I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand the standard power strip. First of all, most are ugly. Second, with the plug size variations of today’s gadgets, the standard power strip won’t let you use all the sockets because they are just to big. The Socket Sense Expandable Power Strip brings an attractive answer to this common problem. Simply expand (18 inches) or contract (13 inches) the movable sockets to adjust for the best fit. Socket Sense can do the job of two ordinary surge strips!



  • 6 adjustable sockets
  • 2160 Joules of surge protection
  • Surge and ground LEDs
  • Cable management channels
  • 6 foot power cord
  • Metal Oxide varistor components
  • Power switch with 15A reset breaker
  • Keyholes for wall mounting
  • Rating: 125V, 15A, 60Hz
  • Dimensions: 2.25″ x 2.25″ x 13″ (expands to 18″)

Find your Expandable Power Strip here: Socket Sense Expanding 6 Outlet Surge Protector

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One Response to “Socket Sense Expandable Power Strip”
  1. Spuffler says:

    “Keyholes for wall mounting”: You’d better make sure you expand this thing fully, before mounting it to the wall.

    We need all this just to avoid inconveniencing some Electrical Engineers by telling those EEs to put the brick portion on a $5 power cord.

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