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December 4, 2017

The Bobine Flex charging dock is an all-in-one accessory you need to have

by John_A

There are a ton of accessories out there for charging your phone, whether you’re just looking for a new cable, a charging dock for your desk, or a flexible mount for your car. But what if you could combine all three accessories into one? What would that look like?

It just might look like the Bobine Flex C the world’s most flexible Android charging dock. It’s a USB Type-C to USB-A connector cable that’s wrapped in a flexible-yet-rigid outer lair that will bend and flex however you like so your phone is both charging and accessible at all times.

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Since it’s got a USB Type-C connector, this accessory will work with most popular phones released in the past few years including the Google Pixels, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8, and the LG V30 along with many many more. The kit also includes dashboard clips for your car, so you can plug the Bobine Flex into your car charger and then secure the flexible cable wherever you’d like it on your dash.

To buy a quality new charging cable, desktop dock, and car mount all individually you’d likely spend over $100, and usually, the Bobine Flex is sold for $30. But thanks to this great deal from Android Central Digital Offers, you can snag your own for just $19.99. It’s a great price for such a futuristic and handy accessory which can also be used as a tripod for taking photos or recording videos with your phone held in place wherever you choose to set it up.

It’s the ultimate charging accessory for your Android phone and it can be yours for just $19.99! Don’t delay — this deal won’t last for long!

See at Android Central Digital Offers

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