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Cable Collar from Quirky helps you keep organized

Quirky offers up Cable Collar from outlets

| Peripherals News | Posted: Oct 15, 2010 3:02 pm

I have mentioned Quirky products a few times around there and the things are pretty cool. Quirky has unveiled its latest product and it's one that will help you keep all those tangled wires running to and from your computer nice and neat. The thing is called the Cable Collar, it is designed to wind up some of the excess cord behind your desk that runs from your computer, and it will work with all manner of other gadget chargers as well.

 

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The thing has enough space to wrap up to 24-inches of cable and is made to fit all plugs used in North America. The Cable Collar also has six integrated anchors for keeping the cords snug and secure. The plastic the Cable Collar is made form is heat resistant and will not interfere with the electrical connections of your gear.

 

It appears that the thing mounts behind the faceplate for the outlet. The design is simple enough, even if it is probably not something you would want out for everyone to see when they come to your home. The Cable Collar is up for pre-order right now and Quirky hopes to build 3000 of the things with 118 of them pre-sold already at $6.99 each.

 

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