The computer room, however, is not the only room in the house that’s overloaded with electrical wires. According to a 2011 “Prevention” article titled “Tangled mess? Pull the plug on cord clutter,” “Every household in America owns, on average, 25 electronic devices.” Multiply that by the average household size (according to the U.S. Census Bureau) of 2.6, and the ability to charge all those devices adds up to more than five dozen cords per home.
In addition to the stress caused over their unsightliness and the risk of fire they pose, there’s also the issue of injuries resulting from tripping over all these messy wires if they refuse to stay put. And all that’s not to mention the expensive need to replace wayward cords when they get rolled over by a computer or microwave cart, crushed by heavy furniture or mangled by pets.
D-Wings resolve all these issues by corralling electrical cords into a neat and compact compartment and then allowing them to be threaded and kept exactly where the consumer wants them to go. The newest product by UT Wire, the creators of the Q Knot cord-organizing solution, D-Wings give electronic cords a helping wing when it comes to controlling their unruly ways.
D-Wings require no tools or special skills to install. They can be simply peeled and stuck to stay in place where they are put. An ideal solution for audio/video cords, chargers, lighting cords, computer cables, power cables, telephone cords and holiday lights alike, D-Wings hold and guide running cords across any flat surface, including walls, furniture and appliances. It is this functionality that has earned them the tagline “The easiest way to control your cords.” [July 4, 2012]
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