Love the cable ties! Have them used all over the house! Would like to be able to buy them in a particular color in addition to the mixed colors currently available, but otherwise have a couple packs on hand at all times.
January 20, 2014
Excellent and affordable
These are an excellent way to shorten excess cords from becoming a huge mess. Color coding feature useful for behind the TV tying, so you know what is what. They are a very affordable option vs. a lot of other brands and styles of cable ties. I have a laptop that has a similar style of cable wrap, and I always wanted to have additional ones as they are very neat, and simple. I will purchase more of these very soon!
November 13, 2013
Cable ties are the best!
I've struggled with messy cables forever, and wire ties are a pain, have to be cut and re-done every little shift. These are wonderful!
April 26, 2013
Bought These After Returning A Different Item!
I would recommend the Case Logic cable ties made with velcro. I purchased the product in-store. The item came with six straps. The colors that came in the package were yellow, red, a nice lighter colored purple, dark forest green, a very dark navy blue, and black. I like the purple color a lot. These cord wraps are a good alternative to the medium and large Bobino cord wraps. I just returned a bunch of those and bought these instead. I do not consider it a negative point that these do not have a loop to attach the strap to the cord while the cord is unwrapped (as one reviewer does). The item is made of a somewhat stiff material, so after it has been wrapped around the cord for a couple days, it retains a round shape. The round shape makes it easy to loop around and store on an unwrapped cord. I have used this successfully for a Blackberry phone cord, and I liked how it worked. I have not tried it on a very thick cord yet. This may seem like an obvious tip, but it is much neater to pinch one end to the cord and loop it around until the velcro attaches rather than looping it around once and leaving a bunch of the velcro strip hanging off.
December 27, 2012