Orange Ball Spews Out a Power Cord; Solves a First World Problem

Product Title (In box)

  • Winds in fast and slows down to prevent whipping action that can cause injury or damage
  • Operate free standing, on a bench, or mounted on a wall with an optional mounting bracket
  • Three outlet receptacle ball with LED indicator lights, power on/off button, and retract switch
  • Rewind button on top of unit and at end of extension cord
  • Made with high impact designer plastics

From the company Great Stuff, comes…well…something great! The RoboReel Power Cord System is a device suited for today’s modern conveniences. Nothing is quite as agenizing as having to reel up a dirty and twisted up power extension cable after having worked on your project. Your forehead all sweaty, hands all sore and dirty. In a semi-perfect world, that cable would wind itself up. Well, guess what? That’s what the RoboReel Power Cord System is here to do. Contained within this tiny orange ball is a 50 foot, 12 gauge extension cord that will automatically wind itself up thanks to the built in motor. A simple push of a button on top of the orange ball will automatically retract the cable, winding it up perfectly every time. There is also a button on top of the cable-end that when pressed will cause the cable to retract or even shut off the power throughout the extension. This device is chock-full of features like the ability to shut off if the extension cord is cut in half, it spins 360° allowing you to effortlessly pull the cord. It slows down at the last moment of cable retraction so it won’t go whipping around breaking things. This precursor to R2D2 has three power plugs and can attach to a wall, bench, work truck, or even a ceiling with the ceiling mounted version. The RobotReel is for the person who thinks they have everything or for those who really want something that’s fully functional and feature rich. Read More

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