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Quirky Plug Hub Under Desk Cord Management

by Quirky
2 customer reviews

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  • Three openings on the top of the unit direct your cords neatly to your power strip
  • Three integrated cord anchors let you wrap up and hide longer cords.
  • Sit Plug Hub on its rubber bottom or on its back, or mount it to a wall.
  •  Made from rigid plastic with a rubber "foot" on the bottom
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Technical Details
BrandQuirky
Item Weight572 g
Product Dimensions8.9 x 26.9 x 23.4 cm
Item model numberPLG-1-CW1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004SGJBU2
Best Sellers Rank 34,955 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight748 g
Date First Available5 Jun. 2011
  
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Product Description

Keep your cords clean and concealed with Plug Hub, an under-desk cord management station that hides your power strip and cords in one discreet unit.

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Plug Hub
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Greg on 12 July 2014
Could have done with being slightly bigger. There are three areas inside to wrap your cables round. If you have chunky computer and speaker power cables it does make setup difficult due to the amount of room you have inside. The heavy cables also made the door type cover that hides the cables feel a little bit cheap and strained. However once setup it all looks quite sturdy and sleek.
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By Ms. N. Pharaoh on 16 Jan. 2015
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The cables behind our tv are all organised thanks to the quirky hub!
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful
Quirky Plug Hub - Good Idea, But Poor Value 30 Nov. 2012
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
The Quirky Plug Hub Under Desk Power Cord Management Station is a good idea, but in the way it is executed here it is a very poor value.

1. This unit is not made out of metal, as the pictures make it appear to be. It is made out of molded plastic. Power strips are sometimes the source of fires. This unit will not survive being kicked too hard, much less an electrical fire.

2. The base is too narrow to support multi-row power strips. It will only work with single-inline power strips that support 6 plugs. So the usefulness is limited.

3. The door clearance is such that large plugs (wall-warts) may not have enough clearance to allow it to close.

4. The depth is also such that there is not enough room to fully wrap longer power cords inside.

5. Even though standard power strips support 6 plugs, this unit has 3 ports and 3 wrapping poles. It might be fine for some situations, but this design further limits the capacity.

6. Considering it doesn't include a power strip, the premium it comes at makes it a poor value indeed.

CONCLUSION

There are some good things I can say about this unit. It's a good idea and it will help you organize your wires if you only need a basic inline 6 outlet power strip. And it can be mounted or left standing on your desk or the floor. But given all the shortcomings and the premium, it's not worth it.
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Does the job. 20 Jan. 2012
By Zach Wolf - Published on Amazon.com
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Does exactly what it says it does, hides the cords.

However, it should be noted that it looks much more "plastic-y" that it appears in the product images, which I wish I had known.

Also, I wish that it came with screws to attach it to the bottom of a desk.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Poor value 9 Jan. 2013
By Terry Miller - Published on Amazon.com
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Injection molded cheap plastic junk. The front door has a poorly designed locking mechanism, and I'm just waiting for the day it doesn't stay shut anymore. It looks and feels like it should cost about a fourth as much as it does, which I've found to be the case with all "Quirky" branded products. Don't buy "Quirky" branded products. They engineer the things to be disposable, and they only cost pennies to manufacture, and then they sell them like they're made of gold and will solve all your problems.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Serves its purpose, but overpriced for what you get 2 Jan. 2013
By Casey A. Henry - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this to help clear up some of the nightmare cord jungle that exists behind my TV stand. It serves its purpose, but it could definitely be better for the price. First of all, the unit is made out of pretty cheap and flimsy plastic. You probably don't notice it from 6 feet away, but up close it looks noticeably cheap. The unit also had trouble managing power bricks, some of which wouldn't fit inside. If this were under ten dollars, I would recommend it. For more than that, though, I'm not sure it's a good buy.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Eh 12 Jan. 2013
By gch289 - Published on Amazon.com
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This thing is kind of flimsy and frustrating to use. It does not snap shut very well and that makes it difficult to get it to close without pinching the cords coming out of the top. Its a nice concept, but not really worth the time or $$ in my opinion.
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