Prop Power Pro Wrap-Around Extension Cord

Jun 19, 2014

Category: Tech

As the legendary group Snap! once proudly proclaimed, “I’ve got the power.” Fortunately they only had it for about a week, then the rest of the world wrestled it from them. But what if we need that power up a ladder or around a table leg? That’s when things start getting kinda hectic.

Prop Power Pro is a 9-foot wrap-around extension cord with three outlets that gives power-seekers a convenient way to get their juice. Twist it here, bend it there; the flexible gooseneck design offers a level of reach and versatility that’s almost Daniel Day-Lewis-esque. The Prop Power Pro is the invention of one Jacob Riesgaard, who we’re pretty sure doesn’t use it to listen to Snap! [Purchase]

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