Magbine Magnetic Charging Cable with Lightning and MicroUSB Connector

Using a unique Lightning and microUSB connector the Magbine magnetic charging cable works with Android and iOS devices, and magnetic design and braided cable prevent it from getting tangled. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.

Magbine Magnetic Charging Cable for Lightning and MicroUSB Devices

The Magbine is a durable and versatile charging cable that works with both Android and iOS devices. The charging cable measures 1.2 meters long, and as we can see from the images, the Magbine shows off a sleek and rugged appearance design along with two color options. The cable features a TPE braiding design which delivers an ultra strong construction, and it’s 20% longer than Apple’s official cable so you can more easily access to your device during charging.

Magbine Magnetic Charging Cable for Lightning and MicroUSB Devices

Furthermore, the aluminum alloy ends provide enhanced durability and premium looks, and the right angled ends allow you to comfortably use your device during charging or syncing. When not in use, the integrated magnets in the ends enable the cable to be easily organized.

More importantly, the charging cable also features a patent-granted connector that delivers both Lightning and microUSB tips so you can use it to connect with your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android devices or other microUSB devices. In addition, when connecting with your Apple devices, you don’t have to recognize the front or back side of the connector.

Magbine Magnetic Charging Cable for Lightning and MicroUSB Devices

The crowdfunding campaign for Magbine is ongoing on Kickstarter. Pledging HK$116 (approx US$15) will let you own the magnetic charging cable. It will be shipped in April 2017 (estimated).

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  1. soli 03/10/2017

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