The Cable Key: An Ingeniously Small iPhone 5 Charging Cable [Deals]

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The Cable Key is a seamless solution to all your power needs. This lightweight charger cable is there when you need it and out of the way when you don’t. The high-speed USB 2.0 connection ensures a quick charging session while allowing you to enjoy your device, uninterrupted.

Cult of Mac Deals has this little wonder for 62% off during this limited time offer – just $14.99!

Please note: This offer is only available to customers in the continental US, Canada, and the UK. Please be sure to select the correct “Ship To” country before clicking “Buy Now”. The sale price includes shipping and all sales are final.

Th highlights of the Cable Key include:

  • Lightweight and portable keychain design
  • Reinforced metal case
  • High-speed USB 2.0 connection
  • Compatible with iPhone 5, 5S, 5C, iPad 4, iPad Mini, and iPad Air

The Cable Key is about the size of a normal thumb drive and is designed to hang on your keyring or in your pocket. Just plug into a computer or any USB port and charge up!

So take advantage of this special offer while you can. Get the Cable Key for only $14.99 and give yourself the freedom to charge your phone or tablet anywhere and at anytime today!

The Cable Key: An Ingeniously Small iPhone 5 Charging Cable [Deals]

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  • MrsCleaver

    Sure don’t think I’d want that thing attached to my iDevice. A cable provides some protection from a device that is jostled, bumped or otherwise moved without warning. A small, solid gizmo offers no such protection.

  • hwdyb

    Not to mention that it’s a total knock off of the Kii from Bluelounge seen here https://www.bluelounge.com/products/kii/

  • kevinandorra

    How can they get away with this – a complete and utter rip off of the Kii from BlueLounge!!

  • MacAdvisor

    How can they get away with this – a complete and utter rip off of the Kii from BlueLounge!!

    Because the intellectual property protection for an idea (“let’s make an USB/Lightening connector that looks like a key!”) is nonexistent and the protection for implementation is very narrow. The change from Kii gray to black/silver metal is likely more than sufficient. As long as the two are dissimilar enough as to not cause confusion in the market place, they are safe.

    Moreover, we want ideas to be made in different ways and giving us variety. Those variations allow the better implementation to thrive, not merely the first. I am not saying the process is nice or polite — or even good sportsmanship — but it is best for our economy and making things better is what IP is all about, not being nice or fair. As Article 1, Section 8 of our Constitution puts it, IP is “To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts,” not be fair.

    Thus, every knows of the Snuggle, the inferior ripoff of the Slanket or Windows, the inferior ripoff of MacOS (had to slip that in), the superior ripoff of the Xerox Alto OS.

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