Cord Taco

Sep 8, 2016

Category: Gear

Loose wires are not only unsightly but are also a pain to untangle, not to mention the wear and tear they face from such neglect. And since we have yet to live in an entirely wireless world, wires are still in play throughout our day to day lives. So if you’re looking to organize these technological umbilical cords, then the Cord Taco is a saving grace.

Based out of Los Angeles, This Is Ground works to build quality American-made products to make our daily lives a bit less stressful. And the Cord Taco, one of their flagship products, is a great addition to any everyday carry bag. They’re built from premium leather and the taco shape seals shut with a metallic snap, keeping your rolled wires confined and secure while not in use. They work great for earbuds, USB cords, or other small wires you’re looking to keep confined. The perfect addition to any tech heads backpack or messenger bag. Available now for $29. [Purchase]

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