The minute you snap on a Bongo Tie, you realize that you’ve discovered the very best way to organize computer cables, extension cords, photo and A/V cables, tools, camping gear, sports equipment – you name it. Bongo Ties were invented by a professional photographer to clean up the clutter of cables and to attach wires to light poles temporarily. You’ll be able to use them to tie up bundles of wires or coils of rope, attach a tarp, or organize the cables behind your computer desk or home theater. The Bongo Tie is a really simple device. There’s a rugged wooden knob – called the Bongo – tied to a big, strong rubber band. Stretch the rubber band around the coil of wire and loop the free end over the Bongo. That’s it. Use these in the garden to support young trees, in the garage for everything, or around a slippery container to add grip. Sold in a package of 10 Bongo Ties.
|RANDALL — YUCAIPA, CA Date: 1/14/2010|
|Review: This was my first time using Bongo Ties. They are great for securing my extension cords and audio and video cables. Simply great!!|
|PIERCE — LOS ANGELES, CA Date: 1/10/2010|
|Review: These are fancy rubber bands and probably won’t last very long.|
|NICK — LAWRENCE, KS Date: 11/14/2009|
|Review: As with paperclips, pushpins and other desk supplies, no home or office should be without some BongoTies. They’re that useful.|