OUTlet Pop Out Wall Plug

Jan 27, 2016

Category: Tech

We’ve all come across this problem before: never having enough outlets to plug your devices into. But big, bulky adapters that add more plugs to a single outlet are unsightly. Now, the OUTlet Pop Out Wall Plug sets out to change all of that.

It’s a new outlet replacement that lets you double the number of outlets of a single plug with the release of a spring, and then hide the extension out of site when you’re not using it. So instead of having a bulky adapter, you have something that doesn’t take up any more space than a standard wall outlet. The adapter has numerous possibilities, since it can be installed in a variety of different orientations. What’s more, the outlet will likely come with two USB slots (one on each face) if it reaches the stretch goal on Kickstarter, where it’s now available for the backing starting at $28. [Purchase]

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