Abstract: A clip is provided for holding an elongated flexible element. A typical elongated flexible element is an electrical power cord. The clip has a body member having two parallel projections. The power cord may be inserted in the slit between the projections. A power cord in the slit is pinched between the projections. The body member has sockets near each of its ends and a beaded cord has enlargements that fit in the sockets, respectively. The beaded cord can be stretched as it encircles a bundle of wire. When the enlargements on the beaded cord are inserted in the sockets the bundle of wire is held in place.
Abstract: A clip for holding elongated devices such as wire, rope, tools such as screwdrivers, is provided. The clip is in two pieces. One piece is a flexible elastic elongated member with a series of spaced-apart beads near one end. The other piece is a molded plastic device having a base that has provision for attaching the base to a wall, post or pipe. Four side walls project from the base. Two opposed side walls have V-shaped cavities in them for receiving the elongated device. The beaded elongated member extends between the other two walls. The spaced beads enable the elongated member to be placed under tension as it crosses over the elongated device. The elongated member presses the elongated device toward the base and toward the walls of the V-shaped cavities. Thus the elongated device is held firmly in the clip.