The First Renewable USB Cable in the World
The First Renewable USB Cable in the World

    The First Renewable USB Cable in the World

    $10.00 $24.99
      DESCRIPTION

      Never have to worry about breaking your USB cable anymore. This is the resilient USB cable you have been dreaming for.
      -A USB cable that regenerates itself.
      -Designed for a protracted lifespan of 15+ years.
      -Most eco-friendly USB Cable ever
      -Built-in security chip for a carefree experience
      -Uncompromising look combining Zinc alloy and TPE
      -All three types of cable, support different devices



       

        How many broken USB cables have you replaced since your first smartphone? Did you realize USB cables are so easily-frayed that they almost lose their economic and environmental advantage just like disposable batteries?  We can replace the disposable battery with the rechargeable one. What can we replace the easy frayed cable with?

      Have you been looking for a durable USB cable that magically regenerates itself after frayed or broken? You are in luck,take a look to our high-tech regenerative USB cable, "RenewCable" by SirTeen. Say NO to short-lived USB cables.

      How It Works

      Renew Cable brings the revolutionary solution that allows the cable to regenerate after it is broken, frayed, or shredded. The cable is so durable that you will no longer need to replace it with another one!

       

       

      Self Renew Instructions

      Security Chip

      Built-in security chip can detect the status of the cable and socket/port. The cable automatically turns off the current when not charging. Not only does this function protracts the battery life of your phone and gadgets, more importantly, it also protects you from electrical hazards. 


       

      Why It Matters

      USB cable usually frays at the junction between the port and the cord. Once they are frayed, they're potentially dangerous and need to be replaced with a new one.  

      A phone cable puts out 5 volts at 5 watts/1 amp (a tablet charger puts out 12 watts/2.1 amps), and while that doesn't sound like much, it's more than enough power to cause overheating and the beginnings of a fire. On top of that, a frayed cable can also cook the battery by causing a short circuit, which again can result in a fire.

       

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