Raised Metal Grommet: Sleek and Modern Cable Management that… Hovers?

December 2, 2010 by
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raised-metal-grommetSay the word “hover,” and so many things come to mind. Hovercraft. Hoverboards (that’s right, vintage Michael J. Fox fans). And hover… grommets?

Yeah, I know, grommets are one of the last things that come to mind when you’re talking things that hover. After all, they’re made to fit into things (specifically, cable-routing holes in desks and other furniture), not float above them. But all that is about to change… meet the Raised Metal Grommet.

Okay, so maybe I should clear up one small point. This raised grommet doesn’t actually defy gravity – it just looks like it does. The underlying “plug-in” part of it fits right into desk cutouts that are 2″ or 2.5″ in diameter (it has a “stepped” design, so it fits both sizes), and the rest of it “hovers” above the desk for a really cool, modern effect. The cables that usually pass straight through traditional ring-style grommets travel up through the concealed hole in your desktop or conference, and then emerge from under the hovering top. It’s a winning situation all around – you get a stylish and unique addition to your desktop, and (visually speaking) it completely covers holes, so you have a gap-free work surface.

Another thing that I love about these raised desk grommets is that they depart from the standard black plastic look of the grommets you’re used to, and come in a variety of gorgeous metal finishes instead. You can choose from Satin Nickel, Satin Chrome, Polished Aluminum and Matte Black, so you can really go for any look that you want.

In the meantime, while you’re waiting for your “hover grommet” to arrive, I recommend digging out that old Marty McFly action figure – he’ll look even cooler balanced on top of your new desk accessory than he did on his hoverboard that time he went Back to the Future.

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One Comment on Raised Metal Grommet: Sleek and Modern Cable Management that… Hovers?

  1. Cindy Suhr on Thu, 22nd Aug 2013 11:22 am
  2. So, what holds this grommet in the hole? Most cords are a bit stiff and when a cord is pulled on, I’m guessing this cover will not stay in place.

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