STACK is a modular power strip with LEGO brick style design

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stack-powerstrip

I think it’s a safe guess that you have several power strips in use at your home or office. How many of those power strips have the right amount of outlets? Of the ones I use, they have either too many outlets causing them to take up too much space, or not enough outlets, causing me to need more power strips. There has to be a solution to this admittedly first world problem. Well, guess what? There is and it’s the STACK Modular outlet surge protector. Available in 3, 4 or 6 outlet configurations, the STACK power strips feature individual color coded blocks (modules) that provide 3-prong power outlets, dual USB ports, and surge protected Ethernet ports. Prices range from $12.95 for a 3 outlet strip up to $29.95 for the 6 outlet strip. The USB charging module and Ethernet module have to be purchased separately for $19.95 and $9.95 respectively. I like the concept of this product, but not the price. Compared to buying a 2-pack of AmazonBasics 6 outlet power strips from Amazon for $9.37, the STACK strips are very spendy. It’s also not clear if 6 modules is the maximum or if more modules can be connected together. For more info head over to The Grommet.

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  • Andrew Baker October 12, 2016, 9:28 am

    These look very much how cubicles are connected, the connectors look identical to what our Cubicles use. But yeah way too pricey. They look sexy but I don’t see (current module list) anything very exciting about them.

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