I absolutely love it when I find items that make my life easier, and am always trying out new things as a result.
When these things truly work, and make a real difference to my life or home in some way, then I am really excited to share them with you!
This time it’s the turn of CableDrop ** from Bluelounge.
What’s the problem?
The most useful tools in this world solve an issue of some sort that is affecting peoples lives in some way, and the problem that this little product solves is that of cable organising.
I have lost count of the number of times I have had to pull my chest of drawers out from beside my bed, as my mobile phone charger/kindle charger wire has dropped out of reach, or when I go to my office each day having to scramble around behind the desk to find my power cable.
These things not only waste my time, but they also don’t help my back when I have to keep bending and moving furniture all the time….
So, I wanted to be able to put my hand on wires and cables as I needed them, without having to have a workout in the process!
What’s the answer?
One day I was looking online for products to try (a hobby of mine, so I can hunt out some good things for you!), and I came across the CableDrop **.
A small yet oh so effective little item that seemed to be exactly what I needed to solve this issue once and for all.
CableDrop** is a great little invention, that, as you can see from the picture above, simply sticks to any flat surface and allows wires to be easily pushed into and out of it so you can always know where they are.
Simple – yet genius!
How can you use it?
I have them all around my house now!
- Behind my bedside table so I can hang my kindle/mobile charger within easy reach
- Behind my desk for power cables
- Behind my hallway table for another mobile phone charger and our doorbell charger (my doorbell is a great invention too, but that’s for another post…..!)
Basically you can attach the to the wall, to the back or side of furniture, to the back of shelves etc…. where you have wires such as chargers, that are frequently unattached, but are needed on a regular basis.
So – what do you think?
I love these little items – and can honestly say that it now takes so much less time to get things set up each time I need to charge something – and that’s why I wanted to share them with you.
Do you suffer from the issue of cable organising, and have you found a method that works for you? I’d love to hear about it so please leave a comment below x