The Cable Clamp is an innovative and easy-to-use cord management and organizational tool which is superior to tape, cable ties, and hook & loop products. The Cable Clamp is forever reusable and can be easily opened and closed with one hand utilizing its unique Quick Connect Quick Release feature. Constructed with durable polymers and stainless steel, it features self-aligning, self-adjusting, and self-locking technologies. Tremendously useful with real-world applications, the Cable Clamp is the solution to your wiring nightmares!
It has been designed to accommodate a wide array of applications, including organizing standard desktop computer wiring to bundling extension cords as long as 100'. Additionally, it's offered in an attractive assortment of colors and private labeling is available.
The reusable Clamp's unique self-aligning, self-adjusting, and self-locking features allows it to be easily and rapidly engaged with a gentle squeeze on the jaws, and just as easily removed with a slight lift of the specially designed trigger. Each Clamp has up to ten adjustable settings and will not cause damage to sensitive systems such as CAT 5 or fiber optic lines since they cannot be over cinched.
Ideal for use in wrapping cords for:
- Kitchen Appliances
- Garden & Shop Tools
- Audio/Visual Equipment
- Mobile & Desktop Computers
- Video & Photographic Equipment
- Holiday Lights
- Extension Cords
Other Real-World Organizational Uses
Cords, Wires, Bags, Belts, Keys, Fabric, Jewelry, Hoses, Ropes, Plants, Travel, Boating, Sports & Camping, Audio, Visual & Photographic Equipment, MIS Networking & Electronics, Computers, Portable Electronics, Office Equipment, Business Systems, Notebooks, Mobile Phones, Entertainment Centers, Video Games, Apparel, TV/VCR, Stereos, Bath, Holidays Lights, Home Appliances, Power Tools, Entertainment Center, AV Wires, Accessory Wires, Garland, Decorations, Extension Cords, and More!
- Kitchen Appliances
- Review of 90498 Review by LEILA
Review of 90498
Great product, fast delivery. All is good!
Posted on 1/2/2011
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