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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 is just the right size to fit on the desk and be out of the way while still heavy enough to hold your cords without being pulled off of moving much. Love it!5
I use this at work. Keeps all the wires detangled. But this works just at the ends. The other parts of the wires still get tangled sometimes. Wish it had another offering to keep the long wires bound as well.3
I needed this for cord management, I was constantly looking for my cords behind my dresser, under my bed, etc. it has helped me stay organized without constantly looking for the cords. it also makes it look neater to have the cords all organized properly5
This is a great idea. Sit it on your desk so all your power is in one spot5
It's like a paper weight, it's heavy and stays still on your desk, but it's not too bulky. Great organizer and cord management system.5
Even though I got this with my Birchbox points, I would have purchased it. This organized my tangle of cords and helped my desk finally looked organized!4
This thing does exactly what it's supposed to. It stays put with no adhesive and hasn't fallen off my nightstand yet.4
First off, it does the job it was intended to. It is heavy enough, grippy enough, bendy enough, durable enough.
It has a nice texture, looks neat, and is extremely practical if you have wires that need to be on the work surface of your computer station.
Cool design concept but not really for my taste. However i did use it for a little while.3
I bought this for my boyfriend while he was in a dorm his freshman year. He loved it because it kept all the cords together and they didn't get tangled.5