Outlet Management: 3 Space Saving Socket Chargers

Outlet Management: 3 Space Saving Socket Chargers

Vivian Kim
Oct 7, 2011

In order to power our many electronic devices, we need somewhere to plug them all in. Most of us use power strips to get the most out of a good old wall socket, but there are other ways to make powering your devices just a bit smarter. Here are a few accessories that will help you get more use out of your boring wall socket.

Bluelounge MiniDock - The MiniDock is a minimal charging dock that attaches to your iPhone/iPod charger. It eliminates the need to carry a cable around while adding a standing dock. The MiniDock is perfect for travel and in the home it's perfect for the kitchen or wherever you have outlets that are above floor level. It's also compatible with most cases.

Flipit! Plug-Less USB Charger - When traveling, sockets in hotels, airplanes and airports are hard to come by--when finally find one they're usually already being used. With the Flipit! Plug-Less USB Charger you can slip this right in between whatever is already plugged in, without blocking any ports. If someone at the airport is using a socket, you can use the same one at the same time with the Flipit.

Belkin Conserve Socket Power Timer - This cute little socket accessory from Belkin has a timer that automatically shuts off power, saving energy and reducing your electric bill. The timer switch allows you to turn off electronics from time intervals of 30 minutes, 3 hours or 6 hours. The refreshing pop of neon green along the back makes the Socket Power Timer as fun as it is functional.

Belkin Conserve Power Switch - Like the Belkin Socket Power Timer, the Conserve Power Switch is all about saving energy. It has a nifty on/off switch along the side so you can easily turn off your electronics or appliances when they're not in use. The Power Switch is slim and won't block your other unused outlet.

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