Power Tower is a device that contains six ordinary three-pronged electrical outlets and four USB ports. This device, which has a base that will rest on nearly any flat surface, has been designed to enable you to charge up to 10 digital devices at once. Each black-and-white device also has an expandable seven-foot extension cord that will retract back into the base when you're not using it. The Power Tower has a vertical design that's meant to accommodate plugs of various sizes and shapes.
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To get started with this charging station, place its base on a flat surface of your choice, like a table or floor.
Once your device is resting on a flat surface, pull its extension cord out of the base and plug it into any standard wall outlet. Since each cord is seven feet long, you'll likely be able to choose between various wall outlets without having to move your Power Tower to an inconvenient resting place.
Next, activate your device's smart charging system by pressing the two small black buttons on the front. This will help your Power Tower charge your digital devices as quickly as possible without putting stress on their batteries.
After the smart charging system has been activated, you'll be ready to plug between one and 10 digital devices, such as phones or tablets, into your charging tower. Of course, you must select an appropriate space for each one, depending on whether it needs to be plugged into a standard three-pronged outlet or a USB port. Due to your charging tower's shape, you'll likely be able to fit 10 plug-ins of various shapes and sizes into the tower's outlets and ports without having the plug-ins bump against each other.
When your Power Tower is plugged into electricity, and the smart charging system is on, the system will immediately detect each digital device that's plugged into an outlet or port. Following that, it'll immediately begin charging the device at an optimum speed, without creating stress for the device's battery that might shorten its life. Even if you've got 10 devices plugged into your tower, they'll likely all end up being charged more quickly than they would be if they were plugged into a computer's USB port or a wall.
Every one of these charging towers has a 360-degree swivel design, so you won't have to reach far to the side or behind the tower in order to plug in or retrieve any digital devices. Instead, you'll be able to turn your tower on its base until the digital device, outlet or port you need is positioned directly in front of you.
The Power Tower has a handle on top that you can use to carry it from place to place in your home. This handle also has an important function when it comes to each tower's extendable extension cord. When you want to retract the cord, simply turn the handle to the left and it'll begin to disappear back into the base. At some point, you may want to retract it just partially to save some space, when extending it to its full length isn't necessary.
Each of these charging towers is equipped with a surge protector that will help prevent the devices that are plugged into it from being damaged by an unexpected power surge. This will come in especially handy during power outages when the power may randomly shut off and start back up again.
As opposed to being brightly colored, each charging tower is black and white. That means each one will not only match most of your digital devices, as these tend to come in black, white, or grey, but it'll also be unlikely to clash with your home's decor.
If you hate crawling on the floor to reach your power bar or the wall outlets under a table or desk, you may be done with that once you start using a Power Tower. Although the most popular place to use this charging tower may be the home, it's also suitable for use in an office setting, and it'll keep you off the floor, regardless. No matter your location, you'll be able to set your tower on top of a desk or table and reach it there, instead of getting on your hands and knees or even bending over.
College dorm rooms, along with small apartments, are notorious for not having many wall outlets. If you bring a Power Tower along with you to one of these places, though, you'll have six outlets on top of the ones that are provided. You'll also have four extra USB ports, which will be useful if your personal computer doesn't have many. For most students or young professionals, this should be a large enough number of outlets and ports to enable one to charge at least most of their digital devices simultaneously.
Your home's garage is another place in which it's an ideal choice to use the Power Tower. You'll be able to plug multiple power tools into the tower's three-pronged outlets, and you may want to plug a phone or tablet into one of its USB ports at the same time. If you've got a toolshed or basement workshop in which you can access electricity, you'll also be able to do the same thing in there.
There's no way that this type of charging tower can be powered by batteries, so you'll need an electrical source of power (and one available wall outlet) in order to be able to use it. As a result, if you're at a campsite or cottage without electricity, your tower won't be able to charge your digital devices. Furthermore, while you can keep one of these towers plugged in while your power's out at your home or office, without risking damage to your devices, charging will stop while the power's out.
If you've got children in your home on a regular basis, you'll need to child-proof your Power Tower in the same way you would any regular wall outlet. Be sure to obtain some plastic outlet protectors and plug them into any of the tower's three-pronged outlets that aren't being used. While USB ports don't come with quite as much risk, it's a good idea to put a piece of tape over any unused port so a child can't stick anything inappropriate inside.
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