'Wall Clip' Keeps Controllers under Control

'Wall Clip' Keeps Controllers under Control

Taryn Williford
Feb 9, 2010

Isn't it ironic (don't ya think?) that video game controllers are impossible to control? Utilize vertical space and give each of your perfectly organized guitars, Wiimotes, Nunchucks and WiiWheels a place to call home with the cleverly-named "Wall Clip."

The Wall Clip is a handy tool that will help you finally gain control over those controllers.

It's simple, really: A length of bendable, grippy-coated wire is mounted to your wall. It can be turned, bent and shaped (as a "clip" or a "hook") to hold anything from a Nunchuck to a Rock Band guitar (and as a bonus, you won't ever have to separate the nunchuck or take the silicon sleeve off):

For $9.95, you'll get four clips in one of 10 colors: translucent, white, black, red, yellow, orange, gray, green, blue or purple.

It's a great solution for easily-accesible-but-organized controllers in a kid's room or a media den. But if you prefer to keep your gaming peripherals camouflaged, Wall clips work just as well hanging on the inside of a cabinet door.

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