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Belkin F8B015 Hide Away Cord Concealer White (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Belkin
12 customer reviews

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Belkin
  • Model Number: F8B015

Product Description

Item #: BLKF8B015. Hideaway Cord Concealer protects your cables from damage and deterioration and makes them easier to find. Now you can eliminate clutter and access your cables quickly and easily. The user-friendly design lets you cut the plastic to fit any cord length, and you can paint the tubing to match your room decor.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 5 inches ; 9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.7 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0002MK94I
  • Item model number: F8B015
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,655 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By M. Monroe on September 29, 2007
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The Belkin hide away cord concealer works well for hiding speaker wires running along a wall. The price per foot is very reasonable and the finished product looks good. The only downside with this product is that it comes rolled up (picture a roll of 3 inch wide masking tape), and you have to first unroll the plastic and then form into a rectangular tube. Be sure to cut to length, then stick to the wall, then run the wires through, and then, as the last step, seal the tube shut.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Kevin S on April 16, 2009
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I have an 18 foot wall with the TV/Receiver in the middle and speakers out on the sides plus network, phone and power cables all running along the baseboard. I needed a product that could hold a lot of wires and came in decent lengths at a reasonable cost. This product by Belkin fit all the requirements.

As others have said, this product is not rigid and comes in a box that's about 5 inches cubed with the concealer all rolled up. I bought two of them, one to house all the cables running left of the TV and one for all the cables going right of the TV.

First thing i noticed is that there is a 1/2 foot discrepancy between what is advertised and what you get, it's actually only 7 1/2 feet long not 8 as advertised. So keep that in mind when measuring.

There are two adhesive strips, one thick one which is used to secure the concealer to a surface like the floor, baseboard or wall and one thinner one which is used to seal the concealer in it's rectangular shape.

I would recommend that you stick the concealer unfolded to your surface first. When I put together my first one, i unrolled it and then used the thinner strip to stick the edges together to form the shape of the concealer. However over the 7 1/2 foot run I ended up getting a corkscrew effect , it wouldn't go together flat. So I took it apart and then stuck it to the floor board, gathered my cables and then sealed the concealer up in it's rectangle shape and that worked great.

One thing to note is that it's somewhat difficult to add cables later. YOu don't want to break the seal too many times or the concealer won't seal on the edge and it'll just flop open and won't do it's job.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By pooki hed on January 18, 2008
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This product must be folded into the shape. Cords fit easily inside. There's two adherent strips, one to hold it's rectangular shape, the other to adhere it to the wall. Although the strip adhered and held the item to the wall, I found that the adherent strip to hold it into it's rectangular shape was not strong enough. I needed to use scotch tape to keep it closed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Samsuddha on September 25, 2013
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This is an okay product but not one I would recommend. It failed to stick fast to my wall for more than a few days and even the glue that holds the panels in place is coming off now. It maybe okay for concealing light wires but if you are using for concealing heavy wires like AC cables, computer cabling etc it will struggle.
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Cons:

Comes rolled up in a small box. Likes to stayed rolled up, too. Had to lay it out and place heavy objects on it to straighten it out.

Not the easiest stuff to work with; adhesive isn't very strong, if you accidentally allow it to touch something it will be very weakened once you peel it away from whatever you didn't want it attached to. Channel doesn't stay closed well either, due to the weak adhesive.

Hard to get straight on wall, final channel flap hard to get flat (the flap you fold over to close the channel) - looks wavy.

No easy means for corners, tees, or wye intersections. this may be the worst part - every intersection I have looks horrible

Channel volume is very limited. Very.

Pros:

Decent price for product

Would do well for straight runs only

Would to well for 1-2 SMALL wires

Story:

Used in home theater system install in my apartment. Ran wires from units, up to a mounted TV, front, and center speakers; across a fireplace to a subwoofer, and to the back of the room to 4 surround speakers. Product was not ideal for this application. Too many intersections, thick cables/wires, number of wires. Had to double up in many areas (looks horrible, by the way... hard to get these things straight). These things are meant to hold just a few wires, so I certainly over did some of these channels.

Overall: 5/10 (3/5) -> not sure why "sound" quality rating is provided... doesn't apply here.
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By Brniyez on December 15, 2009
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I recently mounted a flat screen TV on the wall, and I was not very knowledgeable on the items necessary to conceal the wiring. This one looked pretty simple. As it turned out, it did the trick. I also had concerns about how many wires would fit inside and I was able to fit a coaxial cable, two large AV cables (the red, yellow and white ones), as well as, the television power cord. The concealer comes packaged kind of weird, but after construction, it was about as simple as it could get to surround the wires and attach them to the wall using this hide away cord concealer. It's been two weeks and it still holds on the new construction paint (chalky base paint) no problem. My only concern is that it will destroy the painted wall if I ever need to remove it. Once it's stuck in place, that's it! So, be careful and make sure you have it where you want it.
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