Verbatim 99675 USB-C to USB-A Cable - 47 in. Braided Black, Tangle-free Data Transfer Cable

Verbatim 99675 USB-C to USB-A Cable - 47 in. Braided Black, Tangle-free Data Transfer Cable

Verbatim 99675 USB-C to USB-A Cable - 47 in. Braided Black, Tangle-free Data Transfer Cable

Verbatim 99675

$15.85
Brand New
Availability: Sold out!
  • Free Shipping
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • 30 Day Returns
  • Carbon Neutral

Product Key Features

  • USB-C to USB-A Cable - connect a USB-C device to a USB-A for data transfer
  • 56k ohm resistor provides safe charging while protecting your legacy USB port
  • Durable nylon braided cable
  • 47 in./120cm length
  • 1-year limited warranty
$15.85
FREE Returns
-
+
Notify me when available
Ask Our Experts
Call Us Now
888.267.9566
For every order we

Plant 3 trees

Offset 10kgs of CO2

Rescue 6 plastic bottles

Verbatim 99675 USB-C to USB-A Cable - 47 in. Braided Black, Tangle-free Data Transfer Cable

Verbatim 99675

$15.85
FREE Returns
Brand New
Availability: Sold out!
  • Free Shipping
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • 30 Day Returns
  • Carbon Neutral
$15.85
FREE Returns
-
+
Notify me when available
Ask Our Experts
Call Us Now
888.267.9566
For every order we

Plant 3 trees

Offset 10kgs of CO2

Rescue 6 plastic bottles

Product Key Features

  • USB-C to USB-A Cable - connect a USB-C device to a USB-A for data transfer
  • 56k ohm resistor provides safe charging while protecting your legacy USB port
  • Durable nylon braided cable
  • 47 in./120cm length
  • 1-year limited warranty
Minimize
Info
Info Page
Reviews Top
×

×
  • Description
  • Tech Specs
  • Refund Policy

Verbatim

99675

This USB-C to USB-A cable allows you to connect a USB-C device to a USB-A port without the need for an adapter. It includes a 56k ohm resistor that provides safe charging, protecting your legacy port. Made of a durable braided nylon to minimize tangles, this charging cable is the ideal companion for your USB-C devices.

More from the Manufacturer

Charging Cables

As long as there have been devices, there have been cables to charge them. Over the years, technology has advanced so that now, you can use one cable to simultaneously charge your device and transfer data. Pretty much everyone has one, and most people have multiple cables, one for every device they have. And if you’re still using the cable that came with your device, it may be time for a replacement. Cables can degrade over time, and depending on your specific needs, there may be another cable that works better for you. When buying a new cable, there are several factors to consider.

Compatibility

The most important factor in buying a new cable is to find one that’s compatible with your device. Currently, the most common types of cables are microUSB cables (for non-Apple devices) and Lightning cables (for Apple devices). And with the introduction of Type-C devices, Type-C cables will soon make their way into the market. Previously, if you had both kinds of devices, such as an iPhone and a Kindle e-Reader, you had to have a separate cable for each device. However, a new kind of cable has recently become popular: a cable that is both a microUSB cable and a Lightning cable. One example of this type of cable is the Verbatim Sync & Charge microUSB Cable with Lightning Adapter – this microUSB cable comes equipped with a Lightning adapter that allows you to use it with both your microUSB and Apple Lightning devices.

Features to Consider

Durability
We’ve all been there – our charging cable has become cracked or frayed from overuse and we need to charge our phone. We use these cables every day, and if you are using a low-quality cable, it can lead to a lot of headaches. Generally, braided versions tend to be more durable than their non-braided counterparts.

Length
Maybe the reason you’re buying a new cable is to get a different length. For most people, a ~3ft/90cm cable will suffice, but other cable lengths have their advantages. A shorter cable may be better for working with your computer, allowing you to sync or charge your device while keeping your workspace clutter-free. On the other hand, a longer cable can work better for harder to reach plugs or for overnight charging. Regardless, make sure you get an appropriate length for your specific needs.

USB Versions
In 2008, USB 3.0 was introduced as the successor to USB 2.0, and since that time, newer USB versions, such as USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3.1 Gen 2, have been introduced to the market as well. But you may still be wondering what the benefits of USB 3.0, and its’ successors, are. The main difference between USB 2.0 and the various USB 3.0 versions is speed. USB 2.0 has theoretical top speeds of 480 Mbps while USB 3.0 has theoretical top speeds of 5Gbps, making it about 10 times faster. USB 3.1 Gen 1 has the same speeds as USB 3.0; however, USB 3.1 Gen 2 has theoretical top speeds of 10 Gbps, twice as fast as USB 3.1 Gen 1. Regardless, in order to get the top speeds from the various USB interfaces, both the host device and peripheral device must use the same high-speed connection type.

Return Policy

Time to Return

Standard Return Policy

We offer a hassle-free 30-day returns policy for domestic (US) orders, excluding non-refundable items. Refund or Replacement within 30 days of the delivery date. All products that fall under the Standard Return Policy qualify for our 30-Day Hassle-Free Returns. Please see the section above for more details.

Replacement Only Return Policy

Replacement within 30 days of the delivery date.

Manufacturer Only Return Policy

Covered by the manufacturer's warranty. Please refer to the terms and conditions for the manufacturer's warranty or contact the manufacturer.

Holiday Extended Return Policies

Extended Holiday Return Policy.

Qualifying purchases of products displaying the " Extended Holiday Return Policy ", from November 1st, 2023 to December 25, 2023, are eligible for a Refund or Replacement until January 31, 2024.


Extended Holiday Replacement-Only Return Policy

Qualifying purchases of products displaying the " Extended Holiday Replacement-Only Return Policy ", from November 1st, 2023 to December 25, 2023, are eligible for a Replacement until January 31, 2024.

FAQ
Yes, you can use this cable to charge your USB-C device. It is compatible with USB-A ports and can transfer power as well as data.
Yes, this cable supports fast charging for devices that are compatible with USB-C fast charging technology.
The cable is 47 inches long, providing ample length for connecting devices that are not in close proximity.
Yes, the cable features a braided nylon material that enhances its durability and prevents tangling.
Absolutely! This cable is designed for data transfer between USB-C and USB-A devices, making it perfect for connecting your laptop to external hard drives, printers, and other USB-A peripherals.

Customers also viewed these products

Add to cart
Add to cart
Add to cart
Add to cart
Add to cart
Add to cart
Add to cart

Recently Viewed Products