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Don’t you hate it when you go to use an power strip, but you can’t because other plugs are blocking the outlet? It would be nice if all plugs were the same size but they aren’t. There are big ones, small ones, regular ones, odd shape, ones that are weird just for the fun of it. With all the electronics (cell phones, tablets, computers, ect.) my husband, kids, and I have it’s a rarity that we actually can fill every slot of a power strip because of the different sized plugs. Thankfully Solid Cordz Extension Cords are the perfect solution.
Solid Cordz Extension Cords all have the same exact size plug so fitting them on a power strip is super easy. Got a huge plug that you don’t want to mess up the fit of the other outlets? Each Solid Cordz Extension Cord is just that an extension cord. On the 1 foot extension there is an outlet on each end of the Solid Cordz so you can plug up whatever sized plug without blocking other outlets. Love this! It’s great not having to waste an outlet anymore.
These extension cords also great because they add a foot of length to short cords. Tablet cords never seem to be long for this family. Big Bug is constantly draining their battery resulting to having to sit right next to an outlet. He always ends up popping the charger out of it’s port because there isn’t enough length on the cord (and he can’t sit still). The foot extension of Solid Cordz helps tremendously.
A pack of 5 one foot long Solid Cordz can be purchased on Amazon for $17.99. They also have 10 feet long Solid Cordz if you need to add more length!
Do power strips drive you crazy?
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Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.