Great for Cord Management
This CableBox hides all of your cords into one neat and tidy package. It's easy to use, and fits a power strip, along with a whole host of cords. and then it hides out of the way under your desk or against the wall. Perfect for city living where the old apartment buildings only have 1 outlet in the least convenient spot possible.
February 27, 2014
Cords Didn't Look Tidy
I bought this thinking it would help fix the cord situation under my desk, but it didn't work for me. It's a simple plastic box, so you may be thinking...what could go wrong? Well, in the picture, the cords are laying flat, going straight through the box, and going out in only one direction. You can actually still see the cords, but not the adapters or the plug. In my case, however, the cords are not lying flat. They go upwards to my desk and they are not all going out one way like in the picture because different items are placed in different locations on my desk. So, instead of just unsightly cords, I had cords sticking OUT of the box going all different ways, plus a huge, overpriced plastic box. I also found that when I wanted to use my laptop cord elsewhere around the house, it was a a pain to unplug it from the box under the desk. I returned the cable box and just pushed the cords to a less visible location behind my desk drawers.
This may work well for hiding the actual PLUGS from pets and small children, but it does not hide the cords themselves and it's a real pain when you need to unplug something.
February 25, 2014
Love this Cable Box!!!!
This is the second Cable Box I have purchased and they are wonderful. Keep all those cords and the power-strip contained so that they do not get pushed around when I vacuum. Looks so much better too but the safety of the product is enough to make it a winner!
January 25, 2014
Works well, but extremely overpriced
It's a nice plastic box to hide a power strip. That's all. It's not some amazing device. For $30, it's not really a good buy, but I am keeping it because returning it is too much trouble.
November 20, 2013