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V3 Plugies for Android and iPhone

V3 Plugies for Android and iPhone

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Would not recommend. You've got to get the magnet lined up just right for it to make a connection. A slight breeze will screw it up. This means that you can leave your phone to charge and come back in a few hours to find it hasn't charged at all. And forget about trying to transfer data for the same reason, the connection will break. And forget about trying to use your phone while it is charging. This was a major disappointment. Since maglock chargers already exist for other products I didn't think I was rolling the dice on some "new untested" tech, and so I was very surprised at how crappy this one was.
Does this support power delivery (PD)?
what ??????? V3 Plugies for Android and iPhone and you can only choose between usb-c and usb mini ???????
Is USB 3 supported? I want two extra diff pairs and capable of charging MBP, not just the plug shape.
Does the usb-c version of this support quick charge?
Dr.McCoy
I just received mine, and yes, it does.
Wow. I can't believe you all, 30 years after I would have bought one, finally started shipping type-c models.
Does anyone know if these exist for mini-usb? I'd love one for my keyboard.
I bought a mess of these on Amazon for under $10 a pop. I used them as stocking stuffers, gave everyone two sets each. They work, but admittedly feel pretty cheap. I'm kinda shocked to see them here for $18 each.
This looks identical to the device from some folks on kickstarter that stiffed ALL the contributors. Took the money and went to market without fulfilling contributor orders.
atm_wrecr
yup, I was one of those backers, but since then there have been a LOT of clones
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These are rebranded on amazon, and they aren’t worth getting. It really let me down starting the day I went on an interna trip. The connectors get crusty and worn After a few months, and then devices can’t recognize it. It causes the phone to sound off every few seconds like it just reconnected after the battery is fully charged.
This product should have been mastered in the 90s, but this product should not be bought.
ZiMugen
I would say that yours failed as they were a cheap knock off of this product. I have been using actual pluggies for over a year now with absolutely no issues. The cables and connectors surely do not look or feel cheap. @jswagnerThis is also a version 3 of this cable which is fairly new.
B.Hutch@AKRacing
Yeah? I’ll do a little more digging On the concept. Thanks for the distinction.
Still, there’s no excuse in 2018 for this not be a commonplace item with all of its problems corrected.
bought this and it was complete crap.... didnt work
If I didn't know any better, I would say my cable was previously used. There were some kinks in the cable, some type of adhesive on the connector, something just didn't seem right.
Aside from that, it functions well. I got it specifically for an old phone that has a flaky USB connector. This cable allows me to not put any additional wear and tear on the port from plugging/unplugging. The cable itself is definitely a little thinner and flimsier than I am used to not sure how durable it will be in the long run. But it works for what I use it for.
Kerns9000
Do you know which version you got?
People still use iPhones?
Why?
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my current record of a good android device is 0 for 7. Technically 8 if you include Android enulators on a decently spec’d computer.
RundleSG
2/2) than android devices 1/2) Because they work better
i bought the cable exactly like this from my local store (Miniso) for like 7$ each its 2 meter
Again this drop, again no lightning plug...
At least edit the title and the mail you send...
ulayera
They never do. If there's a new drop on the same item, they just continue the same listing and comments.
Bought these with the previous drop, bought the plug+cable and an extra cable. After some insertion issues(I had to clean my lightning port on my phone) it worked perfectly. I have only two problems with the product myself and both aren't really dealbreakers anyway. The first is that when the connector comes under an angle it get's lose pretty quickly and loses connection through that so you have to ensure the connector is on a flat surface. My second issue is the bright blue LED that get's turned on when power runs through the cord, sure it's useful, but as someone who uses it's phone as alarm and has it charging overnight it can be pretty annoying since the LED is very bright.
outside that perfect product!
how tall is the plug itself? i have a very thin laptop, and would like to know it it would keep the laptop from laying down flat?
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then it's probably just a bit thicker or about as thick as your laptop, with such a thin laptop it's quite hard to get something that's thinner, but my current bet is that it shouldn't be much of an issue.
th145
in that case, ill have to pass on it, I wouldn't want to buy it then have it make it so that my laptop didn't lay flat
what does this mean with high-speed charging? Is it QC compatible, and if so what version 2.0 or 3.0?
Haby001
the plug is able to transfer data as well as power, and will work with any quickcharging phone
Haby001
Don't count on it charging properly or actually transferring data as it should... both of the cords I got failed miserably. 23% charge in 4 hours with my phone being off.
I wanted to buy a usb type c version for almost a year now. Since the disappearance of the headphone jack, this is no longer something I find useful.
Will this work with a Otterbox on a IPhone 6S?
Where is lightning plus choice?
Will these be compatible with the plugies USB c drop from a couple weeks ago?
I do not see a choice for lightning plug...
No lightning plug...
For context, I use an iPhone 7 with a Speck Presidio case. The little magnetic adapter fit perfectly with this case and almost made it a solid unit. Almost.
First off, there was a slight angle on the surface of the magnetic connection that made the plug bend off at an angle that made it look super dodgy.
The blue LED is great but way too bright for a dark room; a little diffuse would be nice. Also, when you leave the cord in for an extended amount of time, it starts to flicker.
Sometimes the connection was a bit hit and miss. Looking closer at the connection, the concave design of the pin contacts on the adapter part seemed to attract a lot of dust and even a bit of rust.
Lastly, the charger seems to be causing my phone to heat up a fair bit. Like, to the point where holding the bottom of my part was not comfortable. I've tried other cables and it seems to be an issue with this specific cable.
All in all, I'd avoid this one. Magnets and whatever may seem cool but this one is a pricey regret. I'd go with some of Plugies more solid offerings of stainless steel cables which have so far served me well, have a fair bit of weight and don't make my phone feel like a blazing hot mess.
ordered them I guess I made a mistake but I got the iPhone ones not the Android -_-
Who still uses microUSB or Lightning cables?!? Get with the USB-C program.
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I know. I'm mainly just jabbing them a bit for not offering the eventually upcoming standard, USB-C. After all this is supposed to be a site that offers the latest & greatest of niché markets. Right?
ZUUL42
true and more then fair, especially if you look through earlier comments and there has been an USB-C option available!
Why the hell do these keep coming back?!?!?!?
These stink. I ordered three, one of them didn't work (The pins are spring loaded to make the connections and it is stuck.) One of the type c parts that goes into your phone fell apart and I had to remove it with pliers. These also do not support quick charging (for me this is the most disappointing thing). I'd rather have spent more for a better product.
These are absolute garbage, got my two cords for Iphone and they cords didn't even work. Tried multiple outlets and charging blocks, still nothing. No wonder they are dirt cheap on their own website.