Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale on CableCreation Short USB C to USB C Cable

United States, 1st Dec 2023, King NewsWire CableCreation is about to end the continuous quest for a good USB C cable to charge mobile devices or laptops faster. It offers short USB C to USB C cables that are highly portable, durable, and support fast charging of up to 60W. Special Black Friday and Cyber Monday events are going on at the Amazon flagship store of CableCreation.


Key Features of CableCreation USB-C to USB-C Cable

This short USB C cable comes with a bunch of intriguing features to draw your attention.

  • 60W Fast Charging

When charging mobile devices or laptops on the go, charging speed is a huge concern. With this USB-C to USB-C cable, charging a wide range of devices becomes much faster. This cable provides 60W fast charging to reduce the charging time below 40 minutes in most devices.

  • High Data Transfer Speed

Besides charging devices, this short USB C cable from CableCreation has a faster data transfer speed of up to 480 Mbps. Sharing large files will be a breeze with this USB C cable.

  • Exceptionally Sturdy Construction

The USB C cable comes with an aluminum alloy shell that protects the cable from heavy impacts. It also has a nylon-braided exterior to prevent cable damage while bending. The cable also has gold plating on the connectors to improve the conductivity.

  • Compatible With Tons of Devices

Starting from low or mid-range mobile devices, this USB C cable is perfect for any flagship phones or laptops having USB C ports. Unfortunately, it can’t connect to lighting ports or other micro ports.


  • Compact and Portable

The short USB C to USB cable measures only 0.8 ft or 24 cm. Carrying the cable in the pocket or backpack is like carrying nothing at all. The cable is also lightweight. Wherever there are charging needs, this short USB C cable is the perfect choice.

  • Reversible Connectors

Its gold-plated connectors are reversible. These connectors eliminate the hassle of remembering the correct orientation while charging devices. 

  • Bend Tested

CableCreation short USB C cable has been bend-tested over 10,000 times to ensure the cable can withstand all the abuse. It retains its shape and integrity even after a lot of use.


Perks of CableCreation Short USB-C Cable

  • CableCreation offers a 24-month after-sales service for its consumers. It indicates how dedicated the brand is to customer service. 
  • Each USB-C cable will come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Users can get an easy refund if they aren’t satisfied with the quality of the cable.
  • The brand also offers lifetime technical support through its friendly customer service team.
  • Monthly flash sale runs on the first and second day of each month where consumers can enjoy up to 50% discount.
  • When the order value is over $35, consumers can enjoy free shipping inside the mainland US.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sale Is Going On!

On top of the monthly flash sale, CableCreation has launched its Black Friday and Cyber Monday events where consumers can avail of this Short USB C to USB C cable at higher discounts. As this is a limited event, add your cable to the cart today before the stock runs out!

A Huge Price Drop!

CableCreation USB-C to USB-C cable is priced at $9.99. Currently, you will get the cable at only $8.59 on the Amazon store. You can get up to 15% more discounts by applying the coupon.

Grab Your USB C Cable Today!

Don’t miss this huge discount! Head to the Amazone flagship store and order your CableCreation USB C Cable now!


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