Here’s my Syncwire USB-C Cable Review. It’s not often I’m asked to review individual cables. My first thought is always something along the lines of, I’m not sure I’ll have enough to say.
But, with this awesome Syncwire USB-C cable I’m pleased to announced there is plenty to say. And all of it is positive, so spoiler alert, this is a really good charging or data transfer cable.
With more and more products coming to market with native USB-C connectivity it makes sense for tech accessory companies to start creating really good quality cables to go with the latest USB-C tech.
So, let’s get into the review and check it out.
Syncwire USB-C Cable Review
First impressions are a staple on my blog. And this review is no different to any of the others. Most people immediately know if they like a product or not and I knew instantly that I’d like this Syncwire cable.
I recently wrote my Syncwire Gadget Bag Review and I’ve used Syncwire products before prior to starting the blog. So I know what they’re about. They’re about quality and quality alone sets them apart from their competitors.
The majority of Smart phones either use micro-USB or the lightning cable. It’s only recently that phones have started to switch to USB-C technology. It’s slowly becoming the standard for charging and data transfer. Most people don’t have many USB-C to Lightning cables in their possession and if they need a new one to replace the one bundled with their device, it has to be good quality.
So, how’s the build quality?
This Syncwire USB-C to USB is metal braided which means it’s super strong and durable. It’s better than pretty much all of the cables I own, aside from another metal Syncwire braided one. It’s a consistent build quality across two separate products from the same manufacturer. Which is great to see!
The cable has a reinforced cable housing which helps prevent the ends from breaking. The most common part of a cable to fail is the ends so I’m pleased to see care and attention has been paid to a common hardware fault.
I used this cable to charge my iPad Air 2020. It charged fine and combined with a PD fast charger it charges super fast. Data transfer is also super speedy so it’s ideal if you want to transfer data to or from your USB-C compatible devices.
The branded Syncwire cable ties don’t come with it, but I think it should, it’d make it a bit better value for money. But overall it really is fantastic. It’ll outlast the other brands by quite some distance.
Where To Buy?
It’s available to buy from Amazon. You can find it by hitting the affiliate link here.
Summary & Verdict
The perfect cable for anyone needing a USB-C cable. To find out more, head on over to the Syncwire website.
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The Syncwire USB-C Cable were sent to us in an exchange for writing our Review.
I use Syncwire Charger to charge Apple devices. Apple used to provide anemic 5-watt chargers with their iPhones and now, doesn’t provide any charger at all. With this charger, who cares? I use it for my Apple phones and iPads with a Syncwire USB C to lightning cable. A great combination especially when traveling since it so small. I also use it with a USB C to USB C cable to charge game devices (like the Nintendo Switch Lite). Unfortunately, Syncwire doesn’t yet seem to make a USB C to USB C charging cable yet
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I’ve been using this cable mainly to charge the ipad air and the xbox controller. It’s a solid cable and hasn’t let me down so far.
All the best,