Keep Small Cords Together With Magneat

Keep Small Cords Together With Magneat

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Taryn Williford
Feb 16, 2010

Me and my housemate like to leave our music players by the door (aka practically in the kitchen). It makes for a quick exit when you're popping out the door to work out. Until now our solution for storing our easily tangled earbuds was a shallow dish on our countertop. But we might make the switch to these magnetic Magneat organizers.

These Magneat organizers are graced with great form and a neat function.

When you're not using your cord, wrap it around Magneat's colorfully decorated disk (there's even a notch to hold earbuds in place—perfect for us!) to keep it from getting tangled. Then instead of leaving the loose disk to get lost behind a cabinet, stick the other end to a metal surface. We'll be popping these right up on the fridge.

You can also use Magneat to wrangle in an extra long cord, like when you're annoyed at your headphone wire for smacking into you during a workout. Just wrap part of the cord around the disk, then take apart the magent and drop one side inside your shirt and attach Magneat on the outside!

They're available in a variety of designs from Charles and Marie for $15.

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