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Deals: Titan Travel MFi-Certified Lightning Cables at 24% off

Titan Travel MFi-Certified Lightning Cable

Today’s featured deal is perfect for anyone who needs a fast and convenient way to charge their iPad, but who doesn’t want to worry about tangled cords getting in the way.  The Titan Travel MFi-Certified Lightning Cable is a convenient option for those times when you need an extended charging solution.  For a limited time you can purchase your own Titan Travel Cable at a savings of 24% off.  It’s a great deal that will run you only $22.49 – instead of the standard price of $29.95.  Here’s some info about The Titan Travel Cable and how you can take advantage of this deal while it lasts…

Life moves pretty fast, if your charging cable snags, wears, or tangles, you’re gonna miss it. Titan Travel charging cables are built tough and designed never to tangle. Two layers of flexible, high-strength steel protect your industrial-grade cabling so anywhere you go, you’ll know your charging cable is up to the challenge.

  • Keep your devices safe w/ MFi certification
  • Loop to your keychain, belt loop, bag, etc.
  • Easily extend to your USB port & plug in
  • Enjoy durability of industrial strength steel
  • Avoid dealing w/ frayed ends & damaged connector housings
  • Carry in your backpack, briefcase or purse w/o taking up too much space

To see more details, and to place an order, visit this iPad Insight Deals page.

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Scosche’s Retractable Lightning Cable Looks Perfect For Daily Commuting

Scosche retractable lightning cable

I’ve taken to tying my Lightning cable up before putting it in my bag, but what I really should invest in is a retractable Lightning cable like this one from Scosche (which I read about on Tools and Toys).

I’ve purchased a few retractable 30-pin cables for myself from various sources over the years, and paying for quality in a cable does seem to make a difference. The cheap $3–5 cables I’ve bought from places like Monoprice or USBFever.com do work, but they just don’t have nearly the same level of click and polish. The default price is $25, but you can get it for as little as $15 on Amazon depending on the sale.

I’d also note that I think these retractable cables are plain superior to having a long Lightning cable in your bag. You save space, save any hassle of tangles, and the cables usually extend far enough for me to use wall chargers and laptop USB ports without any issue.

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