DIY Binder Clip Cable Management Is Cheap And Customisable

We’ve talked about binder clips so much you’re probably sick of hearing about them, but Lifehacker reader 3rdspaced has found yet another way to integrate them into his workspace: as a cheap, ultra-customisable cable management solution.

If you’re using a laptop, they make great cable catchers, but when it comes to managing a large mess of cables we’ve always opted for solutions like the IKEA Signum line. However, this solution offers one thing those don’t: instead of bundling up your cables in one tray, you can group them together and route each group wherever you want (which is the same thing I love about the previously mentioned Cablox pad). And, for just a few bucks, it’s one of the cheapest options you’ll find, too. Check out the Instructables link below for the full how-to.

Computer Cable Management on the Cheap [Instructables]

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