Hey! This is pretty nice! Amazon sells a 4-inch Lightning cable for $12.99. Easy to store, easy to take with you!
I didn’t know this until recently, but apparently if you’re in the market for a cheap and reliable Lightning cable alternative to Apple’s own offering, you can pick up an AmazonBasics Lightning Cable for $15. Free shipping with Prime. Can’t beat that.
I can vouch for these AmazonBasics USB 2.0 Extension Cable as being totally worth their money. They are thick cables (not some cheap extender that will rip open when you accidentally bend the cable too much) and they definitely carry enough power to charge a power-hungry USB-charged device like the iPhone/iPad. The 10-foot cable is […]
Dang, when did AmazonBasics release this?! Looks so nice! I wonder if the tactile feedback is worthy of it’s $44 price.
So those AmazonBasics AA batteries I posted about recently…they’re pretty cool. You can get some here. They aren’t anything special, except that they’re wrapped in Amazon packaging which I guess is sorta cool.
I don’t really believe that one brand of battery is better than another. I’m pretty certain almost all of them are made in the same fashion with different branding and packaging. Plus, batteries are so cheap nowadays that it’s better to just buy in bulk and change them often (if necessary). So it was a […]