Review: BlitzWolf USB Type C Sync & Quick Charge Cables

BlitzWolf USB-C Cables - Boxes

Looking for a sturdy, high quality charge & sync USB Type C cable to replace (or accompany) the one that came with your phone? We’re happy to have had the opportunity to check out a selection of cables available from charging accessory specialists BlitzWolf.

BlitzWolf USB-C Cables

If you follow this BlitzWolf website link, you’ll see they had a good selection of PVC and braided polyester coated USB-C cables available with lengths ranging from short 0.3M (1 ft) to extra long 3M (9.84 ft). The cables tested were the red and black versions of their “USB-C to USB 2.0” braided variety in 1M, 1.8M and 2.5M lengths.

BlitzWolf USB-C Cables - Black

Each cable has sturdy aluminium alloy shell connectors (standard USB 2.0 on one end and reversible USB-C on the other). The braided wire is also adequately thick (30 AWG for data, 21 AWG for power) to allow it to carry faster charging Quick Charge amperage up to 3A. I’d expect these cables to be very durable as they’re rated to have a 5000+ bend lifespan which BlitzWolf backs up with an 18 month warranty.

BlitzWolf USB-C Cables - Red

During testing these cables had no problem providing the expected 3A Quick Charging and USB 2.0 data transfer speeds (if you need faster data speeds then BlitzWolf also have USB 3.0 cables available). OnePlus owners should be aware that these cables aren’t up to providing a 4A Dash Charge and so only manage the standard 2.4A.

BlitzWolf USB-C Cables - Black

You can tell these cables have been manufactured to a high quality and have been built to last. The braiding and use of aluminium also give the impression of premium cables, and they even come with little Velcro ties for easy storage. I found Blitzwolf’s range of USB Type C cables to be reasonably priced considering their quality and performance, so recommend you follow the link below for more details…

Associate Editor and part of the team of gadget reviewers at DroidHorizon. Also been known to dabble in software development to pay the bills.

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