I ordered 5 of these clips cos they never stay on the CS shelves for long. We live in a small, but efficiently designed home, with kids. I use these clips to help maximize the space we have, and save time otherwise spent detangling items from each other.
How? Use them on small appliances that are stored on under-the-counter shelves - you can't quite see what you're doing, and often the darn cord gets caught on something else and pulls it out too, or gets stuck and wont budge, and you're doing that one-handed, balance the heavy object on your knee whilst curtsying to the cupboard and scrounging around to stop the contents from falling out stance... Ever done that? Phew - no more.
They also work great on the multi hair dryer, straightener, curling tongs-type tools we have stashed on a shelf in the bathroom. Certainly saves 5 minutes in the am detangling one from t'other.
Clipping the bundled cord to the handle of the iron keeps that appliance portable and simple to stash. So easy, even the less-org inclined will pick up the habit.
Perfect for the most-used appliance in the kitchen - the immersion blender. Wrap the cord in a bundle, clip the bundle to the stem of the blender. Store and done. Ready for next time.
No cupboard curtsying necessary.
July 14, 2012
Best problem solver ever!
I just LOVE the cord clip!!!!!!!!!! I use them for cords, but I especially love them for my vertical blinds - Whenever I have the windows open, I clip the blinds to keep them from clicking together and it works like a charm!!!!
Also, use them to hang my tub mat to dry and use them to clip my bathrobe : )
March 10, 2012
Fantastic concept! Works!!
A much easier to use solution to organizing your electrical cords. No tying, tubes or other 'clean' but difficult to use solutions for cleaning up all your appliance and stereo cords. Just clip and go. Don't like the organization? Just squeeze, move and release! What a country! :)
January 2, 2011
This is the best thing ever to bind up hairdryer, flatiron or curling iron cords. It takes a minute to figure out the best way for each cord, but once you decide, it's quick and easy.
March 10, 2010