Get 40% Off This 10 Foot MFi Certified Lightning Cable

When it comes to tech, Apple seems to get most things right. However, I think you'll agree they have no idea how to make a Lightning cable of a practical length. So we made a 10ft one, and got it MFi certified. Now, Lifehacker readers can grab one for $21.99 – over 40% off.

It's probably not the most exciting accessory we've ever covered, but if you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you'll know having a spare is a good idea (but you don't want to go too cheap and get a non-MFi certified cable). At 10ft, you won't need to hover over an outlet to read your email. Plus, ours comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and free shipping.

At the moment, our Lightning cable has 47% off, making it $21.99. Check out the link to grab one, or scroll down for a closer look.

>> Get 47% off the StackSocial 10ft MFi-certified Lightning cable

[Note: The US version of this product is sold out, but it's still available internationally. Check out other deals on Gear from StackSocial here. Specifically, you can get 33% off the Doxie One portable scanner, or 25% off a high end Fixie bike from Sole.]

Get 40% Off This 10 Foot MFi Certified Lightning Cable

Get 40% Off This 10 Foot MFi Certified Lightning Cable

If you're unsure, here's a handy list of Lightning-compatible devices:

  • iPhone Models: iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5S
  • iPad Models: iPad w/Retina display, iPad Mini, iPad Mini w/Retina display, and iPad Air
  • iPod Models: iPod Nano 7th Generation and iPod Touch 5th Generation

Shipping is free to the continental US; you can also get this deal internationally, but shipping is extra (please select International on the product page). Check out the link for the full details.

>> Get 47% off the StackSocial 10ft MFi-certified Lightning cable

[Note: The US version of this product is sold out, but it's still available internationally. Check out other deals on Gear from StackSocial here. Specifically, you can get 33% off the Doxie One portable scanner, or 25% off a high end Fixie bike from Sole.]

Written by Mark Myerson


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