Why You Need This Killer iPhone Charging Cable

I’m really excited about this cool iPhone charging cable I recently picked up from Amazon.  It’s called a Poweradd 2 and it’s a 3ft long, 2 in 1 lightning and micro USB cable used for charging your iPhone, iPad or your iPod.

What I really like about this charger is the fact that it’s so cool to use, but we’ll get to that in a moment, plus the Poweradd 2 is Apple MFi Certified, so you can be sure that it’s going to work on your iDevices without getting that nagging alert message about compatibility issues.

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The Poweradd 2 comes really nicely packaged and includes a Velcro “hook & loop tape” that allows you to easily bundle the cable when you’re not using it.  By the way it’s also got a PVC Coat, the manufacturers tout that this cable is “tangle resistant and reinforced.”  Right off the bat that was a winner for me because my current iPhone charging cables are almost always a tangled mess!

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On another note, this charging cable is strong as well, when I checked out the specks before my purchase, I noticed that it can hold up to 11 pounds without breaking, now that’s impressive although I must admit that I haven’t tried to test that feature just yet!

You can get it in three colors, blue, green and pink. How cool is this? I mean seriously.

Now on to the really cool stuff!

  1. You can SEE the actual charging speed and as your iPhone gets more and more charged, the flow of this light speed is going to slow down.
  2. The flow of light will stop once you’re iPhone is fully charged!  This is a great visual sign instead of having to physically keep checking your iPhone to see whether or not you are fully charged up.
  3. You can use this to charge iPhone’s or Android devices!

The Poweradd 2 is available on Amazon for $35.99 


I haven’t seen an iPhone accessory this fun to use in a while. It’s a little pricey for a charging cable, but it’s reliable from what I’ve seen so far and charges pretty quickly.

Have you tried this iPhone charging cable?  If so, let me know what you think in the comments below.