10 foot charging cable

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Stretch your dollars and your charging cable at the same time.

Apple makes great phones—but cables? Not so much. The included chargers seem to break after a few months’ use, and they’re barely long enough to reach across your desk.

The MFi-certified 10-foot Lightning cable will put them to rest, so you can move on to fretting about other things. Like the NSA, or the fact that NES is making us wait to buy the classic edition game console.

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This charging cable offers all the length you’ll ever need to comfortably charge your iPhone from a distance. It’s compatible with all other Lightning devices as well. And the cable is markedly thicker than Apple’s original, making it much more durable and harder to tangle.

You’ll be able to quickly charge your device via any USB power supply, and rest assured it’s safe thanks to the cable’s MFi certification (Apple’s official safety guarantee). And though the cable is long, it coils up very compactly--making it easy to tote around.

The XL MFi-certified 10-foot Lightning cable usually retails at $40, but we're feeling generous, so you can order now for $19.99 with free U.S. shipping. International shipping is just $4 more. Buy it here

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