Hosa Introduces New Cable Organizers

DIY solutions adaptable for small and large setups

Buena Park, CA, August 2021 — Hosa is pleased to introduce two new highly adaptable cable organizers fit for any setup. With such a variety of solutions needed to accommodate ever-changing setups, these cable wraps offer the kind of customization customers have been requesting.

The Hosa Neoprene Cable Wrap is a simple hook & loop sleeve capable of organizing small and large bundles of cable. The hook & loop design, which firmly fits around any number of cables, makes any addition or subtraction a quick adjustment. The sleeve itself is 5ft long and can be easily cut into custom lengths with simple scissors.

The Hosa Spiral Cable Wrap features a more unique design that allows you to insert or remove cables at any point along its run. This design is beneficial for longer setups that would otherwise require many different cable ties and organizers. The plastic spiral is 10ft long, flexible, and can also be cut into customized lengths with simple scissors.

“With all of the cable options Hosa has offered since 1984, we understand the need to keep them organized and out of the way,” adds Mayumi Allison, Hosa’s CEO. “You realize how vital simple solutions like cable organizers are once you start adding equipment to your setup. So we developed these cable wraps to be as flexible and customizable as possible.”

The new Hosa Neoprene Cable Wrap is available at an MSRP of $18.95. The Hosa Spiral Cable Wrap is available at an MSRP of $5.95.

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