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Woodford Design
"Limitless" is a grand claim, I'll give you that. However you can still charge the iPad whilst it is in the FridgePad, we even do an extra long cable to route to where your fridge is plugged in. I find a charge once every 1 to 2 weeks is enough.
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catnmouss
Suzanneb116, great idea , love it tried it just now! I used to keep all my recipes under my notes, then have to scroll through to find what I'm looking for. I just copy and paste a recipe , sp easy. Thank you
   
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Jessica Page of NVS Remodeling & Design
if you are remodeling this is a great way to plan in you iPad ...complete with a holder and easy reach plug to charge it...

hopefully that link works...it's to legrand adorne series- (youtube video is about the tablet cradle) their under cabinet lighting track is modular and the pieces can be moved around the kitchen.

https://www.legrand.us/adorne/select/under-cabinet-lighting-power/aatctm4.aspx#.VS-hbZ_D_qA

this is legrand website for the product and where j found the video.

Only down side: you need their under cabinet lighting system for this attachment....which is why I initially said -if remodeling this is a great solution to plan in an iPad into the kitchen
   

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