The traditional, 6-socket surge protector is a ubiquitous product in American homes.
It also happens to be rife with design flaws, the most glaring of which is the socket layout.
Traditional surge protectors are built for skinny-plugged devices only. Few of today’s electronics are “skinny plug”.
The Socket Sense Expandable Surge Protector corrects the flaw.
The Socket Sense matches form and function. It features 6 angled, expandable sockets that make room for even the biggest and boxiest plugs. Its casing stretches from 13 to 18 inches, as needed, and has a slim, fit-anywhere design.
By providing for 6 input devices, the Socket Surge does the job of two traditional surge protectors. You can buy Socket Surge at most hardware stores and on Amazon.com, too.
The device retails for about $25.