Sunday, July 4, 2010
Want to get your cables more organized? Cable ties are a common tool; the basic nylon cable ties are inexpensive and widely available. But if you'd like other choices, read on!
One option is the Velcro One-Wrap - widely available, including here. [via BestStuff]
Michael Paul Fennell of Rip-Tie "came up with the first cable organizer using Velcro brand hook and loop fasteners" - and now Rip-Tie has a wide range of cable wraps.
The Mille-Tie from Millepede is another variation on the standard cable tie. There's a video that explains just how it works. You can get the Mille-Tie a number of places, including here. [via Lifehacker]
The Rapstrap web site talks about the problems with standard ties, and explains why the Rapstrap is better.
For yet another type of solution, you could look at BongoTies.
And finally, you could consider the Cable Dachshund (or Cable Robot, or Cable Monkey).
Other posts in the cable management series:
Cords and Cables - and Labels
Decluttering the Cables: 8 Resources for Identifying What You Have
4 Ways to Control the LONG Cables and Cords
Controlling the Cables: 3 Novel Solutions