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Stylish Charging Solutions

Updated on August 9, 2013

Still looking for a little gadget that is colorful enough and cool enough for satisfy even the pickiest people in your life? Sometimes the simple things are the best. Everyone that has an electronic gadget or a cell phone needs a stylish place to charge it up.

Where do you plug in your gadgets? Mine are usually laying on my desk – always in my way. They get covered with papers and pushed and moved around constantly.

There are several devices that make it possible to lay your cell phone on a small ledge below a wall outlet. That is a great idea except if you are like me – there are no (or not enough) outlets that are in obvious locations around the house. Obvious locations are necessary so that the gadget is not left behind when you rush out the door.

Stylish Charger Holder For Any Mobile Cell Phone, MP3 Player, Or Any Electronics

Charging gadgets does not have to be a hassle

I’ve figured out a solution to the problem of forgetting. Instead of hanging the shelf-like device from the outlet, just hang it from a hook on the wall near your chargers. Mine are always plugged into a serge protector located near my desk. For example, there is one for my cell phone, one for my PDA, one for my Bluetooth headset.

Most of these little shelf-like devices are inexpensive so it is easy to have multiples. Mix and match colors, shapes and materials for an eclectic look. Keep them all the same and produce an organized collection-like appearance.

My own solution is to paint a long and narrow stripe on my wall. I will hang six holders next to each other inside the painted stripe. It will look stylish and will be quite functional.

A word of warning – the charging cables should not be twisted together while charging electronic gadgets. It would be a sad day if as you removed one gadget from its holder you accidentally pulled another off its holder. Electronic gadgets are seldom known for their durability when hitting the floor when dropped from three of four feet.


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    • Debbie Cook profile imageAUTHOR

      Debbie Cook 

      10 years ago from USA

      Thank you. These chargers are cute and they may find their way into several Christmas stockings this year.

    • Earth Angel profile image

      Earth Angel 

      10 years ago

      Wonderful new ideas Debbie!!

      Thanks for sharing the new "chargers!!" They are sooooooooooo much nicer looking than the old ones!! GREAT Holiday gifts!!

      Blessings always, Earth Angel!!


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