If You Hate Wrapping Up Your Computer Cord, This Is The Product For You
What a great solution!
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Few things are more frustrating than trying to untangle computer cords. If you have ever struggled to wrap up a clunky laptop cord while trying to work on-the-go, you know firsthand how annoying it can be.
Luckily, there is a product that easily solves this issue for Mac users. The FuseReel Side-Winder MacBook Charger Organizer makes it simple to wind and unwind your computer cord without causing damage to the delicate fibers within.
You simply insert your charger into the FuseReel Side-Winder and crank the cord around the case until it is safely contained in the organizer. The Side-Winder is lightweight and easily portable, so once your cord is wound up, you can simply slip it into your laptop case.
At $20.99, this is an inexpensive fix for a near-daily irritation. And with 325 reviews and a customer review rating of almost five stars, you can rest assured that this will be an effective solution.
If you are looking for tools to keep your other cords organized (such as your earphone cords or your phone charger), look no further than these cable organizers. You can get a six-pack on Amazon for just $8.99, and they come in fun, funky colors that will make it easy and stylish to keep your cords from getting knotted or damaged.
Or try this purrfect solution for keeping your device cords organized.
Simply wind the cords around one of these adorable kitties and you will have a simple and sophisticated way to manage annoying cords.
At $5.99 on Amazon, these cute cats would also make the perfect stocking stuffer for a tween or teenager who is always struggling with knotted headphone cords, or as a fun gift to throw into the pile for an office White Elephant party!
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