Bought 3 Vivo products and this the only one that was moderately okay. Tough to install without someone helping. The quality is pretty clearly cheap. Their gross margins on this must be absolutely ludicrous.Stated in another review. Don’t purchase any of the Vivo products if you want something fairly easy to assemble that’s even just okay quality.
I use two on an L-shaped desk and cleaned up the front/side nicely. No kicked, tripped, or pulled cables.
The frame is larger than the sleeve that it slips into. I decided to just wing it and cut the fabric on one side so that it could slip in since that side would not be visible. The material folds up and attached by Velcro. The Velcro is not strong enough to hold the weight of the cords and power strip. This could be because I had to cut my he side. I had sew a few places to keep it folded up. This whole thing was a lot more trouble than it was worth. I could have made something more attractive and better functioning for much less money with a sewing machine, grommet kit snd drill.
I can't stand wires on the floor. This is a perfect resolution to that problem.
I was able to stuff a Harbor Freight 4', 12 outlet power strip in it. The pieces that come with it to wrap around the bar and mount to the desk are just not universal enough. I had to design and 3D print custom straps out of TPU so it could hang off the back of the wood, but low enough not to interfere with my monitor mounts. The included screws suck, but they got the job done.I cut a hole on the front side that I can stick my hand into and pull out a 7-port USB hub which has keyboard, mouse, gamepad, etc. It's great how well it hides everything.Not sure how it'll hold up over time. I wish the velcro pocket on the back were full-height, and the velcro strap a little longer and maybe even wrapped over the top edge a little. Overall, maybe just a tad better constructed to hold a little bit more weight. It's nice to keep all the power in this with just one power cord coming out.