Griffin 90cm Premium 3.5mm TRS Aux Cable
0.9M Griffin Premium 3.5mm (Male) to 3.5mm (Male) TRS Stereo Aux Cable, Flat, Tangle Free, White/Fluro Pink
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Colourful + Tangle-Free Audio Cable
Your mobile device makes a statement, with the wealth and variety of cases and accessories available for it. Now, your AUX cable can do the same. Griffin has upgraded the stodgy auxiliary audio cable with hot fluorescent colours. Available in Fluoro Fire Blue, Citron, Orange and Pink, this is the AUX cable that will surely stand out among the rest. This AUX cable is more useful than most, boasting a flat cross-section to resist tangling. Each cable is 3-feet (0.9 m) in length, which is perfect for connecting to the AUX-in port of your car stereo, the mic jack in your home entertainment system, and all kinds of headphone jacks, everywhere.
• Tangle Free.
• 3 feet (0.9m).
|Connector From||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
|Connector To||3.5mm TRS Jack (Male)|
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