|It maybe named chicken but it certainly is no chicken when it comes to toughness|
Good thing I attended the launch of Fuse Chicken Apple peripherals very recently. I'm not the newfangledstuff kind of guy so I was on the lookout for more practical, value for money products. This range most especially the Titan Loop we got to take home and test caught my fancy.
FORM FACTOR: The form and construction reminded me of gooseneck lamps which can be manipulated to freely take any shape or form. Very retro and industrial-looking. It can do double duty (keychain, holder, et al) and no doubt, will travel well. I don't baby my travel stuff so this one suits me.
CLAIM: I'd be glad to put their claim of "toughest keychain cable on earth" to the test in upcoming trips. The steel and construction seem to be solid and can can take a pounding. I like that it can be looped to form a rather oversized keychain. Considering that I always carry a flash drive and other EDC stuff on my NiteIze Locker, it wouldn't look out of place in my pocket.
|Lagalog Fuse Chicken Titan Loop Review Infographic|
CONNECT-ABILITY: This is an Apple-approved cable so no "cable can't connect" surprises. Connected outright to my iPhone 5s. COMPATIBILITY: iPhone 5 and 6 series; iPads using Lightning connector
|Minimalist, no-frills shrink-wrap packaging|
SIZE: Extended, the Titan Loop measures 25 cm/9 inches. If you want a longer cable, get the Titan version (1 meter/39 inches; SRP P1950)
PRICING: At first, the P1690 price tag sounds expensive. But considering that this may outlast your phone (and possibly the next iteration of your device) and the fact that Apple peripherals are downright more expensive vis-a-vis their Android counterparts, it's not so bad after all.
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Disclaimer: Product was provided to author; however, this mini-review reflects the author's unbiased, honest opinion.