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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.
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
It has a nice weight to it and it really does keep all of your cords in one place. It helps with the clutter.4
This totally organizes cords. Also it being weighted means it's not gonna move around easily so that's a plus. These guys always have nifty utilitarian products that are well designed for purpose.5
We have this on our night stand to keep all of our chords in place. Works great and keeps away from the clutter. I really like this.5
My wife and I have a station set up to charge all of our devices. This works great to keep all the cords together and not tangled or lost.5
I use this at my work office. Keeps my cords in place. Never have to search for them!5
This is a great concept. I put it on my nightstand and to not let cords get lost and un-manageable, and keep them off the ground. However, it just feels un-necessary. Adds clutter in order to organize clutter.2
It is a great idea, but it is really just not for me. I haven't used it once. But I like the way it looks. I also do not have a desk where I put my computer. So that being said I believe it could come in use for some.3
The product itself is a very good idea - a nice simple way to keep all your various cords organized.
The problem is the product should come with some 3M style sticky pads so you can use it upright/on the side of a desk.
Even that omission aside - the thing itself is so light that even two cords are enough to throw it askew kind of rendering it pointless.