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CableLinx Elite Premium Braided Cables

CableLinx Elite Premium Braided Cables

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Has anyone tried theese with a newr One+ phone (5t, 6)? Will they work properly with dash charging?
Rajraj
3.0A is the max current these cables will allow to pass through, which will still allow fast charging, just slightly slower.
Does the USB-C to USB-C cable have 56k resistor? Also, is this USB 3.1 or older version?
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Thanks.
WantStuff
The Type-C to Type-C does not have a resistor.
anyone have any experience with these? How do these compare to the amazon brands? TIA
furba77
I have one of these cables and I love it! Very durable - comparing it to amazon, I actually like the look of these better with the metallic end!
Will the USB-C to USB-C charge a MacBook pro? (How many watts is this capable of running through it?) I know some are only 45W, some are 65W and some go up to 100W please let me know. :)
Poblopuablo
The USB-C to USB-C will allow up to 27W to pass through.
Are these flexible or rigid?
silverthornne
The CableLinx Elite cables are a flexible threaded cable with slight rigidity to them. I know that's probably not the answer you're looking for, so I attached images below hopefully explaining this better.
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2$ extra for a normal USB A to lightning connector?
Calaverasgrande
Hello Russ, thanks for reaching out! That is correct, the CableLinx Lightning MFi cables (and USB-C to USB-C Cables) are an additonal $2.00 compared to the Micro to USB-A and USB-C to USB-A cables.
Calaverasgrande
Yep, Apple makes everyone pay a fee for cables to be tested and certified by them. The increase in price is due to those fees.
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