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October 24, 2010

Dual Outlet Liberator


Lately I've been reading more and more laments from road warriors at wit's end trying to find an available socket in an airport to charge their phone or computer's dying battery.

Though I've featured an item like this before, it appears time for a reprise now that more and more people are chasing the same limited number of outlets.

From the website:



Tired of cords sticking straight out from the wall?

The Power Strip Liberator® Hug-A-Plug® fits into a regular wall outlet and provides two outlets that let the attached cords run flush to the wall.

The compact design works really well behind cabinets, desks and appliances.



Two for $9.89.

You'll thank me, wait and see.


Note added at 5:22 p.m. today: You'll thank Joe Peach, not me, for sending a link to one that lets three people at a time plug in — for half the price ($2.49).


Right here.

October 24, 2010 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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Harbor Freight has a 3 (yes it does stick out in the middle for about a 1/2 inch

over this one) for $2.49.

HF is often bad mouthed by biased/opinionated blowhards,

I find it amazing for selection and bargain.


Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 24, 2010 5:18:09 PM

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