Phone cables made to last

Image Credit: MOS Official

Image Credit: MOS Official

If you are a seasoned Smartphone user like you’ve possibly by now managed to fray or damage the heads of the USB cable you use to both charge and sync your device somewhere along the life of your phones.

When it comes to devices like the iPhone, doing that several times across the phones lifespan can not only be tough on the cables you are using but your wallet…with every Apple approved cable costing at least $20 and Approved cables being the only ones that you can use on your phone.

The MOS Spring Lightning/MicroUSB cables aim to be the last cable you will ever need for your phones, guaranteeing that you will have a tough time being able to damage them and if you do manage it a lifetime warranty that asks no questions should you manage to break it.

What makes the cable stand out from the rest on the market is the fact strength has been factored into all parts of the cable with the connector heads being built from durable aluminium, connecting to the exoskeleton cable (the stuff you see on some HDMI cables)

Image Credit: MOS Official

Image Credit: MOS Official

through spring cable guards at the connector ends to prevent strain.

From real world tests by various reviewers and consumers they have stood up to tests conducted, with a functioning cable even after being ran over with a car tyre.

At the moment they are not available in stores here in Australia but you are able to buy them online from Sewell Direct at a cost of $22.50 for a Micro USB and $35.50 for a Lightning cable in a 1 metre version plus delivery just in time for Christmas if you order now.

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