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    If your controller is empty and you want to continue playing? Then this is the perfect charging cable for you! This 3 meter charging cable stays tight in your PS4 controller and does not fall out during gaming.

    With this micro USB to USB cable of 3 meters you can charge controllers with a micro USB connection. Thanks to the sturdy and elastic cable made of braided textile, this cable does not break easily. So you don't need a new cable every few months. With a cable length of 3 meters, this cable is longer than average. This way you charge the controller without having to sit close to the console and you have complete freedom of movement while gaming.

    Micro usb cables

    You use a micro USB cable to charge controllers or other accessories with a micro USB connection. A micro USB connection is angular and only fits in your controller or accessory in one way. Many new controllers have an oval USB-C connection. So check carefully which connection you have before you buy a charging cable. In addition to charging, you can also connect the controller to your computer with this micro USB cable. Connect your controller to your computer with this 3-meter USB cable to power the controller without batteries.

    This cable is suitable for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One controllers.

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    SKU
    8720168204240
    EAN
    8720168204240

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    Xbox One Controller Charging Cable - Xbox One - 3 Meter Dark Gray with Black 3M
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    Xbox One Controller Charging Cable - Xbox One - 3 Meter Dark Gray with Black 3M
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