The Top 4 Charging Cables for Androids to Buy in 2017

Make sure your smartphone never runs out of juice with these charging cables

Did you lose or break your Android's Micro-USB cable? We can help. Below you'll find a list of some the best Micro-USB chargers on the market, and some of them have undergone vigorous testing, like the Lumsing Micro USB 3ft Premium Android cable, which has been tested by being bent 10,000 times. Others like the AmazonBasics 2.0 Micro-USB to USB cable have undergone designs that enable a high-speed connectivity and data transfer via gold or copper plated heads. Read on to find out which Micro-USB cables will help juice up your Android phone.

The iSeeker Durable 6.6ft/2m Nylon Braided Tangle-Free Micro-USB cable is designed to charge whatever Micro-USB device you plug it into, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, MP 3 player, etc.

The three-pack iSeeker bundle is a 6.6-foot cable that has a durable, flexible cord jacket to suit a variety of everyday connection needs. The cable offers a high-speed charge and sync, so you can enjoy charge times that are eight percent faster than most standard alternatives with a 480Mbps data transfer. The connector heads are compact, heat-resistant and are made of stainless steel, so it’s easy to securely fit.

The cords have been tested with a 3,500+ plus bend life span. Some Amazon.com users have reported that this bend life span isn’t enough compared with other more durable cables. Despite this, the company offers a one year warranty guarantee and customer service. Colors come in black, golden, green, orange, multi-color (orange, red, blue, green, yellow), pink, white, black and silver.

The Lumsing Micro USB cable is three feet and has thick gauge wiring and reduced cable resistance to enable the fastest possible charge via any USB charger, plus data transfer. The company claims that charge times are up to eight percent faster than most standard cables and that it has a 480Mbps data transfer via backwards-compatible USB 2.0.

Though the cable itself is thin, it offers a top durability quality similar to other cables on the list. It has reinforced stress points, which allow for over 10,000 bends in its lifespan. Many Amazon.com users praise the cable for its dense coating, which protects the cable from any damage and contributes to better performance down the line. Other Amazon.com users warn that the connecting pins inside the cable are fragile and can flatten out, which will hurt its strong connectivity, so it’s important to treat this budget cable with care.

Lumsing offers a free 12-month warranty that begins on the date of purchase. If there are any product quality issues, the company has a toll-free customer service number.

Built with superb durability and connectivity in mind and compact enough to work with most standard cases, the ​​Rampow 6.5-foot braided microUSB cable is an ideal choice for Android users. With a charging speed of 2.4A, the Rampow works faster than most microUSB cords on the market. As for connectivity, the Rampow excels at data transfer between your Android smartphone or tablet and another device at speeds up to 480Mbps, which is more than capable of moving photos, videos and other data with absolute ease. Beyond data speed, the Rampow offers both a gray and red colored solution for a touch of personalization that hides the durable nylon jacket designed to avoid the tangles and kinks that can befall so many Android-ready cords. To offset corrosion or heat that can be the pitfall of competitive cords, the Rampow was designed to resist damage with reinforced aluminum connectors.

Measuring 10 feet in length, the Anker PowerLine microUSB charging cable is a terrific selection for Android fans who seek both a reliable name and lengthy cord. Available in a choice of five colors, the Anker boasts a strengthened construction that features a bulletproof aramid fiber design, making it stronger and more reliable than standard cables. Additionally, Anker tests the durability of the cables with over 5,000 bends during its lifespan, making it last on average nearly ten times longer than the cable that comes with your smartphone or tablet direct from the manufacturer. With built-in fast-charging, Anker reduced the resistance in the cable by 25 percent to allow for a steadier voltage and the fastest possible charging speed. On top of the already solid design, it worked to keep the size of the cable down to maximize compatibility with a variety of cases without affecting durability.

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