The difference between Powerline II and Powerline+ II is just the exterior material of the cable. For Powerline+ II, the cable is braided with nylon. For Powerline II, the cable is made of Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE). Both cables are still strengthened with bulletproof fiber.
Two colors are available, black and white.
Liberty+ was born out of a Kickstarter project where it raised a total of US$2,804,475 from 25,412 backers. Their initial goal was only US$50,000.
The original retail price was US$25.99 (S$35), but they have an exclusive discount with Kinja Deals using the coupon code KINJA593. That coupon code gives you US$6.50 discount, making the final price to be US$19.49.
It does ship directly to Singapore for US$4.49 (S$6).
Its usual retail price is US$26.99 (S$38) but because of an ongoing promotion, you can use the promo code, GEYC7LFE, and it will give you a discount of US$6.50.
I was looking for a USB-C Ethernet adapter and came across the Belkin USB-C to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter which retails for S$49 in Apple Stores and Anker USB-C Aluminum Portable Gigabit Ethernet Port Network Adapter which retails for US$22.99 (S$32) on Amazon.
I find that the Belkin Ethernet adapter is overpriced and if you want to get the Anker Ethernet adapter, you might as well top up a little more to get the Anker USB-C to 3-Port USB 3.0 Hub with Ethernet Adapter.
If you are looking to use a USB-C to USB-Cable to charge your USB-C MacBook Pro, your USB-C power adapter and USB-C cable need to support USB Power Delivery.
The Anker PowerLine USB-C to USB-C Cable is retailing for US$15.99 (S$23) and is available in 3ft (0.9m).
It doesn’t ship to Singapore directly, and hence I have to ship it to my freight forwarder, HopShopGo, and get them to shop to Singapore for me.
Since the product is sold by Anker directly instead of Amazon, I have to pay an additional US$5.22 (S$7) for shipping to HopShopGo (freight forwarder) because it doesn’t ship directly to Singapore. In total, I paid US$31.21 (S$40) excluding shipping to Singapore.