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LÖRBY USB charger with clamp, white

Price $ 25

How to get it

This white USB charger is easy to attach wherever you like – with a magnet or to a table edge by using the clamp. And you can also charge 3 devices at the same time.

Article Number303.602.70

Product details

The USB charger can be attached with a magnet or clamped to a table edge.

You can charge up to 3 devices at the same time as the charger has 3 individual USB ports.

The cord is 1.9 m between the plug and the USB ports, allowing you to connect it to the wall socket ‒ so you can place the USB ports where you want to use them.

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Measurements

Length: 9 cm

Width: 2.5 cm

Height: 2 cm

Cord length: 1.9 m

Reviews

Great productAnnetteGreat product4
Guest chargingJaneI find having these in my guest rooms makes it so easy to help my visitors feel welcome and cared for.5
Convenient chargingJaneThe only criticism I have is the way the charger attaches to the clip should lock better. This is a great charger I have placed in my guest rooms my husband recently used one in hospital they are great.5
Poorly designedMichaelThe clip should be reversed.so that the cable doesn't go over the surface it's clipped to2
Great little gadgetJadeExcellent for charging. Love that it is magnetic but also has a hook if needed. Small and unobtrusive.5
PracticalLouisaBest product ever so convenient, makes sorting your cords ever so easy and keeping them close by5
Great little chargeNatashaWorks great and was the right size where I needed to put it. Been using it daily5
USB ChargerRaymondExcellent little unit - very space saving indeed.5
Great product, easy to useAngelaGreat product, easy to use and no problems5
ExcellentKathrynWith so many items send now with only a USB cable this has been a godsend5
Guest chargingJaneI find having these in my guest rooms makes it so easy to help my visitors feel welcome and cared for.5
It’s a very effective ,VonniIt’s a very effective , simple way of organising cords. I regret that it’s not still available in red like the first one I have. I would also like to let you know that I was most unhappy about it is now not possible to make the choice of no longer being able to pay through a person. This led to my elderly friend losing one of her purchases at the checkout5
Keeps my USB devices organisedMarcusKeeps my USB devices organised and convenient to charge.5
Ok, but don't use near any audio equipmentSimonI bought this to put in my studio, I'm a muso. If you use it with any audio equipment around everything was ridiculously noisy. It was annoying as I'd switched the room around and it took me a while to unhook everything. It works fine, but obviously isn't shielded. I went back to a regular powerboard and the room went back to normal. Frustrating.1
It is perfect, for whatStephenIt is perfect, for what I’m using it for, love the clip5
Not bad at all.TriciaNot bad at all.4
Yes great for Charing devicesKirkYes great for Charing devices overnight5
PerfectStephanieLove this perfect size. Will be purchasing more!5
Love Lorby!BevSo efficient! I have all those ridiculously tiny cords plugged into it.5
Good on a bookcase nextCatherineGood on a bookcase next to couch to reduce cables.4

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