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11 Multi-Device Charging Station Organizers That Will Clean Up Your Messy Cables


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Like it or not, technology has become an integral part of our lives, and without a handy charging station organizer to keep everything in place, you could find yourself quickly tangled up in all a mess of cables. We’ve rounded up 11 convenient options that will help whip your loose cords into shape, fast.

What is a charging station organizer?

A charging station organizer is a contraption that will house all of your chargers and cables in one tidy place, making it almost as important as the devices that need juicing. These dohickeys can be placed anywhere that’s near an outlet, from your desk to your entryway table, to keep all of your family’s cables together, organized, and in good working order.

They’re also particularly handy for those that have more than one device that needs charging, such as a mobile device, a tablet, and a computer. After all, nobody wants to deal with a tangled mess of cords!

The Best Charging Station Organizers

The best charging cord management systems will depend on your particular needs. The pretty desk-friendly wooden box organizer ($19.99, Amazon) that works for your best pal, for instance, might be too small to handle all of the power you have to feed it, making this Vogek 6-port charger ($17.99, Amazon), which has an open, round design, a better fit for you.

In addition to the design factor (how adorable is this pig-shaped pick, $27.99, Amazon?), you’ll also want to make sure whatever charging station organizer you choose is compatible with your particular devices.

Keep scrolling to shop FIRST for Women’s picks for the best charging station organizers to rid your home of messy tangles.

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