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    34 Useful Tech Accessories Your Future Self Will Probably Thank You For Buying

    Inspector Gadget could never.

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    1. A tablet and phone stand you can mount to the bed or in the kitchen to hold whatever electronic you're binge-watching on right now. With this genius device, your arms and neck won't get tired from the awkward position you have to keep them in to get the angle just right.

    Reviewer photo of the stand in black clipped to the bedframe and holding an iPad above a pillow

    Promising review: "For years, I saw my wife watch her Korean dramas and YouTube videos in bed, lying on her side with her phone or iPad propped on a pillow! This was not comfortable or easy to move around if interrupted. Got her this and we like it so much I bragged about it and purchased another one for a family member!" —Z

    Get it from Amazon for $21.89 (available in black and white).

    2. Or a flexible universal tablet stand designed to go over you, giving you a hands-free way to enjoy your tablet. You can use it while sitting, lying down, or even on uneven surfaces. Plus, the legs fold so you can easily store it when not in use.

    the black tablet holder with four legs over a model's legs, showing how it holds the tablet easily
    The Grommet

    BTW — Tablift is a small business created by Scott Blevins after he had trouble finding a tablet stand for his bed. This is compatible with Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, and most other tablets (but you may have to remove the case in some cases).

    Promising review: "My mini iPad fits perfectly, both vertically and horizontally. (I need to remove my case first, but that is not a big deal.) What a pleasure to NOT have to hold it in my hands or lean it awkwardly against an object at eye level, especially for long Zoom calls. This is definitely my most worthwhile purchase of the year!" —Robin

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 or from The Grommet for $39.95.

    3. A laptop stand to take your productivity to ~new heights~. JK, we can't guarantee it will do that, but it will help improve your posture and put less strain on your eyes as you go about your workday.

    Reviewer pic of the silver laptop stand on a desk with a laptop raised on it

    Promising review: "This is an absolute game-changer now that I am working from home. It helps my posture and the colors match my MacBook Pro almost exactly if you don't hyper-examine it. It does have a little extra shine, but it is still matte. The stand is very sturdy and has quickly become a favorite to use any time I use my Mac." —George Araiza

    Get it from Amazon for $39.90 (available in two styles and in silver, gold, and grey).

    4. Leather cord keepers perfect for keeping your chargers and cords from getting tangled in a big knot without any real explanation of how that happens.

    Two leather cord keepers with a button stud closure with spots of color on them

    BTW – R-Ki-Tekt is a Black woman-owned business based out of Atlanta, Georgia since 2009! The products are made of leather and hand-painted.

    Get a set of two from R-Ki-Tekt for $25.

    5. A Brevite camera bag that's compact, lightweight, and has a ton of functional features so you can store your camera equipment (and more) while still feeling totally stylish.

    the backpack in white with the front zipper pocket open, showing all the different compartments inside that fit different camera equipment
    Brevite / Via

    This backpack is designed with a pocket that fits a laptop up to 16", a passport pocket, luggage passthrough, hidden pockets, and a top compartment, which is great for an extra set of clothes. It can hold all of this while also holding a full-frame DSLR and three lenses, which is great for any photographer (no matter their level).

    Promising review: "This backpack is the perfect size for my photo adventures with friends. As someone who likes walking around the city and taking photos, I love that this backpack protects my gear, gives me easy access to my camera on the go, and also includes space for my laptop or anything extra that I might need that day." —Catalina C.

    Get it from Brevite for $129 (available in nine colors).

    6. An alarm clock and phone charger built specifically with a projection feature, so when you roll over in the middle of the night, you can glance up and see how much time you have left to sleep without having to fully wake up and look at your phone.


    The projection has a 180-degree swivel and four light levels (off, dim, medium, and bright). The alarm clock itself has six screen brightnesses, dual alarms, four alarm sounds, and three volume levels. Plus, it has two USB ports so it can charge your phone at night.

    Promising review: "I love this alarm clock!! The wake-up sound is pleasant and upbeat, the turn-it-off button is on the back (which makes it easier to not ‘inadvertently’ turn it off when I’m hitting snooze). Even the curve of it seems well designed because it fits the curve of the hand when reaching around. The light projection on the ceiling is cool!! And it seems pretty much everything is dimmable and adjustable!! It even remembers the time and alarm settings when you unplug it!! I am absolutely, 100% delighted with this alarm clock!!!"—KatieLady682

    Get it from Amazon for $30.99.

    7. Some cable clips so you can organize all the cords you have and not spend 10 minutes fishing out your computer charging cord that fell behind your desk...again.

    Small black circles with a slit down the center that stick to a surface to keep cords in place on a desk

    Promising review: "This is another fantastic product. I have a lot of electronics along with a lot of cords and cables. These do a great job of keeping things organized and available. No more crawling under the bed or behind the desk to recover the dropped cable!" —Ken Gunville

    Get a 10-pack from Amazon for $6.95.

    8. A Bluetooth speaker to take your shower concert to the next level and provide the background music and vocals you've been missing. First the shower and then the world!

    Plus, it has a 10-hour battery life before you have to charge it.

    Promising review: "I love this powerful little speaker. At first, the controls were hard to figure out, but then I read the directions, who knew that's what they were for. 😋 I use the speaker even outside of the shower just to listen to music while cleaning! It's loud enough for its job and as long as you have up your volume on your phone and the volume up on the speaker it actually has some good little bass to it. It's definitely worth it." —Brittani

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.

    9. A selfie ring light for anyone who has found themselves working in less-than-ideal lighting during a marathon of Zoom calls. This small device will make a big difference so everyone can see your beautiful face.,

    This ring light has three color modes: warm light, cool white, and daylight. Plus, each mode has 11 brightness levels, so you can really customize it to whatever works best for you. The tripod extends from 17.5 inches to 51 inches and the base is also weighted, meaning it won't randomly tip over while you're using it.

    Promising review: "Due to the pandemic and mostly working from home, we have to rely on using virtual meeting, such as Zoom. The lighting in my room/office isn't that great, and my face would always look dark in the videos. So I decided to get a selfie ring to see if it helps to lighten up my face on cam. It definitely did the trick. The size of the ring is perfect and the tripod can but set on the floor or on the table which is quite nice. Would recommend to those who needs extra lighting. Only thing is that it has to be plugged in to a USB port instead of a traditional plug, which I think would of been more convenient if there were that option available! My team even asked what I did and then made their purchase right away!" —Patrick.S

    Get it from Amazon for $33.98.

    10. A set of office organization products, including some velcro cable labels, perfect for putting on all the cords on the back of your TV so when you need to take the Roku cable out you don't accidentally remove the internet cable and cause yourself so much more trouble than you needed in your day.

    Velcro labels on cords on the back of a TV, with labels showing what each cord is
    The Grommet

    Plus, not only do you get 12 cable labels, but you also get 20 cable ties, 6.5-feet of perforated self-gripping roll, and 16 cable clams. All the tools will help you keep cords in place and organized, so they don't look messy in your home.

    BTW — Wrap-it Storage is a small family-run business!

    Get this set from The Grommet for $24.95, a similar WFH set from Wrap It for $35, or a set of just 60 cable labels from Amazon for $14.99.

    11. A wireless charger because I can't be the only one who has forgotten to actually plug my phone in when I try to charge it. All you have to do is set your phone on it!

    Model's hand putting a phone onto the black rectangle charging pad

    This charges 10 percent faster than regular chargers and works with Qi-enabled devices, such as iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy S10, and AirPod cases.

    Promising review: "This is the perfect charger. The shape it is manufactured in is perfect for just dropping your phone on and it starts charging. No need to move the phone around to find the sweet spot. This even works if you have the Apple battery pack. My wife uses it too. She has a slim case with a PopSocket and it still charges." —bam

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    12. AirFly, a wireless transmitter that'll connect your AirPods (or any other wireless headphones) to the headphone jack on the flight so you can enjoy all the free entertainment without being forced to bring two sets of headphones or use the crappy ones they have the AUDACITY to charge for on some flights.

    model with wireless ear buds in with the small white Airfly connected to the screen on the back of the chair on an airplane, showing how it connects the two

    Promising review: "Ever since I purchased my wireless Bose earbuds, I always hated having to use another set when I was on an airplane with the seat-back entertainment system. I tried many different models to connect the system to my bluetooth headsets until I came across this one, and it is amazing! It seamlessly connects to my headset, very clear and reliable audio, and it takes the stress away from having to carry multiple headsets! Thank you!!!" —Ryan Malloy

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

    13. A rotatable wristband phone holder made with a universal strap to hold any type of phone in place while you head out for your run, bike ride, or hike. No need to keep your phone in your pocket and risk it flying out, landing on the ground, and shattering. The wooooooooorst.

    Model wearing a wrist strap with a holder for their phone that rotates 180 degrees on their wrist

    Promising review: "This is great if you need a phone holder for running or biking or anything like that! My phone feels very secure when I wear this. The strap is adjustable so it can fit any wrist size. I highly recommend it!" —Emily M Hale

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in three colors).

    14. A cord organizer to help you hide any messes that accumulate from pulling in all your devices that are a total eyesore in the room.

    A before and after picture: on the left, a bunch of black cords tangled on the floor, and on the right, all those cords now nicely disguised in a light brown wood box with white sides.

    Promising review: "I had a mess of cables on the table next to my bed, and if you pulled one too much, the chargers would fall. This keeps everything in place. It is very LARGE, I didn't expect it to be that big, but it holds a full-size surge protector, and I'm able to plug in everything in there! It's very helpful!" —Patrick Pflaumer

    Get it from Amazon for $33.99 (available in three colors).

    15. A set of Philips Hue lights you can mount to the back of your TV to really enhance the mood and make it feel like you're having a full theater experience without ever having to leave home.

    Reviewer pic of their tv with the lights behind it, with purple color all over the wall

    I've been using these on my TV for the past couple of months, and they're great. They were super easy to set up. I just attached them to the back of my TV with the included double-sided tape. And the lights themselves are great. They're super easy to change and control using the app, and you can even create different scenes that fit the show you're watching (that's what my boyfriend and I do, anyway. i.e. blue when we watch Scrubs, green when we watch Weeds, etc. ). And the lights can get pretty bright. I usually just use this as a light for the night instead of turning on any other lights in the room. Plus, the bar light can be controlled via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant devices or even paired with Samsung SmartTings systems or Nest products. It comes with clips and double-sided tape, so you can mount it to the back of your TV.

    Promising review: "These instantly add some great ambience to your living room. I will add that they are also incredibly durable. I dropped them about a dozen times trying to find the perfect placement and never had an issue. The adhesive is pretty solid as long as you don't move it and there is a flat clean space to out them. That was difficult for my setup, so I had to reinforce the adhesive with some command strips. Fair warning, buying these will lead to you buying the color bulbs for the room. Then other color bulbs for other rooms. Once you are able to set the mood for an entire room at the click of a button, it's hard to stop. Love these things." —Amazon Customer

    Get a two-pack from Amazon for $129.99 (also available in a one-pack and extension).

    16. Or a Luminoodle, which is a LED lighting strip you place around the back of your TV to brighten up the whole viewing experience by creating a sharper image, increasing color contrast, *and* reducing eye strain.

    Reviewer before/after: the TV without backlighting looking harsh with less defined colors on the bottom and the TV with backlighting with more vibrant colors, making it easier to look at

    This can be great, especially if you're staring at the TV for hours on end. It has 15 color and 10 brightness levels, plus three fade modes.

    Promising reviews: "You will be surprised how well this works. I thought it was a gimmick — but then read several articles about the benefits of bias lighting and though I would give it a try. Setting it up takes about five minutes — very simple. The surprise comes when you turn on the TV with the bias lighting and the picture POPS! The contrast and the black level jumps and the picture looks significantly improved! It supposedly relieves eye strain but I have never really had a problem with that so I can't comment on that." —rgd18

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in eight sizes).

    17. A Dagne Dover tech pouch specifically designed with elastic straps and mesh pockets to hold all the accessories for your electronics in one place. Yes, this small bag can hold the chargers for your laptop, phone, tablet, plus headphones, external chargers, and all the other accessories that usually just end up in a mess at the bottom of your black-hole of a bag.

    the rectangle pouch in blue, open showing the mesh pockets and straps holding different tech accessories
    Dagne Dover

    Promising review: "The large Arlo has been perfect for holding my small external hard drives, cables, and USB drives. It's great to have all of them so neatly organized in one place!" —Kat M.

    Get it from Dagne Dover for $45+ (available in two sizes and seven colors) or from Nordstrom; $45 (for the small size; available in four colors) or $65 (for the large size, available in four colors).

    18. A tiny Bluetooth speaker that packs a real punch when it comes to sound. You can hide these all over your house and your friends will probably think you have a built-in speaker system.

    small oval speaker in gold the size of a shot glass

    Promising review: "This little thing is legit. Pumps out mad sound at full blast. I will say that battery dies faster at full blast, but you can leave it plugged in while playing, and honestly, you can't beat having a party speaker in your pocket." —D. Salcedo

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95 (available in gold, black, and silver).

    19. A PhoneSoap UV sanitizer built specifically with UV-C bulbs to kill 99.99% of the bacteria and germs on your phone in as little as 10 minutes.


    I love my PhoneSoap. Honestly, I didn't use it that much before the pandemic started — maybe every once and a while, but since March, it has been in constant use. It's super easy to use. All you do is set your phone in it, close it, and press the lightning bolt button on it. The button will stay lit for the whole 10 minutes it's cleaning and turn off when it's done. It really has helped me have a bit of peace of mind in the last six months. And the device holds a charge for a long time. My whole family uses it, and we probably charge it maybe once a month. I highly recommend it.

    Promising review: "I have used my PhoneSoap for SO many things, and now that we’re in a pandemic, its purchase seems almost prescient! I love it. My family loves it. We clean our phones when we leave the house and come back, when someone feels germy, or whenever the need arises. I clean my debit card, and yes, my paper money and coins too! Car keys, pens, jewelry; the only thing that I can’t fit in this size unit is my glasses, and I do find that unfortunate. I’m an RPGer, and I clean all of my dice in my PhoneSoap — it’s truly fantastic!" —Claire Reardon

    Get it from Amazon for $79.87.

    20. A Rocketbook smart reusable notebook that takes your hand-written notes and makes them digital so you will never have to use a notebook again *and* you can easily find the notes you totally remember writing down on the 17th...or was it the 18th?

    Reviewer pic of the notebook open on a desk with notes neatly written on either side and two pens sitting next to it

    Promising review: "I absolutely love my Rocketbook Everlast notebook! I ordered the executive size, and it's perfect for taking notes at work and while traveling. It keeps me so organized! What I love most is how eco-friendly it is. I'm not sure why it's taken someone so long to come up with this technology, but I'm glad someone decided to improve on the boring old notebook. I've gotten so many compliments on my Everlast notebook, and I've been recommending it to everyone. It's a perfect gifting item. If you're on the fence, put it in your cart NOW!" —Ashley

    Get it from Amazon for $27.98 (available in two styles and nine colors).

    21. An iPhone dongle case I'm pretty sure I am going to buy for my dad immediately because if he loses one more dongle, my mom is going to have his head. And I know that he can't be the only one that has this problem. But this super-genius invention will keep your dongle in a safe place so you can grab it easily when you need it.

    Two of the black, flat, rounded triangular cases with a dongle-shaped slot, one of which is holding a dongle, clipped to a keyring
    Duke of Cases / Etsy

    BTW — Duke of Cases is a Black-owned small biz!

    Promising review: "I love it. I’m always losing my cord or leaving it in my other jacket or pants pocket. Now, all I have to do is put it back on my keyring. Brilliant!!!" —Mel

    Get it from DukeofCases on Etsy for $12 (originally $20).

    22. A solar-powered charger you'll want to have on hand for any camping trips where outlets are sparse but phones are needed. Plus, it's also good to have on hand for any emergencies (including power outages, hurricanes, etc).

    the long rectangular charger lying on the ground in the sun, showing

    Reviewers confirm that this is great to have during/after a natural disaster, including a hurricane.

    Promising review: "I bought this for camping and road travel to keep electronics charged. I tried it out on a camping trip, and even in partial shade, it charged my smartphone enough to keep the charge level at full despite texting." —Amy K. Jones

    Get it from Amazon for $56.99.

    23. A dual-USB charging station with a wedge-shape design to fit in between the cushions so you can keep your phone charged when you're "watching a show" and by that I mean scrolling TikTok while Netflix plays in the background.

    The triangle-shaped charger tucked under the couch cushion, with wires going up and down, connecting a phone to an oulet
    The Grommet

    Promising review: "This is a simple, low-tech tool that keeps my tablet fired up and ready to go at my favorite spot on my couch. It stays put and is easily re-located. Solved a problem I didn't even know I had." —Elaine

    Get it from The Grommet for $14.95.

    24. A Wi-Fi extender capable of strengthening your Wi-Fi in all areas of your home so you aren't restricted in the areas of your home where you can browse and stream. This little device will help make your Wi-Fi work for you (instead of calling the company and complaining...again).

    Reviewer holding their phone up to the rectangular-shaped router that's plugged intot he wall

    Promising review: "I ordered this because we weren't getting much of a signal in our bedroom. I use the Headspace App to fall asleep, and it would take forever to load and would stop randomly to buffer. Since we pay a pretty penny for fiber internet, I decided that it might as well work where I needed it to! So I bought this, and now it works perfectly! It came the next day, was SUPER easy to install, and now we get full signal in our bedroom. No more buffering. I also love that it was super inexpensive compared to other options, but very good quality." —Sharelle York

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99

    25. A tablet dock and utensil holder perfect for anyone who has been pinning a lot of new recipes they want to try. The stand makes it easy to follow said recipes, and the holder means you can grab the utensil that you need in .2 seconds flat. Plus, you won't mind having this sit out in your precious counter space all the time.

    wood base tablet dock and green ceramic holder with kitchen utensils in it
    Stak Ceramics / Etsy

    This item is handmade with a wood base and slim oval crock for kitchen utensils. Plus, the base is specifically made with channels to hold your cord in place, so you can charge your tablet while using it.

    BTW — Stak Ceramics is a husband-and-wife-owned small business based out of Pittsburgh, PA!

    Promising review: "Where have you been all my life?! LOL Aside from this being absolutely beautiful, it is so functional. I am always taking my iPad into the kitchen when cooking and then trying to prop it up on something. I never bought other items to stand it up on because who wants to waste counter space? This can hold my iPad and utensils without taking up extra room. It also looks great, added bonus." — Stacey Markovitz

    Get it from Stak Ceramics on Etsy for $82.

    26. A charging station with six USB ports so you can charge alllllllllll your devices at the same time and make your life about ~six~ times easier.

    The charging port in black with two USBs plugged into it and four open spots on a table

    I have a similar one to this and LOVE it. I use it every night because it keeps all my cords together and one place. Plus, you can charge multiple devices at once. I also always travel with it because then I don't have to worry about the hotel or room I'm staying in having enough outlets for all my devices.

    Promising review: "We're a family with TONS of rechargeable gadgets! I've had some issues with another multiport in the past, but this RAVPower is excellent! We're tech lovers ourselves, so our list currently includes three smartphones (Samsung/Apple), Samsung Galaxy tablet, four Kindles, smartwatches, Bluetooth portable speakers, Bluetooth headphones/earpieces, and other odds and ends. This even charges our PS4 controllers! It's fast, reliable, and I couldn't be happier. We've tried out a few different kinds of multi-port chargers because it seems like we all need to charge at the exact same time. My husband and I have claimed this for our room so we don't have to share it. It's perfect for high power devices, and I love it!" —Keller

    Get it from Amazon for $22.09+ (available in four colors).

    27. A Bentostack Apple accessory organizer meant to hold all of your different Apple products (including the pencil, watch bands, charging cables, AirPods, power bricks, and wall chargers) so they're neatly together and easy to find (and also easy to travel with).

    rectangle-shaped box with different layers in pink and different Apple products in each layer
    Function 101

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in four colors) or Function 101 for $39.95 (available in two sizes and four other colors).

    28. An eye mask with built-in headphones made for anyone who needs total darkness *and* sound to fall asleep. This device will block out 100% of light while letting you play music (or even white noise) without having to deal with uncomfortable earbuds.

    Amazon / Via, Amazon / Via

    The headphones can connect to your phone via Bluetooth with controls between the eyes, so you don't have to touch your phone to adjust the volume. It also has a rechargeable battery that provides more than eight hours of playing time.

    Promising review: "This is a great idea! I’m used to go to bed listening to music but having my phone under the pillow was an unsafe thing to do. I’m glad I found this product because it doesn’t only plays music, it also gives me a complete black out so I can fall asleep even if there’s light (like when I get to nap during the day). I think this product is very well made, super soft and plushy, quite comfortable, and if a leave it a little loose I can actually sleep on my side." —Lissette A

    Get them from Amazon for $22.59.

    29. Or a pair of wireless sleep headphones if you just want to listen to something while falling asleep and don't need to have your eyes covered.

    A model sleeping with the headphone band around their ears

    The headphones connect via Bluetooth and have 33 feet of wireless range (meaning your phone doesn't have to be right next to you). The controls are on the forehead, which makes it comfortable for back and side sleepers, and they are made to block out ambient noise.

    Promising review: "I usually never write reviews, but, hot damn, these are a game-changer! I sleep on my side and the speakers are comfortable to lay on. My only criticism is that the control panel should be padded somehow because it can get uncomfortable on for forehead/hairline area, but not so much that you can't fall asleep/renders them unusable." —Monique Vego

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    30. A stylus pen for your iPad you'll use ~write~ away after it arrives because it will transform the way you use your tablet. Coloring, writing, drawing, and more will never be the same.

    The stylus is compatible with Apple iPad 2018 and 2020, iPad 6th Gen, 7th Gen, 8th Gen, iPad Mini 5th Gen, iPad Air 3rd and 4th Gen, and iPad Pro.

    Promising review: "This was my first pen to purchase for my iPad. I never thought I needed one until after I used it and realized what I was missing. Photo editing is a cinch on the iPad now, and giving my child something to actually color with instead of just using their fingers is priceless. Does it have a magnet to hold it to the iPad? No. Was that a deal-breaker for me? Absolutely not. I carry my iPad in a backpack with a low-profile case anyway. I would recommend this to anyone for the price point." —Ryan Jorgensen

    Get it from Amazon for $33.99.

    31. An OXO double-ended laptop cleaning brush with a microfiber pad on one side to clean the dirty screen you've been staring at all day. Plus, it has a retractable brush on the other side to get in the keys to remove the dust and crumbs from your 3 p.m. snack that somehow found its way into your keyboard. Your computer will basically feel brand-new after this deep clean.


    BuzzFeed editor Katy Herman says: "I have this at my desk in the office (and now at my kitchen table workspace for WFH) and love it! It has a microfiber tip on one side and the WORLD'S SOFTEST retractable bristles on the other. Like, I use this thing more as a fidget toy and for petting the bristles than for cleaning. My laptop is so gross that it's a little past hope, but this has tools have definitely helped make clearing out crumbs and erasing smudges easier and cleaning my computer more fun. It's extra handy for the rest of my desk and swiping away post-lunch debris!"

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    32. A smart plug that works with an Amazon device with Alexa so you can use your voice to turn off the lights, because you don't need to exert the energy to get up to do that.

    A white rectangle plug in a wall outlet

    Promising review: "I was sick and tired of my old TP-link plug being 'unresponsive' more often than not, so I sprung for the pricier Amazon smartplug. I was sure that I'd be wasting my evening trying to connect it as I did with my old one. I plugged the unit in, and before I could even open the Alexa App, I got a notification on my Fire tablet that the plug was set up and ready to use! Yes, you read correctly: It. Set. Itself. Up. This is how home automation should work. All I had to do was rename it. Thank you, Amazon!" —MacGuyver

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    33. A silicone stand perfect for your bedside table to ensure that your AirPods get charged every night while you sleep. You can easily place them in the stand and know you won't hear that sad "doot-doot" sound of dead headphones.

    Promising review: "This accessory is one that makes you wonder why it wasn't included alongside the original product. The stand looks clean and sleek, blending in with the rest of Apple's devices perfectly. The device works wonderfully, just set your case down and it immediately starts charging." —Jerry Lathrop

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99+ (available in three colors).

    34. Or a four-in-one wireless charging station for anyone who has the whole Apple lineup that needs to be charged at night. This fits an iPhone, AirPods, Apple Pencil, and Apple Watch at once — and looks good on your nightstand while doing it.

    Four in one wireless charging stand with iPhone, AirPods, Apple Watch and Apple Pencil

    Promising review: "I highly recommend this Apple charging station! I bought this for my husband and he absolutely loves it. It plugs right in and charges his iPhone 8, AirPods series 1 and his Apple Watch Series 2 all at the same time with no issues and no more messy cords all over the place! There’s only one charging cord that plugs right in to the wall and I can’t believe how fast it actually charges everything and how long the battery lasts from the charge." —Alexis

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in four colors).

    Me thinking about how dirty my phone was before using the PhoneSoap:

    Deedle-Dee Productions

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