DeskPal Workspace Organizer

Mar 12, 2014

Category: Living

Clutter is such a productivity killer. For years on our desk we used to keep a pin cushion, stress ball, Furby, jar of olives, autographed picture of Carlos Beltran, and – for some weird reason – a test tube of highly corrosive acid. Then we were like, “Ya know, if we had a computer here, we’d probably get more work done.” From that day on, we’ve been on a tear.

DeskPal lunges at the problem of desk clutter like a pit bull, attacking it with dedicated spaces for your phone, tablet, pens, and maybe a small vial of acid or two. The perfect proportions of the DeskPal Original ensure it doesn’t tip over while holding your gadgets, and each one is created by inventor Ben Marrett and his team in a workshop in Melbourne, Australia. Choose from the light and rich Tasmanian oak or the warm and blackened Torrified Ash. [Purchase]

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