With all the things we plug into our computers, walls and other outlets, you're bound to get a few cables flailing about your desk and tangling themselves up. These cheap, sturdy cable shorteners will keep your cables organised in style.We've mentioned how to make a cable wrapper out of an old gift card, and that's great for headphone cables. But, when you're trying to wrap cables a bit larger, like a USB or AC cable, you probably need something more sturdy. We love the look of these Applecore cable wrappers, which shorten up your cables and keep them from getting in your way or tangling with others. They come in multiple sizes and colours, which is also nice, and best of all, they're just a few bucks a pop — well worth it for the increased sturdiness you get over some DIY options. Just be careful not to wind them too tight and fray the joints at the ends.
Applecores Keep All Your Cables Tangle-Free For Just A Few Bucks
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