magnetic organizatsion system

This organization solution is so simple that we’re genuinely surprised no one has thought of it before now. The MOS (or Magnetic Organization System) from REIGN23 is a magnetic charging cable-wrangling object meant to keep your cables organized.

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When you have multiple charging cables, they tend to migrate to the floor or get pushed to the back of your desk. The MOS keeps them in place by grabbing onto their metallic bits and holding them there.

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The back of the MOS features Micro-Suction tape, giving it a grip on your desk without leaving behind a sticky residue. For charging cables that aren’t quite metallic enough for the magnet to hold them, the MOS also comes with some handy clips that you can put onto the cords to make them stick.

The elegantly simple MOS is machined from a single block of aluminum, then hard anodized to give it a scratch-free surface. The finished product looks a bit like a desktop spaceship. There are a lot of cord organization tools out there, but this one might be the most clever and attractive yet.

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“The MOS, Magnetic Organization System, is a unique and elegant solution for organizing and keeping track of your cables. Simply set the end of your cable on the MOS when it’s not in use and the MOS will magnetically hold it in place until you’re ready to put it to use again.”

“The MOS is ideal for organizing the cables on your desk or on the wall above your phone charger and countless other places. When placed on a desk, the MOS makes use of its microsuction padding to affix itself to your desk without use of tape or glue and it leaves no residue if you decide to move it. When used on the wall, the MOS uses the included mounting circle to firmly and securely mount the MOS to the wall.”

“The MOS includes multiple magnets that are designed to have the ideal pull force to hold your cables in place. Most cables are able to be securely held to the MOS without issue. Not all cables are created equally, however, and some do not respond to the magnetic field surrounding the MOS. For these cases, each MOS includes 3 magnetic cable ties that can be simply wrapped around these more troublesome cables adding the ability to be held to the MOS.: