April 13, 2017 AT 7:00 am

Apple Watch Travel Charging Stand and Cord Organizer #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Shared by jhalls on Thingiverse:

This stand is perfect for your Apple Watch if you’re a traveler and want to have an easy way to keep your Apple Watch charging puck cable organized on the go. Easily wrap the chord around the stand, slide it into any of the many grooves along the stand’s base, and throw it in your bag and go!

These grooves also come in handy if you want to shorten the charging cable whilst on top of your nightstand.

Just print it out, feed the magnetic charging usb cable through the slot right under the circular cutout, squeeze in the circular charging puck, drop your apple watch down, wrap the cable around if you so desire and you’re good to go!

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