BELKIN USB-C Cable - 1.8 m (Less than half price) £4.67 - Currys PC World
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BELKIN USB-C Cable - 1.8 m (Less than half price) £4.67 - Currys PC World

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Found 8th Feb
Charge and sync your new Macbook, Chromebook Pixel, hard drives and other USB-C enabled devices with this 1.8 m Belkin F2CU043bt06-BLK USB-C Cable.

Great for transferring data, it offers speeds of up to 480 Mbps to help you stay productive. Power up your devices faster with a 3 Amp charging output.

Connecting devices is more convenient since the cable is 1.8 m long, allowing you to position your devices practically on your desk or shelf. Reversible USB-C connectors allow you to plug in with either end, so there's less hassle than using a cable with different connector types.


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CHARGE AND SYNC YOUR DEVICES: The Belkin MIXIT↑™ USB-C to USB-C Charge Cable lets you charge your USB-C device as well as sync your photos, music and data to your existing laptop at transfer speeds of 480 Mbps. Plus, the cable also supports up to 3 Amps of power output for charging USB-C devices.
Made for: Connecting from a standard USB-C device to a USB-C (also known as USB Type-C) enabled device. Also compatible with Thunderbolt™ 3 and the Galaxy S8/S8+.


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REVERSIBLE USB-C CONNECTOR: Never worry about which way to plug in again. USB-C is a new user-friendly reversible connector that allows you to connect your cable to your device in any direction.


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Precision welded metal shield to protect PCB and E Marker. This also minimizes radiated emissions levels and provides additional mechanical strength.


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POWER & CHARGE OTHER DEVICES: This MIXIT↑™ USB-C cable supports up to 3A of power output and can be used for charging and powering USB-C enabled devices including Galaxy S8/S8+


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USB-IF Certification: Hi-Speed USB Compliance means that this cable has been certified by USB-IF to meet all electrical, mechanical, and environmental standards, ensuring a superior user experience. USB-IF is a non-profit organization made up of companies that facilitate the development of high quality USB products and compliance testing.
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Belkin do make solid cables, but so do many others, for far less than this.
“Charge and sync your MacBook...”

Can’t use this for charging 87w MacBooks. 5a / 20v cable required. Just an FYI. It will charge, but very slowly or may not at all if using the MacBook at the same time.
sh1no8i1 h, 7 m ago

“Charge and sync your MacBook...”Can’t use this for charging 87w MacBooks. …“Charge and sync your MacBook...”Can’t use this for charging 87w MacBooks. 5a / 20v cable required. Just an FYI. It will charge, but very slowly or may not at all if using the MacBook at the same time.


Well, if you go by semantics, it just says ‘new MacBook’ and not ‘MacBook Pro’ which makes sense.
emlin3 h, 2 m ago

Belkin do make solid cables, but so do many others, for far less than this.


Yes, many do for less but they work? Most of them charge only - try to do data transfer or connect device through thunderbolt - most of them would not work. Not sure as well if not issue with belkin product - haven't tried it yet, after several attempts to use cheap cables i stopped on original product, for example: use oneplus phone with oneplus cable and so on.
Edited by: "junk15" 8th Feb
I wish this is a thunderbolt 3 cable....
sh1no8i7 h, 28 m ago

“Charge and sync your MacBook...”Can’t use this for charging 87w MacBooks. …“Charge and sync your MacBook...”Can’t use this for charging 87w MacBooks. 5a / 20v cable required. Just an FYI. It will charge, but very slowly or may not at all if using the MacBook at the same time.


The Macbook Pro can't draw the normal 60W? That seems like a design issue on Apple's side.
EndlessWaves2 h, 7 m ago

The Macbook Pro can't draw the normal 60W? That seems like a design issue …The Macbook Pro can't draw the normal 60W? That seems like a design issue on Apple's side.


13 inch MacBook Pro draws 61W and should work with this. 15 inch MacBook Pro may not, or charge slower.
idontwannabeyouanymore1 h, 57 m ago

13 inch MacBook Pro draws 61W and should work with this. 15 inch MacBook …13 inch MacBook Pro draws 61W and should work with this. 15 inch MacBook Pro may not, or charge slower.


Yeah, but 60W instead of 87W isn't much slower. Many normal laptop power bricks are either 45W or 60W.
Reserved thanks- going to give it a go for a back up charger for my 13” MacBook Pro. If it works; great, a cheap spare and if it doesn’t, I’ll simply return it!
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