Check this guy out!
I kinda love him. I especially like the glossy, lacquer finish. And he’s not just good looking. He’s a little quirky but also totally useful because this Victorian head is actually a container! Here he is on the mantel again with fabulous tulips for spring.
How fun is that? And I also tried him out on the bar cart where at first he’s unassuming, but then functional as a holder for cocktail stirrers. I just love when pretty things are also so useful.
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I’ve heard the average worker carries at least three mobile devices. Even if you don’t actually have them all with you at once, it seems on average people own at least three devices (cell phone, tablet, and laptop). That means we all have to have some way to charge and connect those devices and therefore we are constantly dealing with wires and cables.
When I made over our home office, I made sure to buy special wire clips to keep all the wires organized and streamlined. But our wire situation wasn’t just confined to the office. I charge my cell phone, and sometimes my laptop, at night so the devices are plugged in at the outlet right next to my night table. I often had to root around on the floor for the end of the cable to plug in my phone. So, I was excited to try out the MOS. MOS stands for magnetic organization system and it’s an organizer which keeps cables neat on your surface, instead of in a mess on the floor, by using magnets.
The organizer is basically a magnetic triangular shaped device that comes in three finishes: white, black (heavy duty plastic), or aluminum. Each finish is scratch resistant and the bottom of the organizer has non-sticky micro suction tape to hold it firmly to your surface. It also comes with a round 3M double-sided adhesive in the middle so you can mount it to the wall and run your wires vertically.
I usually charge my tablet in the living room so I also used it there. My organizer came with 3 blue rubber magnetic cable ties and I used those for the cables that did not magnetically stick to the organizer. You wrap the cable tie around the cable and the magnet in the tie connects with the magnet in the base.
It’s a clever and sleek way to corral the cables and not have to worry about rooting around for them behind furniture or on the floor. And since it’s a magnet it can be used for other things as well. I like the idea of mounting it to the wall and using it as a spot for your keys!
Sewell Direct provided a MOS for my honest feedback and review. All expressed opinions are my own.
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