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October 30, 2007

Mutant Y-Adapter


Sometimes when you come to a fork in the road, neither option is particularly appealing.

That's the philosophy behind this latest illustration of the mutagenic properties of electricity.

We've seen similar things before but each time it occurs in a new form it's worth reporting.

Without further ado, then, from the website:

    Three-Way Y-Adapter

    This simple adapter splits the power from a single outlet.

    Usable at the end of an extension cord or directly in a wall socket, it is rated to 15 amps (125 volts and 1875 watts) and has a heavy-duty 12-gauge cord.

    About 24" long overall, it has a UV-stable, abrasion-resistant sheathing that remains flexible in cold weather.

    A great method for connecting a cordless tool transformer and powering corded tools simultaneously.

    UL/CUL approved and suitable for use indoors or out.




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The Power Squid is a similar device for around the same price, but offers 5 ports instead of 3. You can get them here: http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/travelpower/77e6/

Posted by: Tommy | Oct 30, 2007 8:29:35 PM

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