Convenient Cable Twin Pack
One 3.3ft and one 6.6ft USB-A to USB-C cable to connect your existing USB-A and new USB-C devices. Satisfy your charging requirements with an extra-long 6.6ft cable that’s great for convenient charging at home and a 3.3ft cable that’s compact for easier everyday use on-the go. Transfer data between your USB-C phone or tablet and your USB-A computer with maximum data transfer speeds of 480Mbps.
Charge compatible devices at up to 5V 3A. Fast and future-proof charging technology for the latest-generation USB-C devices. Easy connection for power with the small, reversible connector.
Easy Cable Management
Each cable has a small hook and loop fastening strap tethered to it, keeping the cable neat & tidy for easy storage in your bag or drawer. No frustrating mess or tangle troubles when you reach for the cable.
Extensive Device Compatibility
Compatible with Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+, Google Pixel, LG G5, HTC 10, Apple MacBook, Google Chromebook Pixel, Dell XPS 15, HP Elite x2, and many more. Supports Qualcomm Quick Charge and Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging. Also compatible with Thunderbolt 3.
– Adaptive Fast Charging supported for Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ with original Samsung S8 charger or a Quick Charge 2.0/3.0 certified charger.
-Rapid charge not supported for Nexus 6P/5X, Google Pixel / Pixel XL, OnePlus 3T/3, Moto Z, and Nintendo Switch.
-This cable doesn’t charge MacBooks. Please use the original MacBook charging cable (or equivalent) to charge MacBooks.
What’s in the box
- AUKEY CB-CMD27 One 6.6ft USB 2.0 A to C Cable
- One 3.3ft USB 2.0 A to C Cable
- User Manual
- 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty Card
Boundle cables are really very interesting considering the price at which you can buy them. Let’s go find them together:
Analyzing them from an aesthetic point of view, I can say that they are really good cables, made entirely of plastic with a velcro lanyard that allows us to keep the order in order. The dimensions are great for any situation, in fact with the 1m cable we can use our devices around the world without jamming too much, while the 2m cable may be a bit too exaggerated for outdoor so it’s best for home use.
Analyzing them at a practical and functional level I can say that the cables are really good even if they are only USB 2.0 and not 3.0.
Good loading and transfer times (also using a special adapter)