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Anywhere you wish to have cables temporarily held yet easily removed or extended, silicon holders gently grasps your power and peripheral cords so they do not fall off your desk every time you unplug your laptop. These silicon holders manages your wires and cables easily solving your cable management needs.
Each is a cute, rubber-like cable clasp, about one inch in diameter, with an adhesive back. You stick them to your desk, to the wall behind it, or even to other items on the desk, and it keeps one or more cables-depending on the thickness of each cable-from falling. The clip's "jaws" are sturdy enough to secure even the thickest FireWire cable, or several thin ones, but flexible enough that it's easy to get cables in and out of the clip when needed. They are also useful for routing cables to keep them out of sight and for storing earbuds when not in use. We also recommend them for keeping track of which identically-looking cable connects to which device.
I am pleased with the product, it looks stylish and sticks well to my desk. I have stuck a few of them to sides of my desk for over a week now and they seem to hold very well. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Yomi Okanlawon
Great little things. We got brown, white and black ones and have put them on various surfaces as well as on a flat surface or upside down etc and they have all held their stick. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Tiffany
Great bit of kit. Unobtrusive, great colours and, best of all, they do exactly what they should do - keep my cables neat and tidy.Published 14 days ago by Alex Freeman
They are nice, and do the job, but they did NOT come in the colours shown. Instead of Cream, Light Brown and Dark Brown. They were Cream, Black and Bright Red.Published 27 days ago by Lewitunes
I ordered this for my elderly mum, as the cables from her laptop kept disappearing down the back of the desk. She was delighted with them! Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. L. Smith