Atom Studios USB-C To Lightning Cable 2022 REVIEW — MacSources
Keep your Lightning cable in place with the tangle-free Flat + Weight cable from atom studios.
As the tech industry migrates toward USB-C, many devices/chargers still utilize older USB-A tech. As an Apple-centric home, we have three iPhones, a pair of AirPods Pro, an iPad Air, and a few iPad Mini devices. With several lightning-capable devices, we are constantly hunting for charging cables. After learning my lesson with a non-MFI 30 pin cable and a damaged iPad, I now solely purchase Apple-branded or third-party MFI cables for my devices.
The atom studios flat + weight Lightning cable arrived in a 4 3/8 inches wide by 7 7/8 inches tall by 1 1/4 inches thick hanging style package. The company name was displayed along the top left of the silver cover panel, while the centralized dark/light grey slipcover provided the remainder of the information about the 1.8m USB-C to Lightning Cable. The slipcover detailed the stone silicone cable, the bromine weight, ultra-fast charging, tangle-free flat design, USB-A and USB-C charging, and detachable cable weight.
In addition to the text, the panel provided an attractive image of the flat cable with a stabilizer weight. The atom studios logo was printed on both side panels, while the black plastic hanging tab was present on the top panel. The rear panel displayed the atom studios name/logo, product name, QR code, five product defining icons, recycled logo, product manufacturing labels, copyright info, warranty info, and an SKU barcode. The icons detailed the silicone/aluminum quality/durable design, ultra-fast charging via 18W USB-C/12W USB-C cable, flat knot-free 1.8m design, detachable stabilizing weight, and versatile charging with USB-A or USB-C.
I slid the lower tray out of the main packaging and found a 2 inches wide by 2 inches tall lower tray and a 3 3/4 inches tall by 3 3/4 inches wide upper tray. The lower tray contained the copper-colored 2 inches wide by 2 inches tall by 5/8 inches tall weight. I gripped the grey cardboard pull-tab, removed the weight, and was…