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Belkin MIXIT↑™ DuraTek™ USB-C to USB-A Cable - Black

$49.90 inc. GST


Product code: 39104
Low Stock.

BUILT SMART, BUILT TO LAST
This DuraTek cable has been thoughtfully designed and constructed from superior quality materials, ensuring it outlasts standard cables. Smart design details reinforce the cable at stress points, extending its life. An abrasion-resistant nylon exterior houses Kevlar fibers that reinforce the inner wiring while highly flexible insulation minimizes damage from friction. All these pieces come together to create a cable that withstands even the most demanding routines and borders on indestructible.

THE BELKIN DIFFERENCE:

  1. Pioneer in technology and innovation for over 30 years
  2. Kevlar-reinforced cable in double braided nylon provides added durability
  3. Strain relief is tested to withstand 5,000+ cycles where the cable is bent to 180-degrees
  4. USB-IF certified

KEVLAR STRONG
One of the key components to DuraTek’s strength is Kevlar. This super-strong fiber is used around the world for everything from bulletproof vests to extreme sports gear. The Kevlar strands are built into the cable so it can bounce back after rigorous use. Kevlar’s ability to flex without stretching provides structure, keeping the wires inside safe from damage.

DOUBLE BRAIDED NYLON
The external cable jacket is made from premium and hard-wearing nylon that resists damage caused by everything from transportation to rubbing against your nightstand. Double braiding, a technique used in rope making, is incorporated to increase strength and resilience.

  • Kevlar-reinforced conductors provide added durability
  • Longer, flexible strain relief absorbs stress from bending to prevent breakage
  • Double-braided nylon forms flexible, durable cable jacket
  • Aluminum casing protects circuit board inside connector
  • Flexible insulation reduces friction
  • 4-foot/1.2-meters length
  • Supports up to 480 Mbps data transfer rates

Warranty period: 60 months
Warranty terms: Return to base

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