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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.
love the material, soft and strong at the same time. works very well on my desk. now i don't lose any of my chargers.4
product was too light to hold cables on desk, also i received a lime green one and it didnt match anything i would rather of gotten a black one.2
I am a web developer and I take this with me so that while I'm working I can just set up my charger and not worry about it falling of the table every time I unplug it.5
Got this item in my February box and it's pretty amazing. Keeps my cords from falling behind my desk at home. How did I live so long without this little contraption in my life?5
With all the devices I keep on my desk, this weighted trapper keeps em all in line. Definitely recommended.
The other plus side is that this is lime green, and I cant really lose track of it... haha
This was something I did not know I needed, but I am really happy with it so far. I will always have my cords and cables close at hand from now on.4
I work in tech, so I have way too many cables around my desk and they are always slipping off the desk or getting tangled. The Quirky Cordies product eliminated this mess, and made setting up my laptop in the morning and unplugging it at the end of the day a breeze. Would 100% recommend this product.5
I suppose it's because I don't do much work at a desk, but I don't really see the need for this item.2
Works well for its intended purpose. It just happens to be a very strange purpose.3
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