I can’t guarantee that the Tital is completely indestructible, as we’ve not managed to break ours, but a virtually indestructable cable is one thing that we really needed.
My middle boy is very hard on his chargers and we’ve gone through quite a few in his iPod lifetime. As much as we try to tell him to be careful with them, they fray, get pulled apart, and don’t usually last for more than a couple of months at a time.
Fuse Chicken, offered their new Titan cable for us to try, and it’s been put through its paces by him.
There are two versions of this cable. One for Apple, and one for Android. If you do ever decide to buy one, make sure you choose the right one, as they’re not interchangeable.
About the Titan Charging Cable
- Made from industrial grade cable, wrapped in dual layers of flexible, high-strength steel.
- Connectors are sealed with a one piece housing, fused directly over the electronics and metal casing.
- It charges and syncs.
- USB connector.
- It winds and twists into shapes you can mould for your charging point. Some people even use it as a stand for lighter devices, though I’d worry about the connection port on my device, so I resist using mine for that.
- Titan took a chainsaw to the cable, and couldn’t break it
Ok, so I’d seen some negative reviews about this cable on Amazon, so I really went into reviewing with an open mind. I was actually really pleased with it on first taking it out of the packet. How my cable performs in use, is all I can tell you about.
Due to the reviews, I allowed my middle boy to do his worst with it for over a week, making sure it has gone through several rounds of being fairly roughly handled. Ours is still holding up well, and hasn’t broken the connectors.
Would I buy this? I’m afraid to say I would. I have a very accident prone boy who goes through cables like water.