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In the market for a wireless charging pad? Need a clever storage solution for your headphones? No matter what you’re looking for in order to organize all those electronics cluttering up your desk, chances are, Elevation Lab makes it.
Right now, Yahoo Lifestyle readers can save 25 percent sitewide at Elevation Lab with code, YAHOOELAB.
Save even more — 33 percent — on our top picks (more on that below), which includes a sturdy desk mount to help you store everything from headphones to computer cables under your desk.
The Anchor Pro utility hook was made for headphones, but the dual hooks double as storage for keys, cords and anything else you want to keep off your desk and out of sight. Best of all, shipping is free. So, take advantage of the limited-time savings!
The brand’s most popular and indispensable piece is the Anchor under-desk headphone hook, which recently got even better, stronger, and more versatile.
There are several great desktop headphone stands out there, but they all take up space, literally and visually. The Anchor Pro keeps your headphones in reach but out of sight.
Shop it: Anchor Pro, $11 with code YAHOOANCHOR (was $16), elevationlab.com
Anchor’s NightPad is one of the best wireless charging pads for nightstands: It’s matte black, charges your iOS or Android device in no time, and doesn’t have any annoying blinking lights.
Shop it: NightPad Wireless Charger, $27 with code YAHOONIGHT (was $40), elevationlab.com
If you prefer wired charging or need to keep your phone within arm’s reach on your desk, the CordDock is the best charging stand on the market. It also has a convenient breakaway cable that stays attached to your phone and snaps back into place when you re-dock.
Shop it: CordDock V2, $20 with code YAHOODOCK (was $30), elevationlab.com
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