Le Cord Textile Charging Cables

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Armed with the slogan “Makers of Fine Textile Cables,” the Stockholm, Sweden based team at Le Cord has been re-thinking the way we look at the modern day charging cable. Rather than an accessory we toss into a drawer, keeping out of sight, the Le Cord Textile Cables were meant to complement your workspace or home.

The brand produces cables that are wrapped in materials like braided leather and rope to wood, and even include silver and gold options to match your iPhone. And while they are gorgeous aesthetically, each cable has also been certified and approved by Apple themselves, using all original parts and components from the Cupertino-based tech giant. Each tangle-free cord can stretch up to a meter in length, and was designed to work with nearly all of Apple’s products. [Purchase]

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