Yeah, the bungee thing works great and keeps our iPod very secure. It's just not very visually attractive. I cannot wait until someone figures out a better looking solution.GrenZeiram said:CCUUBBEE, that's an excellent idea! I was wondering what to do with the extra bungie cords I have, and that would do it, well at least for one of them!
I've just been laying my iPod in the little square hole behind the emergency break, since I use the cup holders everyday.
I would really like to see a proprietary dock that plugs into the Cube and goes up from the plug sort of an "L" shaped device where the foot of the "L" plugs into the Cube and the leg of the "L" is where you can dock the iPod into.
Interesting idea. Was it easy to fit your iPod in there? What model iPod is it? I've got a 5th generation iPod that I leave in my Cube 24/7, but don't have it hidden like that.kathyschrock said:If you read the tiny print in the literature, it only charges the previous generation iPods and Touches. It does not charge the iPhone either. I love the bungee idea, but I hid my old iPod under the plastic as you can see in the photo. However, I think that iPod plug is always powered, so I unplug it when I am parked.