This $11 3-in-1 cable is an absolute must-have for every smartphone owner

There's nothing worse than having some friends over and struggling to find a cord to help them charge their devices because they use something different than you. Leave those worries in the past with Anker's Powerline II 3-in-1 charging cable (opens in new tab) for just $11.24 when you use coupon code ANKER3IN1 during checkout. You read that right, this cable has three different charging connectors built right in to it, allowing it to charge just about any recent device you'll come across.

It's MFi-certified, has a USB-C connector, and is backed by a lifetime warranty. It's one cable that can replace three others, so stock up now! (opens in new tab)
It's MFi-certified, has a USB-C connector, and is backed by a lifetime warranty. It's one cable that can replace three others, so stock up now!

It has a micro-USB cable built in to the end of the cable, and then there are attachments to convert that to a USB-C connector or a Lightning connector based on the needs you have. These additional convertors are connected to the end of the cable so you won't lose them, and they click on to the micro-USB end with ease. Unlike some of the competing option, this Lightning cable is MFi certified, which means Apple has approved it for charging your iPhone, iPad, or even iPod touch.

The cable itself is three feet long and comes in your choice of black (opens in new tab) or white (opens in new tab). Anker is so confident in the quality of this cable that it offers a lifetime hassle-free warranty, so if you ever experience an issue with it, the company will replace it without a worry. Trust us when we say this is the cable that every single smartphone owner needs!

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.
4 Comments
  • Not for me, lightning port has no place in my home.
  • As for USB-C, I don't think it's USB-IF compliant. And forget about using it for rapid charging or PD. My experience with it is that the charging sucks using this cable.
  • It supports QC2 (it fast-charges my S10+).. As for PD, you would need a USB-C to USB-C cable. It's ok as a secondary/backup cable, especially if you have multiple types of devices.
  • Micro-USB at the end means you have to pay attention when using a different extension because it's not reversible. Why they don't make these with the reversible USB-C at the end is beyond me - it's one of the main advantages of USB-C!