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Wiremold CordMate® Cord Organizer (CMK10)

Conceal audio/video cables along your walls

Item # 717CMK10

Item # 717CMK10

In stock
$14.99

About the Wiremold CordMate® Cord Organizer (CMK10)

Wiremold's CordMate Organizer comes with everything you need to hide and organize loose audio cables, video cables, speaker wire, or a power cord. Installation's easy — cut the channels to match the length of your cable run, lay in the cords, and snap the channels closed. Their self-adhesive backing attaches to your wall, and you can paint the exterior to match your wall color. This cable concealment system also includes "elbow" pieces for neatly navigating 90° turns in your wiring path.

Product highlights:

  • kit for hiding and organizing audio/video cables
  • includes four 30" paintable wire channels, channel couplings, and two "elbow" corner pieces
  • channels feature a self-adhesive backing for easy installation
  • channel width: 1/2"
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # CMK10

What's in the box:

  • Four 30" white paintable wire channels (C10)
  • 3 White channel couplings (C19)
  • 2 White flat elbows (C16)
  • White inside elbow (C17)
  • White outside elbow (C18)

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Overview: The Wiremold CordMate cord channel allows you to hide and organize loose cords, such as phone wires, speaker cables and lamp cords. The channels have a self-adhesive backing to make them simple to install. You can cut the channels to length to fit your needs, and paint them to match any décor.

Installation: The CordMate channels are approximately 1/2" in width, large enough for up to four standard gauge cords, such as phone cords, speaker wire, or power cords (one power cord maximum). Once the channels are cut to length and the cords inserted, the channels can be snapped shut and pressed into place against the wall. You can paint or stain the CordMate channels, if desired, to make them less visible.

Supplied Accessories: The CordMate package includes four 30" cord channels. Three couplers allow you to string four channels together in a straight line. Two supplied flat elbows let you turn corners along the same wall. The CordMate also comes with one inside elbow and one outside elbow for making the turn around inside or outside corners on adjacent walls.

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Can this hold two runs of in wall speaker cable?
[ Mr Mark  Feb 23, 2014 ]
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Currently I have a data cable that is 3/16" wide. Trying to thread a 2nd data cable through would be really tight but it could be done. I'm not sure how thick your 2 speaker cables are combined but if it is more than 3/8" I don't think it will work.
[ Robert  Feb 27, 2014 ]
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That will likely depend on the size of your in-wall cable. The CordMate channels are approximately 1/2" in width, large enough for up to four standard gauge cords, such as phone cords, speaker wire, or power cords (one power cord maximum).
[ Jeff  Feb 27, 2014 ]  Staff

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