5pk of Micro USB Cables £3.49 Prime / £7.48 Non Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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5pk of Micro USB Cables £3.49 Prime / £7.48 Non Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 29th Sep 2017
Code - KV73U65Q

Handy pack of 5 Ravpower micro USB cables. You get 4 different lengths, with the longest being 10ft, a fair old distance if you want to use a device while it charges. Obviously it works out better for Prime members on this, but if you're not a member and you're buying other stuff, could use it like an add on item or something. Works out about 70p per cable for Prime subbers.

Includes these lengths
1ft
2x 3ft
1x 6ft
1x10ft

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  • Contains 4 different sizes: 1 ft, 3 ft, 6 ft, 10 ft; they are good valued cables for charging your smartphone (not included iPhone), for transferring files, videos and music
  • 18 Months Warranty: Also You can get 18+12months (if register) and friendly customer service from us
  • Updated connector: Which is super slim and durable, so they can easily fit almost all the phone case cutouts and lasts longer than others
  • Fast Charging Speed: 23% faster than the average marketplace counterparts; Compatible with Quick Charge 3.0
  • Why choose it when you need just one lead? Because you can never have enough leads; 5 pack will suit all your cable requirements at home, in office and on-the-go
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Save your money and buy the anker cables
More expensive but worth every penny
Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year
If it was Usb c I would have voted hot.
Are Sunvalleytek-UK deals not banned from HUKD?
I posted this deal last week and was removed.

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Edited by: "itsvimal" 29th Sep 2017
mahmouddiaa3 h, 24 m ago

Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every …Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every penny Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year


Have to disagree about anker quality. They've failed on me more than any brand. Sure they have good customer service which I can't be bothered using on something as cheap as a usb cable, but I don't think their quality control is anything special.
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If it was Usb c I would have voted hot.
showing £6.99 for me (Prime)
nope, got it for £3.49 AFTER using the code KV73U65Q
Edited by: "salsheikh" 29th Sep 2017
Bought, cheers OP, was only looking at my long USB cable last night thinking I need another one as this one is on its last legs
The 10ft and 6ft are really the only useful ones.
Are Sunvalleytek-UK deals not banned from HUKD?
I posted this deal last week and was removed.

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Edited by: "itsvimal" 29th Sep 2017
Save your money and buy the anker cables
More expensive but worth every penny
Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year
It's gone up to £3.50p (was £3.49p apparently) haha.
thanks op!
Just ordered for £3.49.
Always losing or breaking the ones I have and was on the look out for some more!
6.99 now
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belcher1421 h, 14 m ago

6.99 now



"Code - KV73U65Q"
Edited by: "andywedge" 29th Sep 2017
£7 for a basic USB cable??
sam_of_london1 h, 6 m ago

If it was Usb c I would have voted hot.


Is this to say you voted cold because this cable doesn't fit your device?...
andywedge22 m ago

"Code - KV73U65"


Try this ...KV73U65Q.
You can never have enough micro USB cables. Thanks OP
FireOnAWire1 h, 29 m ago

The 10ft and 6ft are really the only useful ones.


The shorter cables will be very useful in my home office and at work, so all useful to me and perhaps others!
darenstrevens10 m ago

The shorter cables will be very useful in my home office and at work, so …The shorter cables will be very useful in my home office and at work, so all useful to me and perhaps others!

The shorter cables are ideal for me to use inside the car and for use on my laptop
How can anyone buy these without knowing the AWG?
Thank you!
mahmouddiaa3 h, 24 m ago

Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every …Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every penny Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year


Have to disagree about anker quality. They've failed on me more than any brand. Sure they have good customer service which I can't be bothered using on something as cheap as a usb cable, but I don't think their quality control is anything special.
I pay £8 for a 2 pack of the 6 feet volutz usb cables thinking that would end my constant breaking cables but even one of them broke after 4 weeks !
I emailed them and they are sending me a free pack of them so i guess thats all you can ask from a seller as even the best brands have their share of faulty ones
mahmouddiaa3 h, 50 m ago

Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every …Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every penny Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year



None cos now they pack even sosages with micro usb cables.
Ordered, Thank you!
I am using one of these Ravpower nylon cables right now and can say they are crud. I took a brand new one out the box yesterday and tried it out using Ampere which reports an average 600mA. £1 cable from Poundland reports 890mA. These are crap and although they are nylon braided so you don't ever see the cable break, I am on my 3rd in 6 months and they don't get used by anyone but myself for my phone and tablet, so ultimately one charge per day per device, not a lot of use at all. You don't even get what you pay for here - Poundland ones are better and last just as long!
GrantG1821 h, 42 m ago

I am using one of these Ravpower nylon cables right now and can say they …I am using one of these Ravpower nylon cables right now and can say they are crud. I took a brand new one out the box yesterday and tried it out using Ampere which reports an average 600mA. £1 cable from Poundland reports 890mA. These are crap and although they are nylon braided so you don't ever see the cable break, I am on my 3rd in 6 months and they don't get used by anyone but myself for my phone and tablet, so ultimately one charge per day per device, not a lot of use at all. You don't even get what you pay for here - Poundland ones are better and last just as long!



Funny you say that ...

Interesting comment, and to a large enough entent, I have to agree with you there.
Bought this pack before and use them all the time and they seem good quality to me, so bit surprised by some of the comments here. Bought a few ravpower things and all been great. Long cable awesome for PS4 controller. Heat, bought some spares.
Good deal. Ordered. Perhaps mention code in OP? Thanks for posting!
My family keeps trashing cables, no matter what the brand or quality. For £3.50, I can leave the box out and they can grab replacements as they trash the ones they have now. Hot.
Thanks bought and took the no rush delivery so 3pound credit added to me so only cost 50p
I find the metal braided ones the best. Pet proof
Edited by: "deany76" 30th Sep 2017
Turret14 h, 44 m ago

Is this to say you voted cold because this cable doesn't fit your …Is this to say you voted cold because this cable doesn't fit your device?...

No . Because micro usb cables are not a big deal now like 5 years ago. All pound shops have them .
thanks
Thanks op, bought. 10ft one will come in handy.
Cannot complain for £3.50!
mahmouddiaa15 h, 53 m ago

Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every …Save your money and buy the anker cables More expensive but worth every penny Just think about how much money you spent on usb cables last year


I bought a multi pack of anker cables and don't think they are any better than your average cable after a short amount of use.
Most of these cheap cables use poor quality wire, and the slow charging is more of a problem than how long they last.

They tend to only allow a low current of less than 700mA, when many devices b require two or three times that.
Can't have too many of these in my house. I think my children eat them.
sam_of_london43 m ago

No . Because micro usb cables are not a big deal now like 5 years ago. …No . Because micro usb cables are not a big deal now like 5 years ago. All pound shops have them .



Yes they do, I bought some a couple of weeks ago, brought them home and plugged my phone in - My PC couldnt recognise the phone, old cable - PC recognises phone.
Tried my daughters phone - ditto.

Took the cables back and got a refund; girl at the counter agreed they were rubbish; OK as a charging cable, but useless for data transfer; she had seen loads being returned.
These cables are a bag of willies and will give you seven years bad luck. They charge very slowly and break easily. If you need anything other than disposable, don't bother.

I second Voltuz, I bought them to replace these wastes of space and they will probably survive an apocalypse.

amazon.co.uk/Vol…T9I

I appreciate that they're £12.98 versus £3.49. But you'll ultimately be paying £12.98 + £3.49. They've been at the £10 mark in case you want to add them to a wishlist and wait it out.
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 30th Sep 2017
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