Adam Elements Black Reversible 20cm Micro USB/Lightning Cable
Adam Elements Lightning/MicroUSB Cable Du-Plug Flip 20, 0.2m, Black, Apple MFi Certified, for iPhone/iPad/Smartphones
Intelligent connector works in either direction! The latest AdamLine Reversible USB Cable Series launched by Adam Elements will save you the trouble of identifying the top or bottom of a USB connector, as it allows you to plug it in from both directions without damaging the port. Using the latest Apple Lightning Connector, the cable is compatible with the latest iPhones. Features This is the USB cable that will end your frustrations
Reversible USB connector allows plugging in any direction.
Apple MFi certified
All AdamLine Cable Series products are Apple MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad) certified and fully compatible with Phone 6/6Plus/5S/5, iPad Air and iPad Mini. Synchronization and charging functions are supported. Latest Apple connector allows you to keep your phone case on during use, making it even more convenient. AdamLine - your choice for a hassle-free connection.
Thoughtful Design to meet diverse demands
Lightning Cable Du-Plug Flip 20: The 20 cm cable with Lightning & Micro-USB 2 in 1 design makes it easy to plug in and remove, and fulfills the charging and transmission demands of users on both iOS and Android systems. It is also compatible with mobile chargers.
Strong and durable reinforced connector
Cables made of inferior materials are easily broken when plugged in or removed, and run the risk of short circuits. AdamLine uses reinforced cables and designs, ensuring that the connector is strong and durable.
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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