Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 16
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Hoppy Very Handy
I've bought a few packages of these Kableflags to use on my computer cables, as well as to identify the multitude of wires & cables from my husband's electronic equipment. Love how easy it is to use, but wish they also made them with larger flags that were two-sided to write on. When working with electronics I'd like to mark one side with the name of the equipment, and the other with the ID of where the cable is plugged into the back of that equipment. Since these are small and one -sided it's hard to write all the info you need, even if being creative. Otherwise, these are great. They all look so neatly aligned when on the wires.
April 21, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Keyrl Good So Far!
I used container store label make to label them so we'll have to see with time how they hold up on them. If not then I'll have to torture them with my awful handwriting.
July 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Organizer57 Love These
I have these on all my electronic cords, portable and non-portable. Makes it so much easier when I have to move or unplug items.
March 18, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by AliceInTX Moving made easier!
Before I moved, I used Kableflags to label the many cords behind my computer/phone/U-verse setup and (complicated) TV/DVD/DVR/RF converter setup. I wondered if taking the time to label everything when I was busy packing would be worth it, but it definitely was. I ended up using 40 Kableflags total, labeling both ends of most cords with things like "wall," "power strip," and "CPU bottom" to try to make it as clear to myself as possible where everything went.
Setting everything up in my new home was a breeze. When the AT&T rep came to activate my U-verse, he was amazed and said I practically could have activated it myself because everything was already properly connected.
The only cons are minor. My thumbs and fingers got a little sore after a while pulling the ends of the Kableflags through the holes to attach them to the cords, and there's not much room on the flags to write, so you have to get creative about labeling.
March 12, 2015