New Product Press Release! Cord Commander's Android Version Cord Organizer Product

Updated: May 16

Douglas Scott Company Introduces the Cord Commander®


The Ultimate Universal Cord Organizer for Android Chargers”


FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA, January 5th, 2018 – The Cord Commander is a unique cord organizer for Android chargers. The key is the patented “plug and play” docking feature which allows the charger to securely attach to the Cord Commander whereby it becomes an integral part of the charger. The benefit is that the cord storage is right on the charger. Effectively, the cord and charger become one unit whereby it stores together, travels together, and charges together.


An exclusive advantage of the Cord Commander is it will dock with most Android chargers including Samsung S, Samsung Note and Samsung Tab. An added benefit of the Cord Commander is it helps reduce cable damage at the connector joint.


“We introduced the Cord Commander at the 2016 CTIA Super Mobility Trade Show and the response was overwhelming. Show attendees kept saying that our product was the only unique product at CTIA. We were busy the entire show demonstrating the product, including an interview with a news channel which highlighting our product.” said Founder & CEO Doug


The product retails for $9.99 each. For more information, please visit www.CordCommander.com


About Douglas Scott Company LLC dba Cord Commander

Founded in 2015, the company is an upstart with the intention of becoming the leading supplier of products to manage charger chords. The Douglas Scott Company is continuing product development to expand the Cord Commander product line and plans to release several new versions later this year. All tools, products and packaging are made in the USA.


Media Contact: info@CordCommander.com


All trademark and trade names are those of their respective owners.


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