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  • Silvia Marinelli

    The Mark Brothers, cable labels - Peleg Design

  • Whitnie Hendricks

    The Mark Brothers Cable Labels best idea ever so u don't unplug ur alarm clock lol

  • Little Leopard

    The Mark Brothers: Cable Labels: These would be so great...until my cat rips out my entire entertainment unit while trying to "play" with his new toy. Considering he used to drag my travel-pro around the house as well as frequently stealing and relocating our boat walky-talky/radio stuff- the tv would be no problem (at least to yank down and break)

  • Karolina Rocka

    Monkey Business | Home | Odds & Ends | The Mark Brothers #design #product

  • GoMad ideas

    The Mark Brothers by Peleg Design. Clip it and label your cords. Handy and easy to organize. Posted by #GoMad

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