This $22 Indiegogo-funded charging cable eliminates clutter

The InCharge Charging Cable supports Lightning, USB-C and micro-USB devices, delivers 100W ultra-fast charging and offers fast data transfer.

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The The InCharge Charging Cable.

Our mobile devices are a core part of our life. Whether for work or play, we're so dependent on smartphones, tablets and headphones that it's hard to live without them. That also means that losing power at an important moment can feel catastrophic.

That’s why we carry charging cables wherever we go, but if you buy a separate cord for every new device, you’ll quickly find yourself swimming in clutter. Cable management doesn’t have to be difficult, especially when options like the InCharge Charging Cable exist.

Despite measuring under three inches, the InCharge Charging Cable offers a versatile number of ports. This Indiegogo-funded cord allows you to connect, transfer files and charge compatible devices using its integrated Lightning, USB, USB-C and micro-USB connectors. It’s compatible with Apple's 18W fast-charging standard and can support up to 100W of power delivery for USB-C devices. Don’t have a standard outlet readily available? The InCharge even lets you use your phone or tablet as a portable power source.

Beyond its charging capabilities, the InCharge also supports extremely fast data transfer speeds at up to 480Mbps. It’ll also power up devices when it syncs up with a laptop. Plus, the InCharge is built with reinforced materials like nylon and heat-resistant aramid fiber, allowing it to withstand everyday use.

Whether you’re traveling or going off the grid for a while, all you need is a single cord to ensure all of your phones, tablets, laptops and portable consoles are constantly powered with whatever port they require. Treat yourself to the InCharge Charging Cable, now just $22 for a limited time.

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