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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.
Perfect if you guys are looking for a cable with color that you can easily pick out from a bunch of wires. For a little bit more though you purchase a much sturdier cable. I didn't like the tips where the metal connectors are. I have one before the sample and it was fully metal and also tangle free I picked up. Overall, it gets the job done though.3
Nice little addition to my collection of nick knacks. I like it a lot as it stands out and people ask "what is that?" Most are surprised it's an aux. cable.5
It's always good to have a spare cable for parties and road trips.4
It does what it's supposed to and I suppose the colors are cool, but when it comes down to it, this is a $2 product being sold at $13.2
This is a nice quality cable. Great materials and a good feel.4
Neat aux cable that isnt your typical white color (just like the description mentions) but I dont have much use for it seeing that I live in nyc and dont have a car (since most people use it to connect their mp3/phone to their car). For now, just use it to connect my speakers1
I like how flashy the cable is. It works like a charm no complaints.5
This little patch cord adds a bit of style when i connect my ipod to the car stereo. The woven cloth sheild around the cable is reminiscent of 60's tweed guitar cables, which I love. Looks good and sounds great!4
This item is so durable, it doesn't tangle, and looks great. I went ahead and ordered the Lightning cable as well.5
I was so excited to get this as the plastic cheapy cord I have currently is about to die. This one looked and felt great, but as soon as I plugged it is, you could tell the quality wasn't there. Music only played out of one side of my car unless I jiggled the cord, even then the sound went in-and-out. I could hope it was just MY particular cord, but I wouldn't take the chance of buying one to find out. What a shame.2