Scosche Micro USB Cables: Something for Everyone

You can never have too many charging cables, and nothing beats having a variety of good ones. Scosche has several that will keep your Android or Windows devices powered up and ready to go!

Scosche Micro USB Cables: Something for Everyone

The FlatOut LED

If you like to be able to keep an eye on your device as it charges, to make sure that it doesn’t stay plugged in after charging is complete, the FlatOut LED is for you. Available in 10″, 3′ or 6′ lengths, the FlatOut LED has a light on the microUSB end that will glow red while charging and blue once charging is complete.

Scosche Micro USB Cables: Something for Everyone

The cable is very well made, and it’s not flimsy like so many OEM cables are. Even better, it has the Scosche EXTIP!

With the FlatOut™ equipped with the new Scosche® EZTIP™, you can plug into your Micro-USB port devices either way. No need to worry about which direction you insert the Micro connector. This side up or that, you can connect the cable in either direction.

The FlatOut LED Charge and Sync cable for Micro USB Devices comes in black, blue, or white, and it’s $12.99 for the 10″ version, $17.99 for the 3′ version, and $19.99 for the 6′ version.

 

The SyncAble HD

The 10′ long SyncAble Micro is a heavy-duty cable that has reinforced ends that will never fray or twist.

Scosche Micro USB Cables: Something for Everyone

The SyncAble Charge & Sync cable features:

  • High Current Cable for Fastest Charging Possible
  • Rugged Strain Relief for Enhanced Durability

Being 10′ long, this cable will be perfect for those of you who like to stay plugged in while reading on your device or cable. It’s perfect for Android and Windows phones, and it will also work with Kindles or any other microUSB device.

The SyncAble HD Charge and Sync cable for Micro USB Devices comes in black or white, and it’s $19.99.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review sample

 


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Judie Lipsett Stanford
I've had a fascination with all types of gadgets and gizmos since I was a child, beginning with the toy robot that my grandmother gave my brother - which I promptly "relieved him of" in 1973. I'm a self-confessed gadget magpie. I can't tell you how everything works, but I'm known world-wide for using a product until I have a full understanding of what it does, what its limitations are, and if it excels in any given area ... or not.