Armoured Lightning Cable for iPhone and iPad

We’ve all heard that branded cables from Apple are very unreliable: they wear out too fast, lose their market condition and stop functioning properly. Every iPhone or iPad user has come across such a problem. In this case we have to look for alternatives to cables from Apple and this time we’re going to tell you about the Lightning cable called Armour Charge from the company Fuse Chicken.

We start with the materials it was made from. Armour Charge is braided with steel wires, so it’s solid and reliable. Despite this metal braiding, the cable is quite flexible and it easily changes its shape. Plugs on both ends of the cable are encased into metal caps and there are four rubber seals on the cable base. All these features will assure you that the cable will serve you well for a long time. Both connectors (Lightning and USB Type-A) look very well made and provide stable charging.

Armour Charge is considered by Fuse Chicken to be a perfect traveller’s companion. With a big power bank it can keep an iPhone working even in difficult conditions. And it’s just as practical for everyday use at home. It’s compact, stylish and doesn’t scratch anodized aluminium that covers the latest iPhones, iPads and Macs.

The Armour Charge has some obvious advantages and will be a great choice for people who lead an active lifestyle and spend a lot of time with their iPhone or iPad.
And with its reliability and durability, this cable won’t disappoint.

Armour Charge is considered by Fuse Chicken

Armour Charge is considered by Fuse Chicken

2 Comments on Armoured Lightning Cable for iPhone and iPad

  1. Tony Davies // 04.01.2017 at 01:13 // Reply

    How much are your armoured iPhone cables?

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  2. Richard // 04.01.2017 at 01:17 // Reply

    We do not sell products

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