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  1. hightower
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    hightower Trainee Electrician's Arms

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    I'm going to be wall papering our bedroom at the weekend, and rather than chew on with phone chargers behind the bedside units I wanted some small discreet USB sockets above the unit so a phone can be easily plugged in. An architrave size USB socket would be perfect, but I can't find any so has anyone got a suitable suggestion?
     
  2. Andy78
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    Smallest I can think of would be a single euro grid frame with space for one or two modules.
     
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  4. hightower
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    That might be the answer Tel, however, reading the comments on another site and apparently tight in a 35mm box!
     
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  6. HandySparks
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    Better pop it in a 47mm then.
     
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