Ok, so I suppose that these were designed more for guiding a cord along a wall, but my favorite use of these clips is to keep the end of the cord handy near a table surface. I normally attach them vertically to the side of my night stand or end table, and then put the end of my charger on them so they are always handy tableside. It used to bug the heck out of me that the cords would fall on the floor and every time I needed to charge something, I'd have to bend down and search for the end of the charger. Now, it's my own little charging station. :)
I'm kind of crazy about organizing cables and these ones are a little small if you're looking to organize multiple cables coming from one place. My situation is that I have a home office and I'm a nerd (software architect) so I have a pretty robust setup:
on two desks....
I wanted to basically wrap everything up and maybe I was dreaming, but these seemed a lot bigger when I read the description. you might get two smaller cables or one VGA-width cable through this... that's about it
I ordered these for training cables at the office but love using them at home as well. They stick forever but come down by just pulling the tab. No marks left on the wall.
This is one of those items that just does what it is supposed to and nothing less.
Order these if you need to train cables at home or office. I HIGHLY recommend.
I have a web show ([...])for kids and I use these to hold up my curtain. They work very well for the purpose, but I have to use multiple to hold the weight of the curtain because they aren't meant for holding weight.Oh, and they really do come off when you need them to. They really work.
The roll here is amazingly simple. Apply the adhesive strip to the clip and press into place. Slide the cords into the pre-positioned clips and voila!-------no loose and unattractive loose hanging wires and cords. Release the strip to uninstall with no rips or damage to the paint/wall surface. I've been using these strips and their assorted holders for years and like them because they are easy to install/uninstall with minimal effort and leave no damage.
While they are pricier than their metal counterparts, the lack of nails is enough to sell me. This is a good idea that in the long run saves cents.