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What is included in the Shark Jack Combo kit?


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Hello. I tried to find pictures of what is included in the combo kit? I couldn't find any. I just ordered my from Lab401 in Europe, but they didn't carry the combo kit. What accessories are included other than the USB ethernet adapter, essential gear wrap and USB-C cable and charger?

Quote from the product page: "Combo Kit includes Shark Jack plus USB-C cable and adapter kit, USB Ethernet adapter and accessories kit, and Hak5 Essential Gear Wrap."

 

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Welcome to the forums!

The Combo Kit includes two accessory packs - the USB-C Essentials Kit and the Ethernet Essentials Kit - as well as the Hak5 Essential Gear Wrap. In total it looks like:

  • Shark Jack
  • UCB-C Essentials Kit
    • 4 inch Type C to Type C USB cable
    • Type C female to Type A male adapter
    • Type C female to Micro B male adapter
  • Ethernet Essentials
    • USB Ethernet Adapter (ASIX chipset)
    • Retractable Ethernet cable
  • Hak5 Essential Gear Wrap

I'll post some detailed photos when I get back to the office on Monday. 

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On 11/2/2019 at 6:51 PM, Darren Kitchen said:

Welcome to the forums!

The Combo Kit includes two accessory packs - the USB-C Essentials Kit and the Ethernet Essentials Kit - as well as the Hak5 Essential Gear Wrap. In total it looks like:

  • Shark Jack
  • UCB-C Essentials Kit
    • 4 inch Type C to Type C USB cable
    • Type C female to Type A male adapter
    • Type C female to Micro B male adapter
  • Ethernet Essentials
    • USB Ethernet Adapter (ASIX chipset)
    • Retractable Ethernet cable
  • Hak5 Essential Gear Wrap

I'll post some detailed photos when I get back to the office on Monday. 

Nice! Defiantly going to be picking one of these up 😄

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The tin is awesome! It should come with little shark mints, since the Shark Jack lives in the pouch now.

Another good accessory to possibly include in the kit in the future would be a RJ45 coupler. It's handy when you are debugging and just have a ethernet cable handy.

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