Let me preface by stating that I have boxes of cables that may or may not have purposes.
I started using USB-C cables about 2 years ago when I bought my Pixel 2. Since then, many of my devices have it incorporated.
While the connection has many uses, this review will primarily be about aesthetics and charging capabilities, at least I am able to give them a through data transfer test.
The package is a zip lock bag, which I’m completely okay with, I care about the product itself, not the packaging. The first thing noticed is it’s red color. It’s a bright red, it stands out. The good thing, is that nobody can accidently take your cable. The end connectors are labeled with “TYPE-C” and the brands logo. This is by some reason, you gave cables that look the same, you can quickly tell them apart.
The cables aren’t too stiff it flexible. The bend without over doing it and damaging the wire. At the same time you can move the cable without being The Rock. The ends of the cable has a anti-fray end which is nice and will help prolong the life of it. Overall the look and wuskity shouts premium, but at an affordable price.
I used the cable to charge my phone. Because this is a very simple usage, I will keep it brief. I tested the cable in wuick charge USB ports, as well as normal speed ports. Next, I plugged it into a AC adapter. In all instances, the cable worked as it should. You get a 3.3 foot, 6.6 foot, and a 10 foot cable.