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Bag Closure Power Strip Organization Hack

Make intern, Tyler Moskowite, sent over this clever bread bag closure power strip organization hack he found on the Interwebs. I have yet to find the original source for this hack, but hopefully someone will leave their name in the comments and we can all congratulate them for a job well done. This hack reminds me of the Binder Clips As Cable Organizers hack from a while back, but is obviously equally as cool and unique. [Thanks, Tyler!]

52 thoughts on “Bag Closure Power Strip Organization Hack

  1. Cool re-use when you dont have a wire labeller :-)  I grabbed a Panduit PS3 labeller at a swapfest for $10.00 and discovered that the labels for it are cheap if you look in the surplus circles..

  2. I first saw it in an issue of ARRL’s QST years ago; as I recall, the fellow that mailed it in wasn’t the originator either, but I could be wrong.

  3. Great idea, except I haven’t seen those types of ties for years here in the UK. Pretty much all bread is sealed with basically sellotape (scotch tape).

  4. Great idea, except I haven’t seen those types of ties for years here in the UK. Pretty much all bread is sealed with basically sellotape (scotch tape).

  5. “May I ask why the second power plug is labeled “POWER?”
    My wife has been doing this for years. Then she finally figures it out that a “power strip” needs power.

    (Man, am I gonna’ get a beatin’ when this one gets out.)

  6. “May I ask why the second power plug is labeled “POWER?”
    My wife has been doing this for years. Then she finally figures it out that a “power strip” needs power.

    (Man, am I gonna’ get a beatin’ when this one gets out.)

  7. HeY! When we do group arrests we could colour-code the violent ones. Slip it on the handcuffs. A red one means bad boy, a blue one means easy-going…

    Nah. Use em’ all for police dog training. Bruno will sort em’ out.

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