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ZUS Super Duty Cable Reviewed

ZUS Super Duty Cable

Do you find yourself changing your charging cables more often than you should? Are you scared at how they easily strip their cover? Do you have children or pets that can play with your cord? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, it’s time to rethink your brand of cables. This is the market niche that Nonda are targeting with their ZUS Super Duty Cable. To satisfy our curiosity, and to help us understand what makes it worth the price, we took one for a test drive.


The ZUS Super Duty Cable has a very impressive design. This super duty cable can work in lightning, USB-C, and micro USB slots. Your purchase will also include a tough nylon to keep the cords tangle free. But its biggest advantage is the technology used on the cord. It uses Aramid fibre, PVC, and nylon braiding and Kevlar on the outside.


ZUS Super Duty Cable made from only the best materials

What do all these design specifications mean to you? The ZUS Super Duty Cable is one of the strongest, if not the toughest, cables in the market today. Kevlar is the main material for creating bulletproof vests while Aramid fibres are not only strong but they’re also heat resistant. You don’t have to worry about your pets (or kids) chewing the wire and being harmed by an electrical zap.

When compared to a similar Belkin cable, the ZUS has a bendable capability of 5,000 times more than the Belkin. You can store this any way you want and the cable won’t lose its shape.

The length of the cable is around 1.2 metres or 4 feet, which is enough for you to charge comfortably inside the car. It would have been great if there’s a 10-feet version to give you a bigger leeway.

Final Thoughts

Compared to other USB charging cables, the ZUS super duty cable seems a bit more expensive, but it’s worth the money for a lot of reasons. It’s not only tough, but Nonda provides a lifetime warranty for it. It’s handy, portable, and effective in charging different types of devices fast.

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