Pickup Power

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The team at Quirky is constantly looking for ways to improve our daily lives, and their modern take on the classic surge protector does just that. Pickup Power is the first surge protector with a built-in portable battery.

Like the current power strip running behind the back of your work desk, Pickup Power is equipped with three AC outlets and 1080 joules of surge protection to charge your gadgets. Where the device stands out though is the ingenious portable battery pack built right into the unit. Available in your choice of either a 4000 or 6000 mAH battery, this portable pack is perfect for charging everything from tablets and e-readers to phones and cameras on the go. It also comes in your choice of either black or white, to help blend with your work environment more seamlessly. [Purchase]

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