No matter how many outlets your power strip might claim to have, it doesn’t really matter because you never actually have that many. Large adapters never fit the way we’d like them to, and even if we’re lucky enough to be able to use all of the outlets, the power switch ends up getting covered.
The Pivot Power, a 2012 reddot design award winner, is an adjustable power strip that allows you to use every outlet, regardless of the shape and size of the cords that are being plugged in. The strip has six feet of cord with a flat head plug, a flexible shape that can be wrapped around furniture, and 672 Joules of surge protection.
Designed by Jake Zien with help from the Quirky community.
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