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Unplugged Goods

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Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Handy

3/25/2019 by Carol

These ties work perfectly, especially for tying up plastic food packaging.

5

Best of all

3/11/2019 by Cecilia

Of all the gadgets I have to keep cords neat, this is the best. Flexible and keeps cords together

5

Very useful

3/10/2019 by Barbara

I use these all the time to wrap my earplug cord.

5

These work great.

2/25/2019 by Charlotte

I do not like it when our many USB cords for phones, tablets, etc. get all tangled in the cookie jar in which we keep them. These "laces" hold each one separately when coiled . Also the cords do not get kinks in them when stored this way. My husband and I each have different color laces so it is easy to identify our cords.

5

Great

2/24/2019 by Carla

So easy to use, holds perfectly and can b flattened out when not in use.

5

Great Product

2/23/2019 by Beverly

These silicone laces keep cords neat and orderly and they do it with ease and competence. I'll buy more when I need them.

5

long-lasting

2/20/2019 by Heidi

These are perfect for a variety of appliances.

5

Nice way to keep cords organized.

2/14/2019 by Beverly

Very nice - just the right length for cord wrapping.

5

100% Useful

2/14/2019 by Debra

I used these in December for keeping cords untangled. It worked perfectly.

5

recipients loved them. I want some for myself

2/13/2019 by Sara

excellent product

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The Unplugged Goods Story

Unplugged Goods - Whimsical Tech Accessories

NEAT & TIDY

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.