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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.
This was pretty handy even though I don't need it. Sticks nicely4
Cool trinket with practical value. Not something I would ever seek out and purchase, but I did have an immediate application for it, so was pleased.4
This thing kept all the cords neat and tidy. I'm glad it was included in the box. I will be buying more.5
I use this next to my bed and it works perfect for charging multiple devices at one time and the cords not getting tangled!4
The idea is great but still needs a few little kinks worked out. If there was a way to get the base to be more secured to the surface it sits in then it would be almost perfect. When I unplug my iPhone it pulls the base and all the other chords along with it. For the price though, it's better than having nothing.3
This little organizer is amazing and so easy to use to keep my charging cables handy on my bedside table. Something so simple and yet so effective!5
I love this and have had t on my desk ever since I recieved it in my box. The color is nice and the size is perfect. My only issue is that it moves a bit too easily. But other than that small hiccup, I love it!4
When I first got this product, the first thing I noticed was the heavy weight of it. I have been very impressed with the quality, especially for the low price of this product.4
This is a perfect solution for keeping everything in its place and organized. I will definitely be recommending to friends.5
I didn't find this product to be especially useful. It is a great concept but the weight wasn't heavy enough and so it kept sliding off the counter.3