If there’s one thing in our home that we have in abundance it has to be electrical cords and cables. Being married to a retired electrician, you would think everything would be put away all nice and neat but I’m honestly embarrassed to admit they’re a tangled up mess.
From cables for tv’s, computers, phones, chargers, and anything in between they’re all intertwined like a spiders web, yet not as artistically done. What an annoyance!
Short of pulling my hair out when I catch sight of this unattractive mess, I would LOVE a more convenient, attractive alternative.
Thankfully, there is one… the MOS Magnetic Organization System. This unique kit lets you keep track of all of your laptop, phone, printer, iPhone and other cables but without all the mess.
The MOS kit comes with either a white or black plastic, or anodized aluminum that is scratch resistant, 3 magnetic cable ties, a Micro Suction tape (to secure MOS to a desk without any residue) and a 3M double-sided adhesive circle that holds your cables vertically (if you wish). You can also purchase additional ties, if necessary.
This system would make the perfect affordable gift for teachers, college students, office workers, just about anyone on your holiday shopping list. With technology as advanced as it is today, you’ll find techy gadgets and electronics in nearly every home. So, why not give the gift of organization?
You can purchase the MOS Magnetic Organization System at any Apple store, as well as online at Amazon.com. Kits start at just $19.95.
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