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Published on March 31st, 2009 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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A compact Mackis charging station





Hayley turns the Mackis stationery caddy into into a charging station. I like the cork pad for the gadgets to rest on. Nice touch.

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9 Responses to A compact Mackis charging station

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’d pop a grommet on the holes or wire to stop it falling through, but a brilliant idea that I will unashamedly copy

  2. Robj98168 says:

    Too Cool! That would be great for my cell phones and regular phone. And a mail center besides! Great hack

  3. Miss Laura says:

    I’d been trying to figure out how I could hack that piece into a charging station – brilliant! Thank you!

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  6. Anonymous says:

    looks great, very stylish and useful, prolly will copy this myself THNX!

  7. FrightenedByPenguins says:

    This would be ideal for with a further hack included, inspired.

    How are the cable sorted from the front? Any further details?

  8. Sandmagic says:

    Hi. I love this wonderful idea. It is really helpful and cool, I might even do it! But I possibly won’t because I already have some sort of “Charging Station.” So maybe…

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