Is your HomePod leaving behind a white ring? Pad & Quill has a solution for that

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Unless you’ve been under a rock the past couple of days you have probably heard that Apples newest product the HomePod has been in the news. However, not for reasons, you may think. Seems like HomePod has been leaving behind a white ring on some wooden surfaces. Don’t worry Pad & Quill, best known for their Artisan crafted leather accessories for Apple products, have you and your HomePod covered. They have designed a full-grain leather coaster specifically for the HomePod. That’s right for $19.99 you can protect all your wood surfaces from the evil white ring. The HomePod Coaster is crafted from durable and luxurious American Full-grain leather with an ultra soft leather backing with the artisan’s signature. The 4” round coaster is available in either Whiskey or Chestnut colored leather.



Bravo to Pad & Quill for being on top of the situation and quickly creating a high-quality solution to this First World problem. Because like it says on their web page “the only rings you should see in your home this season are of the Olympic variety on TV.” You can pick up the leather HomePod Coaster right now on Pad & Quill’s website.

3 thoughts on “Is your HomePod leaving behind a white ring? Pad & Quill has a solution for that”

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  2. You can use the plastic top protector for $0. BTW Low of you guys to call out HomePod and not mention that all of the other speakers (Sonos, etc) with silicon feet cause the same marks.

  3. You’re right there are many different things you can use for free if you’re having this issue. The leather coaster is just one option.
    In no means am I calling out the HomePod (I own one BTW) and haven’t seen the white ring myself. The article is specific to HomePod because the product is made for it hence the name “Leather HomePod Coaster.” But I’m sure P&Q wouldn’t be to upset if you bought their product and used it with another speaker.

    Thank you for reading the article and your comments.

    Michael Strange

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