Their cable ties are specially designed to fix your cables to the straps quickly and easily so you can spend less time worrying about cables and more time getting your work done. Silicone earphone orgenizer is made of high quality material. The metallic snap design makes it easy to open and close your earphone cord. It's small enough to fit in pockets, purses or bags and it's flexible and handy. A solution for organizing earphone cords. It's a perfect gift for anyone. Please note that earphone is not included in the package.
👤I bought this item to store my ear buds. It is almost impossible to wind the cord up so that the picture matches. It doesn't hold the cord tightly enough so the cord loosens very quickly, causing the ear buds to "dangle" - not very protected. I can see where my complaints would disappear if the ear buds were longer or thicker. There were no instructions on how to wrap the cord. The ELFRhino device is on.
👤I ordered a pack of three colors. I use earbuds on a daily basis to listen to music and watch TV via the Private Listening feature on Enhanced Roku Remotes. I wanted something that would be easy to use, but still have some kind of organization for my earbuds that tangle when not in use. I was disappointed in the fact that there was no instructions on how to properly wind earbuds so that they match the product photos. I was able to see that the end plug of the earbuds is on the side that has a notch. You should be able to wrap your earbuds cord around and it will end up in the right place. It's disappointing that there isn't a way for someone to use the box right out of the box, instead of having to learn by trial and error. I have 3 different sets of earbuds, which is why I ordered a 3 pack, and every single pair seems to line up precisely, once I discovered the proper way to wind the cord. The product does work, but it's poorly explained. I don't own any Apple earpods, so I can't say if this method works for them. I own a pair of Bose, Sony, and Beats earbuds that line up perfectly even with volume control or microphone buttons. I have read that some people think that the earbuds don't fit tightly enough once wrapped around the holder and the button is fastened. This does not seem to be an issue after I discovered to wrap the cords properly. I don't want the earbuds to be smashed in the middle. I use loose but firm pressure when wrapping the cord. I don't allow the cord to have any slack when I wind it, and I don't wind it tight either. The lack of instructions does not help this, but once you get the hang of it, it's a great way to keep earbuds neatly wrapped and tangle free. There is a The holder is made of dense silicone, it is not easy to rip or tear, and it seems very durable. The button that is used to attach the strap is of good quality and does not seem to fall off of the holder. It is a good value for the price, in my experience. It has helped me become more organized with ear bud storage. It takes a little while to get precise, but I highly recommend this product. When I have more time, I'll submit a series of photos showing the steps I've been using to wrap my earbuds in the same way the product photos above are done.
Small size to fit easily in pockets, purses or bags is a great option for an organized home or workplace. Please note that earphone is not included in the package. curvy man eliminates frustration by providing an easy way to wrap, store, and use headphones without the cord getting tangled. curvy man can clip to his shirt while running or biking with the included s-binder and hold his headphones slack securely so he doesn't get tangled up. It's easy to use cord wrap, just pop one end of your cord through the hole at the base, wrap it around the middle, and clip the other end through the second slit at the top. The plastic construction is lightweight. All Niter Size products are backed by worry-free.
👤This cable wrap is nice, but be careful with headphones with soft cable jackets. I tried cutting the rubber cable jacket with the sharp edges of this. I'll need to replace my headphones after they were cut. For reference, see the photo. I taped the cable thinking it was cut by something else. The next time I wrapped them up, they were cut.
👤The curvyman is not easy to use. I've only used it to wrap my headphones 3 times since I bought it. There are better designed products on the market. If I paid more than I did, I would be disappointed. Buy something that is more useful. The design doesn't account for the mic and volume controls of the earbuds.
👤I think I've found a better way to manage my small cords after trying the cord management system. The ends of the wires that connect to devices are distorted by the Curvyman. The ends of my cords have failed because they are often bent back and forth. The ends of the cord can be arranged straight to alleviate the stresses on the sensitive parts of the microphone, if you use a simple tie. It seems like a good idea, but I don't think it's a good idea. For the price of the Curvyman, I got dozens of small velcro ties that work on everything from bulky power cords to delicate ear bud cords. * The original review is still valid. I've been burning through a lot of headphones recently, and I think the failures have something to do with the twisting of the wires in the cord. I bought this to allow cord storage without pinching wires at the ends. I bought a pair of headphones with the anti-tangle cord. The flat cord takes up too much space to be practical. The flat cord doesn't fit in the tight clasps at either end of the Curvyman, which is designed to hold both ends of your headphones. The Curvyman doesn't work with flat cords. The end clasps are very tight on arrival and that is an issue to be aware of. They may maintain enough tension to clasp the cord effectively as they're used over time. It doesn't seem to work with irregular or fat cords because of the small aperture. The cord still stuck out of the clasp at both ends, despite the fact that I couldn't fit it in the clasp at either end. I put a typical micro-usb cable into the end of the Curvyman because I don't have a regular cord for my headphones anymore. It fit perfectly. The shape of the clasp can be seen in the photo. I keep the Curvyman in case I get another pair of headphones. A cord management solution that accepts any cord size would be stably wrapped. I'm back on Amazon looking for one of those.
👤It feels like a back-of-napkin design. There is a Straight in- ear buds are used for listening to audio, but not supporting phone calls. The long, plastic piece of the phone-call-supporting earbuds has nowhere to go, the plastic is too stiff, and the notch for retaining the cord ends is too narrow; it feels like the wire covering would wear away. There is a It's not worth keeping around, and it's not worth going to the trash.
It's a perfect gift for anyone. Please note that earphone is not included in the package. The earphone cord is 6 x 3 x 1 inches. This product does not include Earbuds, Earphones, or Headphones. Only 3 piece cord organizers. The TOPHOME earbud organizers have a unique design that makes them perfect for keeping unruly ear buds and headsets in order. Simply roll the cord on hand and put it in the wrap organizers. The earbuds are tangle-free with a single pull. Ear bud organizer, Headphone cord wrap, can help you organize the ear bud cable. The brand is called TOPHOME. They have been creating innovative, solution-based products for over a decade.
👤The seller's phots are not representative of the quality of the item. The plastic/rubber version is better for me. It looks like it was painted.
👤The patch of leather has a metal snap button. It serves best as a brainteaser. The cut out for the cord is too small to hold multiple layers. The design of this product is like using a piece of string during the design phase because it makes it hard to fit the phone in a way that is easy to use. Garbage design made with good materials. Something better needs to be out there that works.
👤I'm having a mixed experience with this thing. I use them with Apple Ear Pods, which have a 3.5mm jack and a volume control. The headphones stay mostly inside the clip. The clip part is too big, which causes a large area for the headphones to sit in. As a result, the cord moves around and even starts to semi-tangle by moving around to encircle the clip part instead of the base. It doesn't grip the cord well because it's not tacky. The cord can easily wiggle around and start tangling itself if the clip is too big, and the edges of the base are a bit of a sharp angle for the cord to go around, and it's combined with the problem of the clip being too big. There is a I'll keep looking for a solution. I'd like to find something that keeps the cord more snug in place and is less aggressive on the corners.
👤I'm here to order a few more of these organizers, so I thought I'd leave a review while I'm at it. I've been using mine for over a year to keep my ear buds organized, and it does the job very well. Sometimes they don't wind up positioned correctly if I wind just around the wider part, so I use the narrow tab to take up some of the slack so that the ear buds themselves end up just under the closure, which I find to be tidy and secure. Attached are photos. The earbuds deploy quickly and neatly when I go to untangle them, though they sometimes get wound around one another on the earbud end, which is a problem with every organizer out there. I'm pretty sure that's because of my technique, but I don't have any doubts about recommending it.
👤I don't know who came up with this idea, but it needs an award. I don't know how I lived without this thing for so long. I don't have to untangle my earbuds when I pull them out of my purse. Even keeping them in a pouch that was neatly wrapped didn't stop the gremlins from turning them into a mess. This does!
👤I wasn't sure how well the Earbud holder would work when I first saw it. I decided to try it, and it did its job well. There is a When it is wrapped on, it has a small slot in which the cord fits. The slot was too small to fit the long cord of my earbuds, but I enlarged it with a wire cutter. I can snap the cord onto the holder with the snap-flap now that I have wrapped it. There is a The holder doesn't completely cover the cord, so it might not protect earbuds stored in a location where they are most likely to be damaged, but it works well in my pants pocket.
The package includes a cover case for Airpods Pro, a carabiner, and a storage bag. The Charging Case for the Airpods Pro and AirPods is not included. Multi-colored products make it easier for you to find and differentiate, and this earphone case bag has different 5 color design. The earbuds carrying case has a portable size of 1.2 inch and is better for storing your earphones, hearing aid and more electronic gadgets. The high qualtiy Zipper EVA hard case, PU leather appearance protection, and inside soft velvet cloth protection are all part of the Great Protection Performance. Pocket size earbuds case compatible with Bose SoundSport. The Panasonic Ergo Fit is a Sony MDR-EX650AP. There are more mini electronic parts. There is a 12 month worry-free warranty on the 5 x SUNGUY Square Earphone Case. Please contact them if you have any questions. They would like to respond to you in 24 hours.
👤There are two separate reviews. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. Pack Large Case is 2. It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's the same thing. It's not a good thing These were picked up to house my new ZST's. The ZST's earphones have cables that can be removed and reinstalled, so I needed a larger case. Failure will occur sooner rather than later if the more one fiddles. I keep the earphones in this larger case. I use a strap of a similar size to keep the earphones neatly wound, and the same size as the case, to keep the earphones stationary, so they aren't thrown about inside the case. That is what the cargo net is for. The storage case makes it convenient for me to keep the extra earphone cable in the cargo net. The case is large enough to hold my earphones and upgraded cable. There is a The case is strong enough to hold a backpack or purse without crushing it. It has a quality zip that zips smoothly. The price for the product is a fair one. I will order more of these cases if I get more earphones that have memory wire. It's the same thing. It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing It's not a good thing Pack review is 5. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's the same thing. It's not a good thing I have dozens of in- ear monitors and I have another dozen being shipped to me via Amazon as I write this review. How do you keep all those IEMs organized? There is a I use this "coolsell" 5-pack of earphone cases. I have ordered this set on more than one occasion and will be ordering more. I color-code which earphones go in which case. It's easier to pick out a pair of earphones from a sea of earphone cases. There are two more I labeled each case according to the color of the Sharpie I purchased. There are 3 more I bought a roll of 1in. Attach my earphones with 4 inch sections of Velcro and cut them up. I keep the earphones in the case. I keep the eartips in the cargo net so they don't get lost. Problem solved! There is a The cases are strong enough to keep your earphones out of a napsack or purse. The earphone case is in the cargo pocket of my khaki shorts. The cases are well made, but they are not as good as the snake skin cases, but the quality of the exterior skin is more important. I have both. There is a You can store two sets of earphones in one case if both earphones are in ear monitors. I'm not sure if there is enough room for earphones and a charging plug in one case, and I'm not sure if two pairs of earbuds are too bulky. It depends on the size of the earphones and the charging port of your phone. I will post more pictures later.
Storage for earbuds, headphones, power cords and other cables is tangle-free. The Budley will eliminate knots and damage to your earbuds. US Patent 9,628,891. It's accessible. The design makes it easy to fit in your pocket, purse, backpack or carry-on luggage. It is always available when you need it. Simply insert your earbuds into the interior pocket. Wrap the cord around the Budley like a yo-yo. Then close the lid and store your earbuds securely. CONVENIENT: Storage and retrieval of earbuds saves you time, frustration and prolongs the life of your earbuds. It is made from a single piece of premium silicone that is easy to clean. Think of all the places your earbuds have been - in your pocket, in your gym bag, at the bottom of your purse. Would you put something in your ear? The interior pocket of the Budley protects your earbuds from dirt and damage.
👤It's so convenient to keep my earbuds organized and protected. Silicone is sticky and attracts tons of dust, dirt, and hair. There is no way to keep this clean. I wish they could come up with a product that doesn't attract dust and hair.
👤Cerebral palsy makes her handicapped and she cannot use her left hand. She needed something to help organize her headphones, which would get messed up in her pocket and full of knots. I usually build things to help her, as there aren't many things like this for the handicapped. I took a chance on this. It is easy for her to use one hand. To fold the unit over, you have to Tuck the ear phones into the center storage area and roll the unit to wined up the cord. The plastic logo in the center popped off once. It was easy to replace it for her. If it were to continue to pop off, a drop of glue would hold it in place. I was completely satisfied and would buy again. She loves it!
👤This little case is very cute. I take my earbuds out of my pants pocket whenever I have them with me, because I have earbuds with me all the time. I spent an inordinate amount of time winding my earbuds and I finally got sick and tired of them getting tangled up when I took them out of my pocket. The earbuds were twisted, tangled, and knotted, which made them affect my daily life. The joy of living turned into misery. I turned to the Internet in exhaustion and despair in order to find a solution to my nightmare and depression. I was told that the internet could be a source of answers to your deepest questions. I had a deep question about what I could do to keep my earbuds untangled. "The Internets" took me to Amazon. I was taken to the Budley, Tangle-free Earphone/Earbud Case by Amazon. It's a good thing! This little case is very cute. My dilemma was solved with my earbuds. My depression and nightmares have gone away, but I still have nightmares because I eat peppers at dinner time. Is the Budley Earphone/Earbuds Case a good choice? You are good! I'm buying two cases for my vet. She is a wonderful person. The poor vet assistant gets the brunt of her displeasure when the electric leads she uses to attach the acupuncture needles get tangled up. If I get two Budley Earphone/Earbuds Cases, I think they will help heal the relationship between the veterinary assistant and the vet.
👤My kids have to have their own ear buds for school because they use online computer work. I was looking for a way to keep my kids earbuds protected and in their book bags at school. Only one ear bud worked and there were lost foam covers. I didn't like the idea of replacing ear buds. I ordered one at this price so I could try it out at the gym. I unwound them for the first time at the gym. It may sound silly, but I didn't have to untangle my ear buds because I was already chasing 3 kids around all day. The gym is for my sanity. It is easy to remove the ear buds. The pocket is flexible and snug. It's easy to find them. Will buy one for everyone in my family when they decide on a color. The price tag may be a little more than I would want to pay, but it will save me from buying multiple pairs of ear buds a year. I would have liked to have bought one sooner. All the kids now have their own. One child said that the budley logo pops out sometimes and it's a pain to get back in, but it really serves no function. I am very happy with my situation.
These cord wrap organizers are made of faux leather material, which is odorless, high temperature resistant and non-slip, which makes them easy to clean and comfortable to touch. It's easy to use, it's easy to open the leather cord managers for holding the cords or charging wires, and it has a metal button. The size of the leather keeper is approx. 9 cm/ 3.5 inches in diameter is portable and easy to carry and store in pockets, purses or bags. There are 6 colors, green, red, brown, dark blue, light green and white, bright and vivid, and it can light up your moods easily. You get 12 pieces of wrap leather cord keepers in 6 colors, each color has 2 pieces, good gift for sharing with your family and friends.
👤The leather was very stiff. It is easy to snap on but difficult to unsnap. It feels like the snap will rip away from the leather eventually. They are not made if leather. Disappointed.
👤I bought a lot of these from another company that went out of business. I ordered them. They are the right size for a small phone charge. I love these!
👤Excellent quality. No one could guess what they were for when they were purchased as stocking stuffers. It was hilarious.
👤Your cords are organized. Simple.
👤Not leather. Cute colors. They could be smaller and more useful when used for items like headphones or cell phone chargers.
👤It was what I needed to control the electronic cords.
👤The leather is very stiff, and when you close it, it doesn't unsnap. I had to throw away the scissors I used to open it. Do not recommend.
The package includes a 3.5mm headphone cable. Length: 10 feet, color: black The wire loom is easy to use. Their cable sleeve will close once loaded. The operating temp was 103 to 257. The cable management sleeve is used for automotive wires. The cat can't chew the cables. The cable protector is insulated. The wire sleeve is recognized by the UL. Their cable organizers keep the cords organized. Their cable organizers keep the cords organized.
👤There is an update. My rabbit knows he can chew through the material, so I put my thick MacBook cord in his mouth. cords from a rabbit are not protected by this cord cover. I ordered several different types of protection and this one was my favorite. It takes a couple of minutes to slip the cord through the split, but once it's on it does the trick and isn't too bulky or inflexible. I recommend this sleeve for pets.
👤I don't know why it was so hard for me to find this product, but what's important is that I finally found it. It took me 5 minutes to install, and it plays better than I could have imagined. When one needs to stick out at a different point, you simply wrap the cord protectors around each cord. The solution to the ugly mess of cables that comes with every TV is simple.
👤I have a cat that chews on electrical cords. I can't tell you how many cords she's chewed through, but I can tell you how many charging cords she's chewed through. I was pretty sure I would find her fried one day, like Aunt Bethany's cat did in the National Lampoon's Christmas vacation movie. I tried the sprays that were made for chewing. I bought braided charging cables. I was hoping for some help to stop her from chewing and then I found these sleeves. The sleeves are easy to install and can wrap around more than one cord at a time, which is helpful for the tv equipment. You can open the sleeve and slide the cords inside. My cat hasn't chewed any cords since I encased everything in these sleeves. You can cut these to any length you want, so be sure to have scissors with you. I've purchased this item twice, to outfit all of the cords I could find. There is an update May 2019. I have bought these sleeves twice now and have them on my lamps, tv, and any exposed cords you can think of. So far, so good! They are protecting my cords and this crazy cat.
👤My cat likes chewing. Several products have been tried to cover cords. My kitten is chewing them. My kitten will get an electric shock if it chews cords. I found this product a few days ago. The cord is flexible after I install the protectors. My cat tried to chew through the cord protectors, but she couldn't. She had to give up. I think my cat lost interest in chewing my cords. I won. A great cord protection. I should have it before then.
👤The sleeve is soft and tight. If you don't know the size, I have a cable that is more than a quarter of a inch in diameter. It's not a circle, it's a diameter, and it's not flatted tube width. I bought a small sleeve. I got the cable into the sleeve. The inner diameter of an empty sleeve is determined by the size.
It was made of supreme quality. The material is weather resistant. It's good for iPod shuffle, Charging Cable, Earphones, Memory Cards, and other items. The Mesh Style with Zipper Enclosure has a soft cloth lined interior to protect your earphones. The compact and functional hard case is portable. The internal size is 4 inches and the width is 2.87 inches.
👤I bought this case for my emergency inhaler. I attached a key ring to the loop and it fit. The mesh pocket inside is where my inhaler is kept in place while I open it. I have a bulky key ring and my inhaler handy while I'm out, but it's a little bulky on my keychain. There is a Please vote if you find this review helpful.
👤I received a free case for my earbuds that felt flimsy and did not have a way to truly close it. I wanted to get something that was small, durable and functional. I only needed something to hold my earbuds, but I am happy that it has more function than that, which includes a place to hold credit cards, drivers license, money, etc. I don't want to bring a purse. It's lightweight and easy to carry in my pocket, so I don't worry about being out for a long day. It has survived the bottom of my purchase and the pounding it receives on a daily basis by having items tossed on top of it. I have had it for a couple of months now and it still works and looks the same as when I received it. No dents, the kewpie still functions. I like all the color options. It is nice to have more color options than just black or neutral colors, but I always lean toward bright colors. Black items are hard to find in a purse. I can quickly locate it if I have a bright color. I showed this case to someone else and they liked it so much that they purchased one of the other options.
👤These are small cases. Inexpensive cases for gear. If a tank rolls over them, they're not going to save your stuff, but they're excellent. They are too small to fit in a jacket pocket or bag. They work. The little nets hold stuff. They're all great. Sometimes simple is best and these do their job exactly as they are supposed to. I have different ones to hold Ear buds so I don't have to change them. No one had a problem with them. There is a They are durable. Hold up to it all. Look good. They're $5 but not award winning. Don't get hair or lint. They do what they're supposed to, and on simple items like this that's exactly what you need. I can't recommend them enough.
👤A very small case. I kept this in my backpack because it was a mini grooming kit. It's a hard shell exterior with light padding on the inside and a mesh pocket on one of the sides. The small zippers are sturdy. It has an external loop for attaching a key ring or D-clip to your bag. The inside is less than the outside. I was able to fit nail clippers, tweezers, a small pill container, and a couple of band-aids and Q-tips.
The COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT is made using eco-friendly and dust-repelling silicone with two built-in magnets for heavy duty and long term use. It is soft and resilient to tearing and pulling. It's ideal for home, office or on the go. 4 different colors of Silicone material for durable use. The simple design can easily wind cables and cords. It's easy to carry, suitbable for earbuds or charging cords, and tangle-free. It's a perfect gift for anyone. There are 4 cord organizers in the package. There are 4 cord organizers in the package.
👤The material is small and needs to be opened wide to hold a cord. I can only free a few feet without the rest of the cord falling out. Only very short cords can be accommodated.
👤It is hard to open and go around cords with plastic. I was hoping to use an extension cord, but it was too small and stiff. Don't hold the phone cords. These were thrown away.
👤What I was looking for. Works as intended. I cleaned up my cords. I would buy them again.
👤They are difficult to get on and off.
👤These are not easy to use.
It's easy to organize and store cables with Bobino CORD WRAP. The different colors available can be used to identify cords. Earphones and headphones will never be tangled again if you use small. Wrap wires around the cord wrap to keep them untangled. 3,5 x 0,3 x 5,5 cm is the size.
👤I've used the medium Bobino cord wraps for years and I was expecting the extra large Bobino to work for my standard appliance cords. The extra large is not as sturdy as the medium and is too open at the end to securely hold the cords. It works, but could be better designed with appliance cords in mind.
👤Each should be worth a dollar. Money was spent on packaging. They should be in packs of 4 for 5 bucks. It is smart and functional.
👤This tool makes it easy to wrap your headphones in a cord keep. Not much to say. I've never seen anything like that before. There is a tip. Wrap the two strands of your cord around it. It's easier to unwrap them. Over wrap problems were caused by me doing the two cords separately.
👤I keep going back to these because they work great for auxiliary cords. Some of these are becoming obsolete with wireless technology, but I hope they continue to make them because they are just so darn handy.
👤They are light and easy to use. User friendly. It's a small thing but it's useful.
👤The extra large size works well for iron's cable. This works well. It appears that it will last a while. I don't think it will need to be replaced, but I would like it to be cheaper.
👤These are expensive, but they are convenient and useful.
👤This is a great tool to shorten lamp cords.
👤I would buy more of them if they were less. I like to keep cables tidy and have used this for extension and computer cables. If they were cheaper, I would buy more. They are larger than rubber bands and more durable than using them to hold cables together.
👤I bought a pair of headphones which had a long cord and I am very pleased. I am pleased with my purchase, even though it was pricey, but the equivilents did not look as smart as I had thought.
👤There is nothing to write home about. I use this to keep my cables tidy.
👤I have bought a few over the years to keep cables tidy. The latest ones seem to have a smaller hole to thread the cable to keep it in place and it has ended up crushing my Apple Watch charging cable, which is not very thick.
👤They help with earphone cords. They are flexible so they can wind up and you can untangle the rest of the cord.
The product length is 120 cm(3.9%ft). The Inner diameter is 2.5mm, but can be used for cable with a diameter of 27mm. The risk of breaking and damaging cable is reduced by 80% by covering the sensitive area. Pets are protected from chewing. The second barrier of defense against chewing through the cable is designed to discourage some pets from chewing on it. The colorful end pieces make your cable stand out and easier to find, and the design gives your cable a new look, no glue or mess. You need to wrap the cable protectors around the data line, which may take more time. Please don't buy it if you don't like it. Pets can still chew on the data cable even after wrap.
👤Our kitten is going through a teething phase where she wants to chew all of our food. It's awful. I bought 3 new MacBook laptop charging points. They take a while to put on, but are worth it. I tried to bite through part of it with my own teeth, but I couldn't. I was able to wrap our fireTV cord, echo device cords, and phone chargers, all of which are new, thanks to the kitten. I would buy these again if necessary.
👤These things are fun. I'm finding cords all over my house. I offer to wrap people's phone charges at work because they look so cool. It takes time, but it's just so satisfying seeing the final result, even if your fingers get a bit raw. If I have nothing better to do on the weekend, I just sit and watch. I think it's a strange hobby. These things offer more support for your cords. I have mine on my phone, power bank cord, and Microsoft Surface charging point. Definitely worth it!
👤The cable protectors are a great way to keep my cables safe. My cat chews on cables for attention, and he can bite through a phone or laptop charge in less than a second. I was willing to spend $7 on these things to replace them. Other reviewers mentioned the protectors coming in a loop that they had to cut, and mine came as separate strands with two free ends. It took me about 15 minutes to wrap a cord, and I used 2 1/3 protectors on a single 2m Apple charging cable. It's easy to wrap it once you get the hang of it. You should wrap the episodes while you watch. It makes for a pretty good activity. My cat tried to bite the cable several times while I was wrapping it, but the protection was hard enough that he couldn't do any damage. If you're careful about wrapping your wires tightly, you shouldn't have any problems with cats biting through them. I don't need the bonus cable protectors end holder, as they don't slip at all, and the pack came with one. I would prefer simple black or white, but the pastels aren't too ostentatious.
👤This is not the project for you unless you have a lot of time, patience, and agility. It took me about 40 minutes to wrap 2 feet of a lightning cord on my phone. The finished product was attractive. The eight pieces are in a loop. When cutting the loop, you should look for the ends of the cord sleeve that have been welded together. You will have to cut it out while you are wrapping and restarting. Photos show two pieces being wrapped together.
👤Are they easy to install? Yes. Do they take a while to install? Yes. Is it worth it? Yes! There is a I wrapped several cords using two and three cable wraps, and the results are beautiful. There was something relaxing about popping on a video and just leaving. It took a few hours, but our cords are beautiful and protected so it's definitely worth the time. A cat nibbles on wires. Repeated nibbles have cost us several cables and chargers. I will write another review in a couple months to see how they hold up, but I have high hopes.
Headphone cord wrap products from Elfrhino. In this article about headphone cord wrap you can see why people choose the product. Nite Ize and Tophome are also good brands to look for when you are finding headphone cord wrap.
Elfrhino, Nite Ize and Tophome are some of the best brands that chosen by people for headphone cord wrap. Find the detail in this article. Sunguy, Budley and Frienda are also brands that their products are worth to check.