The 'Bone' Flexible Extension Cord Imitates a Spine for Versatility

By: Alexander Lam - Published: Aug 28, 2013 • References: & yankodesign
A flexible extension cord called 'Bone' by designer Jeongbeom Han imitates a spine in order to let you charge your gadgets in any formation. The quirky power bar swivels and rotates so that you have as much choice as possible. Each individual prong socket can rotate individually. As a result, it doesn't matter what shape your plug is since you can maneuver the power bar itself. All you have to do is rotate two of the prongs in the direction you want and then plug your device in.

Bone features 10 dual-sided sockets so that you can plug 10 of your gadgets in. Each socket is able to rotate by 45 degrees so you can configure the extension cord in any configuration. Stats for Skeletal Power Cords Trending: Older & Average
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