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Finding the best Magnetic USB Cable

07 Mar Finding the best Magnetic USB Cable



Magnetic Micro USB and Lightning Cables seem to be a thing, so in this video I try to find the best one. CLICK ‘SHOW MORE’
After trying over £70 worth of cables – my pick is the WSKEN Mini 2. It is available in either Lightning or Micro USB versions and can be purchased from one of the links below.
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WSKEN (these links are for both the Lightning & Micro USB cables)
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The SweetLF Micro USB magnetic Adaptor can be found below
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50 Comments
  • Sketchy
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Jesus Christ, I déjà vu'd watching this.

  • Davil
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    We need English subtitles with this information!

  • TheArchetypeGamer
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Did you not try out Volta cables ?

  • RevelDevil
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Are magnets good for iPhone X now?

  • Nunya freakin Business
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Do they have USB type c

  • Pat Pikulski
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Not practical for metal workers

  • R. Pawluk
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    In the video when connects to the dashcam he is NOT using the SweetLF adapter… If he was you would see the adapter added to the existing micro connector – making a double long connector that cannot be held horizontal by strength of the magnet. I purchased the SweetLF adaptor thinking better to reuse my existing cables –and quickly realized this unmentioned issue. Works fine with phone on flat surface that can support the dbl-sized connector when attached to receiving piece.

  • jaderaptor
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    those nails look are looking pretty rough.

  • B j
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    can you review the qi wireless adapter for none wireless phone.

  • Glenn C
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Thanks for the review.

    I'd been trying to find a good magnetic cable for my android devices. This one works great, have ordered two more.

  • TheAvengedNightmare2
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Life hack look up magnetic adapters they do the same thing as magnetic cords but they turn regular cheaper cords into magnetic cords. The adapter will almost always be good its the cord that has problems

  • Dante S
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    THE CABLE YOU SAID WOULD BREAK YOUR PHONE ("Zinx Digital"):
    >>> IT BREAKS YOUR PHONE<<<
    I TRIED IT BEFORE WATCHING THIS.

  • David Huang
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Finally, some one that actually think about us Australians when we want to buy thing from youtube

  • Mr- T
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Better never bump your laptop.

  • Colaholiker
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I used to use a "Goobay" magnetic micro USB for a year or so. It worked perfectly fine, when suddenly the phone would no longer charge. First I suspected the magnetic coupling, but that wasn't cause of the problem. After using a charger with an LED (my phone charger didn't have one) I saw that even without the small magnetic thingy attached the LED would come off immediately. So – there's a short right next to the USB-A connector. *sigh* Not much to do to fix it…

  • Hj Hnd
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Magnetic cables are absolutely terrible no matter the brand

  • Mateusz Kwietowicz
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Now if only we could get a magnetic audio jack cable, (there are 2 failed indiegogo campaigns) that would be great. Any hope for that in the future?

  • lexa 123
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Does it work to honor 8 lite?

  • RileyELFuk
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I really don't see the point of magnetic cables for lightning or USB-C, as they're both incredibly easy to plug in either way around. Micro-USB, yes, they're a positive boon even when not drunk or half asleep.

  • Nishan Hovsepian
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    does it support qualcomm quick charge 3.0?

  • Ferris Film
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I miss the audio jack on the iphone

  • [ SPECTA]
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    if only phone companies had thought this idea of magnetic charger in the early days of the smartphones and added it to all smartphones , that would have saved many people the struggle of repairing it every now and then , i myself suffered a lot from this problem , enough that i use a flip phone ,i can listen to music in it for days and it won't turn off , i charge it for 30mn tops and lasts ages , i don't care about taking pics much but when i do i rather be prepared with my digital camera

  • PrevosHD
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Got one with blue led

  • Yung Kolb
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    rip iphone 7 users

  • captcorajus
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I'd like to point out that if you're like me, and keep your phone for years, then plugging and unplugging the cable will eventually wear out the connection. If you take care of your phone, this might be the thing that eventually causes it to fail. So, having a magnetic lead like that can greatly add life to your device.

  • Kie 7077
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I bought a Wsken lead, it was reversible. Bad Idea, it didn't last long.

    WARNING, AVOID reversible USB leads, they are not good for the socket you're plugging in to because they don't fit properly, forcing bits to go where they shouldn't go, you know that kind of wear and tear will kill the socket sooner rather than later – is it worth risking killing an expensive phone for? no.

  • Stanley Banks
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Cut your nails

  • Travis Ross
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    My question is whether the magnetic cable provides any loss of amperage for charging.

  • Olivers Ideas
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    so true, we make tomorrows technology, http://www.oliversideas.com/

  • Rony McJony
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    of just get a phone that can actually wirelessly charge

  • Arctic Wolf Official
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    In my opinion, it’s damn near pointless to get a magnetic charger for your iPhone, or any phone in general. All you ever need to do is plug your normal charger into your phone. For the newer iPhones it’s literally just a waste of money considering we don’t have the headphone jack anymore, and I don’t want to have to take the little piece out just to use my headphones.

  • Eros Bryan
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    and it comes with light indicator too!

  • A D
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I love these they're great! Ebay adapter only without cable $3.50, no problems mating up has green LED. Better without cable because you can use on any cable with micro usb, buy several.

  • rjclark730
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    God… the samsung galaxy's that I have lost to a piece of lint in the micro usb port. I have nightmares of the smashed pins in the phone…

  • DeadlyHellhound
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    What if you have the iphone 7 and you want to listen to some music while one of these is plugged in?

  • Jack Corder
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    What about USB type c?

  • Jordan Tolan
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Try the Volta charger

  • Mikey Lucas
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    it's a great idea so you don't break the inside of the port on most devices.

  • Nick Konstant
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Just a general question: Do the magnetic micro USB cables loosen and stop working after a while like standard cables?

  • Yung slaughter
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I somehow managed to break an iPad charging port with one of these. I think it sent power down the wrong pin when connecting or disconnecting

  • sNappLe
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March
  • phantomaniperv
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Were Volta cables out at this point? I love mine!

  • tomtalk24
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Apple's Magsafe was "keynoted" as a way to stop pulling the laptop off the table when you trip over the cable, and a way to sell the same laptop again a year later as a "game changing feature". So personally I see no point of one on a phone, because the phone will likely follow the cable when you trip over it? Yet, for balance sakes I have picked one up for my sister for Christmas because its a "gimmick" she may like. But that's how I see it, a gimmick that saves 0.00x of joules to plug in a plug. Its wrong to go the Dyson route and see it as "handy" or a "good idea". Would love to know how many people still use the same mag usb adapters after a year?
    Maybe if Apple adopted wireless charging….

  • Robban Rönnings
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    if a living in EU can i buy from the UK site ?

  • ZomeDash // Levi
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    Wsken is shit. I have one magnet becomes weak after short amount of time

  • sketchy pyro
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    sweet 4k… mmm yesss (*techmoannn)

  • Cuda FX
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    having magnets on the phone might interfere with the compass sensor. just something to be aware of.

  • Eric Lerma
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    What about the new Volta magnetic chargers? Recently they released the Volta charger adapter for legacy cables.

  • None of your Business
    Posted at 01:58h, 07 March

    I just retired mine after less than a year of use because the contacts kept losing … contact. Whereas a plug always cleans itself when sliding into and out of its connector, the magnetically held contacts are never subjected to any friction, enabling them to gather a thin layer of oxide or dirt which eventually disrupts the electric conductivity. I got tired of turning on my tablet in the morning for an 8-hour work day to find that it had not been charging… again. Back to the plug.