How to properly coil cables (Over- Under technique)

Very useful and simple. Thanks for watching

<p>I don't coil cables or ropes. I fold them in half, then half again etc. When it's about two foot long, I tie in a simple overhand knot. This makes it easy to store by simply hanging on a hook and easy to unravel when I use it the next time. This means there are no twists and curls that are difficult to straighten.</p>
<p>this may sound stupid, but what does it matter which way you wrap cables? i guess i have just always looped normally (over).</p>
<p>Cuz the coiled cable will unwrap far easier, and with minimal tangles. Hope that helps. Thanks</p>

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