USB Mini Cable Kit Perfect for Travel

September 22, 2014 by

Griffin USB Mini Cable Kit

Griffin USB Mini Cable Kit

With technology integrated into every aspect of life these days, when we travel it’s not uncommon to bring along a notebook, phone, tablet, and for some of us even a travel router.

These devices keep us connected with loved ones and business colleagues by keeping our devices charged. They take our photos, deliver our news, keep us connected to our social networks, and more.

However with all that convenience, comes the challenge of packing all the cables we need to keep everything charged. With so many different cables it is common place to leave a cable behind, and if we aren’t careful they become a tangled mess.

Griffin has taken care of that problem with a convenient USB mini cable kit that has re-invented three of the most requested connectors making them easy-to-pack and tangle proof. The mini cables include:

  • USB to mini-USB used in cameras, MP3 players and several portable USB devices
  • USB to micro-USB used to charge smartphones and compact USB players
  • USB to Apple’s 30-pin Universal Dock connector used for iPod, iPhone, and iPad


The kit is compact and measures only 4.7 x 1 x 0.6 inches and weighs less than 2 ounces. Just tuck the kit in your backpack, purse or carry on and you’re set. These travel cables don’t tangle because they are only 2-3 inches in length and are encased in flexible plastic.

This convenient kit offers a world of connection options and can easily be carried in your pocket. It not only eliminates the hassle of a tangled rats’ nest of cables; it makes it easier to be sure you have all the cables you need to keep everything running while you travel. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3 mini cables.

The only downside is that because they are so short, sometimes it requires leaving your devices on the floor while charging.

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  1. Ruby T. says:

    A handy idea but perhaps those cables might be too short and cause consternation? But great if space is limited.

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