BlitzWolf® USB-C cable, 1 metre £2.71 @ Banggood
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BlitzWolf® USB-C cable, 1 metre £2.71 @ Banggood

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Found 16th Sep 2017Edited by:"Bobbite"
Good price for a branded USB-C cable with good reviews on Amazon.

If I missed anything for the price to be that low, let me know.
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Good find. Been impressed with past BlitzWolf purchases. Thanks OP
Top quality products.... Normally twice the price!
Will this work on S8 with Fast Charging. ?
Are there any offers on the longer versions? Tried searching but struggling! Thanks!
branded??? yes it is branded but not at all popular or well known
Hassann7 m ago

Are there any offers on the longer versions? Tried searching but …Are there any offers on the longer versions? Tried searching but struggling! Thanks!

Here's a 1.8m banggood.com/Bli…762
Edited by: "Bobbite" 16th Sep 2017
How is this better than a £1.50 jobby off eBay?
Jonnyblock26 m ago

How is this better than a £1.50 jobby off eBay?


A Google engineer spent some time testing a lot of USB-C cables, some are badly made and can end up frying your equipment. Here's his amazon reviews page for all the cables and adapters he tried, if you're interested. amazon.com/gp/…7ZA
Jonnyblock44 m ago

How is this better than a £1.50 jobby off eBay?


In short with the wrong cable in the wrong device, you can fry your device. USB-C allows for more current draw (up to 3A in dumb-charging mode) and if your charger can't supply that much current it needs to handle the situation properly. For instance a laptop could be damaged by a cable that doesn't tell the USB-C device to draw a lower current. One of those 40W+ multiport USB chargers would probably be fine.
CampGareth2 m ago

In short with the wrong cable in the wrong device, you can fry your …In short with the wrong cable in the wrong device, you can fry your device. USB-C allows for more current draw (up to 3A in dumb-charging mode) and if your charger can't supply that much current it needs to handle the situation properly. For instance a laptop could be damaged by a cable that doesn't tell the USB-C device to draw a lower current. One of those 40W+ multiport USB chargers would probably be fine.


I've hooked a cheap one up to my two port cigarette charger in the car, seems to charge my honor 8 ok if a little slowly.
1 metre
yesBilly7 m ago

1 metre


I actually felt quite stupid there so fixed that. Thanks.
Has this one passed the safety tests for being spec compliant?
jliptoid1 h, 50 m ago

Has this one passed the safety tests for being spec compliant?

The Google Engineer gave it a 5 star review so I guess it's pretty good.
Bobbite5 h, 8 m ago

The Google Engineer gave it a 5 star review so I guess it's pretty good.


Thanks!
Does this website hit you with import tax or is the price shown the price you pay?
mro20114 h, 6 m ago

Does this website hit you with import tax or is the price shown the price …Does this website hit you with import tax or is the price shown the price you pay?

I ordered multiple times for them, and by choosing the free delivery I never had to pay any import taxes. Just takes a few weeks to get here most of the time.
Jonnyblock16th Sep

How is this better than a £1.50 jobby off eBay?

Did you not answer your own question?
The £1.50 one from eBay is jobby.

I used to think a wires a wire and over time bought about 10 cheapies from different sources on eBay. Some get a bit warm when charging, some take longer than others to charge and some don't connect to the phone that well.
Then I bought a pack of 3 branded ones (different lengths ) and all connect & charge much better than the cheapy ones.

After all most of us have phones costing £200+ especially now with non replaceable batteries so why would we want to connect a bargain basement cable to it everyday.
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