RABALDER Cable tidy, white, Show measurement specifications
$7.50/5 mPrice $ 7.50/5 m
How to get it
Cables tend to end up in dust-accumulating piles. This white cable tidy helps you create orderliness out of chaos, making it easier to keep the floor clean.
Keeps your cables tidy and the area around them looking neat and uncluttered.
Easy to cut to any length you need.
Simple to open the cable tidy by the slit in the middle and wrap around your cables.
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5 cable ties for securing the cable tidy are included.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
Length: 5 m
RABALDERCable tidyArticle Number002.814.20
Width: 35 cm
Height: 10 cm
Length: 36 cm
Weight: 0.20 kg
Does what you need it toSimonThis stuff has been great. No more random cabling.4
Tidy cablesSandraA great invention to have tidy cables which makes the tv and it's cabinet to look much better.5
Easy to use and tidyKerrieEasy to use and tidy cords5
Good Quality and rugged material.SabaGood Quality and rugged material.4
Cable organisermarilynThis is a great cable organiser for my office. Makes the cables look neat hidden away.5
Affordable and easy to useJessAffordable and easy to use5
Super usefulRicaIt’s a must to have this to tidy up cables of all the gadgets in this world!5
Works well as a cheapSarahWorks well as a cheap solution4
TidyKevinIs was it is5
Useful for files and magazinesIreneUseful for files and magazines They were made up5
Cable protectorHelenI am currently fostering four 9-week old kittens and was concerned about them chewing the cables in my home office. I found this product at Ikea and as it was only a few dollars I decided to try it. It is working very well, although I have had to use tape to attach it at the plug end so the kittens can't pull it off. Overall, it is a great product and easy to use.4
Keeps electrical cables together andVernaKeeps electrical cables together and tidy, easy to install and reasonably priced.4
great productrobertdid just as I needed5
Handy cale organiserJGCODoes exactly what I wanted, to organise and bind all my TV cables.4
Cable keeperJimbo71Great for tidying cables and keeping them neat5
ExcellentPinoyanz18Yes, i bought it few days ago and so very useful5
edaireIt's a very good product and can be used anywhere at home.4
Cable Tidy White (RABALDER)Jules 63Purchased for work environment, very happy with product, cheap but not to the extent that it deteriorates after time, easy to handle, doesn't break when manipulated like similar items that I have previously purchased. Will definitely purchase again should I need anymore.5
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