Cable Matters USB-C to SATA III 2.5″ Cable is retailing for US$11.99 (S$16) on Amazon. It ships to Singapore directly for an additional US$4.64 (S$7).
This is a 25 cm cable that connects your 2.5″ SATA I/II/III hard drives via USB-C to your computer.
I bought it for ¥89 (S$19) (excluding shipping) at ZMI official online store in T-mall during their 12/12 sale. The usual price is ¥99 (S$21).
Both sites shipped directly to Singapore. Satechi will ship to Singapore via USPS Commercial ePacket for US$12 (S$16) while Amazon will ship via Aramex for US$4.55 (S$6).
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.
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.