What charge cable do I need for my device?

In todays world everyone is connected. We need easy access to quick power to ensure we always have charge. A mobile device is no longer just a means of communication, it is our camera, our diary, our Sat Nav, our alarm clock, our audio device and our television all packed into a pocket size device.


With new devices coming out every month it can be confusing to know which charge cable you need. Just read below to identify your charge cable.

Micro Charger

Micro to USB charge cable is the most popular. It is used to power endless devices including: Mobile phones, Sat nav, Tablets, Speakers, Headphones, Power banks and many more.

To identify if it's a Micro charge cable you need, simply look at the charging port on your device and compare it with the illustration.

USBC Charger

USBC to USB charge cable is widely considered the superior connector. It can transfer power and data much quicker than Lightning and Micro as well as having the benefit of reversible insert. USBC has already been embraced by Apple with the MacBook line, Google with its Chromebooks, Lenovo with ThinkPads and most new Android phones. There is also a USBC to USBC option available.

To identify if it's a USBC charge cable you need, simply look at the charging port on your device and compare it with the illustration.

Lightning Charger

Lightning chargers are Apple's dedicated charge cable. It charges ALL iPhones and most of their legacy products.

To identify if it's a Lightning charge cable you need, simply look at the charging port on your device and compare it with the illustration.

Our full range of charge cables - Micro, USBC and Lightning are all capable of fast charging your devices, making sure you are up and running as quickly as possible. A high quality strong braid ensures our cables are tough and reliable. In fact we are so confident we offer a 2 year warranty on all our charge cables. 


Did we mention they are anti-tangle? You won't need to spend time untangling or unknotting our cables. You can also wear them around your wrist or wrap them around your bag strap for a convenient storage solution.