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DIY Video Game Controllers Storage Rack – Pallet Wood Project




We designed and built this display stand for a number of different video games controllers that we own. We wanted to make sure that we could also hide all of the wires to give this piece a really clean look. We also added a light up LED box to the top of the rack to display the Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo logos. We hope you enjoy our first YouTube video! We’d love to hear your feedback.

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  • I’ve watched all of your videos! I love them!


  • like a mi comentario por ninguna razon


  • "DIY"
    Step 1: get a whole workshop with all the tools in a hardware store.


  • This is such a beautiful clean design. I love it! Now if only I could buy one just the same..


  • Sell me one!


  • Brothers Make
    Could the light be increased with foil or some mirrored material inside the box?


  • Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. Cheers from South Texas.


  • Respect for not adding an extra second.


  • Would you ever make one to sell? I'm intrested.


  • Inspirational, keep up the good work guys!


  • Is there a site to order?


  • Great job


  • Omg the detail on this is cool and greatly appreciated. I can tell you put a lot of thought into the build. Do you have an estimate for how many hours this project took?
    I’d be curious to know if this is your personal shop. I’m impressed at your array of tools. Are you professionals? I’d like to get into woodworking but presently have more experience with metalwork and simple builds for the stage


  • Looks classy and practical 👍😀 awesome job guys

    Subbed 👍


  • OMG this is awesome..yous hould sell these. I can build it…I am just lazy right now lol. Ehh well I can't make the holders… 🙁


  • Nice.


  • Where did you guys get the logos from? I want to make that as well 🙂


  • Awesome job guys!


  • This is your first video?? Love the idea and video seems too good to be a first one! Subbed, looking forward to seeing more of your projects 👍


  • that's really excellent, very well shot and edited too, not a dull moment!
    Inspiring, I'm gonna make my own display of controllers, maybe one long shelf


  • Great video, enjoyed the step by step. It’s the idea that is inspired though!


  • Man this is awesome. Need to get on making something like this for our entertainment area. Too many different consoles and too many controllers just in bins. Thanks for sharing guys! Nice edit too! (-Heidi)


  • Looks awesome guys. Keep up the content


  • Fantastic guys I watched all three videos can’t wait for the next. Awesome work guys.👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👊🏼


  • Let's see more. Love the channel. Great video fellas.


  • Looking forward to more videos


  • Nice way to store and show off those controllers!


  • Killer video boys. 👊👊👊


  • What? Such a great video guys! You pulled off a really great voiceover! Also you managed to keep the video quite chill to watch and not miss any step it took you to build this nice rack! 🙂 Thanks a lot for sharing! 🙂


  • Awesome guys! – must be bloody good if jimmydiresta subbed to you.


  • Nicely done gents! That turned out absolutely gorgeous. Let me know if your N64 analogue sticks get loose, there's a nice little method for rehabilitating them.


  • that was awesome!!!! Jobs a good'un


  • Brilliant! Great Video! I liked the bit at the start, intro. Its good that you talked to the camera


  • Great video! I wouldn't change a thing!


  • Great build and amazing production values for your fist video. Im expecting great things. Nice looking shop you have.


  • Love the build and the video guys, great job.
    I have a challenge for you, display for Commodore C64 joysticks 😉


  • Superstars


  • great job ! Well narrated and clear steps on the build! That turned out really cool looking. Looking forward to the next project!


  • Can't believe that this is your first proper video! Great project and audio sounded perfect! Keep it up guys!