Your Plug Problem – SolvedSeptember 1, 2016
How many devices do you use through out your work day?
While some people can conduct business with just a smartphone, others (like me!) sit in front of multiple screens at once. No matter how many devices and gadgets you personally use throughout the course of your work day, they most likely have one thing in common: The need for an electrical charge to juice them up.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by the fact that most electrical outlets can only serve two devices, you’re not alone. I use all five outlets on the four different extension cords that I own (three at home, one in my corporate office). In an attempt to tidy things up I invested in a power outlet upgrade, but I’ve been burned in the past.
For example, about a year ago I tried out a brand because it got a fancy write up in the Wall Street Journal, but I have to say I was sorely disappointed by the lack of devices that it can service (2 plus a USB) and it’s ability to stay put on the wall (It’s currently an eyesore on my floor).
Enter: a better solution to your plug problem! The PowerCube.
Unlike other extension cords that sprawl lifelessly on the ground taking up space, or that are “supposed to” stick like a magnet to your wall, this surge protector plugs right into your outlet allowing you to charge up to 6 devices instead of the traditional two.
This handy Rubik’s cube sized accessory is perfect for the device heavy, design conscious work space or home. For example, in my kitchen I have a Carbon Monoxide detector that blocks both outlets though it only uses one.
But with the PowerCube that same outlet now accommodates a phone charger, a laptop cord, a landline plug-in AND has room for 2 USB chargers in addition to the Carbon counter.
The unit is beautifully designed to be both functional and elegant – and has won the Red Dot award for product design.
It also comes in two sizes, one with more length, like a traditional extension cord, but with the same Rubik’s cube sized outlet plug. There are also several colors to choose from so you can coordinate with your office decor color palette.
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