Today I am going to review a charge and sync cable from a company called AUKEY® they combine the latest technologies with over a decade of hardware expertise to design and build solid, reliable consumer electronics and mobile tech accessories. They’re a team of techies with a common appreciation for the finer details and utility of great products. From USB-C accessories to smartphone lenses to Bluetooth audio products, they’re continuously developing and expanding their product portfolio to bring you practical, next generation tech to complement and elevate your digital lifestyle.
AUKEY is a top ranked global Amazon seller, and has distribution partners in over 50 countries throughout the Middle East, South East Asia, North and Eastern Europe, and Latin America. We’re committed to creating solid products backed by friendly, responsive service to delight our loyal customers around the world.
Product Name: AUKEY 6ft Braided USB-C to USB-C Cable
The packaging, comes in a small box, neatly packed inside is one USB C-USB C black braided cable, Instructions/specs which I don’t think you need and a #TechKey sticker which also serves as a customer support card on the back of sticker. There really isn’t too much to talk about on the box since Aukey is known for limited print on the box but there is also some contact info on the box but that’s about it besides a cool picture of the cable
This cable does have an identifying mark which is the AUKEY logo marked on each usb c end and on the velcro cable ties just like the previous cables I reviewed from them
As I’m writing and reviewing this cable I again compared it to my Anker USB C cable which I use for my hard drive dock this Aukey usb c cable is about the same as theirs but when I looked at both of them Aukey seemed to have reinforced the ends that usually frays so I was glad to see that improvement the ends are also made of metal like Anker as for price Aukey seems to have Anker beat at the moment when I checked for this post
So yes these charging cables are priced well but is it even worth it? I would say YES! if you want a durable and affordable usb -c charging and sync cable to last then some of the other discount cables available on the market