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Cygnett Armoured 3.1 USB-C to USB-C 1m - Black $11.25 (Was $44.95) @ Big W

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Charge & sync your USB-C devices at lightning speed with the Cygnett Armoured 3.1 USB-C to USB-C 1m. Protected by stainless steel housing with Kevlar Core technology, Armoured USB-C to USB-C (3.1) supports the world’s fastest charging speed for USB-C and an incredible 10Gbps file transfer speed. During a time when we demand our devices run faster and for longer, you will be amazed by the difference Armoured makes.

Product Features:

World’s Fastest Charging Speed for USB-C - supporting higher levels of power, up to 5A/100W turbo charging, so you can power-up your USB-C laptop, tablet or smartphone at break-neck speed.
Transfer & Sync Files Faster than ever Before - allowing you to experience up to 10Gbps transfer speeds, up to 20x faster than USB 2.0 (480Mbps), and 2x faster than USB 3.0 (5Gbps).
Kevlar Core Strength - resistance to chemicals and extreme temperatures make it an ideal component for cables.
Stainless Steel Housing - provide a refined aesthetic and superior scratch resistance
Double Braided Nylon - allows the cable to resist abrasion whilst maintaining flexibility for ease of use.

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    no stock

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    No stock 100km around me ..

    • +4 votes

      100km cable? Sign me up

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    I wonder will officework price match this. BTW.. thank you so much.. order one to pickup at BIG W Warringah Mall

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      OW doesn't price match clearance items.

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      My order got cancelled… oh well based on the comments.. it is not that good deal anyway.. no disappointment.

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    Recently ordered for 3300 points from the Qantas Store. Might be a bargain depending on how much you value a point these days.

    https://store.qantas.com/au/p/armoured-31-usb-c-to-usb-c-5am...

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    Thanks OP, Got one (BIG W Brickworks,SA)

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    I bought 1, wonder if it's worth 15$ … I have the Micro-USB version that I don't use.

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    was $44? who crazy enough to pay $44 bucks for a cable?
    $15 still too much

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      $44 is not really expensive for a 10Gbps, 5A rated USB-C cable. Cheap USB-C cables are usually only rated for the bandwidth or the current, not both (at least not truthfully). The last similarly rated cable I bought was $80.

      If you can find such a cable, let me know!

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        What needs/uses 5A and 10Gbps at the same time?
        I can only think of one example.

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          I use my USB-C cables to connect laptops to hubs / monitors running 1440P at >60Hz, along with other USB peripherals, while also charging the laptop. It's not that unique a use case.

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        who use 10Gbps stuff for home? the way I read kevlar stuff is similar to the gold tip hdmi, ultra quality cable marketing fluff
        that cost $150 but a $10 hdmi would do the same job and it Cygnett it not known for quality doesn't matter what they market them as

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          External ssd would be one example I guess. Especially if u have a external nvme drive (mine are just msata externals tho)

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            @DanielP2: I got external SSD and I just use standard cable and believe me it so fast and if it takes an extra 10 or 15 seconds more it makes bugger all differences

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              @Hearthstone: Hehe fair enough, well that's about the only situation I could think of that would use the bandwidth. Maybe a monitor or external gpu?

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                @DanielP2: You realise how much bandwidth a video signal requires, right? You need high bandwidth support once you're dealing with 1440P / 4K. 10 Gbps isn't even sufficient for 4K @ 30 Hz.

                Taking a step back, there's certainly no reason to pay $44 for a charging cable! But $44 is more than reasonable for a USB-C monitor + power delivery cable, and this sale price is a bargain.

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                  @gleamnite: im definately not disputing the price being a bargain. I was replying to the above post questioning why ppl would need a 10Gbps+ cable for home use. I am all for good quality cables, i have had plenty of issues with cheap cables in the past. Especially longer HDMI cables supposedly rated at 18Gbps but constantly dropping sync when running at 4k/60hz 4:4:4

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                    @DanielP2: To be honest, I hit reply on the wrong post (it was meant for @Hearthstone)! When I first bought USB-C compatible monitors with Power Delivery, I hadn't realised how difficult it would be to buy compatible cables… nor that I couldn't get a 2M cable that was up to spec! Yes, I've had issues with long HDMI cables before too.

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    Got one plenty at Westfield hurstville

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    Just buy Baseus from aliexpress

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    I have no view on this particular cable, except to say that I now only buy them with right angle connectors. Too many cables broken because someone/something has pushed up against the connector and broke it. For my use cases right angle connectors greatly reduce that happening.

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    Thanks OP my supercharge cable for my huawei P30 was damaged last 'huewei' genuine cable I bought was obviously a fake off ebay didnt even work in my P30 (seems too loose only the genuine cables fit the charging port properly?)

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      Only original can super charge 40w

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        TBH I dont really need supercharge just would like a decent quality cable which fits, I collected this today I'll try it tomorrow!

        Anyone got a good source for a supercharge cable?

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    Damn couldn't fast charge me p30pro wasted $15

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    Got a couple of these with my Telstra points before moving providers. They get the job done

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    purchased this one before but it is not that secure than what it looks like. I don't actually recommend.

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    Got it from Blacktown,NSW