PowerSquid Outlet Multiplier

PowerSquid Outlet Multiplier

I met the folks behind this at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas back when it came out. It won a bunch of prizes that year because...it is AWESOME! How nobody had come up with this earlier is beyond me. I can't live without mine.

  • Spiffy squid looking surge protector. Looks more interesting and appealing than my regular one.

  • Most of us electronics obsessed folks know that the everyday power strip just doesn't cut it. A typical 5-outlet strip might be able to accommodate two bulky power converters, so you end up needing three of them to connect your fi... Most of us electronics obsessed folks know that the everyday power strip just doesn't cut it. A typical 5-outlet strip might be able to accommodate two bulky power converters, so you end up needing three of them to connect your five devices. Definitely not a pretty picture. To solve this problem some brilliant person eliminated the actual strip and simply connected together five flexible outlets. Now your big square power converters can exist in peaceful harmony, all of them humming along in unison to the same lovely tune.

  • " Ever inadvertently unplug your clock radio instead of the lamp, because you couldn't tell one plug from the other in your power strip? Forget about color coding or plastic tags, ID PILOT Identification Labels to the rescue. Each... " Ever inadvertently unplug your clock radio instead of the lamp, because you couldn't tell one plug from the other in your power strip? Forget about color coding or plastic tags, ID PILOT Identification Labels to the rescue. Each label has a drawing of the device it powers. They’re easy-to-use, pliable vinyl and stick directly onto the plug it identifies. Labels come in three themes: "Office" contains 22 office computer labels & 10 office equipment labels; "Electronics" has 16 home computer labels, 16 audio/video equipment labels & 8 charger labels for wireless devices; "Household" has 8 kitchen basics labels, 8 gourmet kitchen labels, 24 household labels & 8 workshop labels"