I took a look at the new cable and accessory organiser from STM – check out my STM Dapper Wrapper Review designed to keep all your cables, accessories, chargers and adaptors safe and secure at all times!

stm dapper wrapper packagingIf you’ve owned phones and gadgets for more than even a couple of years you’ll have a range of accessories for them. Charging cables, backup charging cables, adaptors, cases, external batteries. The list is endless.

I tend to have chargers everywhere, at my desk by my bed, by the sofa etc. But having a set of cables and important adaptors for when I travel is essential. There’s nothing worse than going away and forgetting an important charger (I’m looking at you Apple Watch).

STM Dapper Wrapper Design

The case is made from durable polyester, and contains a wide combination of small and large elasticated pockets and 2 mesh zipped pocket areas. It gives you a great range of places to store all your accessories.

The case folds up on itself, creating a smaller pouch which secures with an adjustable magnetic closure strap.

You can fit so many things inside its incredible. All my usual travelling accessories fit right in, and there’s even room for wall chargers too which is handy when you’re in a hotel that doesn’t have USB power on their sockets.

stm dapper wrapper packaging opened out with accessories

Main Features

  • Secure magnetic closure
  • Multiple pockets and storage compartments
  • Water and dirt repellent C6DWR coating applied to environmentally-friendly fabric

It measures H14.4cm x D26.0cm x W1.0cm

Video

Check out this quick video overview:

Summary

The STM Dapper Wrapper is a handy case for all your cables and accessories. Its sturdy and well made and really handy to throw in your bag safe in the knowledge you have your important accessories with you. The price is very affordable too – its great!

Hope you enjoyed my STM Dapper Wrapper Review – it can be bought directly from STM in the USA ($29.95) or from Amazon in the UK and Europe (£24.95)

Written By: Rob Gordon

This post was written by Rob Gordon, an IT geek, gadget lover and blogger. Rob has been using the internets since 1994 when the only streaming video was that coffee pot in Cambridge (rip).... Follow Rob on Twitter - @robgordon - about.me/robgordonuk