The cables are available in three colors (Gold, Silver, Black) and each of the colors are available in 3 lengths (0.5m, 2m or 3m). You can get all 9 variants from Amazon.
The prices of the cables have been going up, probably due to Benson’s recommendation. At this point of writing, the 2m black retails for US$15.99 (S$23) and the 2m silver retails for US$14.99 (S$22).
When I first bought it on 5th November 2015, the 2m black cost US$14.99 (S$21) and the 2m silver cost US$13.99 (S$20).
The housing of the USB heads of the cable are made up of aluminum and the cable itself is made up of nylon fiber for durability.
If you have read Benson’s reviews on USB Type-A to USB Type-C cables, some cables identify themselves as a USB Type-C cable. This should not be the case. This is because USB Type-C cable is designed for 3A of power while USB Type-A (normal USB) is designed for only 2.4A of power. The cable should follow the lowest power rating, which in this case is 2.4A because of the USB Type-A specifications.
Since the iOrange-E USB Type-C Cable identifies itself as a regular USB Type-A cable, it is safe to be used.
The only disadvantage of the iOrange-E USB Type-C cables is that they do not ship to Singapore directly. You will have to ship it to a US freight forwarder like HopShopGo and get them to ship for you to Singapore.