Pale Pine iPhone Lightning cable · 1.2 meter · Made of recycled plastics

Recovers 1 kg of ocean-bound plastic You can track your impact after purchase.

Minimal Series
Less material - less waste

For this cable we removed as much material as possible without compromising on quality. We also sourced post consumer recycled plastics nearby our factory to minimize transportation.

  • USB A to Lightning

  • 1.2 meter length / 3.9 feet

  • Connector shells of recycled TPE

  • Sleeve of recycled TPE

  • MFI certified by Apple

  • Recycled plastic free paper packaging

  • GRS (Global Recycling Standard)


iPhone 14 - all versions
iPhone 13
iPhone 13 mini
iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 13 Pro Max 
iPhone 12
iPhone 12 mini
iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone X
iPhone XS/XS Max
iPhone XR
iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro/11 Pro Max
iPhone SE (2nd generation)
iPhone 8/8 Plus
iPhone 7/7 Plus
iPhone SE (1st generation)
iPhone 6S/6S Plus
iPhone 6/6 Plus
iPhone 5S
iPhone 5C
iPhone 5



iPad (8th generation)
iPad (4th generation)
iPad Air
iPad Air 2
iPad Air (3rd generation)
iPad (5th generation)
iPad (6th generation)
iPad (7th generation)
iPad Mini (1st generation)
iPad Mini 2
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini 4
iPad Mini (5th generation)
iPad Pro (9.7-inch, 10.5 inch and 12.9-inch models)



iPod Nano (7th generation)
iPod Touch (5th generation)
iPod Touch (6th generation)
iPod Touch (7th generation)

Weight 32 g
Dimensions 80 × 80 × 18 mm

1.2 meters, 3.9 feet

Apple MFI Certified


Product Materials

rTPE ♻, metal

Packaging Materials

FSC Paper


CE, REACH, RoHs, WEEE, FSC, Global Recycling Standard, MFI

Factory Audit

BSCI, SMETA Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audit

The purchase of this product offsets $0.75 to the funding of ocean plastic cleanup. Equivalent to collecting 1 kilos of ocean plastics or 80 plastic bottles.

Thanks to our partner Empower we are able to offer a dashboard that will be sent to you after ordering allowing you full traceability of your contribution.


Empower operates in more than 15 countries incentivizing the collection of plastic waste, kick-starting waste management systems and building transparency in the supply chains of recyclers and plastic producers.

The use of Blockchain technology and 3rd party verification ensures both transparency and traceability throughout the value chain. This prohibits tampering, so buyers are guaranteed that they are actually help get rid of plastic in the ocean.

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