We may receive commission from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
It isn't just our social lives that have become crazy interconnected these days; it's also the myriad devices we have populating our workstations and home-theater setups. And with devices come cords and cables — to power them up and to link them. So, while, technologically, we're living in a golden age, all this connected-ness has really created an aesthetic eyesore (not to mention a maddening obstacle come sweeping/mopping/vacuuming time). Despite your diligent efforts to make tidiness a top priority, you're saddled with rats' nests of wires befouling your home and office spaces. Marie Kondo would be turning over in her grave! (You know, if she were dead.)
But help is on the way with the Yecaye 94-in Channel Cable Raceway, on sale now at Amazon for just $20 with the on-page coupon. This genius device organizes, corrals and hides your cables and cords, be they from your TV, computer, streaming device, modem, printer, Blu-ray player, you name it. And at this price, there's never been a better time to get yourself one.
The Yecaye Cable Channel Raceway can accommodate up to 10 cords. Its non-locking J-shaped design means that if you upgrade or switch out a device, you don't need to disassemble the raceway — just pull out the front flap, reach in and retrieve the cord you're getting rid of.
Setup is a breeze, too: No nails, screws or staples necessary — the Yecaye comes with a 196-inch roll of strong, durable, double-sided PE tape that'll make sure your raceway sticks and stays stuck...without marring your furniture or walls.
And when we say 94", we mean it comes in five 16" sections which can be used independently (for targeted small-space organizing) or sequentially (if you need to hide cables along a long section of baseboard or wall). Because it's available in four colors (white, black, grey and brown), it'll blend in with any room's scheme.
We know you won't be surprised to learn that Amazon shoppers are loving this thing. "Awesome," said one believer. "Cable management is such a pain, but these raceways make it easy. I had a ton of wires dangling from one side of my desk to the other.... I stuck a few of these bad boys on the underside of my desk and suddenly my issues disappeared.... What a huge difference these made!"
"Game changer in two minutes," beamed another five-star fan. "Not even kidding, this product is preserving my sanity amidst the crazy wire nests under my desk. I almost bought one of those large metal cages but I'm so glad I went with this style — it's sleek, minimalist, simple to use and very affordable."
Need we go on? We think not. All that's left to do now is get clicking and bring some sanity to your electronics game.
Emergency services at the scene of a deadly avalanche in the Italian Dolomites recovered what body parts they could on Tuesday, with the dangers of venturing under the partially collapsed glacier slowing the search.
About 200,000 limited offers on local brands, luxuries, seafood and health and beauty products will be up for grabs this month and the next as part of efforts to boost Hong Kong’s sagging economy. The Hong Kong Tourism Board will launch the offers from about 200 retailers and brands from July 14, according to its spokeswoman. Consumers can enjoy discounts of up to 75 per cent on certain products during the campaign in July and August. One of the offers also includes a 30 per cent discount for a
Health authorities will soon introduce new measures to protect residents at higher risk of Covid-19 infection, while considering options to reduce inconvenience for travellers, Hong Kong’s new leader has pledged. Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu on Tuesday said the government was planning to reduce the quarantine period for incoming travellers, while at the same time controlling the risk of potential outbreaks to minimise the number of severe coronavirus cases. “One of the important measures is
Under the steady hum of a ceiling fan, Ahmed Othman weaves golden threads through black fabric, creating Koranic verses, a century after his grandfather's work adorned the Kaaba in Mecca's Grand Mosque.
Ireland captain Johnny Sexton has been cleared to play in the second Test against the New Zealand, according to assistant coach Mike Catt after confusion about the fly-half's head injury assessment (HIA) in the first Test.
A man with the playful name Joey Chestnut wolfed down 63 hot dogs in 10 minutes Monday to win the annual July 4 competitive eating contest featuring America's quintessential cookout food on Coney Island in New York.
Thousands of people on Australia's east coast fled their homes Wednesday as torrential rains tracked north after unleashing floods in Sydney that submerged communities, roads and bridges under mud-brown water.