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Simple Cord Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for Wall Mounted TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office
COMPLETE CABLE MANAGEMENT KIT: The Cable Concealer by SimpleCord is the perfect cord management kit. It contains everything you need to organize and clean up those messy cables. Each package contains (6) cable cover raceways 1 1/8" x 11/16" x 25" each. That is 150" of cable concealment!EXTRA STRENGTH SELF ADHESIVE TAPE: We have upgraded to a premium and stronger self adhesive tape. With our easy to follow instructions you can choose whether you want to use the peel and stick tape or the drywall anchors with screws. There is no need to cut giant holes in your walls to hide wires or cables.IMPROVED FUNCTIONALITY: Our cord cover kit blends with any decor. We made simple changes so that the covers SLIDE EASILY off the raceways. It has a slim and sleek design. And you can paint the wire covers to match the color of your wall. If you need a different size just simply cut the covers to your desired length.TWELVE CONNECTOR PIECES: 5 Straight Connectors, 4 Elbow Connectors, 1 Inside Elbow Connector, 1 Outside Elbow Connector, and 1 T Connector. This cord hider kit contains enough connectors to get any job done! For extra connection pieces search asin B07BF3QD12PREVENT DANGLING CORDS: Protect your children from cables and cords hanging near the floor. This is a quick and easily solution to your wire management problems. Simple Installation will allow you to safely conceal the cables around your TV, desk, or baseboard.
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65 Reddit comments about Simple Cord Cable Concealer On-Wall Cord Cover Raceway Kit - Cable Management System to Hide Cables, Cords, or Wires - Cord Organizer for Wall Mounted TVs and Computers at Home or in The Office:

u/hippopotadile · 37 pointsr/malelivingspace

Ideally? Conduit in the walls.

Worst case? Something like this.

u/LaurenLestrange · 18 pointsr/makeuporganization

Love it! One thing to complete the look would be a cable concealer or raceway like this

u/lilmidjumper · 8 pointsr/HomeDecorating

Your TV is up WAY too high, i would adjust your hanging system to be at least a foot and a half lower than it currently is. You could always get make a TV/bookshelf wall unit to go around it. It covers wires, acts as storage, and fills the space without being in the way. I'd recommend a lighter toned wood color, like a grey or an oaky color. For concealing wires, a big help would already come from lowering your TV, but there are different options such as these

But some people prefer to do the more hole-poking meeting of cutting a hole where the wire starts, and another hole near the outlet. I personally don't recommend that method especially since you're likely going to have studs in the way. But a thin, long tv console could easily cover a majority of the wires that bother you.

A good method for figuring out the size of furniture you want to buy is to outline the area of space you want the piece to take up using blue painters tape. You can easily adjust the dimensions, and you can run it up a wall to figure out height. Step backwards and sit where you normally would to see if you'd be okay with something that long/tall/wide and adjust until happy. Once you've found the basic dimensions you'd be happy with you can go online and start looking.

I personally wouldn't recommend a free hanging console if cords bother you, it won't conceal much. However if you're worried about a large tv console, you could try a few free hanging shelves below for storage, and some nice simple prints on the wall as well.

u/justathoughtfromme · 7 pointsr/hometheater
u/Cik22 · 6 pointsr/malelivingspace

Easy solution. They should be white to match the base boards. They have double sided tape on one side that keeps them on the wall. I’ll warn you though it is super sticky. You can also pain the tubes to match the wall color if needed.

u/TexasForever_ · 5 pointsr/battlestations

You should buy some cable concealers then get them painted to match your wall. Not better than hiding them in the walls obviously, but it's the best you can do for renting a place.

u/Jrbjordan · 5 pointsr/AverageBattlestations

Probably get a chair, and some of these. Other than that it's looking good!

u/ToxYixs · 4 pointsr/gamerooms

buy these .. 23 dolllars and will make room a ton better. Would also get one of these and put them on the top of ceiling. 40 bucks for a quick little makeover! Also would order more of those red and black "acoustic panels" and get like a 48 pack and fill in the holes on the wall you have! Hope this helps

u/MetalGearAlive · 3 pointsr/TooAfraidToAsk

It looks like a 90 degree angle cover for indoor electrical sheathed wiring that is usually going along a wall or ceiling.

Like this:

u/findinginsight · 3 pointsr/DesignMyRoom
u/IIBuc_NastyII · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

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Worth it.

u/lafferty_daniel · 3 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

I don't think it quite "spoils" it, that is a bit harsh. I think it looks great.

I would get some cable concealer, something like this. You probably don't need that much but it would be perfect for under the monitor. You don't need as much that is in the link I provided but I like to keep some around because it is very easy to cut them for other setups in the house.

u/orcinovein · 3 pointsr/malelivingspace

This is a 100% improvement OP. The chair and the bigger sofa were the perfect change. The Ikea lamp ties in with the bigger furniture and doesn't feel so big and overwhelming like it did before. Extremely well done.

Couple more suggestions, I would route the rear speaker wires behind the painting too and then down the middle. Then use a cable cover that runs from the bottom of the art down behind the couch to conceal the cords. Purchase a couple of patterned/accent pillows and throws to add some color to the room and you're money.

u/avramce · 3 pointsr/gamecollecting

As everyone said, immediate win would be zip-ties or velcro to manage the excess length, you can get a 100M spool of twist ties from a dollar store or homedepot or online. For the more permanent cables like the power cables, you can fix them to the back wall with wire channels, for the power bricks, you can free them from the powerstrip with either a power squid or a short extension cable. Lastly, for multiple cords that are going in the same direction or through the same hole on your entertainment center, consider a cable sleeve to clean up the look.

u/SlicktopE36 · 3 pointsr/battlestations

since no one is giving suggestions on how to cable manage, ill help out.

use velcro straps to help run the cables along the posts going up the desk and entertainment center


use cable boxes for hiding power strips and excess cables


if you dont want to use the boxes and have them sit on the floor, you could mount the power strip under your desk using 3m adhesive tape.


use these raceways for routing cables up walls, and for the power strip cables that need to go from the wall plug to the power strip


and use these raceways to run the cables under the desk to your peripherals. cut them as needed to fit, or just make sure to leave gaps for the cables to leave the raceway and not sag

u/LigerRider · 3 pointsr/audiophile

Alright then, here's mine in all its humble glory. Cables from tv, cd/dvd, and turntable are concealed within white snap-together cable/cord concealer (no power cords) along the baseboard. Otherwise everything is organized and secured with Velcro tie/straps behind the media console, and with the audio rack. The power cords are sorted, bound, and routed along the side of the rack to keep them separated from the low voltage cabling, which is routed through the holes in the center-back of the rack shelves, likewise Velcro tied, and wrapped with velcro/neoprene wrapper. It's not as end-game cable management as I'd like, but I'm still searching for that prefec solution.

u/LlamasOnFire · 3 pointsr/battlestations

i'd route the cables in a straight line-ish pattern then get these to hide them.

u/lax01 · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Thanks...and yes, I need to hide the cables but since I am renting, I don't want to put anymore holes in the wall. So I was thinking something like this or this

It really doesn't even bother me that much...its such a small visible section and you can't see it in the dark. I will still clean it up.

u/KyleCroutyyyy · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Cable Raceways would work really well or Kootek Cable Sleeve. It was the saving grace of my setup. Wouldnt be a pretty on drywall but a solution for you.

u/MajorGoob · 2 pointsr/Carpentry

If it is solid cinderblock or brick, then no, not really. Even if it was a stick-framed wall, it would be FAR easier to buy some wire hider track. I'm not sure what the proper name is, but it looks like half of a small pvc pipe that you can stick to the wall and run cables through.

EDIT: I found some on Amazon.

u/Devon-DYG · 2 pointsr/hometheater

You could also just run some cable hide strip like this. And if you really want to make it disappear get a paint sample from the wall to match the paint and cover the strips. It will really clean up the appearance.

u/mistakenotmy · 2 pointsr/projectors

You can run it in the wall (the HDMI anyway). Cord concealer raceway also works:

Don't run power (extension cords) in the ceiling/wall, that you want an electrician to do.

u/Lemon_barr · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

Cables generally should be protected but your rabbit might not even be interested. Usually if they can’t see something they won’t care about it. Your 3D printer and larger pieces of plastic are generally safe. Rabbits like to find small threads and pull at them so big chunks of plastic and glass don’t really do it for them. In general cable management is good practice and satisfying. I hate the look of the rubber hose sleeves so I keep everything in cable runners and boxes. If I’m not using it then I tuck it away.

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u/SaltedKittyBits · 2 pointsr/CableManagement

Velcro strips could help a lot, otherwise maybe a cable sleeve to keep everything together? You could get a wall cable concealer too?

u/uwhuskytskeet · 2 pointsr/CFB
u/ZachTheMack · 2 pointsr/cableporn

This is usually what I mean when I say panduit.

u/Neurorational · 2 pointsr/electrical

> So is there a way I can use either battery pack to power the christmas lights? I guess some sort of transformer that accepts a USB 2.0 input of 5V/1-2.5A and outputs 6V/6A

Can't be done.

Assuming that the 6V/6A input on the lights represents actual power consumption, that's 36 Watts, and your chargers only output 10 to 12.5 Watts.

Whenever you step up Voltage, you also step down Current, and vice versa, so that the total Power (Voltage times Current) remains the same (minus efficiency losses).

5 Volts at 2 - 2.5 Amps might light the LED string, it would be dimmer than normal but the bigger problem is that it could damage the battery pack (depending on how the battery pack handles excess draw).

For some perspective, this $74 20V/5Ah battery would give you a little over 2 hours of run time, after converting down to 6 Volts.

You could paint the cord to match the wall, to make it look less conspicuous, or decorate it with a cable raceway.

If the DC side of your light's power supply is long enough you could make a small hole in the wall behind the painting, and another one directly below it and behind the couch, fish the DC cord of the power supply through it, and plug it in; optionally you could use AV wall plates where the cable passes into and out of the wall. Just don't run any 120 Volt cords through the wall.

Nice looking wall, by the way.

u/SirLaTable · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Something like this would definitely do the trick:

u/DecrepitBob · 2 pointsr/battlestations

for sure man

dunno if this is a thing based on the unknown size of the domicile you are currently in, but if you or other residents were having issues with connecting to Wifi or it's speeds, i would mount the router higher than it is to extend it's range and reduce interference. For the power and ethernet cables that will have to go back down to the floor, you can utilize cable organizers like this to hide them neatly

u/PrpleMnkyDshwsher · 2 pointsr/cordcutters
u/HuhhDoe · 2 pointsr/battlestations

here is the raceway i used

u/Cpotter07 · 2 pointsr/networking

They make a few things for this if it does look tacky to me personally if you do not do it correctly or order the correct color/design to match your office but there are things like.







these are my favorite come in tons of nice designs that look amazing in offices!


These I use the most since they are just plain white/black/brown square boxes that connect to the roof and connects directly to cubicles or the floor and run power/data/phone anything down these with lots of extra room they are simply easy to install but very plain looking.

u/biceps2spare · 1 pointr/battlestations

I cut a few holes in the walls to run the cables and power.

Run this on the back of the "desk"

And because I couldn't run cable from left to right behind the wall because of studs I use this to at least control the wires on the wall.

u/notusknot · 1 pointr/desksetup

I thought about those clips, but decided against them for two reasons:

  1. I have more than just one cable so I don't know if the clip would hold both
  2. It would still leave the cables revealed, which i'm not all that fond of

    So instead, I thought of using this. Thoughts?
u/verbify · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

A staple gun can help you tie it to the wall in a non-obtrusive way. You can also use a cable concealer - like this

u/Stephanie839 · 1 pointr/cablegore

you'd better use something like this raceway to hidden it.

u/chrisms150 · 1 pointr/hometheater

something like that would do it - and blend in decently to the wall (note - that shit looks over priced AF; find cheaper shit). But the only really good way to hide it would be through the wall.

u/neonturbo · 1 pointr/smarthome

How about Wiremold raceway instead? They make a sticky back version and you could paint it to match. This is one example, but they make other sizes, styles, and colors.

u/texasauras · 1 pointr/Vive

in my last place, i used a cable concealer from amazon. did the job pretty well. in my current place, i found a couple of spots with existing power that i use, so i kinda lucked out there.

u/driverofcar · 1 pointr/virtualreality

It's more of a permanent setup, but what I did was use this:

I have a staple gun that stapled the plastic runs to the wall. I tried to find some tape that matched my walls and didn't leave residue, but I couldn't find anything that didn't look trashy.

You could also just use a decent staple gun and staple the cables neatly (without putting pressure on the cables) along the wall to route along the baseboards.

u/iammabanana · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Use your 25' then use an in-line HDMI amp for another 25'. Then hide it all in wire mould.

u/nemesisinphilly · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I have a cable in a concealer strip something like this running along quarter round molding on an offwhite wall. The tape would blend the concealer strip and the quarter round covering up any gaps. I then want to paint the white tape the same off-white color as wall making everything blend together.

u/hockeythug · 1 pointr/HomeNetworking

I was just talking about for example some raceway like this to hide the exposed areas.

u/seevee_kuku · 1 pointr/HomeNetworking

You're going to have a hard time finding a dog-proof cable. If you want to deal with the problem at hand, you might want to look at something like this in addition to whatever cable you go with.

u/HowDoIDoFinances · 1 pointr/oculus

Opposite corners, up as high as you can, so they're looking down at you seems to work best if you want 360 coverage with 2 sensors. Unfortunately, that'll probably require you to get extension cables, but they aren't that expensive. The front facing setup that Oculus recommends is really fast and really easy, but losing the ability to turn around in VR really hurts the experience, imo.

If you are able to buy a couple extension cables, I'd really consider trying to get them all the way up in a top corner of the room. You may want to consider a third sensor if you really want to go full room scale, too. I have three sensors mounted up high in 3 out of the 4 corners of my room (2 in front, one in back) and tracking is essentially flawless. It's a little bit of extra work to actually mount something to the wall, but it's worth it if you're setting it up for the long run. I used these mounts.

Having extension cables also gives you extra room to work with so that you can properly route the cables in a neat way instead of having them just hanging loose on the wall. I bought some cable concealers and they pretty much blend into the wall, so you really just see the sensor itself. Looks a lot nicer.

u/butt_hurt_bernie · 1 pointr/Hue

No problem. I see a lot of people using pvc because it's cheaper but there's a lot more elegant solutions out there using conduit.

u/mikeee404 · 1 pointr/HomeNetworking

No, surface mount cable channels are the best bet. Something like this:

u/dbznzzzz · 1 pointr/ToolBand

Recommend this which comes in different sizes. Otherwise at least something like this or this. Though I am already jealous my dude mad props 🤘🙃

u/Le_Groundhog · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

You can always get those cord raceway kits at Home Depot/Lowe’s or and just run them against the wall or floor. Additionally you can hang a surge protector to either the wall or tv stand using command strips and plug in your electronics into that. You would then need to just zip tie the cables so they don’t lay on the floor.

u/JaggedSilver · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Need to get some of those paintable cord covers for your neon signs. That would make that room tight and clean.

u/Exvalidus · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Another alternative is to buy some cable raceways and paint it the same color of your wall!

u/TheWigglerSpot · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement


Low voltage contractors put conduits/sleeves in walls and run all kinds of cables through them (HDMI cables, whatever).


Not sure how what you are trying to do is different - because there is no plastic tube/sleeve involved?

u/Speedr1804 · 1 pointr/Internet

Best to run some Cat 6 Ethernet and then use the discreet cable concealers

u/redrage97 · 1 pointr/computertechs

never seen one 'fool' proof. When you got people swearing by them you have someone that hasn't been screwed by one yet lol.

sure sure.. some of that could be user error.. but if you make a user error on something like this you don't have to re-run the whole cable.

plus tacking something down on a wall looks kinda well aweful where as something like this looks pretty good when done decently.. but more work.

EDIT: if you read the last part of my first comment i said you probably won't damage it.. but that one time.... you know.. murphy's law.

u/J0hnnykarate · 1 pointr/battlestations

if there is enough slack, try running the cable up in a single line rather than 2. The best answer would be to drill a hole and run it behind the wall but that sometimes isnt an option. Also this

u/Reinkere · 1 pointr/OculusQuest

My asshole dear bunnies love chewing them and have more than once broken the optic fiber Internet cables so we ended up buying cable covers/organizers which stick to the wall like these ones:

I hope that helps more than having to hide them while you pray for them not to discover the cords.

(Really cute cat, by the way)

u/labatomi · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I do this too. except I use a wire stapler so you can't even see the cables unless you're looking for them. I use these concealer to match my walls and make them look nice

u/jsqualo2 · 1 pointr/sonos

If it's an apartment(?) you don't own it? This coupled with your architectural limitations make this option REALLY attractive. Just sayin'

u/SpyCake1 · 0 pointsr/hometheater

Other things to run: Ethernet, especially if you're planning to use your TV's built-in apps.


Can't help you with the HDMI wall plates. I am guessing they work as HDMI hubs which would add latency -- more input lag -- if you care about such things. It's also another potential point of failure for HDMI handshaking, and fingers crossed HDCP2.2.


I would maybe just get one of these and move on with my life.