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WILTEEXS Heavy-Duty Storage Straps 10 Pack(2 x 13) Extension Cor

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Product description

Size:10 Pack 2x17"

Product description
Are you still worried about the ropes, various wires and compressor hoses at home because they are piled together? WILTEEXS Extension Cord Holder Organizer allows you to quickly organize garages, warehouses, vaults, workshops, boats, RVs and campers. Easy to manage and lease. Help better organize different wires, cables and tools.
This storage traps can be used as extension cord storage, cable storage, hose storage, rope storage, garage storage and organization, or RV storage solution. Or used as a wire winder, wire holder, extension cord holder, extension cord organizer, wire binder, power cord wrap, wire hanger, wire holder, wire tie, tool tie. It can also be used as an air hose organizer. Very suitable for organizing garages and boats. It can replace wire reels, hose reels, cable ties and hooks. Endless uses!

Specification
Material: Nylon
Color: Black
Quantity: 10Pack
Size:
Small straps: 1 inch x7.25 inch
Medium straps: 1.5 x 10 inch
Large straps: 2 x 13 inch
Extra large straps: 2 x 17 inch

Products include:
10pcs Large Extension Cord Holder.
Tips
Due to manual measurement, the size and weight may have a certain error.

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