that?
Says you get a free dual port car charger too. That’s said, still not for me
loads of fake reviews if you look, unverified. and many duplicates but with different reviewers name.
dickie_engine1 h, 25 m ago

No mention of MFi (made for Apple). That usually means lots of pop-ups on …No mention of MFi (made for Apple). That usually means lots of pop-ups on screen and potential failures to work properly. Any1 know know if that happens with these?


It is a lightning cable, which means it has a MFI chip at the end. You would have known if you went to the deal. I will add that to the listing for you and others who cant be bothered to read further than the header.
Edited by: "fazlulkhair" 10th Jan
Deal-Breaker1 h, 33 m ago

How do I know if my iPhone is strong or not? Drop test?



Deal-Breaker1 h, 32 m ago

I don't have a rapid car either. It's a Peugeot. Will it work in that?


Mr Deal-Breaker how do you break a deal? Do you throw it from somewhere up high? Or do you plug it into your socket and wait for a surge of current? Or do you take it in your Peugeot and push on the middle foot peddle?
fazlulkhair43 m ago

It is a lightning cable, which means it has a MFI chip at the end. You …It is a lightning cable, which means it has a MFI chip at the end. You would have known if you went to the deal. I will add that to the listing for you and others who cant be bothered to read further than the header.


Aren’t we a cheery soul. Yes maybe better to put it in the title.

I don’t imagine it will add much heat. No paypal money for you eh?
Amazon need to do a wayyyy better job of vetting Thier products and sellers. Some of the reviews are so bogus and it's not even that hard to tell.
kidomega5 m ago

Amazon need to do a wayyyy better job of vetting Thier products and …Amazon need to do a wayyyy better job of vetting Thier products and sellers. Some of the reviews are so bogus and it's not even that hard to tell.


I never knew. I thought it's like eBay or Aliexpress. You only leave a review after you got the product.
kidomega13 m ago

Amazon need to do a wayyyy better job of vetting Thier products and …Amazon need to do a wayyyy better job of vetting Thier products and sellers. Some of the reviews are so bogus and it's not even that hard to tell.


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Like this.
fazlulkhair22 m ago

I never knew. I thought it's like eBay or Aliexpress. You only leave a …I never knew. I thought it's like eBay or Aliexpress. You only leave a review after you got the product.


Yeah it's not a reflection on you at all. I mean that Amazon shouldn't be letting it slip through the net. To a regular normal shopper they'd probably not be able to tell which is why I think it's unfair of Amazon to let it happen.

Sometimes it's not even that it's a bad product it might be a brilliant product that the makers want to put some reviews behind to give it some momentum. Which isn't ethical.

Sometimes you can tell by noticing that all the reviews are very detailed and have a similar structure and use the same keywords. I noticed it recently for a none Amazon Bluetooth speaker with Alexa in. All the reviews used the same keywords which was very suspicious.
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