griffin coiled auxiliary to auxiliary audio cable £2.90 @ londonmagicstore (ebay)
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griffin coiled auxiliary to auxiliary audio cable £2.90 @ londonmagicstore (ebay)

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Found 7th Jan 2014
Been looking for a decent AUX to AUX cable and came across this Griffin cable. Apple store are selling for £14.95, and I couldn't find any ones cheaper than this. All reviews say it's a good quality cable too.

This is £2.90 + free postage.

I've ordered mine today so will let everyone know what the quality is like!

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Ordered , smokin hot find mate

Ordered thanks needed one of these

Don't know if I need one but bought one as it's an awesome deal lol

Nice one op. Already have a aux cable but couldn't stop myself from buying (_;)

Bought, great for the car thanks OP

Aux to aux cables are old tech and cheap. Check eBay. I'd generally avoid coiled cables as they loose their 'spring' and lax over time

donslibi

Aux to aux cables are old tech and cheap.



What would you suggest for connecting aux to aux then?

Cheers, got tons of these already but couldn't resist. Need to stop browsing HUKD at this hour.

bought 2, cracking deal

When you can't find anything cheaper than Apple, you KNOW your deal radar needs a serious service. oO

Have some heat, ty

donslibi

. I'd generally avoid coiled cables as they loose their 'spring' and lax … . I'd generally avoid coiled cables as they loose their 'spring' and lax over time

rather than uncoiled ones that have no spring and are already lax?
You're comment makes no sense..

Hot! Needed one for the car, thanks

Nice find. Ordered one for the car even though I have a cheap one lying about (somewhere)! Have found Griffin a good make in the past.

Bought thanks!

Bought one Perfect for the car saved me having a long cable trailing all over the place

Thanks good shout

Great! Heat!

Gone up now. Have marked as expired....

Yes, in true eBay-seller style, they've put the price up after having received a lot of HUKD orders. Expired.

Lakeside

What would you suggest for connecting aux to aux then?



What I'm saying is, these cables can be found for much less (around £1) and will do the same job.

aeonf242

rather than uncoiled ones that have no spring and are already lax? You're … rather than uncoiled ones that have no spring and are already lax? You're comment makes no sense..



Funny how so many people liked this without thinking first... Go on I'll explain - when the coiled ones lose their spring, two things happen:

1. They effectively become much longer than you originally got used to them being, i.e. you now have a cable that is twice as long when stored / not in use (really annoying in the car for example).

2. They become loosely springy, if that makes sense, i.e. they are no good for wrapping / folding back on to themselves and laying flat in a tight space and so will form a messy curly bundle.

I'm reading way too much in to this, but it's silly that this got so hot before expiring when there are cables that will do a better job for half the price!

Edited by: "donslibi" 8th Jan 2014

Hope no-one else got burned with these, they are complete tat, broke off in my iphone immediately, not happy at all

Mine came really quickly, good quality too - definitely doesn't feel like it would snap. The way I'm using it means that the cable coming from the connector has to bend at an extreme angle (cheap bales usually snap straight away).

Really pleased.
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