Cable organizer

Cable organizer

Can this be used for the regular UMC cable that comes with the car? I leave mine at home when going on short trips. Anyone got this? Thanks

DallasTXModelS | December 22, 2013

That's only the plastic hook to hold the charging cable of a high power wall charger. You can order a second UMC from Tesla to have one at home and one in your car.

Roamer@AZ USA | December 22, 2013

Works great with the portable charge cable Just tried it.

Or you could buy a y shaped screw in hanger at Home Depot. But the Tesla hanger looks nicer and it works fine with the travel cord.

spasam | December 22, 2013

DallasTXModelS: Thanks. I am just looking for something to hang the cable.

Roamer: Thanks. Will check out homedepot.

shop | December 22, 2013

Spasam, yes it works and I recommend it. It gives you somewhere to actually "plug in" the cable head when not in use, otherwise it is just draping over the holder.

jbunn | December 22, 2013

Plastic garden hose hanger from the hardware store runs about 10 bucks, and won't kink the cord.

dmayorgajr | December 22, 2013

Works great. Bought it 6 months ago and it's way better that a hook holds the charger part of the cable perfectly

spasam | December 22, 2013

After posting, I googled around and found some old posts with pictures of hanger etc. I don't mind using them, but I also don't want to leave open the charge end. Most of the time I end up leaving the cable plugged in. With kids around, a cover for the other end might be useful. Thank you all for replying. Am ordering one now.

SCCRENDO | December 22, 2013

Had a j-hook. Bought this one. Makes my UMC look neater. Always leave my cable at home. Not essential but I like it.

Brian H | December 23, 2013

No current or voltage until after the charger has linked to the car's computer and both agree the connection is solid. Kids are at no risk.

MezzaLuna | December 23, 2013

@Brian H

Shouldn't that be a colon ":", not a semi-colon ";" after "spasam"?

Just wonderin'

wcalvin | December 23, 2013

I bought the Connector hanger, but then discovered that I can use bungee cords to leave the business end hanging in space between parking slots, and easy reach for plugging in.

spasam | December 23, 2013

Brain, did not realize that. Thanks for the info.

Brian H | December 24, 2013

Bungee cords to the rescue again!

snosrep | December 24, 2013

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