Unlace - Silicone Lace

By Unplugged Goods

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This item is for final sale and not eligible for return unless defective.

A colorful, rubber, twistable silicone lace for untangling knotty problems with cords, cables, or any other loose end.

  • Materials: Silicone, wire
  • 5” Unlaces is designed for thin cords like earbuds and tablet, phone, or camera chargers
  • 10” Unlace is designed for burly cords, like computer cables and electrical cords
  • Includes 4 per package
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 5" or 10" length
  • Weight: 0.19 lb.

109 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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Works very well


Does what it says. Nice colors




These are great for little cords


I like it!


I really like these. Very handy for all the small cords that all our devices use. I had been using rubber bands, but these are easy to find in the drawer and the colors standout. I would definitely recommend these handy "cord controllers".More > < Less


Unplugged is great.


These are really good for keeping charging cords tied. Keeps them less messy. And they can even be used for bookmarks. They are very handy, so glad I ran across them on the Grommet.More > < Less


Neat and Tidy Cords


Love the silicone laces. I ordered the larger ones and was pleased that I did. I was just bragging on them to my husband this morning. My areas with hair dryers, curling irons and flat irons are so much neater now. I like them better than trying to accommodate with velcro.

I have a Dyson hair dryer and it is very heavy, with a long cord. I kept wishing I could find something to tie up the cords for storage, and this was exactly what I needed. I can actually now hang it on a hook and it looks so much better. Thank you, Grommet!
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About Unplugged Goods


Keep the cords in your life under control with these colorful, rubber, twistable ties. Strong and bendable, you can use and re-use them without needing to clip or fasten anything. The design even doubles as a device stand.

Long-time friends Cindy Glass and Dante Pauwels are the brains behind Unplugged Goods. Their very first idea came from a napkin sketch while the two were out to dinner. Since that initial paper drawing board, they’ve help hundreds of earbuds, charging cords, and plugs stay neat and tidy.