ZUS Kevlar Charging Cable

May 18, 2016

Category: Tech

What use is a charging cable, really, if it just frays after a couple years of use. They’re too short to be used as jump-ropes, and they’re not stretchy enough to pull back and fire at a co-worker during a heated office war. If you have a ZUS Kevlar cable, however, you don’t have to worry about those kinds of questions, because they’ll simply never stop working.

According to the nerds at TUV testing labs in Germany these chords can be bent at 180 degrees up to 15 thousand times before they show a crease in the outer nylon braiding. The reason for that? The ZUS cable has Dupont Kevlar running through it, along with a tough nylon exterior and PVC liner. In addition to a tough exterior, this cable will come in either microUSB, lightning cables, or USB-A, B or C for MacBooks so you can get a great cable no matter what type of device you are using. Zus is so confident in their product that they’re offering a lifetime warranty when you pick up one of their cables. Prices start at just $15. [Purchase]

Zus Kevlar Charging Cable 01

Zus Kevlar Charging Cable 1

Zus Kevlar Charging Cable

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