Filed under: Cable Management, Cable Ties, Clips and Grommets
In today’s world cable clips are used to hold cables into place when it comes to installing wires into your home or business electrical setups. Here are some of the benefits of cable clips that can help with making your cable installations much easier.
Benefits of A Cable Clip
Reusable/Movable: One of the benefits of using cable clips within many small cabling applications is that they provide a lightweight and sometimes moveable option when installing your cables. Cable clips generally provide an adhesive backing which allows them to stick to a variety of areas while also providing an option to be moved if needed depending on the type purchased.
Easy Clip Mechanism: Another great benefit of using cable clips is that they are able to provide an easy method of changing cables when needed. Cable clips can generally be unclipped to easily remove cables depending on the type and design. These are great for smaller home use and provide a convenient installation method for computer and home theatre cablings.
Compact Size: Depending on the type of cables purchased, cable clips are generally compact in size to allow for positioning behind or on a variety of different areas and items. This can be beneficial for people who may need to install cables up walls, to the back of desks, or along skirting boards.
Better Cable Management: Cable clips also deliver better cable management when it comes to any home wiring needs. Because of their small and compact size they are great for holding all your cables neatly in the one place allowing for easy management of cables and less mess within your application.
So if you are looking for a great way to install your cables, then why not take a look at a great range of cable clips which are perfect for a variety of different cable installations to help secure your wires within your electrical setup.
Filed under: Cable Management, Cable Ties, Clips and Grommets, Fire Protection, Home Safety
Why do cable clips matter? I don’t know about you but have you ever touched a power cord and found out that it was just that little bit too hot? Well with Chameleon, they give you a convenient method of identifying which power cords become hot and which ones are not with their ingenious Chameleon Clips Electrical Fire Safety Clips. Chameleon has worked on providing you with some of the best products available and have your family in mind with these innovative cable clips.
Fire Warning Is Just A View Away!
One of the best things that really stand out about these cable management clips is that they are designed to visually warn you when your cords become hot during use. These clips attach simply around the cord and are designed to easily change color from green to orange when the cord is approaching a dangerous temperature level of 110°F.
They are great for installing on portable heaters, heavy appliances, generators, as well as higher risk and higher drain devices to tell you when overheating may be occurring. The best part about these innovative cable clips is that they can help protect your children by showing you and them that the cord is hot.
Made with quality assurance and from the USA, they are from a trusted and home grown company which gives more back to their community and the world. They are available in 1 of 3 designs are can easily be placed onto different sized power cords easily.
Keep Your Family and Home Safe With Cable Clips.
Not only do they help to reduce the risk of fire, they can also be put in place with your other fire detection supplies allowing for optimal protection within your home or business.
They are great for residential and commercial environments and can simply be wrapped around the power cord with ease to allow for a quick and easy installation.
So before you burn yourself again on a power cord or have a hazardous fire risk in your home, why not install these great cable management clips into your home and see the difference in how you can protect your home and family.
I know that the products I tell you about usually have to do with practicality, safety, or organization, but we’re going to cut loose today and take a tangent toward the goofy. Just for the heck of it (and because they make me grin), I’d like to introduce you to our Animal Cord Clips.
Well, now that I’m thinking about it, I guess that these clips do get you somewhere in the department of organization. But don’t let that fool you – they’re still fun! Animal cord clips are backed with adhesive hook- and-loop, so you just peel the liner off the hook-and-loop and stick the cord clips to a wall, your desk, your computer monitor, or anywhere else you need them to gather up some excess cable length.
There aren’t many cord organizers out there that also have cartoonish good looks (now there’s an oxymoron for you), which is why these are so popular with kids. My sister used to work with kindergarteners and first graders, so I bought her the entire set of Animal Cord Clips, thinking they’d be a fun addition to her classroom. She very creatively made a few simple alterations and turned them into magnets, which were such a hit with the kiddies that the students would actually ask to take them home. That’s all the proof you need.
Personally, I’m going to magnetize my “Tiptoe the Elephant” cord clip and keep him on my refrigerator, to act as a pen-holder next to my grocery list. That, ladies and gentlemen, is what I like to call “using your noodle.” So, what are you going to do with your Animal Cord Clips?
Today’s feature is one of the simplest products we carry at CableOrganizer.com, but if you ask me, it’s also one of the most useful. I don’t know about you, but I can think of more than a few uses for adhesive-backed cord clips. I’ve used them both at home and at work for hanging Christmas lights (indoors), routing a ridiculously long phone wire around a doorway, and even running cables along the underside of my desktop.
These self-stick clips are small (only ⅝” or ¾” square, your choice), weigh practically nothing, and have a strong adhesive that hangs tenaciously onto walls, furniture, or any other flat surfaces you need them to grip. As far as design goes, our adhesive-backed cord clips are basically tiny plastic square bases that have round-contoured retaining clips molded right into them. They’re very low-profile, so they won’t draw much attention, and are super easy to use – just peel the backing off, stick to a flat surface, clip your cable in, and you’re done.