Score two durable right-angled USB-C cables on sale under $11

Don't buy another subpar charging cable when you can snag durable, dependable ones for an affordable price at Amazon. This two-pack of ROCK Right-Angled USB-C Cables drops to just $10.79 when you enter promo code HET6BFGR during checkout. At around $5.40 apiece, it's pretty tough to find a better deal than this.

Rather than just having a standard connector like most USB cables, these cables are equipped with a 180-degree U-shaped connector; whether you want to watch YouTube or play a game on your phone, these cables were built to stay out of your way while plugged in. They're each 6.6 feet long and suitable for data transfers as well as charging.

ROCK's USB-C cables are each 6.6 feet long, suitable for charging and data transfers, and down to around $5 apiece using the following promo code at Amazon.

Rock's tangle-free, nylon-braided cables offer data transfer speeds up to 480Mb/s, can last for over 10,000 bends, and even come with a lifetime warranty. If you don't have a dependable USB wall charger already, you can find some pretty powerful options on Amazon between $10 and $20.

You'll find some other smart ways to put this cable to use with this list of best travel accessories, including options like portable power banks, travel wall chargers and more. Meanwhile, this guide on best USB-C portable power banks can help you find the best way to stay charged up while you're out on an adventure, heading to class, or just going about your daily life.

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Alex Smith
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.