By Bob Difley
RVers on the go can sometimes handle their stuff in a rather rough manner. This is especially true with the various cable and charge cords for our multiple electronic devices, as evidenced when they just stop charging for no apparent reason.
A group called Nonda is attempting to help those brutal cord handlers with its new 4-foot, ZUS Kevlar Cable, a strong durable cable that in recent tests by a German test lab bent the cable more than 15,000 times without it breaking.
The secret is in the Kevlar, the same stuff used by the military to make bulletproof vests and ballistic helmets. So go ahead, play tug-of-war with your rottweiler, use it as a tow cable for your Porsche, or run over it with your RV just because you can – and it will still work. It will likely be the last charging cable you will ever buy (it has a lifetime guarantee).
Watch the video to see proof.
Learn more on Nonda’s Indiegogo page where you can currently buy one for shipping beginning this month (July 2016).
You can find Bob Difley’s RVing ebooks on Amazon Kindle.