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We appreciate a clean, minimalist aesthetic, but we also like to mix things up. Which is why we’re obsessed with these vibrant, climbing gear-inspired cables. They’re a splash of color in an otherwise white-on-white world. Bonus: You’ll never wonder which cable is yours.
This is definitely one of the more interesting products send in the monthly Birchbox. The price point maybe be higher than your basic auxiliary cable, but it more than makes up for it with its pleasant design. It is most certainly worth purchasing especially if you are sick of the mundane products offered at your average electronics store.5
This product though of great quality and appeasing colors, I didn't really have a use for it, however it was awesome to receive.4
This cable is pretty awesome. I use it with the portable speaker I got from BirchBox a few months ago, and the audio quality is definitely better with this cord! It also looks pretty cool and is a good quality - I'm definitely getting the lightening cable!5
This cable great quality and nice color. It's nice to not have a pile of black cables!
It works fine and would make a nice gift.
This looks to be a great product, except the functionality is a bit limited. With so many electronic products having direct plug and play capabilities, a simple auxiliary cable may simply be a nice audio complement when hooking items up. Regardless, it looks durable and would be a good item to have around, just in case.3
This Auxillary cable is well crafted! I have had owned a few name brand ones but they were never put together as good as this one.5
Didn't really understand why this was in my box, I didn't really want something like this.1
Not something I was expecting from BirchBox. I have operated a Micro Sound Studio and as such I am well stocked on all variety of cabling. This for me is a severely extraneous item of no real use.1
The only possible scenario where this would be a useful product would be if you wanted to plug your ipod into your car, but your car didn't have a USB port. A stunningly unnecessary item.1