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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.
Can't say that colorful aux cables are on the top of my wish list, but this does look nice plugged into my stereo. Seems to have good audio quality, although, so does my 4.99 cable from radio shack. I'd rather spend the $ on more music, but, that's just me.4
I appreciated the fanciful color scheme of this auxiliary cable but it is not something that I would typically get much use out of.3
Great build quality and fantastic durability in this braided cable. I can already tell I'll be using this for a long, long time without having annoying short-outs. The construction rivals top-shelf musical instrument braided cable. It's great for connecting external speakers like Jambox or Sony BTX-300 to your phone or laptop.5
this was a pretty cool product and good quality, but I prefer a more plain looking cord for my car because it matches my interior better3
This cable was just fine. I am glad I got it for a backup, but I could have lived without it. Its kind of pricey too. Good quality though.4
Loved it. Perfect lenght and quality....ipod sounds great in my car know5
Its an aux cable. Already had one though. I like the look and i like that its different, but it is what it is.4
I listen to podcasts on my way to work almost exclusively, so this cable is of great use to me. It let me ditch my old, bulky auxiliary cable.4
I mean, it doesn't do anything special but hook up an ipod to a mini jack, but it is beautiful! Sturdier than any other cable I've had too!5
This is a pretty straightforward item. It works and does its job, but it's pretty overpriced for an aux cable.3