|Number Of Items||1|
|Product Dimensions||38.9 x 13.2 x 12 cm; 1.12 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||1.12 kg|
|Item Model Number||4260414846625|
|Date First Available||3 February 2021|
KD Essentials – Metal Cable Basket, Twin Pack – Cable Bracket and Tray (Under Desk or Wall mounting, with Screw Thread, Tidies up Cables/Chargers/Power adapters/Extension Lead sockets, Black)
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||38.9 x 13.2 x 12 centimetres|
About this item
- Clever cable management: The cable holder is a space-saving way to both hide and protect bulky multi plug sockets, power adapters and unsightly cable clutter under your desk
- Mix and match: The two baskets can be independently mounted underneath the desk or on desk edges, cabinets or walls. A full set of screws and wall plugs is supplied (suitable for solid desks/walls only).
- Optimum size for typical multi plug sockets and adapters. Product dimensions (W×H×D): 41.3 × 11.5 × 13cm (per basket). Material: high-quality powder-coated steel. Colour: black
- 36 months manufacturer warranty
- Suitable for multi plug sockets, power adapters and cables. Desk (on/under) or wall mounting. More accessories on amazon.co.uk/kabeldirekt
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KD Essentials – Metal cable basket, twin pack – cable bracket and tray (under desk or wall mounting, with screw thread, tidies up cables/chargers/power adapters/extension lead sockets, black)
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Very sturdy - certainly more than strong enough to hold everything I can think of putting on it.
A lot more space than I expected
Came with a spare screw and plug for the hole which I wasn't expecting
The gaps between the wires are a bit larger than I'd hope for which meant some things are currently held in place by cable ties so they can't fall through the gaps
Difficult to install - the screw holes on the top are so awkwardly placed you can't use them as guideholes to drill through and it's awkward to get a screwdriver positioned in such a way that you can screw them in. I suggest using the holes on the back as guideholes to mark/drill the holes, then use a long screwdriver to screw it in through the gaps in the wire at the bottom