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Socket Shelf is a small shelf with six electrical outlets and two USB ports attached, so you can use it to store and charge a variety of electronics. All you'll need to do is plug it into any existing electrical outlet and you'll have a docking station at your fingertips. This shelf is ideal for the bathroom, bedroom, or kitchen, and even the garage as it's sturdy enough to hold small tools. With it, you can keep cords and devices off the surface in front of you, thereby giving yourself more space.
The cost of Socket Shelf is $29.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Socket Shelf at the discounted price of only $5.99 for a total price of $41.97.
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To begin using this shelf, just plug it into any standard two-hole electrical outlet to dramatically increase the number of devices you can charge at once in the same space. Note that the shelf must be resting above the attached outlets and USB ports. If it's not, your device is upside-down and you won't be able to plug it in properly.
After your shelf is plugged in, begin plugging electronic devices into its six electrical outlets and two USB ports. The electrical outlet panels ( with three outlets on each ) can be turned 90 degrees to the side if that'll give you more space for wires and devices. Large devices such as tablets and tools can be placed on top of the shelf as they charge, which will save you space, too.
Each shelf is white, so yours will likely look good in your kitchen, your bathroom or any room in your house. Since the wires attached to most electronic devices are black, it won't be that difficult to separate these from the white shelf, either.
Every Socket Shelf comes already put together, so you'll simply be able to plug yours into an outlet without having to fumble with attaching pieces together first.
This shelf has a built-in surge protector so you won't need to worry about your electronics getting zapped and breaking down due to a sudden jolt of power.
Regardless of whether you're using your Socket Shelf near a workbench, kitchen counter, or bathroom sink, the shelf will help you keep the area in front of you clean. It'll come in especially handy if you have limited counter space or a pedestal sink in your bathroom with limited free space. By attaching all your electronic devices to your shelf and resting some things on top, you'll eliminate the need to shove wires and objects out of the way while cooking, shaving or doing something else.
If you're going off in an RV, to a cottage, or to a campsite with electricity, this shelf is the ideal device to bring along. It's fairly lightweight and compact, measuring about several inches across at its widest point, and will allow you to plug all your essential devices in as you do at home.
With each Socket Shelf, you'll also get a mini swivel socket which contains three electrical outlets that'll rotate 180 degrees upward or downward. As with the shelf, you'll be able to plug this socket into a standard electrical outlet, giving you even more outlets to plug your digital devices into.
When you're not using all the electrical outlets attached to your Socket Shelf ( or mini socket ), be sure to cover the unused ones with plastic protectors. This is especially important if you have children who might attempt to stick their fingers in the holes.
A power bar is a viable alternative to this shelf, but one of these must rest on a flat surface, so it won't save you counter space like the shelf. You also won't be able to change the position of its outlets, either.
If you frequently need to plug in a variety of digital devices or tools, another option is adding more electrical outlets to your home. However, unless you have specific skills, you'll likely need to hire ( and supervise ) an electrician while they do so.
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I will never buy from this company again. I was charged twice for my order. When I contacted the company, they told me that the second charge was an authorization, but both charges have been deducted from my checking account. They have no clue when the second charge will be refunded, they also told me they wouldn’t be responsible for any bounced check fees I might occur. My next call will be to my bank to dispute the charge and then to the Better Business Bureau!
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