We’ll suggest you the best alternatives after understanding your requirements. However, if you do not wish to go for another product immediately, you can either get a Credit Note / Gift Voucher.
Along with the unused product, please keep the original product packaging& all contents of the box intact. WITHOUT ORIGINAL PACKAGING WE SHALL NOT ACCEPT RETURNS
Ship it to us
In case a pickup by our logistics partner is not possible, you can also self-ship the product to us & we shall reimburse shipping charges up to a maximum of Rs. 70/-. Please ensure that the product is adequately wrapped so that no damage occurs in transit.
Refund Process & Time
Refunds generally take anywhere between 3 – 10 working days to complete. In most cases, you shall get a refund through the payment mode you had used for your order. Else, it will be via a cheque payment. For all cash On Delivery orders, refund will be by cheque only.
You have to send us a couple of pictures of the damaged product. If it is found to be a manufacturing fault, we shall replace the product immediately. In all other cases, the brand’s warranty terms shall apply. UltraProlink Care shall assist you in registering your complaint with the brand. However, the final action & resolution shall be done by the brand.
Sync cable or charger is an ideal. Double-shielded oxygen-free cable.
Cable length: 2 meters
99% oxygen-free copper conductors. PVC Black finish. Nickel-plated connectors. AL foil shielding and foam polyethylene dielectric insulator.
The UltraProlink PMM222-0300 USB A male – PDMI A male 2m cable allows you to connect your Samsung Galaxy Tab to a USB source for a speedy and efficient sync & charge.Using 99.99% OFC cable with shielding on the inside this high quality sync charge cable with its extra long length allow you to operate your device from a comfortable length.
What is PDMI ?
PDMI (Portable Digital Media Interface) is an interconnection standard for portable media players. It has been developed by CEA (Consumer Electronics Association) as ANSI/CEA-2017-A standard Common Interconnection for Portable Media Players in February 2010. Chaired by David McLauchlan from Microsoft, the standard was developed with the input or support of over fifty consumer electronics companies worldwide.