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Kableflags KFA001 Cable Identification Tags (DIY Blank Pack)

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  • 10 Blank Tags
  • Identify Plugs with Ease
  • Avoid a Costly Mistake
  • One size fits all
  • Create spare outlet when you need one
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Imagination International Inc.
  • Model: KFA001

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 0.4 x 10.8 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000TO8GGW
  • Item model number: KFA001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,232 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Never pull the wrong plug again by labeling them with Kableflags Cord Organizers. Available in a variety of customized packs, these wire organizers will prevent electronic mishaps throughout the home and office. Each Kableflags pack includes ten flags made of durable rubber that wrap securely around the cord. The wire labels have a white background and black print, making them easy to read in dark places such as under a desk or behind the television.

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Customer Reviews

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These tags are tough and easy to write on with a permanent pen marker.
Bernie41
These flags (tags) work great for tagging (identify) everything from the plugs in a power strip to the IDing of charger cords.
geezery
Love these little flags , tags or whatever you would like to call these.
S Altman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Elite on June 22, 2008
I am a gadget guy, I have piles of electronics and computer add-on's everywhere and all of them seem to use some special cable. I was constantly going through piles of power supplies and cords trying to figure out what went to what. Until I bought some of these.

They work great, are easy to attach and remove and there is no more guessing as to what this power supply or cable goes to anymore.

However, I really wish that they would have made them hold a paper insert so they could be re-used instead of writing on them. That would be my one suggestion to improve on the design, however since they are out to sell you as many as they can I don't see it happening. They are reasonably priced in my opinion so it is not much of an issue.

So if you have piles of cables you need to keep track of like me these are a necessity!
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By tierny on April 22, 2012
Such a simple task... Why are these so dumb, from conception, to material, to usage, to reuse.

Thick rubber with a hole in it is not the proper material for this product. It's overkill. The material is much too thick/durable.
Threading a label through its own hole is harder than you'd expect.
The rubber can't curl tight enough to grip and stay at the plug end of the cord. So they migrate up the cord. It takes a permanent marker to write on them. After a week, the ink soaks into the rubber itself leaving an ugly, untidy, smeared word.
That permanent ink will not come off when you reuse the tag somewhere else.
On top of all that, they add more clumsy looking clutter near your already messy pc ports.

They're just an ugly solution for something that could be simple and elegant. Just buy a Dymo labelmaker.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Kane on January 17, 2008
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These little tags are absolutely wonderful! I used them on all of the plugs behind my computer and ordered more for all of the plus that I have connecting all of the VCRs, DVD players, converters, etc., behind my TV. I also used them to flag the connections to my wireless router - my PC, my husband's PC, etc. We just moved and I flagged everything. The next time things are moved or changed around it will be SO much easier. I will never again have to crawl behind the computer to figure out which plug belongs to what. These are great for the USB hubs too!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By View2 on August 25, 2012
These work pretty good, but you will probably have to try several brands before finding what will work best for your needs. I got these to use on my aquarium cords. They are kind of ugly, but doesn't really matter if out of view behind an aquarium stand or piece of furniture.

Be careful what kind of marker you use, or the writing will bleed. I used a Sharpie black marker. Any other color I used bled/smeared. I prefer the kind of labels that stick around the cord like tape, but they tend to leave sticky residue, which these do not. I agree with another reviewer, that these tend to migrate down the cord, or swivel on the cord and face the wrong way. So they are better on cords that don't get moved much.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JA on February 27, 2010
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These are the best cable tags I have found that are easily available. They are very sturdy, they enable you to write a description on them, they easily thread through themselves for attachment, and they can be removed when desired. These are better, in my opinion, than the colored ones such as Best Buy and Amazon.com sell unless you can remember which colors you used for which functions six months or a year later when you need to change or add something.

There was a negative comment in the reviews about shipping cost but what may be missing from that comment is you can purchase three of these strips of ten for that same shipping cost. And you probably need more than ten labels - you want one on each end of the cable and one in the middle for longer cable runs, especially runs on their way to a multiple printer/scanner stand. That means each strip of ten labels can do 3 to 5 cables. For computers, what with ethernet, several USB cables which are especially useful to identify at your built-in computer hub and external hubs where several come so close together, video cables if you have multiple monitors, eSATA cables, and identifying power cables on your power strip, one strip of ten of these labels probably isn't enough. And for entertainment centers you probably have several coaxial cables, power cords, and audio/visual interfaces (HDMI, composite, component, RCA, S-video, etc.). So think about how many labels you could use, add 20% for growth or for things you forgot, and you'll see that the shipping cost becomes less of an issue.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. HupFons on January 3, 2009
These blank labels are excellent for specifying the particular name of the device to which they are attached; they can be personalized for a variety of electronic wire/cable identification needs. One caution when marking them: to prevent smearing of whatever is written on the label, make sure the ink is dry before wrapping them around the cable/cord/wire. These labels are large enough to write the name of the device to which they are attached, and they can be positioned anywhere on the entire length of the cord/cable to make it easier to identify the device. Since the labels can only be used once, there should be more than 10 included for the price or there should be some way to change the marking on the label. The shipping price is much too costly for standard shipping of such a small item.
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