Wavy Cable Wrangling Universal Dock, Hand-Carved From Plywood

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If you have a router (no, not that kind of router), a chunk of plywood and some mad craft skillz, then you could make your own Undulating Contours charging station. If you are missing any one of those, then, it’d be better to spend the $24 on the real thing, hand-hewn in Louisiana.

This charging station would actually be very useful for me. I’m forever charging iPhones and iPads of varying vintages, along with keyboards, Bluetooth speakers and so on. What I mean is, if I eat at my desk I sometimes try to twirl the cables up with my fork before I realize I didn’t make spaghetti for lunch.

The Universal Dock and Charging Station is made from oak plywood, and the curly channels not only look great but keep the cables comfortably seated. You can run up to eight cables from the back to the little storage section at the front, and just unhook the last section when you need to plug something in.

And because the cables are all under the surface of the block, it also forms a flat surface for your gadget to live on while it charges.

Beautiful, practical and inexpensive; just what we like. Available now on Etsy.

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