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02. 12. 2008

Socket Sense: "Adjustable surge strip to fit your adapters


If you have a lot of bulky adapters, a single power strip is usually not enough, even if it has a sufficient number of sockets. They vie for space, and something usually has to go. This clever yet simple idea called Socket Sense from Ideative solves this problem by making the sockets adjustable and set at an angle so that you can stack your adapters for a perfect fit (though there may, of course, be exceptions if you've got one that's truly ginormous). The surge strip with 6-foot power cord sells for $40 at Ideative.

Via Smart Stuff.

Posted by Hoyun    Category: accessories | home
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awesome!! i can't believe it took so long for someone to invent this.

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