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What can you do to protect your Lightning cables?
Most Lightning cables get worn out after 6-8 months and the cable starts to tear open at the base of the connector.
The cable might still work, but exposed internal wires are considered a safety hazard, and unless you want wrap it up with electrical tape,
you’ll have to buy a new Lightning cable. Tests show that the damage risks are increased by 41% if Lightning cables are carried around.
Look Cooler or Last Longer?
The iPhone and iPad Lightning cable creators opted out of the SR design.
While a clean and sleek design is attractive, cable protection is in jeopardy.
The following graph shows what choices have been made between beauty and durability.
[ DIY solutions ]
[ Lightning Saver ]
Two-Click Solution: Broken Lightning Cables are a Thing of the Past
It’s the protective gear that your Lightning cables have always dreamed of. Lightning Saver is tiny but effective, simple but strong,
to protect your cables against twists and turns. With Lightning Saver, your cable will last longer and be safer.
Tiny Savers, Huge Savings
Due to frequent usage, many Lightning cables are worn and wires exposed. Tests show damage risks are increased by 41% if Lightning cables
are carried around all the time. People have tried several methods to support frayed charging cables, but they are never a stylish fit.
Lightning Saver comes in eight colors and perfectly encloses your Lightning cable, so you don’t have to buy a new one.
Minimum Expense, Maximum Defense
The industrial rubber inner layer absorbs impacts and prevents harmful twists and bends.
The hard outer layer stands against damage and securely keeps the unit in position.
Combined, Lightning Saver is your strongest choice for your worn Lightning cables, or to keep your new cables from getting frayed.