Detachable USB End
Processing times are being reduced as we bring in new cable technicians to meet demand. Current processing times are 10-25 days. You will receive an email when your cable ships. Thank you for your patience as we try to bring in more help to reduce processing times even further.
Detachable USB cable ends! Mix and match different detachable cables and cable ends to create more designs or make your detachable cable usable with different keyboards! Why should you be limited to just one device with your detachable USB cable? Isn’t that the true purpose of a detachable to begin with?
Use our color chart to choose your favorite paracord pattern, and then choose your cable end length, device connector end, heat shrink color, and whether or not you want a coil or Techflex double sleeving! If your dream end isn’t fulfilled with colors or patterns we have, let us know! We will do our best to find what you are looking for. We are always interested in expanding our inventory to better provide for our customers. If you don’t see it but want it, you’re probably not the only one 🙂 If you’re looking for more options and customization for your dream detachable USB, check out our Multicolor Detachables!
Our USB ends are placed into our USB cable queue and will be completed in the order they are made. If you order a Dream Custom Detachable USB Cable with your Custom Detachable End, they will be shipped simultaneously, just as they were ordered.
We use 5-pin aviator connectors to create the detachable end of your cable. All cables are tested before shipment and will arrive ready for you to use. USB 2.0 spec only allows for cables to be about 15 feet long to work properly. Please understand that coils require more overall length to be added to your cable, which means that your overall device end length in combination with your other detachable host end could cause your cable to have trouble transmitting the power necessary for your device. We do not recommend trying to use a coil on each side of your detachable aviator, since your true cable length can quickly go out of USB 2.0 specifications.