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Supercharge your devices at 2x speeds with this cable — now 28% off

By Pocketnow Digital Offers July 1, 2019, 6:00 am

With constantly growing battery supplies on our devices, standard charging cables just don’t cut it anymore. In order to effectively juice up technology, you need the Charby Sense Charging Cable!

Successfully funded on Indiegogo, the Charby Sense Charging Cable can double your charging speeds with the push of a button. Your phone will be back to 100% faster than ever. Plus, the cable automatically shuts off when the device is fully charged to not wear down battery life.

Don’t settle for average chargers when you can upgrade to the Charby Sense Charging Cable. At 28% off, this premium cable is yours for just $28! Be sure to take an additional 15% off sitewide by using code FIREWORKS15.



Charby Sense Charging Cable – $28

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