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Keep your unplugged power cords within easy reach with the Plug Out organizers

on Sunday, August 24th, 2014

If you have more things to plug in than you have outlets or if you just keep things unplugged to prevent power draw when appliances aren’t in use, you’d probably like a way to keep those unplugged cables in clear view and within easy reach.  These Plug Out plug organizers are silicone strips that adhereRead More…

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CableBox by Bluelounge is an simple way to organize your cable mess

on Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

Who doesn’t have an absolute mess of cables around their entertainment center and desk? But the CableBox from Bluelounge has a “Why didn’t I think of that?” design for organizing (or hiding) your tangled mess of cables. The box and easily removable lid are made of fire retardant plastic and is 15.6″ long x 6″Read More…


Bird on a wire – and it won’t be ruining your car wash

on Sunday, May 4th, 2014

If, despite your best efforts, you have an unsightly cable hanging out in plain view, why don’t you use these cute clips to make that cable a design element?  The Wire Blooms Cable Tidy Clips are little plastic cable clips that hammer into your walls with small nails and hold your cable to keep itRead More…

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Keep your cords in the Loop and they will be tangle free

on Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

I tend to travel a lot more as I have gotten a little older. The thing is, when I travel I always carry an assortment of mobile devices and their accompanying cords. Whenever I arrive at my destination, it always seems like my cords have been in a knot fight, always tangled with themselves andRead More…

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It is not kookie to use QooQi to organize your cables

on Friday, August 16th, 2013

If you are a gadget enthusiast like me, then you probably have gadget cables running all over your desk, just like me. I do have some cable keepers but they never seem to be in the right place or hold enough cables. The QooQi cable organizer, a Kickstarter project from B&A Studio, may be aRead More…

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Magnetic Organization System (MOS) review

By: Paul Grunwald
on Monday, June 3rd, 2013

In our house, we have an iPhone,  an Android phone, an LG phone, 3 iPods, two Nooks, and a digital camera.  Something is always on the charger, and almost every device has a unique plug.  Keeping the cables accessible and organized is a challenge.   Enter the Magnetic Organization System (MOS) to the rescue.


Keep your cables in line with the Cable Block

on Saturday, January 19th, 2013

So are you a Apple device junky? Do you and your family have multiple Apple devices that need to be charged at the same time? Are you looking for a way to keep all those Apple device cables sorted, off the floor and available to use? Then the Cable Block, an indiegogo project may be theRead More…


Organize your gear bag with the Cable Wrap from STM

on Friday, December 21st, 2012
Posted in: Cases, Covers, News

If you carry electronics in your bag, you probably have cables, connectors, and chargers in there, too.  If the bottom of your bag looks like a nest of snakes, you could benefit from the Cable Wrap from STM Bags.  The wrap is made of water-resistant black canvas, and it rolls up into a 10.2″ X 5.9″Read More…


Pre-order Skooba Design’s new Photo / Tablet Traveler V.3 and the Cable Stable Rollup Kit and save 25%

on Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Skooba Design is offering their two newest bags at a 25% savings if you pre-order before release day.  The Photo / Tablet Traveler V.3 is a portable “digital studio”, with room for a DSLR and mounted lens plus a tablet.  (Click the image for a larger view.)  There are more than a dozen pockets, includingRead More…


Organize Your iPhone Charging Cable with The Wrap

on Friday, July 27th, 2012

The Wrap, designed by Michiel Cornelissen, is a charging cable organizer that fits over the US/Canadian version of the iPhone charger.  You simply place the Wrap over the USB end of the iPhone charger, with the USB plug connected.  The Wrap mirrors the charger’s prongs, to create a convenient way to store the charger cable whenRead More…


Quirky Bandits – Rubber Bands With a Hook That Can Do Most Anything!

on Friday, June 8th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

These Bandits Rubber Bands from Quirky can do most anything you need them to do.  These elastic rubber bands have a hook made of glass-filled polypropylene.  They come in three sizes, and you can use them as cable ties, to hook a water bottle to a stroller, bunching up pencils and pens, or has hookRead More…


Rockpool Designs Can Corral Your Cables

on Friday, June 8th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

The cables for all your devices can make the back of your desk look like a nest of snakes, making it difficult to see what cable goes to what device.  It’s even worse when you have a laptop, because the cables for power and peripherals can fall back into the mess when you unplug themRead More…


Avoid Cable Chaos with the AluCube Mini

on Friday, March 30th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

Just|Mobile has the answer to that tangle of cables you fight with.  The 1.2″ X 0.9″ X  0.5″ AluCube Mini is made from a single piece of aluminum with a rubber-lined slot to hold your cables.  You can use it as a cable tie, or use the adhesive patch to attach it to your desktopRead More…


Manage Your Cords and Cables With a Pinza

on Sunday, March 25th, 2012
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Filed directly into the “Things we don’t really need but will want as soon as we see them” category is the Pinza. What is it? It’s a hand polished stainless steel cable manager that prevents cords from sliding off your desk or out of reach. Available in two sizes and priced at $12 for theRead More…


BongoTies Cable Wraps Review

on Saturday, November 5th, 2011
Posted in: Gear, Miscellaneous, Reviews

I truly dislike cable clutter in all facets of my life…, office, garage, etc.  I collect and reuse packing ties, rubber bands, micro-bungie cords and the like, continually doing my best to lessen the mess. As the story goes, I was doing my weekly perusal of our local Fry’s sales ad and saw an adRead More…


Pretty Up Your Cables with Leaf Ties

on Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Posted in: Gear, News

If you’re tired of plain cable ties, check out these Leaf Ties.  You’ll get 12 cable ties in a package that are strong, permanent, secure, weatherproof, and easy to remove.  You can use them to corral your cables, support a young plant in your garden, or even to identify your luggage.  They come from a UK companyRead More…


Remodelize Cableyoyo and Mobile Power Station Review

on Friday, January 28th, 2011
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

You know what they say about people with a lot of gadgets, don’t you?  They have a lot of cables and chargers!  And a lot of cables and chargers lead to a big tangled pile of extra stuff you have to carry with you to keep your gadgets charged and ready to use.  Remodelize hasRead More…


Cable Collar – Power Outlet Cable Organizer

on Sunday, October 17th, 2010
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News

The Cable Collar is quirky’s latest community-developed cord wrap product. If you’re not familiar with quirky, it’s a site where people can submit their product ideas and actually have them built and sold. The Cable Collar fits between a power adapter and a standard wall socket, providing a channel to wrap excess cord. As ofRead More…


Keep USB cables neat and tidy with Cordies

on Friday, June 18th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

We all know that the amount of USB cables that can clog up desk space can be a bit of a nightmare to control sometimes. There’s nothing worse than unplugging your USB cable, only for it to fall down the back of your desk! Well, you can take back control of the tangled mess that sitsRead More…


Organize Your Cables with The Rail for iMac

on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010
Posted in: Computer Gear, News

newPCgadgets offers a simple, elegant way to control your iMac cables.  The Rail is made of steel with a polished nickle finish.  It attaches to the iMac’s pedestal, below the center hole.  Metal clips on each side of  The Rail can hold up to 4 cables each, and there’s room for the power cable inRead More…