Apple Watch Lego Stand

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Intro: Apple Watch Lego Stand

The day my Apple Watch arrived I realized I needed a charging stand. I took care of it right away and made one out of Legos. I have been using this stand since April and it works great.

My favorite feature of the stand is the Apple Watch can rest on it without having to be on the charger. This works well when it's fully charged and I'm not wearing it.

Watch the video and/or see the picture steps below to make your own!

Step 1: Gather the Lego Bricks.

These are all the bricks I used to build the stand. You can sub different bricks and other colors. Make it your own!

Step 2: Follow the Steps

Please note that two of these bricks are weighted. This helps keep the stand from getting pushed and moved around. It's not a must but if you have some of these special Lego bricks use them!

Step 3: Follow the Steps

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Step 9: In the Final Step You Need to Grab Your Apple Watch Charger Cable.

I left the cable exposed in the back so it would be easy to take the charger cable out for travel. You can build the cable into the stand if you prefer.

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    emcee2

    7 months ago

    I'm confused about the last part of the stand. Can you explain in greater detail of how to build it?

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    emcee2emcee2

    Reply 7 months ago

    I'm especially confused about how you made that round part in the center of the top of the stand.

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    emcee2emcee2

    Reply 7 months ago

    Oh! It's just the charger:)
    nevermind, nice build!

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    CirceCenter

    2 years ago

    Well done!! Thank you very much! I will gather materials tomorrow. Have you considered a mod to make it work well for nightstand mode?

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