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PowerPost powerstrip puts outlets where you need them

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

This is a great idea. Our desk is the where we need more outlets. That’s where all the work happens. So it makes sense to free up one leg from your desk and make it a powerstrip.

The concept couldn’t be simpler. One table leg is turned into an outlet strip. As long as you tuck all of your wires away safely, I don’t see a problem. Of course if you don’t, this could be an injury waiting to happen.

Cubic Switchplates give your outlets some extra dimension

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on April 9th, 2009

Cubic Switchplates give your outlets some extra dimensionWe all know how boring outlets and switches can be. It’s high time they got a facelift. You can do just that with these Cubic Switchplates. They make your outlets look cool and immediately level up any room.

The switch plates replace your regular boring ones. The only difference is that they have a little bit of extra material on the outside which creates the optical illusion of your outlets being in 3D. That’s the third dimension to you and me. No glasses required. No fancy hologram trickery.

ezSpace Wall Mount UFO: 2 outlets become 6

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

ezSpace Wall Mount UFO: 2 outlets become 6Remember the E-ball power strip for D & D fans? This is like that only cooler. This ezSpace UFO power strip will abduct 2 of your outlets and give you 6 in return. This UFO offers surge protection, not scorn from non-believers or even anal probe rash. It’s actually useful.

While we wouldn’t mind seeing it in more colors, we like it. And it’s only $29. Though I imagine it ceases looking like a UFO once 6 plugs are inserted. Still it’s perfect for those out of sight places where every device converges in a tangled mess.