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The German manufacturer equinux recently launched an expansion of the "tizi Knubbi" product range. This now brings with it nine new cable holders and cable guides. The various organizational aids for desks, walls and the like are named like Basement louse, snowflake, Dwarf, fan belt or Spiral to prevent cable chaos. What is behind this and the other new and previous products in the series tizi Knubbi hides, I have summarized that for you in this post.
You might already know "4er","Classic","Macaroon"And"Curls“Be - these are the four previous solutions for sorting cables from equinux. It consists of a four and a double cable holder, cable clips and a spiral for cable routing. The links to the names of the products will take you to the corresponding product pages. Now I would like to go into a little more detail about the new members of the tizi Knubbi Family.
The Snowflake is a great way to hold cables together. The 37 mm diameter cable guide can hold up to 13 cables with a diameter of 4,5 to 7 mm. Whether in the office, backstage technology, power cables at the LAN party or in the company's data center: the tizi Knubbi snowflake keeps things tidy. Scope of delivery: 2 pieces.
The tadpole is an 18 cm long alternative to cable ties. Instead of the one-time use of cable ties, the tizi Knubbi tadpole can be loosened again and again, narrowed or wider, and even removed completely. According to the manufacturer equinux, it can hold up to 15 thick or 25 thin cables. Scope of delivery: 3 pieces.
The fan belt is the solution for all those for whom the tadpole is not wide enough. Because this aid for bundling cables combines two straps into one. The cable bundle can have a circumference of up to 80 mm, which, according to the manufacturer, is 10 thick or 20 thin cables. The 24 mm wide “toothed wheel” can be used for fastening. Scope of delivery: 3 pieces.
The basement louse comes in a double pack and offers 5 cable ducts each for cables with a diameter of up to 6 mm. For example, it can be glued to or under the table top. It can also be safely attached to the wall or used loosely for sorting cables. It is currently not listed on Amazon.
The three-lapper is the little brother of the basement louse and has "only" three cable guides. The little helper measuring 33 x 33 mm in area and only 15 mm in height has a self-adhesive underside and holds cables up to 5,5 mm thick. Ideal for the office, at home, the cables in the converted van, etc. Scope of delivery: 3 pieces.
The dwarf shows that you can save even more space. With a diameter of 19 mm and a height of 11 mm, this cable holder holds two cables up to 4,5 mm thick. Several are included in the package for this. Here, too, you can sort, route and better distinguish cables in different places. Scope of delivery: 6 pieces.
The onesie holds, as the name suggests, a cable. It measures 28 x 11 mm and, after dividing the common path of two cables, can mark the path to the destination for one of them. This is how you organize the cable routing in the office, at home or elsewhere, individually and always in a tidy manner. Scope of delivery: 4 pieces.
The spiral to prevent cable chaos is a helix cable loop that allows various cables and cable diameters to be guided. From the thinnest cables with only 1 mm to thick cables or cable bundles with a diameter of 4,5 cm, everything is possible. The package contains 2 pieces; however, the product is not yet listed on Amazon.
The petite baguette looks like a small baguette with a bit of imagination. The 20 mm long, 52 mm wide and 12 mm high cable attachment holds three cords with a diameter of up to 5,7 mm. Here too, of course, the underside is self-adhesive so that you can attach the little helper anywhere. Scope of delivery: 3 pieces.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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