last chance: save 30% on function 101 cable blocks

The magnetized cable blocks click together. Photo: Function 101

Pretty much anyone with gear powered by electricity — like a computer setup — can tell you how pervasive a problem cable clutter can be. Dealing with cable management is nobody’s favorite task, though, so it often goes unaddressed. And yet certain products, like cable blocks, go a long way toward solving the thorny problem.

Function 101 Cable Blocks are perfect for keeping your cables neatly arranged and within reach, rather than splayed all over the place. And you can get them for 30% off today in the Cult of Mac Store. It’s the last day of the sale.

Save 30% on Function 101 Cable Blocks through Wednesday

Cult of Mac publisher Leander Kahney gave the blocks a great review in “Tame cord spaghetti with Function 101’s Cable Blocks.” He called them his “favorite cable-management system.”

The product is made up of four premium silicone blocks, each with a slot for a cable. Weighted to stay put, the blocks keep your cables organized in one spot, not splayed across a desk with some falling on the floor.

Right now you can buy Function 101 Cable Blocks at 30% off in the Cult of Mac Store. But act fast, the sale ends Wednesday, May 11.

Features:

Movable: Position them anywhere along your cable and on your workspace and reposition as needed. Cable blocks do not use adhesives but rather are weighted to help keep your cables in place.

Adaptable: Heavier cables or slick surface may require added stability. Each cable block has imbedded magnets so you can connect a second block for extra security when needed.

Connectable: Connect multiple blocks together to keep all your cables neatly aligned on your workspace. Simply move the connected blocks to the edge of your desk for a clean and organized workspace

Function 101 Cable Blocks are available in navy blue, gray, orange, pink and light blue colors.

Price: $24.95 $17.46

Where to buy: Cult of Mac Store

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