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RABALDER Cable tidy, white,

Price £ 5.50/5 m
Price/m £1.10

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.

Article Number202.814.19

Product details

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.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

  • 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.

  • Material
    Polyethylene plastic

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.


Length: 5 m

Diameter: 2 cm

  • RABALDERArticle Number202.814.19

    Width: 35 cm

    Height: 10 cm

    Length: 58 cm

    Weight: 0.24 kg

    Package(s): 1


Did the job as expectedVerified ReviewerDid the job as expected4
Simple but effectiveVerified ReviewerWorked for my three monitor set-up! Easy to cut. Looks way better than messy cables everywhere.5
Tidy up timeVerified ReviewerDoes the job but not very pretty to look at3
TidyVerified ReviewerThis is perfect for tidying behind tv unit so glad we spotted them5
Verified ReviewerGood useful product good value4
Perfect productVerified ReviewerJust what we needed to tidy up wires.5
Just the job!Verified ReviewerTidied all the wires up, nice and neat and tidy.5
Its OKVerified ReviewerFunctional as designed and provided4
GreatVerified ReviewerBrilliant hides all the wires looks good5
Cheap and perfect for the jobVerified ReviewerKeeps working nice and tidy and out that way5
RebaldaVerified ReviewerHave a house bunny so purchased to cover exposed electrical wires. Easy to apply and can be cut to size. Just the job!5

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