You depend on your iPhone and/or iPad and use it for hours on end almost every day. Which means you use your Lightning cables almost every day. And it doesn’t take long before you begin to notice it. The telltale signs of wear and tear on those cables. Fraying of the cable ends, cracking of the connector, and finally, in far too many cases, complete cable failure.
While Apple will usually replace the cable, it means wasting valuable time on a trip to the Apple Store only to have to repeat the process in what could be only a matter of weeks. Wasted time, wasted gas, and a lot of frustration.
But at last, there is a solution to this annoying problem, the Nomad Lightning cable. No soft rubber and brittle plastic here. Apple certified, military grade Nomad cables are constructed with braided ballistic nylon for maximum durability and flexibility. The RF shielding has been double reinforced to insure rapid syncing of your precious data. Nomad cables use heavy 20 AWG copper wiring for extremely fast charging times. And Nomad surrounds this cabling with a thick moisture barrier to keep the elements out, like spilled coffee for instance.
Nomad is very big on small details. Take, for example, the custom designed cable tie. It is composed of sillicone rubber and is built directly into the cable so you won’t have to ever worry about it sliding off and getting lost.
Nomad believes this is the last Lightning cable you will ever need and they back up their claims with a 5-year guarantee. Yes, I said 5 years. Nomad Lightning cables can be purchased in lengths of 1.5 meters (5 feet) or 3 meters (10 feet). For more information, you can visit their website at hellonomad.com. But I’d hurry, before you lose another Lightning cable.
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