10 comments

  • Matthew KammererMatthew Kammerer, 3 years ago

    That magnetic charger for the iPhone looks slick. Anyone tried it?

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    • Ethan BondEthan Bond, 3 years ago (edited 3 years ago )

      Agreed. I'm curious how you get the little connector out, esp. if I'm not near the other part of this cord?

      Edit: Never mind I see now it doesn't sit quite flush with the phone. Nifty little thing. I'd probably lose it though...

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      • Dan HoughDan Hough, 3 years ago

        You probably wouldn't! The beauty of it is that it could just sit in your phone all the time if all your chargers are magnetic

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        • Ethan BondEthan Bond, 3 years ago

          Eh, I'm unconvinced. So if I end up spending the night at a friend's house or my phone dies mid-day I'm screwed?

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    • Suganth SSuganth S, 3 years ago

      Came here to know if anyone tried. It's a bit big at the bottom, but Just want to know if it bothers in everyday uses.

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    • M. AppelmanM. Appelman, 3 years ago

      Be careful buying uncertified Lightning connectors.

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  • David Steelcart, 3 years ago

    "As seen on product hunt" Lol

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  • Tim Resudek, 3 years ago

    "We’ve all had a boring cable. It’s time for magnets."

    I love how this line cuts through all of the bullsh*t and states the real value of the product. I wish everyone were this transparent about their work.

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  • Steven CavinsSteven Cavins, 3 years ago

    only designers like magnets

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  • Kramer _, 3 years ago

    This could be a godsend for me, as my cat loves to knock my phone off the night stand and my lightning port is now loose.

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