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These are the worst cords I have ever seen. The còil size is about two thirds of the normal size and they came so permanently kinked that they just wènt into the garbage. What a mess! Don't waist ýour time and money.
Ordered these for work. I have OCD and the ones at my workplace are completely twisted after six years of use. My company thinks this is not a true problem so I took matters in my own hands and order the two pack. After reading mixed reviews was concerned about quality. However after taking to work and plugging in to both phones they work great and no more card tangled on itself causing the phone to crash to the floor. If we moved in to the correct century maybe they will buy cordless phones at work. A girl can dream....
Phone cords.... there are two of them... not many people use phones that require cords anymore, but we do at my work. Yes the plastic knobby bits still break off these ancient phone cords requiring replacement. These work fabulously as a replacement. I was able to replace the one on my phone and one of the receptionist's phone for a very reasonable price. The length is perfect for your standard office phone.
I recently ordered this fine item the ("iMBAPrice - Pack of 2 Black Coiled Telephone Phone Handset Cable Cord, Coiled Length 3 to 12 feet Uncoiled Value Pack") because I needed some replacement handset cords for my phone.
And I must say that I am very pleased with my purchase! These cords appear to be exactly what I wanted.. and they seem to be very well made as well. I am satisfied!
I purchased these cords in late January, 2018. In less than two months, the cord started tangling. I unplugged one end to allow the cord to untangle, but by the end of the day, it would tangle up again. Now, every time I answer the phone, I have to untangle to cord, otherwise I pull the phone off my desk. Note: I do not stretch this cord. I use it sitting at my desk, so it's only stretching about three feet. Conclusion: there is a reason why it's so inexpensive. Very cheaply made.
I love these coiled phone cords. With their extra long straight ends, they don't seem to twist like so many other phone cords. Since buying these, I have been looking for the same style in cream or white but haven't found any yet. I may have to use a black one on my off white phone that has a cord that twists so bad, I can't use it. For me, usefulness beats out looks every time.