[Review]Paracable are a colourful addition to your cable collection

So, I don't know about you, but I have a slew of cables.  I end up getting lots of accessories out there, and just about every one comes with one of those simple short microUSB cables that isn't long enough, or doesn't pass through QuickCharge.  Well if you're tired of those monotone cables here's an option for you that's not too hard on the bank book ... Paracable.


They come in either 1m or 1.5m (right now on sale for $16USD and $18USD respectively), so definitely enough room on the 1.5 for you to move around on the couch or bed and not have to just sit at the arm rest or hang on  the edge of the bed to get power while you want to read or whatnot.

Each is assured to work with just about any microUSB connection out there and they pass through the QuickCharge 2.0 from my wall warts to my devices

They also come wrapped in '32 bit' paracord (not sure what the 32 bit refers to) which as they say makes it "Baxter proof" (i.e. their cat) and gives it a very durable feel while retaining its flexibility.

I don't feel bad letting my son use the cord and he often holds his phone so it sits on the bend in the cable (*shudder*).

Now the cords come in assorted lengths, but also in varying colour styles, like Gecko (a green and black colour pattern), 1.21 Giggawatts to look like the colours from the flux capacitor, etc... what's weird is that only the continuum and glacier come in 1.5m (why not offer all options at both lengths?).

Another funny part is that the plastic baggie they come in is resealable... so it can double as a phone holder for you when it rains!

Anyhow, it's a nice addition to my cables and lets them stand out and easy to find and definitely some peace of mind around knowing that they're more durable than just some 'thrown in the box' accessory cable.

Check out the link below to get a 10% off coupon on your purchase, and if you live in the US and buy 2 or more you apparently will get free shipping (why is it so expensive to ship in Canada?)


Source:  https://paracable.com/pages/paracable-promo-code



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