August 8, 2013 AT 4:19 pm
NEW PRODUCTS – CHARGECARD Device Charging Cables for Android, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4/4S
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Flexible Link for 360º Plug Movement
Plug Snaps Hold Cable Securely
Works with: Samsung Galaxy • HTC • Blackberry • Nokia • Motorola • Kindle • Jawbone • all lightning versions of iPhone / iPad / iPod
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