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You may be trying to stop pesky house-guests from charging their phones in your lounge, or just want a couple of secret sockets squirrelled away for yourself - either way, this Stekkerboek power board hides away in bookcases, disguised as a tome. Just don't let your guests start browsing your library, and those sockets should be all yours.
From the designer of the Xbox 360 and Kinect, to the TikTok and LunaTik iPad nano watches, comes a very minimal powerboard that doubles up as a pencil holder. Taking the storage compartment off reveals six sockets for plugging into - along with a power switch. The Power Pod is available now for $US99 at Coalesse.
We know that every country has its own plug, and that isn't going to change anytime soon. But this spinning outlet is a pretty elegant solution to that problem.
Traditional power strips are not the most ideal way to conserve space and keep things orderly. This Swivel Socket design tries to overcome that problem with six outlets that can rotate 90 degrees.
I hope you guys drink your milk because strong bones are essential if you want to use this 21-piece finger socket set. Outside of the potential for compound fractures, this idea is actually quite ingenious. The concept has probably been around for a while in various forms, but for any tinkerer that gets frustrated with manoeuvring tools into tight spaces, having a socket attached to your finger could prove invaluable—although it seems like you would never have proper leverage. Available for $US20.