As the product name suggests, the Belkin Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors comes with a base Micro USB connector and two additional connectors.
The two additional connectors are Micro USB to Lightning and Miro USB to USB-C.
Having bought the Nomad Universal Cable (1.5m) from South Korea, I have wanted to get the other shorter version, which is 0.3m.
The 1.5m is great for charging from a power outlet, but it is too bulky (after you coil the cable) to be truly portable.
Bought the Anker Micro USB to USB C Adapter from Amazon for US$6.99 (S$10). It comes in a pack of two, so that makes it US$3 (S$5) each, excluding shipping.
It does ship directly to Singapore for US$4.49 (S$6).
I always wanted to get the Nomad Universal Cable as it is the only rugged 3-in-1 cable that supports Lightning, USB-C, and Micro USB.
The core cable is USB-A to Micro USB with two attached tips, an MFi certified Lightning tip and a USB-C tip.
The AmazonBasics USB Type-C to Micro-B 2.0 Cable is available in two colors and comes in three different lengths: 6″ (15.2cm), 3ft (0.9m) and 6ft (1.8)
Similarly to the AmazonBasics USB Type-C to USB Type-C 2.0 Cable, there is a price difference between the black and white. I am using the black for comparison.
Bought the TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless N Nano Router (TL-WR802N) from Hachi.tech. Hachi.tech is a online tech-focused marketplace by Challenger.
The nano router cost S$45 with a 5% rebate. In Challenger stores, they are selling it for S$50 (member’s discount is S$45).
Bought the thecoopidea Pasta Micro USB Cable from city’super at Harbour City in Hong Kong as well for HK$78 (S$14). I saw it being sold in Challenger for S$15.
I notice that in my box, they included two micro USB cables whereas on the website, it states it has only one. I guess I am lucky.
The TYLT Syncable-Duo Charge & Sync Cable is a 2-in-1 tangle-free flat cable with Lightning and Micro USB connector. The concept is similar to Innergie MagiCable Duo With Lightning Connector and Ozaki O!tool Combo Cable.
The TYLT Syncable-Duo (1m) is retailing for S$39 and is available in four colors, Black, Blue, Red and Green. The shorter version, 0.3m is retailing for S$30.
Not many people heard of the brand TYLT before and that includes me. But I recognised the bold colors used in their nicely designed product packaging and only then I realised, the brand name is TYLT.
I still could not figured out what TYLT stands for and it is not written in their about page.
Lightning Rabbit is an alternative to Juicies+ Cables. They also produce fabric wound cable with sleek and polished aluminium ends.
They have three types of cable now: Apple Lightning to USB (Lightning Rabbit), Apple 30-pin Connector to USB (Old Skool Rabbit) and Micro USB to USB (Micro Rabbit)