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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.
It keeps my charger cable from falling off my nightstand next to my bed, however the holder tends to move around a lot and on occasion falls on the ground or behind my bed when unplugging my phone or accidentally hitting it.
Overall I'm content with it, but it would be nice to have a better grip on the bottom.
This product does as advertised, but am I the only one who doesn't have a problem with runaway cords? It just doesn't seem super helpful to me. If you are someone who has 100 cords on your desk and feels the need to keep them stationary, I highly recommend this product.4
I love these so much I bought one for my home desk, my office desk, and three more for some coworkers of mine! These are great with the new Macs that have to have a lightning adapter for everything!5
keeps cords nice and easy to access so they don't fall behind the night stand. Nice to have my phone, lap top and ipad cords all together.5
I like the material, it is moderatley heavy. It wouldn't break anything if it feel, but it is heavy enough to keep things in place. Does what it claims and for a good price.4
i love that something other than a grooming product was included. this has been much more useful than i thought!5
Cool concept, but I really only have 1 (sometimes 2) cords on my desk, and I can only imagine having fewer cords in the future.3
I really like the concept of this. I think it does well with separating cords and making sure they're easily accessible. Being weighted down helps.4
An okay concept. I have no use for it, i dont really know how many people use more than just a phone charger, and a laptop charger anyways, but i do not. Maybe i am out of touch, but i dont feel the need to add an ugly paperweight to a surface just to hold a cord in place.2
I keep this on my nightstand. It prevents charging cables from falling out of reach behind the bed.4