Flexible power cord for Ayre Codex


I am often frustrated when I try to connect wrist-thick power cords to my audio gear, but muddle by.  I just got an Ayre Codex, with its diminuative enclosure and it rests at near the top of my 5' audio rack.  My weighty power cords result in it canting one way or the other.  

Can you gents suggest a very good power cord that is relatively thin and more importantly flexible to solve my problem?  I'd budget up to maybe $300 for it.  Let me know you have something you want to part with... I just looked in my closet and I must have a couple dozen IC's and maybe a dozen power cords just taking up space.  Thanks your insights and recommendations.  

whitestix
I am using AQ Thunder Powercords with my Codex.
That cord is one of the most unwieldy I have ever found.
To tame it, I use a right angle connector at the input.
I also use a cradle made for the Codex which did not cost much.
I can PM you details.
Bob
Stranded cord, the more strands the more flex. Well constructed #14 or #12 awg max. Cullen make a decent reasonably priced cable, it’s what I use for my gear. Suggest you chat with him before purchase, see what fits your criteria.

Budget minded works too if you’re a lil savvy to what you purchase. Told my wife once, I do not need the best, but, I do need close to it :)
Agree on Cullen as the Crossover cords are very flexible but he can do the same thing with the all copper cords if you ask him to.  Also the Triode Wire Labs cords are extremely flexible to the point of you can roll them up to fit in the pouch they are delivered in.  
Analysis plus power cables are effective with balanced sound and flexible too.

https://www.audiogon.com/listings/lis9c17c-analysis-plus-power-oval-2-mkii-ac-cables

I have nothing to do with above listing.

But I am still using it in addition to SR Blue PC.
Morrow MAP3 - and it won't cost you $300
Thanks for the responses, I think I have some good alternatives here.  
The Codex has negligible power requirements. Any 18AWG cord will be more than sufficient, and not present any undue strain on the Codex chassis. 
Thanks. I can can see the benefit of more robust PC's for amps (I used them in my system to great benefit), but it seems less necessary for DAC's.  
As a rule of thumb, go with the lightest gauge power cable for DACs, CD players, tuners, etc.  The noise rejection in the power supplies benefits from it. 
Thank you, that makes great sense.  
That would do the job. The only improvement I’d suggest is the same cable with a grounded shield. 
From my talks with John Rutan, he believes the Source is the most important component and should have the best power cord, which is why I got the AQ Thunder PC.
When I bitched to AQ that the cord was way too stiff, they said using a solid right angle would have minimal affect, but using something that needed wire would not be a good way to go.
When in doubt, compare the two power cables and see if you can hear a difference.
B