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This discounted 3-in-1 charging cable powers up iPhone and Android devices for $11

Wouldn't it be nice if you didn't have to use a different cable for all the various devices in your life? Thanks to the Anker Powerline II (opens in new tab), you don't have to anymore as this is truly one cable to charge them all. This 3-in-1 charging cable drops down to just $11.24 at Amazon when you enter code AK8436W8 during checkout, saving you $7 off its regular price. That code works on both the black (opens in new tab) and white (opens in new tab) versions.

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Anker's Powerline II cable is one of the most versatile around. This micro-USB cable features built-in Lightning and USB-C connectors so it can charge practically any modern smartphone or tablet out there. The code works on the white version as well.

The cable itself is a 3-foot Micro-USB cable that just happens to have two additional adapters connected right to it. There is one for Lightning ports to charge your iPhone and iPad, along with a USB-C connection to charge your newer Android devices and accessories. It offers a max speed of 2.4A on both the Lightning and Micro-USB chargers, and 3A on the USB-C end. The Lightning connector is MFi-certified, meaning that Apple has approved it for use in safely charging and syncing an iPhone or iPad. The cable is durable, too, allowing for over 12,000 bends without breaking.

Existing owners give the cable 4.3 out of 5 stars (opens in new tab) based on nearly 1,600 reviews. Anker is so confident that you'll love this cable and won't have issues with it that the company is backing it with a hassle-free lifetime warranty. These are handy to have around since not everyone uses the same devices these days.

If you don't have one already, you might also want to pick up a USB Wall Adapter with Power Delivery (opens in new tab) to achieve a faster charge with this cable. Otherwise you could still be stuck at slow charging speeds. Meanwhile, for charging while on the go, this guide to the best power banks under $30 can help you find a portable battery charger worth bringing along on your trip.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.