Bluelounge® Cable Box for chargers and cables

Large and elegant boxes to hide power strips and their cable chaos: Cable Box, designed by BlueLounge
  • Large and elegant boxes to hide power strips and their cable chaos: Cable Box, designed by BlueLounge
  • BlueLounge® Cable Box : ideal to hide ugly powerstripes in a fancy box
  • BlueLounge® Cable Box : ideal to hide ugly powerstripes in a fancy box
  • BlueLounge® Cable Box : ideal to hide ugly powerstripes in a fancy box
  • BlueLounge® Cable Box : ideal to hide ugly powerstripes in a fancy box
  • Large and elegant boxes to hide power strips and their cable chaos: Cable Box, designed by BlueLounge
  • Large and elegant boxes to hide power strips and their cable chaos: Cable Box, designed by BlueLounge
  • Large and elegant boxes to hide power strips and their cable chaos: Cable Box, designed by BlueLounge
  • dimensions : legnth 398mm, width 154mm, height 134mm
  • weight : 860g
  • power strip not included
  • works with power strips that are up to 39cm long
  • rubber anti-slide strips
  • 10 cable ties included
  • material: fireproof ABS, recyclable fire retardant plastic
  • design: BlueLounge (USA)
  • made in China

FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :

3 good reasons

  • you can't stand looking at that horrible power strip collecting dust next to your computer
  • you can't deal with the rat's nest of cables and chargers under your desk
  • you want a stereo-TV-Internet set up that is neat and tidy, so you need to do something with all the cables and transformers

how does it work?

Avant, on a une horrible prise multiple et plein de transformateurs qui prennent la poussière

As with many of BlueLounge's products, the idea behind the Cable Box is extremely simple (the product doesn't even come with an instruction book). It's basically an ABS plastic box with a cover and two vertical slots for the cables to pass through.

  1. choose the colour (black or white) that is the best match for the spot where you want to place it
  2. unwrap your CableBox (thank you, BlueLounge for the minimalist packaging)
  3. place your power strip inside the box and plug in your cables
  4. tie up the excess cable with the 10 fasteners provided and put the bundle inside the box
  5. put the box where you like and admire how neat and clean and organized it looks, requiring nothing more than a light dusting to stay that way. Rubber anti-slide strips will keep it stable

 

boite à chargeurs CableBox Blue Lounge : format maximum de la prise : max. 39cm de long et 14,8cm de large boite à chargeurs CableBox Blue Lounge : disponible en noir ou en blancboite à chargeurs CableBox Blue Lounge : patins en coutchouc antidérapants

Compatible with most power strips

  • extremely well thought out, CableBox can hold just about any style of European power strip or surge suppressor
  • maximum power strip size: 39cm long and 14.8cm wide
  • The large Ikea Koppla power strip and switch (8 outlets, sold in sets of 2) fits into the CableBox
boite à chargeurs CableBox Blue Lounge : compatible avec la plupart des prises multiples européennes
   

details

For the last two years, LaPaDD has been successfully selling the charger box by the German design house Ding3000. Made out of steel, it has a chic felt surface for charging small devices.

BlueLounge® conceived its CableBox using a slightly different approach that is much appreciated at LaPaDD. Instead of a charging station, CableBox is a way of hiding the scramble of cables and surge supressors in a clean and tidy box that is both stylish and discreet.

Much longer and thinner, the box elegantly covers up even the largest power strips, serving as an ideal companion for your entertainment centre or computer station (or both, seeing as how its getting harder and harder to have one without the other). So it's best for fixed electronic devices, as opposed to mobile and portable ones. To each his or her own...at LaPaDD, we like both!

CableBox existe en 2 versions : standard et mini, pour des blocs multiprises plus petits

 

For smaller power strips and surge supressors, try the CableBox Mini, which will fit on your desk and can be used for smaller, more portable devices and transformers.

You can place what you want on top of either version, be it a modem, a mobile phone, or a reasonably sized electronic device.

 

 

 

Awards

Lauréat du prix Good Design   Good Design Award

extras

super functional - its shape and slots are perfectly designed to be both efficient and easy to use. It will fulfill its promise—and you will be surprised at how useful it is

affordable - yes, it's plastic and it's made in China, but it's a well-made American invention and it costs 30€

discreetly elegant - its svelte, narrow form fits behind furniture, on a shelf or a desk, and blends into the background. If you are obliged to leave it out in the open, you'll be able to appreciate the quality of its design and make .