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Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Good Product

10/23/2020 by marci

These were very easy to use to wrap the cords.


So handy...

10/19/2020 by Dana

These work well. Big help in keeping all the cords untangled and organized.


Great product!

7/21/2020 by Donna

I love this product! I bought it to replace VELCRO straps, which have always been a little annoying to me. This lace can be twisted any way you need it; it's washable; and it doesn't pick up lint and pet hair. I've been really pleased with it.


This comes in handy!

7/20/2020 by Fran

I gave these Unlace - Silcone Laces to my husband and children for Christmas. They clean up the mess of all those cables so well. I know that everyone appreciated that very much.


These work great!

7/20/2020 by Lisa

A little pricey, but they do work better than any other cord manager I have tried.


That's a Wrap

7/20/2020 by Judith

Love these!! So easy to use.


Very handy

7/20/2020 by Miriam

I love these and find them very handy. I have bought several in the varying sizes.



7/20/2020 by CAROL

I have such a drawer of spaghetti wires, it drives me crazy. I sometimes use rubber bands to separate them, but the silicone lace wrappers are so much easier and I can find which one I want. Thanks, Good product!


Easy solution to cord storage

7/20/2020 by Pamela

Hold their shape even after using for a month.


Very handy!

7/8/2020 by Lisa

I bought these because I was tired of the messy velcro and rubber bands I was using to store items with cords. These are great: they do the job, are so flexible and easy to use.

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The Unplugged Goods Story

Unplugged Goods - Whimsical Tech Accessories


Keep the cords in your life under control with these colorful, rubber, twistable ties. Strong and bendable, you can use and re-use them without needing to clip or fasten anything. The design even doubles as a device stand.

Long-time friends Cindy Glass and Dante Pauwels are the brains behind Unplugged Goods. Their very first idea came from a napkin sketch while the two were out to dinner. Since that initial paper drawing board, they’ve helped hundreds of earbuds, charging cords, and plugs stay neat and tidy.