Spool Dock

When it comes to charging our many electrical devices here at Coolector HQ, there is one thing that is more annoying above all else and that is untidy wires protruding left, right and centre and a device has just come to our attention that deals with this issue more admirably than most and it goes by the name of Spool Dock from the Quell & Co. design studio.

The Spool Dock is, first and foremost, an attractive piece of design to charge your smartphone but, beneath all that, it has a feature that will definitely appeal to those who wish to keep their workspace neat and ordered. The Spool Dock lets you keep your smartphone cable under wraps whilst charging your phone with a mere spin of the dock which begins to reel in the cable to a length of your choosing. The video below does a far more descriptive job of showcasing just how the Spool Dock operates:

[vimeo width=”750″ height=”450″]http://vimeo.com/107976218[/vimeo]

This superbly stylish charger is crafted in America from North American White Oak and merino wool felt for a supremely classy finished product and for anyone with a minimalist style workspace, it will undoubtedly make for the ideal addition. Micro suction pads on the base of the Spool Dock make it a sturdy number that will stay affixed to your desk when you want it and moveable when you don’t. We’re big fans of the aesthetics of Quell & Co’s charger here at The Coolector and the fact it boasts the added feature of being able to conceal cabling is a definite plus. Check out a few more shots below:




The Spool Dock has been designed to be compatible with the lightning connector and the following Apple devices – iPhone 6, 6 plus, 5, 5s, 5c as well as the iPad mini and 5th generation iPod touch – so, if you’re a fellow with an abundance of Apple technology which you want to keep juiced with a touch of class, one of these brilliant looking Spool Docks from Quell & Co. is undoubtedly the way to go.

See More: Quell & Co.

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