Apple Watch & iPhone Charging Dock // Woodworking How To

I made a simple charging dock for my Apple Watch and iPhone.
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(some are better than the versions I own)
– Apple Watch
– iPhone
– SawStop cabinet saw
– Dewalt 20v drill driver combo
– Jet Wood Lathe 12×21
– Carbide lathe tool set
– Countersink drill bits
– Orbital Sander
– Pancake compressor/nail gun combo
– Dremel tool
– Grizzly 14″ Bandsaw
– Shop Fox Hanging Air Filter
– 2HP Dust Collector
– 1 Micron bag
– Speed square
– Spray lacquer
– Hot glue gun
– Quikclot clotting sponge
– First aid kit
– Respirator
– Filters
– Eye protection
– Ear protection

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41 Replies to “Apple Watch & iPhone Charging Dock // Woodworking How To”

  1. Would we be able to buy these? I remember seeing this awhile ago and just got an Apple Watch so I wanted a cool stand and this is the coolest one I’ve seen by far. Awesome build!!

  2. What size Forster but did you use for the Apple Watch charger? Was it 1 1/4”? I’m needing to make something like this and need to buy the bit first.

  3. So. Still using the charger? Did the cables fail from the bend over time?? I just got a watch and am considering doing a similar idea. Maybe add a wallet catch too.

    Thanks Bob!

  4. Can you splice the 2 cables together? Also I would like to add an LED to light up where the phone goes so it is easier to see at night, but will be covered my the phone when it is on the charger

  5. brilliant mate ! Great design ! I just bought my first apple watch (4) and having lots of apple kit, I thought Id look for some kind of charging station for my new watch and iphone that I could build myself. This is the best Ive found – I'll be getting on the lathe tommorrow to give a similar version a go ! Thanks heaps !

  6. I really enjoyed this one. Only thing I’d add is a bit more back support of some sort so that I could use it as a desktop charger and still interact with the touch screen without getting some wobble.

  7. Love this man, Ive been pricing out prefabbed Amazon stuff and Id rather take the time to make one. Love the video and your approach. Awesome finished product! ALso the hot glue was sweet..never thought of that

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