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151 of 151 people found the following review helpful.
great organization tool
By Charles D. Mitchel
great organization tool! I needed this on my desk at work to keep my phone charger cord in place. My previous solution was to place a paperclip on the cord and position that between the two desk pieces. This works great at keeping my cord in place. A co-worker was in town visiting my office and saw this, and said it was exactly what she needs too. I plan to use the others at home to help clean up the mess of cords behind the wall where my TV hangs. The open part (where the cords go) is bigger than I anticipated, so it can hold more than one cord. However, the lightning end of an iPhone cord stays in it, and the way the top part where you put the cords in is soft yet springy, it's easy to get the cords in and out. It's also probably smaller in diameter than a quarter so I have it on the top of my desk just out of the way of my mouse pad, and it never gets in the way.
125 of 125 people found the following review helpful.
Love the armband
By James C. Flores
Love the armband. Non-slip.I didn't expect them to work as well as they do, to be honest. I was afraid they'd be huge and cumbersome, but they're small and discreet. You just stick 'em and push your cords right into the little slots. They work perfectly with the new Volutz cord (even though it's thick and nylon) I got hubby, and his other cords too. We started out with placing two under an end table next to the couch for our tablet and phone, and it sticks great, looks so much nicer not having to drape a cord across the table. The grips are open enough so the cords move in and out of them without issue, so the cords essentially pull and retract. I'm not giving it a full 5 stars
103 of 103 people found the following review helpful. See all 349 customer reviews...
A good cable holder
By Ryan D. Moran
A good cable holder,They basically are a molded rubbery material with a strong mounting tape on the back, I bent the cable clip to 'open' the cord holder and put the cable right. I figured out where I wanted the clip to go, then peeled off the cover to the mounting tape and applied it. I then went to hook up my laptop, and realized that I had it turned slightly to the right, which meant I was pulling against the cable clip. I then peeled off the cable clip (it was strong) and was worried that it wouldn't stick anymore. I figure out how I wanted it, pushed it on and viola! it stuck just fine!