"Indestructible" ZUS Kevlar Charging Cable overfunded at Indiegogo, carries lifetime guarantee

You know the drill by now. Your cable is broken once again, and you can't charge your Android or iOS device. Smartphone withdrawal begins to hit as your battery starts dropping down to 0%, and your device is running on fumes. But it doesn't have to be this way. A rugged charging cable is currently in the process of getting funded on Indiegogo, and if it is as tough as advertised, it will be the last one you will ever need. Made from Kevlar, the material used on bulletproof vests, this cable can take everything that gets thrown at it and still perform.

The project is hugely over funded. Seeking $10,000, the amount raised thus far is over $200,000 and there is still a month remaining in the campaign. Those funding the ZUS Kevlar Charging Cable can purchase one for $15, which is 25% off  the $20 retail price of the accessory. Shipping will begin in July.

The cable's plug is placed at a 90-degree angle, which allows users to plug in even in tight spaces. And the use of nylon braiding helps prevent the cable from getting tangled. The manufacturer discovered that 4-feet is the perfect length for the product, which is available in three different versions. There is a model with a microUSB plug for Android devices, a model with the Lightning plug for Apple products, and one with a Type-C USB plug.

As tough as the ZUS Kevlar Charging Cable is, the manufacturer is offering a lifetime guarantee and stands ready to replace a cable that doesn't hold up under regular wear and tear. If you are interested in the ZUS Kevlar Charging Cable, click on the sourcelink and stop making those midnight drives to replace your broken smartphone cables.

source: Indiegogo



2. Jevon5

Posts: 60; Member since: Feb 15, 2016

But is it a fast charger...

5. Subie

Posts: 2424; Member since: Aug 01, 2015

This looks like just the cable. Chargers sold seperately.

6. WPX00

Posts: 511; Member since: Aug 15, 2015

Just because its just the cable doesnt mean it will support fast charging. Bought a 2.50 dollar cable online the other week branded "fast charging" surprise surprise it doesnt.

7. vincelongman

Posts: 5748; Member since: Feb 10, 2013

Not everything you buy online is legit, especially if dirt cheap Surprise surprise

3. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Is it the Type C verified as being trustable?

4. FlySheikh

Posts: 444; Member since: Oct 02, 2015

I pray it is.. Would love to own one

8. gersont1000

Posts: 473; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

I wouldn't pay $15 for a cable. I know that it's supposedly an indestructible one, but the only way I've had a cable go bad is when my pet chewed through it. The problem is always the connector somehow not fitting into the device and coming loose, or bending. I don't feel that this 'indestructible' design did anything for the connector.

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