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Why Everyone Needs a Good 10-Foot Charging Cable

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Picture it: You, lying across the couch, snuggled underneath a blanket with your phone, scrolling through social media or texting your friends. You roll over only to feel that tug — you know the one — that reminds you just how short your charging cable really is.

There are too many tweets to see and Instagram posts to like to be limited by a short charging cable. So,, the New York Times company that reviews products, we’ve picked out the best 10-foot charging cable.

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