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Are “Cord Hogs” the solution to multiple cables in your backpack?

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Max The Magnificent
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re: Are “Cord Hogs” the solution to multiple cables in your backpack?
Max The Magnificent   9/13/2011 6:11:35 PM
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I bet my way (sticking it in a plastic bag) is faster :-)

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re: Are “Cord Hogs” the solution to multiple cables in your backpack?
spaw   9/8/2011 10:09:29 AM
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An easier and quicker way:- 1 fold cable in half 2 repeat until not too small for step 3 3 tie loose knot in cable

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ReneCardenas   9/5/2011 4:51:11 AM
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I agree with CSA, the plastic bags do conform more readily around my backpack, and reduce the odd shapes of the cables and odd ends competing for the same spot in my back... LoL, do anyone get that feeling of pain on the back when something is not quite right and protrudes to cause a backache?

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SZA   9/2/2011 7:36:58 PM
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Interesting product, but i guess plastic bags are more effective in terms of zero space overhead :)

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Max The Magnificent   9/2/2011 3:50:48 PM
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Even though I don;t think I will use these myself -- I'm certainly impressed with the idea -- this is one of those things where you say to yourself "I wish I'd thought of that"... Oh to invent something that (a) people want (b) you can make for pennies and (c) you can sell for dollars...

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