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Get six MFi-certified Lightning cables in various lengths for just $11 today

Choosing third-party accessories over official Apple products can save you a ton of money in the long run. Take this 6-pack of Lightning Cables (opens in new tab) for example. It's priced at $23 on Amazon, right around what a single 6-foot Apple Lightning cable (opens in new tab) would cost you, and using code VLAVJG38 during checkout will drop its price to just $11.27. That means you'll be scoring these cables for under $2 apiece which is a far cry from the cost of the alternative. They'll work just as well as the official ones would, too.

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These Lightning cables come in various lengths. They're certified by Apple for charging and syncing your iOS devices and the braiding helps ensure that they hold up to your daily use.

These cables are MFi-certified to meet Apple's standards for charging iOS devices, so you won't have to worry about them not working as they should. No "this accessory may not be supported" popups will pester you once they're plugged in. They're built to last, featuring a braided-nylon fiber jacket and aluminum alloy connectors which resist heat and corrosion. Plus, their lifespan is rated at over 10,000 bends, which is quite durable for something you're paying $2 for.

The cables in the pack are of varying different lengths so you can use them how you see fit. Place a short cable in your car for easy charging without clutter, or pop a 6-foot cable behind your couch so you can stop sitting awkwardly when you're using your phone and watching TV. You'll get three 3-foot cables, two 6-foot cables, and a single ten-foot cable.

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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.