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Kableflags KFA001 Cable Identification Tags (DIY Blank Pack)
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- 10 Blank Tags
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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.
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!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used these to label coax cables at a powered splitter in a house with pretty much 1 cable TV coax jack per room. Read morePublished 22 days ago by D. Simmons
great product==only problem is they are black and if the cords are in a dark area (as they usually are) it's hard to seePublished 26 days ago by Michelle McDonald
This should be in the 99 cent store. 10 tags for $10? it's just a sheet of molded rubber that you have to manually cut out/trim. recommend putting your money elsewhere.Published 1 month ago by Jacob
They are great! All my power cords and computer cables are clearly labeled. I no longer have to crawl around on the floor to see which cable is attached to which piece of equipment... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MtrMaid
These are good for labeling wires, especially behind a desk or entertainment system. I purchased them to label random charging cords I have in a drawer for my phone, tablet,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lindsey702