Mamba 10-Foot Long Lightning Cable

Feb 11, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’ve ever needed to use your phone while it was charging up, you know the awkward contortions your head and body must make in these situations. While this does prepare you to dominate at Twister later on, it’s generally a suckfest in the present moment. Mamba Cable ($30) is here to kill that noise with its massive length.

This is a whopping 10-foot long charge and sync Lightning cable for your iPhone. Encased in a thick braided fabric to resist tangling, the durable construction means wear and tear won’t be an issue. Hell, play Twister while on the phone, why not? The Lightning connector and USB plug also feature sleek aerospace aluminum shells for bonus points in the support and style categories. [Purchase]

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