Skip Navigation

  • product image
  • product image
  • product image
  • product image
  • product image
  • product image
  • product image
  • product image

2 Phone Driftwood Charging Dock

Full Details

  • Made in the USA: Brunswick, ME
  • Lightning Cable is Apple-certified
  • Plugs into wall outlet for charging capability
  • Does not include wall adapter
  • Each dock is unique and made from either native Maine cedar, hemlock, fir, or pine driftwood. Because each dock is unique, we cannot guarantee a specific type of driftwood
Natural driftwood and charging cable
Wipe with a wash cloth if needed
iPhone Dock
Fits two iPhone's 5/6/6+, iPod touch 5th generation, and/or iPod nano
Micro-USB Dock
Fits two smartphones using a micro-USB dock. Wired for the Samsung Galaxy S3 / S4 / S5
Dimensions (approximately)
11" x 3" x 2.5"
Weight (approximately)
1.2 lbs

4.5 avg. (2 reviews)

Functional art
12/28/2017 by Kristen
This product is better than expected. My townhouse is small with a costal vibe and this docking station fits in it perfectly. Beautiful.
Just what she needed!
02/25/2015 by Matthew
A teeny bit pricey. That being said, my wife loved it and I was happy to get it for her. She has two Iphones, personal and work and this product was the perfect thing for her while showing contemporary classiness. It was packaged very elegantly and carefully. This product was great. Kudos to whomever saw the piece of wood lying on the shore...
of 1
Made in the USA

2 Phone Driftwood Charging Dock

choose option

Docksmith turns unique pieces of driftwood and birch into beautiful, one-of-a-kind chargers for your smartphone or tablet. Scouring forests and beaches all over Maine, Docksmith’s owners personally select the wood and craft the chargers in their personal woodshop.
Made in the USA

Olivia Turrell

Docksmith deftly combines form and function by creating phone and tablet chargers from beautiful wood found in the wilds of Maine. Every Docksmith wood charging station is unique, with individual shape and character.

Owners Lee and Chris scour the beaches, lakes, and forests of their home state, carefully selecting driftwood and birch strewn around the landscape. They then craft the wood by hand—processing it only minimally to bring out the true beauty—and pass it along to fellow Docksmiths Olivia and Katie to wire and add adapters.

The whole process, right down to the recyclable packaging, is done in house with the environment in mind. The wood is all found, which means no destruction of forests. And Docksmith works with local businesses for its materials whenever possible. Made in the USA and guaranteed for life, these wood charging docks add a natural touch to the technology that surrounds us every day.