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Charging cable with built-in portable battery for under $20

By Pocketnow Digital Offers July 17, 2019, 6:00 am

You deserve better than just any ordinary charging cable. The Nomad 1.5M Battery Lightning Cable combines a durable MFi-Certified Lightning cable with a compact portable charger. That means you can charge at home and on-the-go!

Unlike normal charging cables, the Nomad 1.5M Battery Lightning Cable contains 2,800mAh of power storage, which is enough to fully charge an iPhone 8. Add on the new robust aluminum housing, and you have a revolutionary charging cable.

All devices with Apple Lightning compatibility can seamlessly juice up using the Nomad 1.5M Battery Lightning Cable. Currently 59% off, this 2-in-1 charging cable and portable battery is yours for just $19.99!



Nomad 1.5M Battery Lightning Cable – $19.99

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