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Desktop cable management may not be sexy, but neither is rooting around on your hands and knees amidst the mounting dust bunnies under your desk looking for your fallen power charger. Cordies keeps all your power cords, phone chargers, and audio cables in order so you can plug in and unplug easily and quickly.
Upon opening my box I immediately put this out on my counter to organize 2 phone charger cables and an ipad charger. It hasn't left its place since.4
Essentially a paperweight that doubles as a cable organizer. Two thumbs up!4
Convenient and blends in with he desktop. No tangles in wires nor do they fall behind the counters!5
A simple solution to an irritating problem: it keeps your cables right where you want them when you want them. Brilliant!5
This is a handy tool at my desk to keep me organized. Now my coworkers want to know where to get this handy tool.4
Simple concept but is perfect for untangling and keeping all your cords right where you want them. Works great on my desk with my laptop, phone, and iPad cords.5
Didn't know how much I'd like this product until I started to use it..it's like a paperweight for your cords! Works well.4
I started using it right away. It fits off to the side of my desk and does what it's suppose to. Nice and heavy for the size. Well, that's about it. Nothing spectacular, but it eliminates the cord mess.3
This product is very useful and practical for my job. I sit at my computer all day and have 5 cords that need to be plugged in daily. I no longer have to untangle the cords and they just sit there waiting to be used. The weight surprised me when first opening the product. It is somewhat heavy so it doesn't move around all the time.5
This was a genius solution to solve that pesky problem of cords all over the place on my desk. Heavier than expected, which is a good thing. Does a surprisingly good job of capturing the cord, even when the cord is thin.4