Belkin 4 ft/1.2 m Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors £11.97 prime / £16.46 non prime @ Amazon
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Belkin 4 ft/1.2 m Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors £11.97 prime / £16.46 non prime @ Amazon

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Belkin 4 ft/1.2 m Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors £11.97 prime / £16.46 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 10th Sep
One cable, multiple connectors: Cable has Lightning, USB-C and Micro-USB connector; charge many of your most-used devices like smartphones, tablets, power banks and more with a single cable
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One at a time, or all three simultaneously?
zcaprd710/09/2020 12:03

One at a time, or all three simultaneously?


One at a time. Micro usb has power, other two are converters connect to micr usb
zcaprd710/09/2020 12:03

One at a time, or all three simultaneously?


Appears to be one at a time. Just different head adaptors but adaptors are linked to the cable so you don't lose them and always have them to hand.

I have this one from Anker and after one year use still going strong:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "kyeung" 10th Sep
I do like Belkin products, however I feel this is not cheap. You can only charge one device at the time, the USB C will not be fast charge either. Quite a convenient cable to carry with you, especially when you go abroad and have your USB C phone, your kids micro USB tablets and possibly an Ipad. We had this scenario before. However, I opted for a £3-4 Baseus 3 in 1 which charges multiple devices at once (not the same USB port). Off course the more devices you charge at once, the longer will take longer to charge, also a 3 in 1 is a bit bulkier, but I think a 3 in 1 is a better solution than this.
I did not vote!
sheffield78810/09/2020 12:08

I do like Belkin products, however I feel this is not cheap. You can only …I do like Belkin products, however I feel this is not cheap. You can only charge one device at the time, the USB C will not be fast charge either. Quite a convenient cable to carry with you, especially when you go abroad and have your USB C phone, your kids micro USB tablets and possibly an Ipad. We had this scenario before. However, I opted for a £3-4 Baseus 3 in 1 which charges multiple devices at once (not the same USB port). Off course the more devices you charge at once, the longer will take longer to charge, also a 3 in 1 is a bit bulkier, but I think a 3 in 1 is a better solution than this.I did not vote!


Personally I am not a fan of Belkin having had a router and powerplug fail on me, they are usually cheaper products but are also very cheaply made and aren't up to the task. However this cable appears to have decent reviews so should be ok. Yea I agree this not cheap just standard price for this type of cable.
kyeung10/09/2020 12:14

Personally I am not a fan of Belkin having had a router and powerplug fail …Personally I am not a fan of Belkin having had a router and powerplug fail on me, they are usually cheaper products but are also very cheaply made and aren't up to the task. However this cable appears to have decent reviews so should be ok. Yea I agree this not cheap just standard price for this type of cable.


I only had Belkin cables, no other product from them. I've got quite a few Belkin ones, got them mostly because at the time the USB C cables came out, Belkin was one of the very few manufacturers putting the 56k ohm resistor in them. So, I did pay more than a cable from Gearbest, but the price was reasonable, this one seems to be RRP. For this type of cable I have no worries to go with a cheap one, I pay more for serious cables. However, apart from the price, I feel a 3 in 1 is better, as it gives you the flexibility to charge more devices at once. I only use it when I go abroad, but it does make a difference.
Not cheap
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