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Portable Cord Organizer?

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armresl
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Portable Cord Organizer?

Post Posted: Sep 05, 18 03:58

Hello,

Does anyone have a link to a portable cloth or elastic type holder for all of the cords we have to lug around with us? Something similar to what Cellebrite has where you can put USB, USB C, etc. all in one container.

I saw this one www.amazon.com/Waterpr...B01F52GL9G
but it's just not enough cords.

Thanks
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jaclaz
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Re: Portable Cord Organizer?

Post Posted: Sep 05, 18 11:49

- armresl
Hello,

Does anyone have a link to a portable cloth or elastic type holder for all of the cords we have to lug around with us? Something similar to what Cellebrite has where you can put USB, USB C, etc. all in one container.

I saw this one www.amazon.com/Waterpr...B01F52GL9G
but it's just not enough cords.

Thanks


Get a "toolbox" *like*:
www.globalsources.com/...1008590462

or get as many as you need "tool rolls" *like*:
www.ergodyne.com/gear-...l-ups.html
www.ergodyne.com/gear-...ll-up.html


Or maybe bags *like* :
www.gtline.com/en/prod...nd_pc_bag/

Or Idea , get some el-cheapo pencil roll ups and remove some stitches, *like*:
www.ebay.com/itm/Roll-...2368416547

A 72 pencil slots one would make a good 36 cables holder.

jaclaz
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armresl
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Re: Portable Cord Organizer?

Post Posted: Sep 06, 18 05:10

Thanks Buddy.

I wish I could get the brief case, but it's in China and appears to be for large orders.

Going to try a roll up cloth thing and see how it comes out.
Thanks again.

- jaclaz
- armresl
Hello,

Does anyone have a link to a portable cloth or elastic type holder for all of the cords we have to lug around with us? Something similar to what Cellebrite has where you can put USB, USB C, etc. all in one container.

I saw this one www.amazon.com/Waterpr...B01F52GL9G
but it's just not enough cords.

Thanks


Get a "toolbox" *like*:
www.globalsources.com/...1008590462

or get as many as you need "tool rolls" *like*:
www.ergodyne.com/gear-...l-ups.html
www.ergodyne.com/gear-...ll-up.html


Or maybe bags *like* :
www.gtline.com/en/prod...nd_pc_bag/

Or Idea , get some el-cheapo pencil roll ups and remove some stitches, *like*:
www.ebay.com/itm/Roll-...2368416547

A 72 pencil slots one would make a good 36 cables holder.

jaclaz

_________________
Why order a taco when you can ask it politely?

Alan B. "A man can live a good life, be honorable, give to charity, but in the end, the number of people who come to his funeral is generally dependent on the weather. " 
 
  

jaclaz
Senior Member
 

Re: Portable Cord Organizer?

Post Posted: Sep 06, 18 13:06

- armresl
Thanks Buddy.

I wish I could get the brief case, but it's in China and appears to be for large orders.

Going to try a roll up cloth thing and see how it comes out.
Thanks again.


Well it depends on your budget.
I am pretty sure that there are similar ABS or aluminium toolcases available in the US, *like* (again example only):

www.plattcases.com/

jaclaz
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