Think back on the time spent trying to re-organize that tangled nest of wires from your home or office system, think of the failure, and get ready for the Soba’s revolutionary system for wiring cleanly.
Use Soba’s ortex tubing to easily tie, add, and subtract cables.
What is it exactly? Soba is a zippable sheaf used to hold your myriad wires for power supplies, your bevy of HDMI and other visual/audio cables (dare I say three-wire component) in a streamlined, sharp looking Vortex tube.
For those who prefer wired in sound, for superior quality, and still like a hardline giving greater speed from your router to your PS4 or gaming system of choice, this little kit is a godsend.
It is rare to get excited for a convenience like sliced bread, but I am sure those that saw it for the first time lost their minds with utter joy.
Rejoice in an office or TV stand bereft of dozens of snakes standing on end like Medusa’s head.
And who would not want to avoid adding in a new Nintendo Entertainment System with its composite output and power supply wiring by diving a palm into a quagmire of existing muck just to reach the power strip and the receiver?
Simply unzip a strand of Soba, add in the new cables, and run them along the black or white strip to their destination.
Zip the line back up with a push of your adept thumb and marvel at the space saved by the utter lack of entanglement that was your system’s wiring.
What will a Soba kit set you back? Twenty-five smackaroo’s, US currency.
Inside each kit there is:
- 10 feet of Vortex tube
- 2 End Caps
- 3 Mounting Caps
- 1 Y-Split
- 1 Vortex Zipper Tool
- 5 Rubber Bands
The mounting caps guide and secure with a simple adhesive for holding down your lines.
Just gaze at the Soba setups in wonder, because this could be your home or office, and seeing is believing.