Keeps all your cables neat, tidy and within easy reach
✓ No More Cable Clutter: With a simple and minimalist design, the cable organizer can firmly hold up to 5 cables in a neat and orderly way.
✓ Solid Material: Constructed with a durable silicone instead of poor quality plastic, it's built to last
✓ Easy To Install: Peel off the 3M film and attach the organizer to any smooth, clean surface. It can be installed on multiple surfaces such as plastic, wood, glass etc. When it’s removed, there is no residue left
✓ Multiple Uses: Can be used in your home office, in your call, on walls, desks etc. Each hole is 5mm in width to accommodate a variety of cable sizes including slim power cord, USB cable, mouse cable, audio cable, headphone cable, game console cable and so on.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ - "Stunning job for OCD cable management!"
"I turned an old drafting board into a computer desk out of nessesity for my tiny apartment. These kept all my cables nice and neat as you would expect. Just peal the cover off the back and stick them down. I haven't tried to remove them but the tape on the back is like 3M hooks whereas it sticks solid but could easily be removed without residuee. They do the job and clearly won't damage whatever you stick them to. Nice pliable rubber/plastic cord holerds that can hold power cables and tiny little phone charging cables. Very worth the money!
Size: 118mm x 22mm (4.64" x 0.87")
1 x Cable Organizer
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