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Surge Protector with 6 Flexible Extension Cords Allows for Maximum Use of Electrical Outlets

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Surge protectors and power strips power numerous electric and electronic devices from a single location which is especially handy for home theaters and computer workstations. But so many of these components use bulky AC adapters that block more than one outlet on a power strip, diminishing their convenience. Get the maximum use of your electrical outlets with the Calamari Edition PowerSquid Surge Protector which plugs into a single grounded outlet but lets you plug 6 of even the bulkiest adapters into its flexible arms.

The 6 Outlet Calamari Edition PowerSquid Surge Protector has a 6 foot heavy duty power cord that can rotate 360° for added plug-in convenience. It offers 2,520 joules of surge protection with a maximum surge voltage of 6,000 volts. The Calamari Edition PowerSquid is UL 1449 3rd edition and UL 1363 3rd edition certified. It has a maximum power rating of 120 volts, 50/60 hertz, 15 amperes, 1,800 watts and will also protect coax cable and single or two line phones. Read More

  • 6 flexible outlets
  • Surge protection of 2,520 joules
  • Heavy duty 6 foot power cord
  • 360° rotating flat plug head
  • Phone line and coax cable protection
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