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    Gadget Organizer ?

    Hello males. I hope you are all feeling very well today .

    Some of you may know, I like electronic gadgets . I have a Palm Pilot, 3 cell phone chargers, an iPod, a rechargeable battery station (etc.). I keep these together for easy access to recharging.

    I have organized these in these random small plastic rectangular storage receptacles on my kitchen counter. As you might imagine, I have no kitchen counter because there is NO WAY I am getting that side wet (NO WAY).

    I prefer my kitchen to be free-flowing, yet I'm currently SEVERELY lacking that quality.

    In my recent realization of needing a home electronics make-over, I have been searching sites to no avail & then I remembered you guys .

    So, I am shimmying in here to find out: How do YOU manage and organize your multiple electronics on a single outlet?

    I am looking for something like a "gadget holder" or "gadget bin" - Something that would hold an iPod, 3 cell phones, etc. and contain all of the wires. The wires drive me nuts - I can't really stand to see all these wires all over the place = fire hazard .

    Thanks in advance you guys.

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    I don't use anything as I have few portable gadgets that I regularly use, but I did notice a Charging Valet for Handheld Electronic Devices while shopping at a Brookstone one day. It's very nice, but it is $75.

    http://www.brookstone.com/store/prod...ry&prodtemp=t2
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    omg, why is it so huge?!! lol lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lestat1 View Post
    I don't use anything as I have few portable gadgets that I regularly use, but I did notice a Charging Valet for Handheld Electronic Devices while shopping at a Brookstone one day. It's very nice, but it is $75.

    http://www.brookstone.com/store/prod...ry&prodtemp=t2
    I got this as an Xmas gift from my boss. I LOVE it. It is nice because all the cords are virtually invisible. I recommend it...though I had no idea it was SO much.

    -gen
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    I just saw the exact thing at Brookstone yesterday while on my travels here in Cali...I'd need one suitable for UK electrical plugs though, and haven't seen it anywhere over there.
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    My, my, my lestat1 - That charging valet is so effin sexy ...

    Thank you sooo very much - this was close to EXACTLY what I was imagining...

    Get out of my mind !!! On second thought, you might be able to help me find this dress that I only exists in my imagination ... LoL .

    Thanks again.

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    Thanks for the recommendation GenWar - IMHO, There's nothing better than "Word of Mouf" when it comes to products;

    Especially products that are in the $50.00+ category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Oceans View Post
    I just saw the exact thing at Brookstone yesterday while on my travels here in Cali...I'd need one suitable for UK electrical plugs though, and haven't seen it anywhere over there.
    I do hope you find it. Perhaps they supply an adapter for UK residents, or perhaps you might be able to have one customized one for your needs ?

    The_Oceans, you just reminded me of that Travelocity commercial:

    "Myth #2- American appliances don't work in Europe.
    Oh, GROW UP!"
    *Gnome gets electrocuted*
    "Am I going to DIE?"

    Whatever you do, just please, be careful plugging your stuff in! ROFLMAO ! Thanks for that .

    An adapter might be better suited for you, especially since you are an "American bloke in the United Kingdom" (LoL) -

    What of when you decide to return home (if that is in your plans, that is) ?

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