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Lipper International 812 Bamboo Charging Station
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- 3 separate dividers
- Light wood color
- Stand Mountable
- Charging station beautifully constructed from sustainable bamboo
- Neatly store and charge cell phones, digital cameras, PDAs, and more
- Upper tray offers additional storage space for miscellaneous items
- Cords tuck neatly out of sight; easy-to-clean design; great for gift giving
- Measures 6-3/4 by 11-3/4 by 4-1/4 inches
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As mentioned in other reviews, it's not all that large; I think of it as 'compact' vs. the typical designs. I just want a space to put a couple of phones and maybe my Logitech Harmony remote; I already have lots of furniture. So fo me at least, this compact size is a good thing, once all of the adapters are plugged in and the whole thing is buttoned up. That can be a little tricky: the secret is to put it together in reverse order. The obvious thing would be to find room for the outlet strip (not included), then plug in the AC adapters, then wire it up. Instead, start by fitting the wires through the holes, then wrapping off any extra cord with twist ties or Velcro straps. Bury the excess cables under the wedge part. Now, add the AC adapters. Unless you need huge power, I found that the Motorola travel adapters (also sold on Amazon) work well: their connectors are oriented so that the plugs can also go under the wedge, and they're nice and small. I have three of them attached to a power strip on its side, fitting like a glove. (See attached picture.Read more ›
The holes weren't big enough to feed the iphone charger through. No problem, I have a drill.
The space isn't big enough to plug things in to the strip. Hmmm, problem.
Then I noticed the corner was cracked and broken. Now it's open and modified and I can't return it.
Thank goodness it was Amazon and they have great customer service.
Please don't buy this product.
It is really, really hard to get a surge protector in there and then plug everything in. Some reviewers managed to do it. It probably depends on the kind of plug your chargers have. We can't use a surge protector and would have to run all the charging cords out the back, through a hole in our granite counter top down to a surge protector mounted underneath the counter.
So, the idea of this product is exactly what we need, but the dimensions do not work for us. Dissappointing!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Within minutes of removing the shrink wrap, I could immediately see where this unit was not glued together very well. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jason P.
This is actually a very nice phone charging station. The only reason I gave it a four star is the most of your cell phones now are wider and don't fit on either end of this piece. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Bird with a french fry
It is extremely useful to hide those ugly cables and cords. Best solution I have come up with so far!Published 1 month ago by marina
Started to break down... Fast. Cheaply made, glue didn't stick. Served its purpose for a month then had to throw it out. Too bad.Published 2 months ago by Chris
The middle section in the front of the station will perfectly hold my Kindle reader, but the two sections on the side are far too small for my iPhone 6. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wary
Way too small for the price. Inconvenient to pull plugs through the back out the front. The sizes of the holders on the front do not accommodate today's larger smart phones... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Mccoy