Delton Platinum USB 30-Pin Data Cable for iPhone 3GS/4/4S and iPod
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- One Year Limited Warranty
- Length: 45 Inch, 114.3 cm
- For Apple iPhone, iPod or iPad with a 30 pin Connector Port
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Top Customer Reviews
I am very happy with this purchase and will purchase several more.
ADDENDUM April 20, 2011
After my initial great experience with the cable (that I ordered from Amazon's merchant Cellular 5 Star), I ordered 3 more cables, and did not realize that the "default" merchant had changed to Importer520. I just received these 3 cables and they look similar to genuine Apple cables at quick glance, but on closer inspection, they all had surface blemishes and slight irregularities. They also had a suspicious looking "Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China" stamped on the cable length.
The cable from Cellular 5 Star was of very good quality that I could NOT distinguish from genuine Apple cables, but the ones from Importer520 are slightly inferior. The feel of the cable length material is good though, in that it is supple. It will coil and uncoil without keeping the bent shape.
I have contacted Importer520 to see if I can get a refund, but their stated return policy states that they will not refund shipping costs, which when I ordered was almost all the purchase price.
ADDENDUM June 16, 2011
I purchased another "OEM" cable, this time from Item44Less and this cable is the worst of the bunch.Read more ›
It is different from the apple cable, in that it locks into place when you plug it in. This seems like a good idea, in that if you knock the phone off the table while it's plugged in, it'll hang on the end of the cord instead of hitting the floor. On the other hand, it makes unplugging the cable from the dock if you've got an audio cable in the dock as well difficult for my fat fingers.
I recommend shopping around if you want to order more than one, though. Many of the dealers charge both steep per-item and per-shipment shipping charges, so the cheapest vendor for a single one may well be more expensive than other vendors for more than one. I certainly found that to be true.
First, as a previous reviewer mentioned, the business end of the cable is squared, not rounded. This wasn't a problem with my case, but it would be with others. Second, the construction and materials used leave a lot to be desired. There is no doubt when you look at this product that it is a cheap dollar store version, and that doesn't inspire a lot of confidence in it. Finally, my phone would not sync with iTunes. Considering iPhone users need to sync their phones to get crucial updates, that is a big problem. However, the cord did charge my phone, so it wasn't a complete loss. Or so I thought.
Within a week, through normal use, I broke the iPhone connector end on my cord. The plastic case came apart, and a few of the components fell out into my hand. The rest I had to carefully remove from inside the port on my phone. After a little tinkering, I was able to put the cable's connector back together, but it didn't fasten tightly. I remedied this by wrapping two small hair elastics tightly around it. The second cord lasted a few weeks longer, only falling apart recently. I was unable to repair the second. But hey, when held together with duct tape, chewing gum, and rubber bands, I still had one cord that charged my phone! Until just now.
The rigged up, cheap, piece of you-know-what cord decided about an hour ago to stop charging my phone completely. I don't know why.Read more ›
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