Wiremold CordMate® II Cord Organizer (CMK50)
Conceal A/V cables in your room
Wiremold's CordMate II Organizer comes with everything you need to hide and organize audio/video cables that run along your walls or baseboards. It can conceal up to four audio/video cables or two power cords. Installation's easy cut the channels to the length of your wire run, then attach them to the wall using the included self-adhesive strips. Included corner pieces let you neatly navigate 90° turns in your cabling path.
- kit for hiding and organizing loose cables along a wall or baseboard
- includes four 30" paintable wire channels, channel couplings, and two "elbow" corner pieces
- channels attach to the wall with self-adhesive backing
- channel's interior dimensions: 7/8"W x 3/8"H
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Four 30" white paintable wire channels (C50)
- 3 White channel couplings (C59)
- 2 White flat elbow joints (C56)
- White "T" coupling (C51)
- White inside elbow (C57)
- White outside elbow (C58)
Works pretty well. A little difficult to cut evenly to customize length, and a few more corner pieces might be helpful, but overall it was easy to install & makes the room look much cleaner.
Anonymous, Chicago, IL
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Overview: The Wiremold CordMate II Cord Organizer allows you to conceal and organize loose audio/video cables along your walls or baseboards. The channels have a self-adhesive backing to make them simple to install. The CordMate II can be painted or stained to match your décor.
Installation: Once the CordMate II channels are cut to the desired length, they can be attached to the wall using the self-adhesive strips. Up to 4 cables (2 power cords maximum) can fit into the channel. The 30" long channels are approximately 7/8" at the widest point, and 3/8" in height internally.
Supplied Accessories: The CordMate II comes with 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, and a "tee" coupler lets you route cables in different directions. The CordMate II 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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Why did you buy this?
It looks pretty. [ R Dec 15, 2017 ]
Good description on reviews [ Cecil Sep 18, 2017 ]
I am reorganizing my media center and need to hide cables along the baseboard [ Dallas Jul 06, 2017 ]
Nice streamlined way to route power cord and ethernet cable up table leg and across the bottom of conference tables. Self adhesive, and easy to work with [ Arthur May 30, 2017 ]
Seems ideal for my need to hide 3 Cables feeding from my over the Fireplace mounted TV to the Entertainment Center beside it [ Kenneth Feb 27, 2017 ]
I've bought it before and find it extremely easy to use and effective at its purpose. [ Keith Oct 11, 2016 ]
I am not able to snake wire behind wall. [ Henry Mar 11, 2016 ]
3 questions already asked
I did not attach the channels to a wall - I was concerned it might leave damage. I simply inserted the cables and placed the channels on the floor up against the wall. So I'm not able to answer your question. Suggestion: do a test in a wall area that's hidden to see if adhesive causes damage. [ Cynthia Jul 07, 2018 ]
I did not run my channels on the wall, I used the baseboard and door moldings. In the picture shown, I would have ran them along the wall at the top of the countertop. The round molding is for one wire. It is hard to open. I much prefer the corner channels and the flat channels. I would paint them to match. No one even notices mine. It looks like additional molding. The adhesive is very grabby to hold the wires and channels. From my experience you should it expect it to remove paint from the wall. Plan it out ahead of time. I consider mine to be permanent. [ DOROTHY Jul 07, 2018 ]
Yes it did on my drywall ....stupid me! [ Dallas Jul 07, 2018 ]
In my experience the strips come off as easy as they go on. [ JASON Jul 07, 2018 ]
The finish is what they refer to as an eggshell finish. Almost a satin. You could use a Kilz primer, but I would not bother. Think about it, how much rubbing is going on. If it is in a kitchen area that gets a lot of wiping and grease etc. I would leave it as it is. [ DOROTHY Jul 07, 2018 ]
The appearance is matte and yes it is paintable. [ Tyrone Sep 25, 2017 ]
The surface is smooth but not shiny. I think that standard wall paint would work well on this product. If you need it to be resistant to peeling, a good primer base coat is always a good idea. [ Chester Sep 25, 2017 ]
I installed mine with the overlapping opening on top. I would hold one hand on the channel while you unlock the channel using a flat head screw driver, sliding it along the opening. Then I would hold it while gently pulling the wires out. It would be nice to have a second person helping. [ DOROTHY Jul 07, 2018 ]
Yes, you can. One side of the plastic tube is not permanently connected. The edges just overlap, so you can peel them apart to remove or add cable. [ CRISTIAN Jun 26, 2016 ]
Yes you can but I would not do it a lot of times. It also depends on where you have it installed and what wires you have. If you have a very tight fit it will be harder to take out and you will have possibility of pulling off the wall. [ Eli Jun 26, 2016 ]
Yes [ Mark Jun 26, 2016 ]