This cable arrived along with another, to replace a year old Blitzwolf cable which has intermittently stopped charging. These were regarded as the BeezKneez of cables, so I'm a bit disappointed, as my other Apple ones (which cope abuse from the kids) have lasted years.
The photo shows the original Google Pixel cable. Fairly thin, but ok,. The middle cable is the new RavPower one which is a smidgen thicker. Its quite easy to bend, so I'm not sure how long it'll last.
The MST cable is the heft one on the right. It's thick, it's solid, you can feel the resistance/strength when you bend it. You can feel the quality.
It has a decent size plug, which is easy to grip this you're less likely to grab the cable itself.
5A charging requires that the cables themselves contain USB certified chips in them, to tell the devices that they connect to that they are up to the task. These cables do contain chips, and will happily charge at up to 100W, which is amazing. These are also no-compromise on data too - unlike even Apple's high power cables which are USB 2.0 (!!), these cables are TOP SPEED at full USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10gbps) speed, and as a result they work especially great with one cable laptop docking solutions for both power and data.