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August 21, 2009

Tiny iPhone Dock

at 5:35 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets


The normal iPhone docks are quite plain and simple. This nice wood dock is a piece of artwork that is sure to please. Looks like Todd has also made some out of plastic.

"I recently got a case for my iPhone and it’s the kind that precludes the use of the dock. I kind of like the dock concept, but instead of taking a Dremel to the existing dock, I spent a few minutes drawing up a replacement that could be cut from acrylic scraps on the laser cutter."


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6 Responses to “Tiny iPhone Dock”

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  2. crafties Says:

    looks dodgy, as there is no support for the phone its self, good chance of someone hitting the phone and breaking either the connector or the phone side.

  3. John Park Says:

    Crafties, it IS dodgy! I built the wooden one pictured based on Tod’s Thingiverse files. I think he’s been tweaking the design and making it a bit bigger. Mine is way more stable than it looks, but I have it between my monitor and and external hard drive so it doesn’t get bumped or fall far if it does. It’s sort of intentionally delicate and cute, but certainly not as stable as a wide base would be.

  4. Cordless Tool Batteries Says:

    I like the juxtaposition of old and new. Quite stark in this context. Now all I need in an iPhone 😉

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  6. Sue Says:

    Cool.. nice accessory… however, we don’t need to buy those expensive accessories just to have something for our iPhone… there are a lot of accessories out there that are simple to make and are made of wood..

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