Pick Up Anker's Braided USB-C To USB-A Cables For $4 Each At Amazon

Anker is discounting a pair of braided USB-C to USB-A cables today, bringing it down to just $7.97 or less than $4 each. This is when you clip the 5-percent off coupon on the page. There's no promo code here, just clip the code on the page, and the price drops down to $7.97.

These are braided cables from Anker, which are stronger than the regular plastic coated cables. Why is this important on a cable? If you have kids or pets, you're going to want these stronger cables. They can take more bends, and can also withstand chewing from kids and pets. They are available in three colors: black, red and gray.

Anker is discounting its 6-foot long cables, and getting them for under $4 is a steal actually. These are super long and are great for using at a desk or next to your bed, where you'll want that extra length. These also support fast charging, but now USB-C PD, since these are USB-C to USB-A cables and not USB-C to USB-C. So it's physically impossible.

If you just picked up a new smartphone, these are cables you are going to want to pick up. You can grab these Anker cables from Amazon using the link down below. Remember to clip the 5-percent off coupon on the page.

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