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Published on September 3rd, 2014 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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iPod docking station from plant pot holder





ipod dock1

Materials: BJURON plant pot, dish drainer (name unknown)

I took a square flower pot. (BJURON)
I turned it 90 degrees.
I sawed a circular hole in it for the speaker.
Right and left each have a handle of a drawer.

ipod dock2

For the iPod rest, I used an IKEA dish drainer.
Of this I took 1 bracket, because the size was good for the iPod.
I bent the bracket up slightly.

Return to pot:
Top 2 holes drilled for the bracket.
A hole for the iPod cable.

The parts were all from Ikea.

Next, I took a radio, a speaker and a cable for the iPod.
All in one.
Done.

~ Martin

Lighting up sideways
LEGO table for 4
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One Response to iPod docking station from plant pot holder

  1. Flo says:

    HEY!
    that’s brilliant and beautifull, but… why don’t you give us a step-by-step tutorial!
    I would f*%&ing love to make one but I’m not that good at electronic conception.
    please! tell us the secrets!
    thanks.

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