Modern electrical outlets and creative power strips from all over the world.
Creative phone-pocket for your electrical outlet.
Hang On Outlet
It is a basic power outlet with a little extra lip to hold on to your lose plugs, keeping your power management neat and tidy.
What use is an electrical plug when you’re not plugged in? Two simple tabs on the ends of a standard cover plate increase its function.
Hidden Wall Safe Electrical Outlet
These unique wall safes allow you to hide valuables inside one of many identical looking wall outlets you already have in your home, the last place someone is likely to look.
Electrical “power pod” made of thermoplastic rubber and with four plug outlets is the first in a series of Artecnica products called Wiremore, which will make electrical cables more, rather than less, visible.
Swivel sockets rotate 90 degrees for compact use in tight spaces.
Donut Power Strip
Each outlet can spin inside its socket for the best fit. The donut shape also helps to keep cabling and critical power supplies organized.
E-Rope Power Strip
Power strip that allows users to add or subtract sockets as needed.
The Picket Fence adapts to older homes and cleanly manages the electrical necessities of the occupants.
E-Ball Multiplug Connector
Modern power strip concept by MASHALLAH.DESIGN.
Plug with a Hole Concept
Pulling out a plug is not a hard work, but it is not always an easy task. Therefore, you need a better solution. This plug comes with a circular cut-out which can help you pull it out easily.
360 Electrical Outlet
360 Electrical is an electrical outlet plate where the two sockets spin 360 degrees to help manage bulky plugs.
Socket Deer Outlet Cover
These electrical outlet covers let you put your mobile phone on the wall as it recharges.
Power Aware Cord
Electrical power strip in which the cord is designed to visualize the energy rather than hiding it. The current use of electricity is represented through glowing pulses, flow, and intensity of light.
Rozetkus Power Strip
Power strip that gives you free choice of which way to plug.
Electroman Surge Protector
Here he comes to save the day – especially if you have more plugs than outlets.