Bouncepad CB-RF-LIGHT-B lightning cable 2 m Black

Sku code : CB-RF-LIGHT-BManufacturer : BOUNCEPAD
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Reinforced MFI-approved 2m (6ft) Lightning cable | Black - More Info
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£38.99

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The 2 meter reinforced USB charging cable ensures your tablets are secured, tethered and always charging. The USB cable is enclosed in a flexible nylon mesh alongside strong steel rope which secures to the inside of the Bouncepad case. Great for portability, simply tether to your Bouncepad and a fixed point for use in a versatile range of environments.

The enclosed right-angled Lightning to USB-A Sync and Charge cable has been specifically designed for optimum fit within Bouncepad products. Perfectly suited to secure the freestanding Counter, Counter 60, Counter Flex and Flip tablet enclosures.
More Information
SKU CB-RF-LIGHT-B
EAN 5060325280483
Specification
Features
Cable length2 m
Connector 1Lightning
Connector 2USB A
Connector 1 genderMale
Connector 2 genderMale
Connector 1 form factorAngled
Connector 2 form factorStraight
Product colourBlack
Cable materialCopper
Jacket materialNylon
Country of originUnited Kingdom
CompatibilityLightning connector powered devices
Reinforced charging cableYes
Packaging data
Quantity per pack1 pc(s)
Package width50 mm
Package depth10 mm
Package height100 mm
Package weight60 g
Manufacturer BOUNCEPAD
Short Description Reinforced MFI-approved 2m (6ft) Lightning cable | Black
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