This is the most unique charging hub for the kitchen you’ll see today

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I’ve seen lots of attempts at creating a sleek charging station for the kitchen counter, but this is something I’ve never seen.  The TowlHub doesn’t take up any extra room on your counter, because it replaces your current paper towel holder.  It’s made of stainless steel with a weighted base for stability.  It holds any standard or jumbo-sized roll of towels.  You can cap the TowlHub with your own wine bottle stopper.  It plugs into a wall outlet with the included power cord, and it has four USB ports that can charge smartphones, tablets, and even the Playstation Vita.  It’s $49.99 at TowlHub or Amazon.

2 thoughts on “This is the most unique charging hub for the kitchen you’ll see today”

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  2. This seems really dumb to me. Why would I want all of those electronic devices plugged into a charger in the exact location where I am likely to be dripping water from my hands while reaching for a paper towel?

  3. Note from the grammar police: Unique can not have a qualifier. Something that is unique by definition can not be the ‘most unique’ – it is a singular something and thus not a member of a list. A definition from the web is “being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else.”

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