Globe 7732001 Home Appliance Six-Outlet Swivel Surge Tap

January 7, 2019 - Comment

Everyone needs a smart way to plug-in home electronics and Globe Electric’s Original Space Saving 6-Outlet Swivel Surge Protector Wall Adapter Tap is the answer to your needs! Two 90-degree rotating sides allows six items to be pluged in and then moved so your couch, chair or bed can sit right against the wall. Plus,

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Everyone needs a smart way to plug-in home electronics and Globe Electric’s Original Space Saving 6-Outlet Swivel Surge Protector Wall Adapter Tap is the answer to your needs! Two 90-degree rotating sides allows six items to be pluged in and then moved so your couch, chair or bed can sit right against the wall. Plus, you can make sure everything is potected against a power surge with the two indicator lights – a red light is on when everything is being surge protected and a green light is on when all items are grounded. This is a case where the red light is a good thing! Perfect to use with your computer, printer, smartphone, tablet, home theatre system, lamps and more, you’ll never need another tap.Designed for home theatres, this space-saving Globe surge protector features a compact swivel design that sits discreetly behind furniture and appliances. Rated for 2100 joules, which means it absorbs a high amount of energy, this safety device also provides 5Star protection. Two indicator display lights clearly alert you of the current power status and ongoing surge protection, so you can rest assured that your expensive home electronics are protected.

This surge protector comes with a limited connected equipment warranty covering up to $300,000.

Product Features

  • SPACE SAVING SWIVEL DESIGN: the space saving swivel design is ideal for indoor use, tidying up cords in your home and office, and helps your furniture sit flat against your wall
  • SURGE PROTECTED: protects up to 2100 joules – for use with larger electronics such as computers, printers, smartphones and tablets, and home theater systems
  • INDICATOR DISPLAY LIGHTS: two indicator display lights alert you of the current power status and ongoing surge protection
  • UL RATED WITH 5-STAR PROTECTION: UL rated w/ 5 star protection to ensure the safety of your electronics
  • WARRANTY: comes with 2-year surge protector warranty protecting up to $300, 000 on connected equipment
  • ✔ SWIVEL DESIGN: swivel design helps your puts cords in the right place easily
  • ✔ SURGE PROTECTED: Protects up to 2100 joules
  • ✔ INDICATOR DISPLAY LIGHTS: two indicator display lights alert you of the current power status and ongoing surge protection
  • ✔ UL RATED WITH 5 STAR PROTECTION: UL rated w/ 5 star protection to ensure the safety of your electronics
  • ✔ WARRANTY: comes with 2-year warranty protecting up to $300, 000 on connected equipment

Comments

Anonymous says:

A serious design flaw This wall outlet seemed like the perfect solution for my needs, but once I received it I quickly learned it was unusable for one very odd reason. The device plugs into both outlets in your wall, but only the bottom plug actually draws current while the top one is just made out of plastic and fits into the holes. The problem is, the “stems” (I have no idea what the technical term is) of that fake plug are shorter than normal plugs (see attached photo) which allows the device to tilt out…

Anonymous says:

Good plan- they saved 5 cents executing it. There are two sets of male prongs, one for each receptacle in a standard duplex receptacle. The “active” or live prongs are standard metal and the “fake” ones are made of the flimsiest plastic junk one could imagine. If the “dummy” prongs weren’t made of such cheap plastic, this product would be worthwhile. Upon pushing this into a standard receptacle, the plastic prongs immediately broke off without even entering the receptacle. This made the device flop down at a 30^…

Anonymous says:

Why this one I have a box full of similar 6-way multiple outlet boxes, what could possibly motivate me to buy another? Maybe it’s better? Let’s see. By the way, they call it a “tap” so that’s what I will call it here.This tap is intended to plug in to an existing standard duplex wall outlet with a typical plate cover or a decora plate cover. Unlike some similar taps it does not have to be attached to the outlet box. Its target market is for place where it is difficult or impossible to use a…

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