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MacBook - Save the life of your Magsafe Adapter


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New company just came out with this within the past year. It saves the fraying/melting of the Magsafe Power adapter.

Here is the site. Enjoy!

its only $13.99 + 2.99 shipping...

I just purchased a new 60w powercord for my Macbook, cause after 2 years of dogs yanking the cord out, it was done for....


http://macmagsaver.com/index.html
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That could have saved me the £60 for a new one! Great product, cheers .
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