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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.
It came in a light green color that really doesn't match anything on my desk. I primarily use a laptop and don't have a need to keep all my cords in one place.2
mostly its another piece of junk on your desk. if you dont have a specific use for it, dont buy it.2
Cable organization is always a challenge and this product wants to be your solution. Functionally, it holds your cables only when plugged into a device. Perhaps that is due to the awkward, unappealing design: black rubber, clutters your desk or counter top, cables tend to fall out when not plugged into device. Not recommended.2
I could see how this would be slightly helpful if you had a desktop computer with a lot of cables but it did not do much for charger cables.2
I use this product at work. It's an interesting solution to a problem I didn't know I had...and still don't think I have. It's heavy, looks solidly constructed, but other than as a conversation piece, I don't really have much use for it. I have one iPhone 6 charger cable and one headphone set on my desk, all within easy reach already. Not a product I really needed.2
This was not what i expected in this months box. Its not much use to me or for me. I was not pleased. Maybe for others this is a great idea, but not for me.2
It does what it says it does. But it's just not relevant to me as I don't have a desk where it would be worth anything to me2
Great idea and cool product and good quality just not much relevance unless you have tons of different accessory cords2
I have a to of cords on my desk. Now they are resting in this thing. But it doesn't really do much to help them be organized better.2
So... I have mixed feelings about this product. I am actively looking for something that can organize my plugin cords, but this doesn't seem to be what I am looking for. The "device" is heavy and doesn't appear to move, but it's more of a holder of cord ends. Good for when you want to hide cords, not as helpful for keeping a cord from falling off my desk. But this just may be me.2