Tripp Lite’s new line of heavy-duty USB cables could be a game-changer in the way in which you charge and sync electronic devices. Read on to find out why.
They’re made from the same stuff as Kevlar
These ultra-strong cables have UHMWPE and Aramid fiber construction designed for applications requiring extra durability. This addresses the need for USB cables that withstand frequent and rigorous use, including on-the-go charging and data transfer.
UHMWPE is a thermoplastic polyethylene with high abrasion resistance. Aramid is the same kind of synthetic fiber found in bulletproof vests and flame-resistant clothing. These materials can endure intense punishment.
The fact that the nylon-braided tangle-free cables are made from the same kind of material the military uses is impressive, but what does that mean for the ordinary consumer? Chances are you won’t be in a situation where your cables need to be flame resistant or bulletproof.
These cables can survive almost any level of punishment
Cats and dogs can chew on them. You can bend and stretch them, while constantly plugging and unplugging them throughout the day. You can accidentally run them over. You can even expose them to high temperatures, such as leaving them in the car on a warm day, without fear of damage. These cables are able to withstand nearly anything, short of being physically dismantled. Which means they can easily stand up to the strain and abuse you put your USB cables through on a daily basis.
Use them with Apple, Android and Google devices
These USB‑A cables support several different USB connectors, including Lightning, USB‑C and USB Micro‑B. That means you can connect one of these nearly indestructible cables to a MacBook, Chromebook, iPad, iPhone, digital camera, wall or car charger and many other devices.
Order cables as long as 10 feet
Not only are these charging cables with UHMWPE and bulletproof Aramid fiber construction ultra strong, but they are also capable of giving devices plenty of range while charging. They are available in lengths from one to 10 feet, which can charge a webcam or hook up a MacBook with some flexibility.
Ordinary cables aren’t like this
It’s frustrating when a USB cord suddenly breaks, and you’re stuck without a way to charge a device. Say goodbye to that forever with these durable cables. If someone put too much strain on an ordinary USB cable, chances are it would start fraying. But not these cables.
They are the solution to many common problems you may face while charging your devices on the go, and they are worth trying out for yourself.