|Item Weight||1.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 4.5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||CD-BL|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Bluelounge CableDrop Black - Cable Management System, Pack of 6
|Price:||$6.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25—or get FREE Two-Day Shipping with|
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Fixed behind or on the desktop, even onto a facing wall, anywhere in fact where you wish to have cables temporarily held yet easily removable or extended. CableDrop gently grasps your power and peripheral cords so they do not fall off your desk every time you unplug your laptop.
Top Customer Reviews
I generally carry around a few different devices in my book bag that I use somewhat frequently. These include a wireless speaker, portable battery, Amazon Kindle reader, and a cell phone. These are all devices I need to charge somewhat frequently. In addition, I have a razor that requires me to charge it before each use. To avoid clutter with wires, I use four off these cable holders to hold up one micro USB 3.0 cable, one micro USB 2.0 cable, one mini USB 2.0 cable, and a charging cable. These adhesive units allow me to hold them on the side of the desk, where I can reach any of them without moving. This prevents clutter from the top of the table, and from the floor, as these wires will not need to sit on the floor while I am not using them.
Each of these units can hold up to two thick cables or three thin cables. The adhesion is strong enough to support the weight in any case. I have never had to replace one of these cable holders as a result of it falling under the weight of the wires. When I touch the unit after it has been placed on a surface, it does not budge unless a great deal of force is put on it. You would have to put some muscle into it before it rips out of its position.
Overall, I would recommend this product to anyone who wants to reduce wire clutter.
Like reported by others here the paste did not hold. I pasted the item to the side of my table so that I could get to.my charging cables easily when I needed them. My need did require that I remove the cable from the product to charge my kindle fire and nexus 7 along with a cell phone. After charging I would replace the cable in the product until the next time I needed it.
By nature I am not rough with things I buy. I never yanked the cable with force loose from the product. For two weeks it was fine then without any noticeable force the product came off together with the cable leaving most of the paper backing with its pasted side still attached to the table.
If I had not seen the other similar reviews I would have blamed myself. The opening on the top of the product seems clearly designed for easy removal and replacement of the cable. So why did it not hold? Why did it not warn that the product may not hold if you regularly remove and replace the cable?
I have seen on Amazon sealed round products which seem designed so once you thread the cable through the center hole of the product and attached the product to a flat surface you can not easily remove the cable and replace it easily back in the product. If you have no need to remove and replace your cable you might try those. But if your need is like mine this product is too expensive a product for only 2 weeks of use.
In areas where the cord inside the holder is very stationary and doesn't move it seems to be working better. But if you will be moving or adjusting your cord length inside the holder with any frequency (ie..with your every day laptop power cord) you'll be lucky to get 2-3 weeks use before the tape separates from the holder.
1. Apply only to metal or glass (anything but wood, really) tabletops because these stick VERY well. As in, if you apply it even for half a second and want to adjust it, you may rip off the finish of your table.
2. Adjust it accordingly and THEN peel the back of the adhesive off for the reason above.
They do what they're supposed to, but maybe too well, and it's annoying that wall mount putty wouldn't stick to the piece covering the adhesive - I tried in an attempt to avoid having to use the cable management clip's super sticky adhesive, and failed.
Also, the product I received had a different packaging than the one pictured, but no big deal about that.