What you need to know
- Nomad is running an excellent promotion to celebrate the launch of its new wireless charger.
- It means you can get 50% off one of their really tough Kevlar cables.
- You can qualify for the deal by buying any of Nomad's flat wireless chargers.
Nomad is giving customers 50% off their Kevlar cables when they buy any of Nomad's flat wireless chargers.
Fantastic savings to be made on Nomad's rugged cables.
Right now, Nomad is holding a Power Combo Sale, where you can get 50% off a Nomad Kevlar cable if you buy any of its flat wireless charging stations, including the new Base Station Apple Watch.
Yesterday, Nomad announced its brand new Base Station Apple Watch Edition, which can power up to five devices at once!
From that report:
As part of this launch, Nomad is offering a cable promo to customers who buy not only the new Base Station Apple Watch but any of its wireless charging hubs. According to Nomad:
Nomad's base stations are a fantastic charging solution, and their cables feature a robust Kevlar outer braid for maximum durability. Naturally, given their increased toughness, Nomad's Kevlar cables are a little pricier than standard Lightning and USB-C cables, so this is a great excuse to grab one. The deal is available from today, March 4. Check it out!
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