Save 30% off a MicFlip Fully-Reversible Micro USB Cable via Neowin Deals

Today on offer via our Gear + Gadgets section of Neowin Deals, you can save 30% off a MicFlip Fully-Reversible Micro USB Cable. Finally, a more durable and versatile option: The world’s first micro USB reversible plug.

What's it all about?

No more fumbling to plug in your micro USB devices. The MicFlip is the world’s first reversible micro USB cable, and it has an incredibly durable nylon braided cord that’ll stand the test of time. Its cord is also tangle-free, so there won’t be a huge crisscrossed mess in your bag or pocket when you pull it out to charge up.

  • Gold-coated, corrosion-resistant plugs
  • Strong braided nylon cable
  • Aluminum housing
  • 6-foot long cord
  • Rubber protector on connector
  • Versatile reversible micro USB design
  • Ships to multiple countries worldwide

Below is a short video promo of it in action:

How do you benefit?

The MicFlip Fully-Reversible Micro USB Cable normally retails for $20, but you can get this for just $13.99 for a limited time with free shipping to multiple countries. In addition, if you refer this deal via social media (below the 'Add to cart' button) which results in a purchase, you'll get $10 credit added to your Neowin Deals store account.

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Not for you?

That's OK. If this offer doesn't interest you, why not check out our giveaways on the Neowin Deals web site? There's also a bunch of freebies you can grab here, as well as other great tech-related deals.

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