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Anker PowerLine III USB-C to USB-C Cable Black, 3-pack, $30 (back in stock)

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[Costco] Anker PowerLine III USB-C to USB-C Cable Black, 3-pack, $30 (back in stock)

Anker PowerLine III USB-C to USB-C Cable Black, 3-pack, $30

https://www.costco.ca/anker-powerline-i ... 12245.html

Includes:
1 × 0.9 m (3 ft.) Powerline III USB-C to USB-C charging cable
1 × 1.8 m (6 ft.) Powerline III USB-C to USB-C charging cable
1 × 3 m (10 ft.) Powerline III USB-C to USB-C charging cable

Edit: per listing at Amazon.ca, the cable is rated for up to 60W, and Costco's price appears to be quite good compared with Amazon.
Also, note this cable can only support USB 2.0 (date transfer rate up to 480 Mbps)
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0832DC7W8/ref ... UTF8&psc=1


Anker PowerLine II USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable Black, 3-pack, is also selling for $30
https://www.costco.ca/anker-powerline-i ... 12242.html
Last edited by qfli78 on Sep 27th, 2021 6:01 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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It's too bad Anker doesn't sell their newer, better cables braided.
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congrats Anker, you've made it to Costco!! that's all we need to know. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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This is definitely cheaper. Would be nice if Costco sell packs of same sizes.

In Amazon.ca, it comes with worry-free lifetime warranty vs Costco 18 months.
6ft sold by AnkerDirect $24.99
10ft sold by AnkerDirect $27.99
anker in amazon link
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Anker PowerLine II USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable Black, 3-pack, is also selling for $30
Anker usb-a usb-c cable
Op mentioned the above.

You are better off buying 2 - 6ft braided nylon with lifetime warranty for $15.29 Amazon link
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Someone above said charging cables. So cannot be used for data transfers?
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maniacshopper wrote: Someone above said charging cables. So cannot be used for data transfers?
Can, but only 480 Mbps.
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Wish they are the same length. Don't really have a use for a 10 ft one...
Variability wrote: It's too bad Anker doesn't sell their newer, better cables braided.
Tbh I prefer these thinner cables if it's for charging only. Much easier tie up and stuff into a bag.
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Anker cables are great. The long ones are such a game changer. I’m no longer imprisoned to the edge of my bed that’s closest to the outlet, I can roll over!
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congo80 wrote: congrats Anker, you've made it to Costco!! that's all we need to know. Smiling Face With Open Mouth
Costco has been selling Anker products for awhile now. :rolleyes:
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yvrwindsor wrote: Anker PowerLine II USB-A to USB-C Charging Cable Black, 3-pack, is also selling for $30
Anker usb-a usb-c cable
Op mentioned the above.

You are better off buying 2 - 6ft braided nylon with lifetime warranty for $15.29 Amazon link
The Costco listing for the USB-A to USB-C says "Fast Sync: offers SuperSpeed transfer of 5 Gbps", so does that make this one USB 3.0? Neither of the Costco listings explicitly state the USB version.
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ShinNoodles wrote: The Costco listing for the USB-A to USB-C says "Fast Sync: offers SuperSpeed transfer of 5 Gbps", so does that make this one USB 3.0? Neither of the Costco listings explicitly state the USB version.
I don't see that anywhere on the Costco listing
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This is a great deal. I need a 10ft USB-C to USB-C cable, and was going to buy it on Amazon for $27 but for $3 more, I can also get a 3ft and 6ft one.

Anker is a good company.
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What do you use as a power source for these, the charger that came with the device?
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