World's smallest, most portable Lightning cable | Shaped like a key and fits onto your keychain | Works with the iPhone 5/5s/5c, iPad Air and iPad mini | Allows for charging from any USB port (works just like your standard iPhone 5 cable) | Full data transfer when connected to a computer
World's smallest, most portable Lightning cable | Shaped like a key and fits onto your keychain | Works with the iPhone 5/5s/5c, iPad Air and iPad mini | Allows for charging from any USB port (works just like your standard iPhone 5 cable) | Full data transfer when connected to a computerLess
The ChargeKey is moderately priced at $25, which is a few dollars more than what you’d pay for a Lightning USB cable from Apple, but more expensive than other third party options. The website offers a $2 off coupon if you perform social network ‘action’ (i.e. ‘Liking’ them on Facebook, etc). Shipping is free if you order two or more and right now there is a backlog on orders still.
At the end of the day, the ChargeKey has become one of our favourite iPhone accessories to date. Knowing that you have a Lightning cable with you at all times is a powerfu... Full review
The material of ChargeKey makes it so it’s bendable and can withstand the normal abuse metal keys are subjected to on your keyring. With ChargeKey able to bend and move, it also means your iOS device will sit flat on the table or desk as you have your device connected. On top of that, it’s nearly impossible to always find a USB port or charging station that has a surface directly underneath it. As such, the ChargeKey creates a secure enough connection to hold an iPhone, while bending, without requiring you to hold your device the entire time it’s connected.
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ChargeKey’s beauty is in its versatility: it’s thin, light and extremely durable, made of a flexible rubber that bends without tearing. Though the USB portion only enters its port in one direction, Apple’s Lightning adapter is dual-sided, so it’s always possible to orient your device, whether an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, in a way that faces up.
Sadly, this won’t be the case with the microUSB version (at least until the next generation product is released), but the product can bend, largely negating that limitation.
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We can appreciate the appeal of a small, portable cable, and ChargeKey’s price is much more agreeable than Kii at $40. There are a few drawbacks though, including the lack of any caps or other ways to protect the plugs. The unofficial Lightning connector doesn’t seem to be a problem yet, but we feel obliged to provide the requisite warning that it may become an issue in the future, depending on Apple’s whims. All in all, ChargeKey earns a general recommendation. It offers the same functionality as Kii, and the price delta helps alleviate some of the missing features. Altho... Full review
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