If you think all charging cables are the same the FLYP-DUO from TYLT will make you think again! I’m a diehard Apple fan so I need to carry a Lightning Connector cable, but most of the accessories I use with my iPhone and iPad require a micro-USB cable. With the FLYP-DUO I no longer need to carry 2 cables as it works with both Apple Lightning connectors and micro-USB. The main cable connector is a micro-USB and it comes with a slip on Lightning adaptor which is connected to the cord to prevent you loosing it. It is Apple MFI certified.
I love how the Lightning cables work both ways up they are so much easier to use than the old Apple 30 pin connectors but I still find myself attempting to insert the USB end of the cord in upside half the time. TYLT have fixed that too with a patented reversible USB that means the USB end now also works either way up.
The FLYP-DUO has a 1m long, tough, ribbon cable that is flexible and hard wearing. Over time I have become a big fan of flat charging cables over round ones- they don’t tangle, are tougher and last longer.
This has quickly become my “go-to” charging cord for carrying with me. I love that it works with both my iOS devices and all their accessories, the reversible USB and the flat, tangle-free, tough cord. I would highly recommend the FLYP-DUO charging cable from TYLT for anyone who uses both Apple and Android devices or who carries Apple devices and micro-USB charged accessories.
It comes in a choice of 4 bright colors RRP $29.99 for the 1m cable, a 1ft cable is also available for $29.99 available from TYLT.COM, Amazon and other retailers.
NOTE: A product was supplied by the company for review purposes, no other form of compensation was received, all opinions stated in the review are those of the author and have been offered honestly.
Mary is originally from England but now lives in California with her husband, dog, cat and three children. Mary and her family love Apple products and own an iPad2, iPad3, iPad Mini, iTouch, iPhone5 and several MacBook Pros. They also love cub scouts, skiing, camping and hiking. The family iPads are also used for therapy for their daughters Apraxia (speech disorder).