Sporting a fresh new look, this Pivot Power Strip bends and flexes to fit any sized plug or adapter without wasting a single outlet. Available in different colors this practical power strip is perfect for dorm rooms, office, or at home.
Behind the TV Organization Tutorial: Stop guessing which cord on your power strip goes with what: Save the plastic tags from loaves of supermarket bread, write the name of each device on a tag and clip it around the relevant cord.
JD Style/Organizing Ideas/Master your power strip Make sense of a row of identical-looking cords on a fully loaded power strip by using plastic bread-bag tags to label cables. Read more: Organizing Ideas - Home Organization Ideas - Redbook
Easiest DIY charger organizer and charging station! What you need: 1) Box with top and handle openings - We got ours from TJ MAXX for $7! 2) Power strip - This was bought over a year ago from the Dollar Tree for $1 (you could also use a USB hub to make this even more organized) All you have to do is plug in your chargers, lace through the handle openings, and plug power strip into an outlet! This may be the best $8 we've ever spent when it comes to organization!
If you’ve ever used a power strip or extension cord, you know that it can be a crazy game of Tetris with all those awkward shaped plugs! Designed with this problem in mind, the O’ket power strip makes it possible to combine and switch up your plug arrangements. The sockets are perfectly spaced to accommodate varying sizes and shapes. Place your plugs horizontally or vertically to make room for more!