We love accessorizing some of our valuable items like laptops, tablet PCs and mobile phones. Not only it adds color and beauty but also represents our personality. A cable protector is a “must-have” for longer laptop or mobile phone use. We can also add color, beauty and personality to it, and what better way to do so is by checking out these animal cable protectors that I’m selling at an affordable price.
Inspired by Japanese cartoon characters and Pop culture icons, these cable protectors (which are compatible for iPhones and Android phones) are made from silicon materials, so expect less breakage when using it. It also reinforces cable plugs from the inside to the outside and helps provide a safe place for your USB port. This helps extend the usage life of your data cables and prevents pulling cracks.
How to Use:
Please excuse the mess. My first time to make a video.
How Do We Maintain Our Chargers?
How can you get rid of breakage, cracks and damages in your cable protector? Here are few easy ways:
- Be careful on how you coil it. The knots may cause damage in your cable’s pale wires. Instead of throwing it in your bag and leaving it there tangled up, use your hands in gently looping the cable on top of itself three to four times, depending on how short or long it is. Tuck each ends into the loop.
- One of the main causes of cable breakage is being bent too heavily by pressure or tension. Don’t apply too much pressure or tension when connecting your cable to the charger.
- Always pay attention to how to you connect and remove your cable. This seems to be self-explanatory for many of us, since there are times that we use our mobile phones even if it’s charging. Online claims of phone explosion due to usage while charging still remains unproven, but some technology experts explained that doing so increases battery life by a very small amount and might generate less heat inside. This causes your mobile phone to charge slowly. Be careful on how you coil it. The knots may cause damage in your cable’s pale wires. Instead of throwing it in your bag and leaving it there tangled up, use your hands in gently looping the cable on top of itself three to four times, depending on how short or long it is. Tuck each ends into the loop. If you don’t want this to happen in your phone, better unplug the charger or remove your cable from your phone’s USB port when using it.
Avail of these Adorable Cord Protectors to Properly guard you cords and wires!
For ¥ 350.00 only, you can get a pair of any of these designs. If you’re interested, send me a message on the following links:
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