VOLTA XL Is A Super Tough Charging Cable

If you’re looking for a new charging cable for your phone and other devices, you might want to check out the VOLTA XL. This magnetic charging cable is super tough and even better, it works with any device.

This Cable Will Last a Lifetime

The VOLTA XL is compatible with all your USB C devices and also fully supports 87W USB-C power adapter charging for the 15-inch MacBook Pro and 60W 13-inch MacBook Pro. This is going to be the toughest charging cable that you have ever owned, which is why the company is so confident that they can offer customers a lifetime warranty with no time limit, and no questions asked.

It really is that tough. The secret is two complementary N52-Grade Neodymium ‎reversible magnets in a 360‎° orientation that gives you a powerful and durable cable. Plus, you get extra protection since it detaches from your device instantly if you accidentally snag the cord. This also helps wear and tear on the device, because we don’t always secure our phones in a holder for example.

No matter what device you use, you’re covered. It even works on laptops. You can even transform a regular cable into a universal magnetic charging cable that works for all devices. And it charges fast.

The 4.3 Amps, 18K gold-plated copper core plug, and 24 AWG copper wires, along with the Volta smart chips, make sure that you get juiced up in a hurry.

This cable is also easy to use. All you have to do is insert the connector tip into the port of your device and then the VOLTA XL Magnetic Charging Cable will magnetically connect when placed near the tip. That’s it. You are good to go.

It Charges Fast!

Aside from the durability, ease of use and great specs of this charging cable, it turns out that there’s another reason to get one. VOLTA donates up to 40% of its earnings to health and education projects in third world nations. Charging devices and making the world a better place. I can get behind that.

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