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The patented radically simple "no more mess" cable and wire management solution for computer workstations, entertainment centers and many other applications!
Love your electronics equipment, but frustrated with all those eyesore wires? Make cluttered and hazardous cords a thing of the past with this creative system. The WireMate easily organizes, protects and conceals a crowd of cables.
Wires empower today's technology. They are the pathways of information transmission and dissemination. The critical role wires play and the chaos they can cause are pervasive. Organizing, protecting and concealing wires is more than an issue of creating order. It is a matter of safety. Taming snarled wires helps to also minimize frustration caused by equipment outages. Wires that are protected are less likely to be damaged or develop loose equipment connections caused by jolting. Exposed or dangling wires at home or in the office can lead to entanglement by adults, children, infants and even pets. From aesthetics, functionality and safety concerns, wire management is an important consideration in the home or office. They are often overlooked, but not something to get tripped up on.
The WireMate solution is very simple. Through the entry of the base unit, the wire excess flows through the channels for looping, aligning to posts, and exiting through either end of the unit depending on the specific application. The WireMate device has been engineered and manufactured to encase a surprisingly large amount of wires/cables. Once the wires are WireMated, an attractive cover is provided which firmly snaps on the base concealing the wires. The device, through the provided tape or screws, can be mounted to a wall, desk panel, configuration component or remain free standing.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What would be the best place to mount the unit?
When should the tape or screws provided be used?
Should the wires be placed in the unit base before mounting?
Is there a preferred wire looping pattern?
If very thick wires are present, how should the wire looping occur?