USB Type C Cable,Covery USB C Cable 4 Pack (1x1ft,2x4ft, 1x6ft) Nylon Braided USB C to USB A Charger Cord (USB 2.0) for Samsung Galaxy S9 S8 Note 8,Apple New Macbook, Nexus 6P 5X,Google Pixel,LG G5 G6
ððCOMPATIBLE WITH:Work with the new USB Type-C devices such as Samsung Galaxy S9 / S8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus/S8+, LG G6,G5,V20, LG Nexus 5X , Huawei P9/P9 Plus, Huawei P10/P10 Plus, Huawei Mate 9, Mate 10 Pro, Google Nexus 5X ,Nexus 6P, Google Pixel, Google Chromebook Pixel, Lumia 950, Lumia 950XL, OnePlus 2,3,3T, ZTE Axon 7, Moto Z2 play, HTC 10, Nokia N1, Asus Zen AiO, Lenovo Zuk Z1, Nintendo Switch, 2015 Apple new MacBook with 12″ Retina Display and other usb type c cable device.
ð ð FEATURE: 1. The Maximum data transfer speed of 480Mbps , is the standard of USB 2.0. 2.Type-C interface socket size is about 8.3mm Ã 2.5mm slim design. 3. Support from both sides can be inserted “positive and negative insert” function, can withstand 10,000 times repeatedly plug. 4. Charging and Transmission Two in One
ððNYLON BRAIDED,EXTREME DURABILITY: High-quality nylon braided thread is tightly woven. With a tested 10000+ bend lifespan,the cables is more durable,wear-resistant and pull-resistant. Even the cables is easy to sort out,not to knot or tangle
ððWARRANTY: For 18 months after the date of purchase, we take care of all quality-related issues with a REPLACEMENT or REFUND. Pls contact our COVERY support team at the first time if you got the defective item.
ððWhat You Get: Covery 4 pack type-c cables (1x1ft,2x4ft, 1x6ft), ,1 waterproof bag. Different lengths combination meets all your demands in daily life and makes your life more convenient.
|Package Dimensions||9.2 x 3.6 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Item model number||TUSBCY-4|
1,539 customer reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
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#8 in Industrial & Scientific > Industrial Electrical > Wiring & Connecting > Cables & Interconnects > USB Cables
February 15, 2018
February 22, 2018
Update: after leaving a review I’ve received at least a dozen emails asking me to leave a review, and several offering to replace the product. Regret buying this product now since I’ve apparently signed up for a lifetime of spam.
March 3, 2018
Avoid these cables.
Update: Covery reached out to me and is actually doing a very commendable job to make it better. They are sending me new cables. I will test these and update this. I’ll leave the one-star until test the replacement cables.
Update2: I have shipping confirmation of the replacement cables. I will update once I receive them. They have promised me a refund after I update my review.
Update3: I have received the replacement cables. This will mean that I have seen 3 sets of these cables. NONE of them worked. The new ones didn’t work either. The issue is that the connector is too long and the pins don’t make a connection. The set of cables I got (and CAN recommend is Volutz) works every time. I compared the connectors on the two and the Volutz is about 1 mm shorter on the USB-C side. And that is the side that has trouble getting a connection. It isn’t going in deep enough to connect. So back to my original statement…they are MADE WRONG.
As a side note…They told me that if I updated my review to a positive review that they would refund my money. In my book, that is them trying to bribe me to write a better review. Avoid this item.
Giving it 2 stars mostly because it is an attractive-looking cable and very well presented and packaged. But for for my specific needs (speedy and reliable data transfer rates), it was a complete fail…
February 24, 2018
Update 2/27/18…I received an email from Covery. They offered a replacement set of cords at no charge. The customer service seems to be on the ball and very concerned with your satisfaction. I will report on the performance of the replacement set when I receive and use them. I have upgraded my rating from a two star to a three star because of the customer service.
Since this was the case across two separate shipments of cables from Covery, I can only assume that poor engineering and QA are the norm for this company.
November 27, 2017