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Handy Plug is an extension for an electrical outlet that you can use when you want to plug your cords in at a more convenient level. Once you plug it into an existing outlet, you'll be able to attach it to the wall up to six feet away from that outlet. You can move it above the existing outlet, so it's at eye or hand level, or to the right or left so it's not inconveniently located behind a piece of furniture. Besides containing standard holes for plugging in devices, the deluxe version of the Handy Plug also contains USB ports that you can use to charge your smart devices without taking up standard outlet space.
When you use the Handy Plug extension to plug in your electrical devices, you'll no longer need to frequently crawl under your desk or move pieces of furniture in order to do so. Your extension cords will be ready-at-hand and away from the floor, where they could be kicked by your feet or those of another person. While the Handy Plug is ideal for use with corded items that you plug in and unplug regularly, it's suitable for use with any item, in any room. It'll stick to virtually any wall with its sturdy adhesive backing, yet it won't cause any damage or leave sticky residue behind if removed.
The cost of Handy Plug is $12.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Handy Plug by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $26.97. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: tvstuffsale.com
To begin using your Handy Plug, plug it into any standard electrical outlet in your home.
Using the adhesive backing, stick your Handy Plug to the wall at the level you choose. You'll be able to remove it and move it later, if you like, without decreasing the backing's effectiveness.
The Handy Plug is white with two spots for plugging in items, like many standard outlets. Once one is attached to a wall, it will look just like a standard one.
You can charge your smartphone or tablet by using the USB ports found on one side of the deluxe version of this plug. That means that your electrical outlets and the USB ports on your computer will be free for you to use for other purposes.
Each Handy Plug has a six-foot cord, so you can attach the device to your wall up to six feet away from the outlet you've plugged it into.
After lab testing, this product has been deemed safe, so you won't need to worry about electrocuting yourself or otherwise causing yourself harm by using it.
Sometimes, it's hard to see the electrical outlets in a room if they're located behind or under objects, but if you hang one or more Handy Plugs at eye level, you'll see these quickly.
It can be tiring to have to crawl under or behind furniture, or even move a piece of furniture to plug an item in. Fortunately, you can use Handy Plugs to make plug-ins available in convenient places, so you'll no longer need to do these things.
While each Handy Plug attaches to a wall with adhesive, these devices will leave no sticky residue behind, nor will they cause any other damage to the wall when you choose to remove them.
If you're worried that your kids will stick their fingers in open electrical outlets, Handy Plugs can help solve this problem. You can leave things permanently plugged into your lower outlets that they can reach, while raising your Handy Plugs up to a higher level and keeping those for items that you frequently unplug.
If there are electrical cords on your floor, you or a member of your household may accidentally kick one with a foot, unintentionally unplugging an important device. When you use Handy Plugs, though, your cords can be kept off the floor, so you won't need to worry about losing work on your computer or missing valuable seconds of a favorite television show.
Power Bars sometimes look unattractive, and they often take up a great deal of space on a floor or desktop that could be used for other purposes. Plus, with so many cords plugged into one bar, it can be difficult to tell which is which. Besides looking more attractive than a power bar, each standard Handy Plug only has space for two cords, so it won't be as difficult for you to tell which cord is plugged in where.
You could attempt to rewire your home yourself in order to move your outlets, or call an electrician to do this. However, this is much more time-consuming than simply sticking one or more Handy Plugs to your wall( s ).
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