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Cable management may not be sexy, but neither is rooting around amidst the dust bunnies under your desk, in search of a fallen power charger. Cordies keeps all your wires and cables in order so you can plug in—and unplug—with ease. This weighted but flexible five-pronged design provides a solid grip for all your cords, while a rubber bottom gives stays put on your desk.
I keep my chargers in different areas as they serve different purposes. I can see some people needing this product and it would be great for them but it is a very specific use.2
I thought this product would organize the cord chaos a bit better - perhaps I'm not using it incorrectly but it kind of gets lost in the clutter and ends up falling on the floor with all of the cords still attached. At least I don't have to hunt for them - they all fall together.2
This product works most of the time but isn't heavy enough to keep the cords on the table all the time. Wish it had some sort of grip or clip to keep it on the table. As I write this, it sits with my laptop cord on the ground2
I must admit that I was excited to use this product, but found myself disappointed by how unstable it was. It moves around much too easily. I think this could be improved by making the base more stable or by including a version with a sticky bottom.2
Maybe im to modern but i have an all in ! computer and everything i have goes wireless, so i dont have any cords for this little thingy to hold. i could see it useful if you did tho. guess it will make a nice mail sorter.2
doesn't blow my skirt up. i tried it at work and it did not do what i expected. moved around and did not hold cords in place.2
I'm sure many people find this thing useful, but it is just not that practical for me. It's actually surprisingly heavy and durable though.2
It's a big hunk of plastic. that's about all I can really say.2
This product could easily be replaces with a simple piece of tape or two. It could also be replaced with binder clips. It's just not that special of a product.2
Great concept. Didn't work well for me because I have a lot of cords which outweigh the cordies so instead of keeping cords on my desk, the cords fall down along with the cordie. Would work great for those without too many cords or for those who can somehow wedge the cordie tight between the desk and the wall so it won't fall.2