Third Party Lightning Cable

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  1. kurves

    kurves New Member

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    Hi,


    I recently bought a few fuse chicken Armour Charge cables from BTB (that I am really happy with as they come with lifetime warranty) and as I opened the box, there was a sticker saying I needed to register it online within 90 days of purchase, to receive the warranty. Does this apply only in the USA?

    The store clerk only asked me to keep the receipt for the warranty, but i'm not sure he was aware of the notice inside. so, Do I need to do the online registration for warranty to cover my purchase or do i need to just keep the BTB receipt and I’ll be fine, (which in this case says BoxTalks Inc.)

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. kid_kulit

    kid_kulit New Member

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    Using a lightning cable from miniso after my original apple cable was unusable. So far so good. Cable is more thick.
     
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  3. Shinahashirome

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    Leblanc cables are a good buy that costs 500 bucks. They say it is MFi certified so bought it 6 months ago. Still works and works great!

    Also have the Fuse Chicken Titan and Titan Loop. The longer Titan has become a nuisance to me due to it's rigidity. The shorter one is great for charging with a powerbank!
     
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  4. junzo13

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    Has anyone tried the lightning cables from hoco? They seem to be inexpensive, plus I'm eyeing their lightning to lightning/aux converter.
     
  5. Leeger

    Leeger Active Member

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    Anker cables are really good!
     
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    potpot2 Well-Known Member

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    Where can we get them?
     
  7. Leeger

    Leeger Active Member

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    You can order online
    https://www.anker.com.ph
    or they have some kiosk around the mall. I do there's one in glorietta near the bridge connecting to SM. Also there are other shops that are authorized distributors. You can find them here
    https://www.anker.com.ph/where-to-buy/
    I suggest get the Powerline+ line up they are nylon braided and have superb quality. Well worth it's price.
     
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  8. mojacko

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    Hi also have the Fuse Chicken Titan and I'm satisfied with it. But where can I buy the Leblanc cables?
     
  9. mojacko

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    Bought hoco lightning cable instead as there one near the office. Will let you know if it's good or not.
     
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  10. Shinahashirome

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    You can buy them at that price in kimstore or their pop-up store technopop. Landmark and globe also have those cables but are almost twice as expensive
     
  11. mojacko

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    Hi thanks for the reply. Just bought the hoco lightning cable instead as there is a digibabe store near the office that sells them.
     
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  12. nyao0124

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    I'm using Jumpu braided cable with micro USB with built in lightning port adaptor. It works well with my X and is really helpful for charging my bluetooth headphones and powerbank with just one cable and charging brick.
     
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    Mumuso also has a lightning cable. Around 2m for P150. I used one for my S7 before. Works well too.
     
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    Has anyone here tried the magnetic charging cables? The one where you insert the lightning tip then the cable has magnet on the other end? I'm curious about it.
     
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  15. teleclem

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    Anker has been reliable for me. I use them for all my cables.

    I've had one break before (micro usb cable) and they replaced it for free.
     
  16. ice

    ice PhilMUG Addict Member

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    Znaps? (my wife thinks its a waste of my $$)
     
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    Im not sure. Saw one from Lazada, Magneto.
     
  18. raze19

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    alternative MFI certified cables : Anker, Thanotech (dirt cheap last thanks giving ) and new favorite miniso
     
  19. frequenzy

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    are miniso cables also mfi certified?
     
  20. Shinahashirome

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    If it's not in the packaging, then it isn't I guess. Same with Mumuso and notorious CD-R King
     

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