This page may contain affiliate links, meaning I may receive commissions for purchases made through those links, at no cost to you. So, thank you!
Please read my disclosure for more info.

4.21.2013

Cable Turtle Cord Organizer :: Review


Do you need an easy solution to organize all of your cords? Then check out Cable Turtle computer cord organizers. They take your excess cable and hide it in its own shell, like a turtle! It is very useful if you have a situation where you have a six-foot cord when all you need is a one-foot cord. The ultra-convenient and good-looking Cable Turtle electric wire managers, you can keep unsightly electric wire and cable out of sight. Simply wind the excess wire around the open Cable Turtle organizer, close the shell, and all unnecessary wires are neatly tucked away!


The cable turtle electric wire managers are simple, yet very well designed. In fact, this design has won many awards and is part of the Museum of Modern Art's design collection! They come in many awesome colors like Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Light Yellow, Dark Yellow, Orange, Red, Gray, Baby Blue, Pink and White! They also come in three sizes.
  • The mini cable turtle holds around 2.3 feet of electrical flex or cabling.
  • The small cable turtle organizer holds about 3.3 feet of US two prong wire.
  • The large cable turtle organizer can hold about 3 cords, or longer lengths of single cable.
I found the mini cable turtle the perfect size for my iPhone charging cord. I really like these for any of your cord organizing needs!

Connect :: You can shop for the Cable Turtle at cableorganizer.com. You can also keep up with them on Facebook and Twitter.

Buy It :: Cable Turtle cord organizers are very affordable. The mini is $4.99, the small is $5.99 and the large is $8.99.




Disclosure: Put A Little Umbrella In Your Drink received one or more of the products mentioned above for free for evaluation purposes. No financial compensation was received. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. See my full disclosure.