That “Magical” Power Socket…

A whole bunch of people asked for this

If you’re not sure what I’m talking about – here’s what it’s about:

(it’s got absolutely nothing to do with titanium by the way)

I sent out an email the other day talking about this incredible new 1-to-6-way power-socket I found.

Well, a crazy thing happened:

One person actually knew exactly what I was talking about (and even went to far as to send me a photo of it …and flat-out state that he, also, bought a bunch of ’em!)

Not only that…

But I had a whole load of people ask me about this amazing-sounding (and, well, it really is amazing) power-socket thingy-ma-jig.

I thought I’d let you know as well – just in case you’re curious.

Although this isn’t the exact one (because my one uses New Zealand sockets) – here is is on Amazon (click here).

It’s simple and it’s clever.

 

You want some titanium news? Okey-dokey…

I just getting the pre-processing (this is the fancy-pants of way of saying “giving it a perfectly-smooth surface finish”) of the titanium done on the TiTweezers™ from the Kickstarter project.

Also, I’m still working on the titanium “pill boxes” I talked about in previous posts – and I’ll do an update soon on these.

 

  • Bob Lukach says:

    I had a feeling it was the Quirky Pivot Power strip when you had mentioned it earlier. I have many of their products and have even tested some for them. Quirky makes “invention accessible” to the masses. The really cool part is you can “influence” the product design, and get paid for it! They are a great company and, like you, really listen to people who have ideas for products. They have a lot of products all invented by people like you and me. Glad to see you like this product Magnus!

  • Joe w says:

    Interesting product and interesting company by the sounds of it!

  • Wendy says:

    So, who sells these in NZ?

    • I got them from Bunnings. Cheers.

      For everyone else…

      Bunnings here in New Zealand is identical to Home Depot in the USA …and B&Q in the UK …and I’m sure other countries have their equivalents. 🙂

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