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Extension Cord Has Plugs All Along Its Length: "Instead of just having power outputs on one end of an extension cord, designer Wilson Song placed them all along the cord itself."
WirePod Extension Cord: "Artecnica made Wire Pod with the intention of transforming power cords and wires from concealed, and passive objects to visible and active elements that are both functional and artistic."
Recoiling Socket In The Wall: Its best suited for electronics like vacuum cleaners, hair driers etc., where one doesn't need extension cords on a full-time basis. It has 1.5 meters cord that unfurls from its socket and when you are done with it; just give the wire a gentle pull and it's neatly tucked away.
Wind Up Socket: It has a timer to it which allows you to set the duration and once the time's up, the electricity supply to that socket gets cut off.
Coil Lamp: Designer Craigton Berman's coil lamp uses extension cord for power and looks; the concept is simple and elegant. "The Coil Lamp is simply a table lamp made from a 100-foot orange extension cord, wrapped around an acrylic frame."
Post Line Extension Cord: No one likes to have wires all over the floor, but when you use a conventional extension cord much can't be done. But with 'Post Line' you can change that; you can stick it flat to the floor or the wall and it looks elegant too.
Energy Saving Adapters: These are smart and good looking; when a connected device goes into "standby" mode, the adapters detect this, the lights alert the user, and if someone doesn't respond within 3 minutes, the module automatically shuts down.
Multi-Tab Powerstrip: It gives the user the flexibility of configuring the powerstrip with as many or as few outlets required. The unwanted tabs and sockets easily detach or when required more tabs and sockets can be attached too. Apart from this the tab features pictures of the devices making it much easier when trying to disconnect one or more appliances.
Eject Powerstrip: With this one you don't need to bend down in order to unplug the device, all you need to do is press the pedal and it unplugs the device.
Flexible Power Outlet System: With this one you can plug in anywhere you want to.
Electrici-Tree: Creation of London-based designer Vahakn Matossian, its a rubber extension cord shaped from an actual tree branch and you can string them together to make an electrical vine along your wall.
Power Bridge: It eliminates the need to hide wires as it has plug sockets beneath the bridge for better plug management.
Donut Powerstrip: "Each outlet can spin inside its socket for the best fit. The donut shape also helps to keep cabling organized."
E-Rope Powerstrip: This modular powerstrip enables users to add or subtract sockets as needed and the best part is by simple turnhing the socket section 90 degrees you can shut off the flow of power.
Rozetkus Powerstrip: 25 sockets in this one gives you ample choice to plug in.
E-Ball Multiplug Connector: A modern powerstrip concept by Mashallahdesign.
Multiple Outlet Man: If you have more plugs than outlets, 'Multiple Outlet Man', has got you covered, it has room to connect up to four adapters simultaneously.
Movable Power: It allows the users to move the powerstrip to any shape and place it where they need it.
Swivel Socket: In this one the sockets rotate 180 degrees giving you a variety of combinations to fit the plugs and adapters. Apart from this it has dials on the front that allows you to select an icon to represent what you have plugged in, making it easy while unplugging a specific device.
Conceal Power Design: It organizes your cables and keeps them out of view with a unique closing cover.
Power-Aware Cord: It gives you a visual representation of how much energy you're using.
Trush In Extension Cord: It neatly hides all the wires in a fabric container, giving a clean look to your place.
Eleclip Extension Cord: It's designed to help you work in high places with electric equipment and it can be fastened to your jeans for the ease of use and convenience.
Expandable Powerstrip: It expands (18 inches) and contracts (13 inches) the movable sockets to adjust for the best fit.
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