Carbon Carabiner
Carbon Carabiner
Carbon Carabiner
Carbon Carabiner
Carbon Carabiner

Carbon Carabiner

Lightning


Regular price $34.95
Rated 5.0 out of 5
3 Reviews

Description

Carbon Carabiner is an ultra portable charging cable that doubles as a functional carabiner. Clip it on your bag or attach it to your keychain and always have a backup Lightning cable. Built with a carbon composite, this cable is designed for both emergencies and the minimalist traveler.

    • Fast charge and sync
    • Carbon Fiber reinforced frame
    • Apple MFi approved
  • Also available in mini USB

Info

  • Materials
    • Carbon fiber body
    • Reinforced steel frame
  • Technical
    • 2.4A capable
    • iPhone 5 through XS Max
    • iPad (4th Generation +)
  • Certifications
    Apple MFi, USB 2.0, CE, RoHS
    Apple MFi Logo
  • Intended use
    Designed to be an emergency/mobile tool. Though its flexible cable allows it to work in nearly any situation, it is not a reasonable replacement for our Lightning cable.

FAQ

  • Does the Carabiner charge and sync?
    Carabiner is Apple MFi and USB 2.0 certified to charge up to 2.4A and sync your iPhone or iPad.
  • Will the Carabiner metal rust?
    Not all stainless steel alloys are created equally. We use a high-grade alloy that is very hard to rust. We have test units sitting outside near the ocean for 18 months now, and there is no rust.

Carbon Carabiner

Lightning - $34.95

Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Light and portable

works great and is super light and portable

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Excellent experience!!

Nothing to dislike about nomad products. The look, feel and craftsmanship is superb.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Charger cord

Great product

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