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May 31, 2012

PlugBook Powerstrip

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Netherlands-based Dave Hakkens is back (his creations appeared here previously).

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with a Kickstarter project called the PlugBook.

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He wrote, "My goal was to create a little extension cord/multiple socket for small in-house jobs. Like charging your laptop, drilling a hole, connecting a lamp etc."

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"I wanted it to be just there in the middle of your living room without being obstructive and with a good working cable. If you need it you know where it is and you can just grab it."

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"The plugbook is made in the shape of a book which hides itself between your other books. When you need it, just take it out and pull the cord. Simple as that! Inside the book is 10 feet/3 meter of cable. When you don’t need it anymore you press the button and the cord automatically rewinds. Just put it back on the bookshelf ready to go for next time."

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As of last night he'd raised $19,369 of the $45,000 necessary to proceed with production, with 24 days remaining in the Kickstarter campaign. 

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$25.

May 31, 2012 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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Just pledged! Excited for my first Kickstarter experience. Being a fan of a certain design blog from the Netherlands (not naming so as to not link spam you), I really love all things white. That person's blog recently bought a white garden hose! =D

Posted by: Amy R | Jun 1, 2012 2:51:44 AM

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