Websites and online stores

Webber Cable Management System

for many use cases but is primarily designed for computers. It is suitable for tidying up gaming or workstation for both players and workplaces. When you add a mouse, keyboard, monitor (or monitors) to your computer or laptop, and any other accessories start to accumulate cable mess.

Follow us or send a message

Share with friends (or anyone else)

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on telegram
Share on email

Webber is a Finnish invention that makes it easier for you to keep your cable organized. The first Webber is suitable for many use cases but is primarily designed for computers. It is suitable for tidying up gaming or workstation for both players and workplaces. When you add a mouse, keyboard, monitor (or monitors) to your computer or laptop, and any other accessories start to accumulate cable mess. After all, we all know the law of unwritten nature: cables always get knotted with each other when no one is watching.

Webber has mainly implemented its online store with WordPress and WooCommerce itself, but we were able to help them, for example, with the design of the store’s pages, code work, finishing, and for example setting up payments and delivery methods for the online store.

Webber’s El Capitan, or Toni, is a very nice team-mate, and it’s great that they asked for help with things that thought a professional would do better. The pioneering spirit can be seen in the fact that they mainly made the pages on their own.

Webber is now available and available to order from the company’s new online store webberofficial.com

Good luck to the whole Webber crew!

Share with friends (or anyone else)

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on telegram
Share on email

Want a newsletter?

From time to time, we’ll send you information about new services, features, and other website or marketing related topics. You can easily unsubscribe whenever you receive a newsletter.

Please note that the newsletter is in Finnish only