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Cable Croc goes into mass production for March 2013 release
Cable Croc solves that age old problem of keeping occasional wires available on your desk and others tidied neatly away. Mass production of the Cable Croc began in March 2013 with the first models available for sale next week
The Cable Croc slides effortlessly onto your desk and simply stays there. No further work required. Pop the cables you use most often into the long teeth and they’re there whenever you need them; chargers, head phones, USB extension leads, whatever your cable of choice is, it’s kept handy for the moment when you need it.
The Cable Croc’s innovative design means transformers with short cables no longer hang in mid-air, dragging your cables and contents off the desk. The cleat shaped notches in the base let you wrap thin and thick cables around them, taking the weight off the transformer and onto the Cable Croc. The additional weight on the Croc even works to apply more pressure on its’ grip on the desk, making it even more secure.
Mass production of the Cable Croc began in March 2013 with the first models available for sale by the last week of March. Mike Thompson from Cable Croc is getting ready for the first web sales but wanted to give gadget lovers an opportunity to own the very first model produced: “Pre-launch we are holding a competition to win the very first Cable Croc ever made. To enter, simply post a photo of your cable strewn desk (or “cable swamp” as we call them) onto Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest and tag or mention CableCroc in your post. The Cable Croc team will pick the best (i.e. worst) photo and send the winner the very first Cable Croc off the production line.”
Full details of the competition can be found at http://www.cablecroc.com/