All About…Cord Clips

Our Cord Clips have been one of our best sellers since we introduced them a few years ago. These simple little doo dads are surprisingly handy – and not just for special needs!

First, the highlights.

  • They’re made with fabric. Four layers of fabric, to be specific. This makes them so much more sturdy and longer lasting than clips made from ribbon.
  • They have two sets of snaps, making them far more versatile than clips with just one snap. There are so many different positions you can use these things in! More on that in a minute.
  • The clip is strong but easy to open. Just press up on the lever. The teeth are non-damaging.

Now, the uses:

With feeding tubes and oxygen tubing, to reduce pulling, to manage excess tubing, or to keep tubing positioned.

With ventilator or CPAP circuits.

With dialysis tubes.
OK, I ritually sacrificed all of our dialysis supplies when Teddy got his transplant, so I don’t have any pictures, but the clips can be used to keep the tubing positioned. If you are on dialysis and want a free cord clip in exchange for high quality pictures if you using it… let me know.

To hold 60 mL syringes in place, whether for gravity feeding or for venting.

To hold a feeding pump bag in place, with or without an insulated cover.

To hold charging cords in the car and keep that mess a bit more tidy!

How do you use YOUR cord clips? Share a picture on any social media account (well… Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest) and tag Wallypop (@wallypopia on Insta and Pinterest, @wallypop on Twitter) or share on your blog and pingback to this post. June 30, we’ll put all the tags and pings and whatnot in a hat and draw two to get a free cord clip! (US only unless you want to pay for Priority shipping)

Don’t own a Cord Clip yet? You can buy them here.

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