MOS Magnetic Cable Organizer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

All hail the folks behind Kickstarter. The crowd sourcing site has really done wonders for both product designers and consumers alike, and the latest product to see a successful campaign is the Magnetic Cable Organizer.

Last year the product surfaced on Kickstarter, and this year the product has reached the retail level with raving reviews from customers. The MOS allows you to easily organize that cable mess you have on your desk at home or at the office. Of course not all cables will respond to the magnets, so the MOS also comes with 3 magnetic cable ties to ensure everything is “tied down.” Rather than using some sticky substance to stay stationary, the MOS comes equipped with microsuction padding for your desktop, and a mounting circle in case you prefer to mount the device on the wall. You can purchase yours directly from Amazon.

MOS Magnetic Cable Organizer 1

MOS Magnetic Cable Organizer 2

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