There are loads of charging cables that claim to be extremely durable. I can confirm that Anchor’s $39 offering walks the talk, and it even lets you swap connectors so you can plug it into anything. But there’s one niggle that’s keeping me from using it regularly: the magnets. Let me explain. This cable has a solid steel casing, plugs into USB-A ports at one end, and lets you quickly switch between magnetic microUSB, Lightning, and USB-C connectors on the other end, on a whim. It’s well crafted, with beautifully finished metal on the jacks and casing. The neodymium magnets…

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