The Extension Box by Jins Alex Swivels Out to a Selection of Sockets

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jul 7, 2012 • References: tuvie
The Extension Box by Jins Alex solves a common office problem: insufficient sockets for the many electronics that cover one's desk. Most power bars are an inefficient use of space and material and often offer only a handful of hookups for one person's workstation. They pale in comparison to this supercharged tower of 16 available plugs.

The designer conceived this contraption using a compact layering technique, because nobody wants these sorts of gadgets to take up too much space. The puck-shaped units are stacked upon one another with no gaps in between, allowing the appliance to be tucked tightly into a tower when few sockets are required. However, to expose each of them, the Extension Box by Jins Alex can be spread open from its slender spine. Stats for Pivotting Disk Power Strips Trending: Older & Mild
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