Who here hates how easily their iPhone cables fray, split, or break? I can’t tell you how many charging cables I have gone through now. Once my dog chewed through the cable, but 9 times of of 10 the part that gives out first is right near the connectors. Thank heavens we discovered the strongest cable on Earth, the Titan cable, from [FUSE]Chicken.
The Titan cable is an industrial grade cable, wrapped in two layers of flexible, high-strength steel. Even the USB connectors are created to withstand the test of time, as they are permanently sealed with a single piece housing over the cable. So in short, this cable is incredibly durable.
We actually own the Titan cable, and a couple other [FUSE]Chicken products, ourselves. Let me take a moment review my experience with each of these products:
Titan cable: $35
When you hold the Titan cable for the first time you don’t expect it to be as heavy as it is. Not heavy as in you won’t want to lug it around sort of way. It just feels like a quality steel cable.
It is deceivingly flexible. Though don’t expect it to be as flexible and easy to wrap up as your standard cable. You kind of have to work to keep a nice tight coil for storing it.
The plastic housing around the USB connectors are on there to stay. Though we haven’t owned the cable long, I can’t see how it would ever fray near the connectors.
Even though it costs $15 bucks more than the original charging cable Apple sells, this guy will save you from buying another cable down the road when your flimsy Apple one gets damaged.
Bobine iPhone Dock: $35
This charging dock is made of the exact same material as the Titan cable. It is incredibly strong.
My favorite part about this charging dock is the ability to pose and shape the steel cable. Plug it into your computer, pose the cable, and have your iPhone charging and easily displayed next to you while you work.
I was surprised how strong the cable was, as the cable never drooped from the weight of the phone being placed on top.
The only frustrating thing is that I have to take my case off my iPhone any time I want to put it on the dock. But you will run into that for most charging docks like this.
Titan Loop: $30
The Titan Loop is a tiny version of the Titan cable, with a place to connect the two ends together to make a loop.
It is perfect for hanging on your bag or using it as a key chain since it is so durable. That way you always have a charging cable handy.
So far, I love these products. The prices are affordable and they are made to last. Go to www.fusechicken.com to see all their products and pick up some for yourself!