Rated 4.9 out of 5Â by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Scichick Simple and does the job.
I got this to disguise all of the cords and organize them into one channel. Nowhere on the package does it say you can trim this but in the directions you simply use a fine-toothed hacksaw or even easier I cut it on the miter saw. I had leftover paint that matched the wall. It is paintable which helps it blend into the wall nicely. Comes with drywall anchors. I used better ones that don't tear up the wall. Installation was easy. You can pop the top off easily to gain access to an accessory or add more. I used a Velcro tie on my cords before putting the channel top on so it was more manageable.
December 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Lexikon Excellent Cord Cover.... Poor retailer
This cord cover is an excellent product. It is large enough to accommodate eight cords, easily. I purchased it yesterday and cut it down (easy to do with a hack saw) for both horizontal and vertical mounting on wall board. The finished product looks clean and professional.
However, Home Depot has made it difficult for consumers to find and choose this product:
1. The Florence, KY store has cord covers for sale in two different locations. One location (on a main aisle in the Electrical section) featured only one (more expensive) brand. That brand was out of stock for the single cover option that I wanted. At this location the store only had "kits" with more parts than I required.
2. The CE Tech product was hidden in a corner of the store.
3. The online description says this product is 54" long. It is only 48" long.
4. The size of the product (L x D x W) does not appear on the exterior or interior of the package.
5. The model number does not appear on the exterior of the package. There is an unlabeled number "936671" in the upper right of both the front and back of the package.
6. "Cat. No: A31-KW" appears only on the installation instructions which are inside the package and can't be seen until the package is opened.
This product includes: 1 top piece, 1 base, 3 screws, and 3 anchors. Other reviewers mentioned double-faced tape. But this product does not include double-faced tape. I suspect their confusion is related to the poor product packaging.
To review... I have hidden a lot of cords in my time. This is an excellent product for that purpose.
January 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by SoupsON Simple and effective
Super easy to use, 3 anchors and 3 screws. I would predrill your holes before putting in the anchors. The video on this page has them using a drill to install the anchors while the instructions explicitly say to use a screwdriver.
I tried using a drill and snapped one of the anchors. Predrilled the hole and used a scredriver and it worked like a charm. I haven't painted yet, but I imagine it will take wuite a few coats to get paint to stick to the glossy, smooth surface.
I had to dig through the legrand products (which are twice as much and garbage) to find this even though the Home Depot website said there were 11 in stock (and still do 3 days after purchase). It was buried in the back.
This product is super easy to use and looks great.
February 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by GSReceptionist Easy Install, Good Value
We needed something right away to cover a bunch of dangling TV cords. I had found pricier things that were more involved, but this was a decent price and was very simple to install with just a screwdriver.
Something to note: It's heavy plastic, and can't be trimmed or adjusted, so make sure you measure your cords and wall area before you buy it. I realized that I hadn't done that after I bought it, and it was a tiny bit long. We had a small extenstion cord on hand that fit, so we kept it as i, and we're happy with it.
February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by cscc Perfect
This did exactly what I wanted it to do. I was extremely skeptical that it would be sturdy enough to hold multiple thick power cords and a coaxial cables but it handles them no problem.
TIP: the tape is very strong so make sure you line it up exactly how you want before attaching it to the wall because it will be difficult to pull off an readjust.
January 7, 2015