Level Up Storage Solution Towers Above Others

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Posted on September 9, 2010, Shawn Sines Level Up Storage Solution Towers Above Others

Level Up understands one of the core problems gamers have. Game Systems take up a surprising amount of space and create a lot of clutter. We can never quite find the best way to store our games or accessories and displaying our consoles with the stereo receiver is just not showing it the respect it deserves.

To that end, the company introduced custom built Towers that allow players to combine all their favorite things in one attractive container. The Level Up Towers are built with each of the major console platforms in mind. Versions for Wii, 360 and PS3 are customized to best store the associated parts.

“The concept behind LevelUp is simple: gaming gear shouldn’t clutter the home,” said Jason , Lemelson, President of Level Up.  “Our line of affordable towers makes it easy for every day consumers to keep their accessories in a functional tower that looks cool in any entertainment or gaming environment.”

The only challenge is for those of us who own all three consoles. we’ll quickly run out of floor space with all these towers cluttering up our front rooms. I guess the best approach might be a hybrid one – put the Wii back in the footlocker where it gathers dust, leave the PS3 next to the receiver and promote the 360 to a place of honor in a tower.

One other nice feature standard on all the towers is the ability to also store Rock Band or Guitar Hero guitars in handy clips. Level Up has a master plan to get these towers into homes. When the products launch in October, you will be able to pick them up at Toys’r'Us, Bed Bath, & Beyond and JC Penny stores. Some versions will be exclusive to certain retailers. You can find details in the images in the gallery below. No pricing was initally available from the company’s website.

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