Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Clear Iphone-5/6 Light Up Charging Cable has a sparkling luminescent glow #CLRiPhoneCable

We all have to charge our devices on a regular basis. Why not be entertained while the device is getting juiced up for the day? This Light Up Charging Cable glows with clear luminescence for sparkling shiny fun while your phone or iPad is charging up. You can see the LED current flow right through the smart lightning to USB cable. It would even work as a soft clear night light in any room. 

The cord is a standard length of 3.28ft or 1M and works for lots of devices including iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5/5s/5c, iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPod nano 7th Gen and iPod touch 5th Generation. MobileEsprit.com created these exclusive charging cables and even has several colors to choose from including purple, pink and clear so take a peek at them all. 

Features of the light up luminescent charger:
  • Clear 1 Meter (3.28 Feet) long charging and syncing cable for your Apple devices
  • Charge and sync compatibility with iPhone 6 Plus / 6 / 5s / 5c / 5 / iPad Air / iPad mini / mini 2 / iPad 4th generation and iPod nano 7th generation
  • Connects to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning Connector and charges/syncs by connecting the USB connector into your wall charger or computer
  • Compact Lightning Connector head works with nearly all cases
  • 100% Compatible with ios 8, no warning message

We have been having fun with our pretty glowing cable.  We used it this week as a night light/charger and it worked beautifully. It charged my phone fast and looked sparkly at the same time. You can pick up the Clear Luminescent Iphone-5/6 Light Up Charging Cable on Amazon anytime.

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