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Chargeasap's Infinity Cable: Rapid Charging Review

Updated: Dec 24, 2019


Running behind because of my car overheating, I take an Uber home the rest of my commute back from work, hop in the shower, and get ready for a wedding that evening. Before showering, I plug my phone into the charger. The charge is low, single digits. It is going to be a long night, in a part of town I have never been in, and my car charger is back inside the Impala on the side of the road. My wife is coming to rendezvous, and then we will be off, with a reliable GPS capable of guiding us through the most obscure parts of Cincinnati.


But my charger is some cheap, off-brand cable. My phone gains hardly any charge while I'm getting ready. The drive is forty minutes. My wife's phone is low too on charge, and she has misplaced her car charger. We turn off background app refresh and turn on low power mode. Nonetheless, we barely navigate there and back, our phones nearly dying. Having the fastest charging cable is valuable in scenarios where speed is key.

That need for fast, convenient charging is the goal of the Infinity Cable. With three varying heads (USB C, Micro USB, and Lightning Cable) the Infinity Cable gives plenty of variation. With a maximum charge support of 100 watts, it can more than meet the max charging speed of most devices. And, of course, it is nice having the magnetic feature given the number of times my dog pulls my device off the table while he runs by looking for a toy. The magnet allows for a quick release from the device in such cases.


USB-C laptops like the Macbook Pro 16" also receive the max charging speed, which is fantastic. All this talk of max charge is not to be confused with Apple Fast Charge, as Apple devices with this capability require a special USB-C to Lightning Cable that has a special chip in it. Since this chip is not compatible with other devices (and also only available to Apple), it is not featured in Chargeasap's Infinity Cable.

There are plenty of other notable features with the Infinity Cable, like its ability to control time, space, reality, mind, soul, and all the power in the world. Actually, I may be confusing it with another Infinity device. Anyways, it features fray-proof braid, a light that turns on indicating charging, a tip remover for its three tips, and (optional with additional charge) a carrying case plus a USB-C to USB-A adapter for the male connector.


To see more of the Infinity Cable, check it out on Kickstarter & Indiegogo. Pricing starts at $30.