Skooba Design Introduces the Cable Stable Mini; a Place for Everything, and Everything in Its Place!

If you are still tucking all of your loose cables and supplies into the bottomless pit that makes up your favorite bag, then you seriously ought to take a look at the new Skooba Design Cable Stable Mini. Smaller sibling to the Cable Stable DX, the Cable Stable Mini is designed “to carry a basic assortment of power cords, adapters and other small accessories, and zips shut into a compact, (9 x 5.5 x 1.5 inch) “book” that slips easily into a laptop case, messenger bag, backpack or suitcase.”

You won’t be able to help yourself from becoming more organized, as the Cable Stable is built to make it unavoidable!

One side of the interior is a grid of elastic hold-down strips. The strips “float” freely under reinforced retention strips, so they can easily stretch and contract to accommodate cords, adapters, and other accessories. On the other side are stretchy neoprene pockets for a phone, camera, or other small device, pen, and business or travel cards. Wasting no space, even the center spine adds to the storage capacity, with loops for batteries and USB thumb drive. The outside of the case has a carrying handle, along with a full-length zipper pocket, perfect for secure storage and quick access to travel documents.

You can pick up the Cable Stable Mini for $29.99, and its larger version the DX, is still available for $39.99.

Skooba Design Cable Stable Mini


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