Geek Daily Deals June 24 2020: 12 Outlet Power Strip With 4 USB Ports for $23
Still working at home? Get all the power you need for all your home office devices with this 12-port power strip, for $23 today!
Power Strip,Witeem Surge Protector with 12-Outlet (1875W/15A,2100 Joules) and 4 USB Charging Ports (5V/6A,30W),6Ft Extension Cord,Wall Mountable Overload Protection Outlet for Home & Office, Black:
➤ Power for All – 1875W/15A heavy duty design with 12 outlets/sockets in one powerstrip which allow you charge multi devices at the same time, suitable for most phones, tablets and other appliance. Note: Safety shutters have been designed to avoid that children and thoughtless adults put other objects that plugs into sockets. If you feel hard to plug in the socket, you could try to apply more force.
➤ Fast USB Charging Ports – Build in smart charging technology, the USB ports will detect your devices automatically and deliver the fastest charge speed up to 2.4A ( 5V/2.4 Max Each Port), 4 USB ports (Total 6A/30W) can charge almost any USB device.
➤ All-Round Protected – Witeem 2100 Joules Surge protector with overload protection protects against spikes and fluctuations, fire-retardant casing which is able to stand temperature up to 1382℉(750℃), and an internal safety shutter ensure peace of mind for you and your family. ETL Listed and FCC Certificated.
➤ Safe& Mountable – 6 ft pure copper heavy duty UL listed power cord andintegral copper bar improve product conductivity, durability and reduces heat build up. And mounting holes easily secure the surge protector to walls,baseboards, or furniture. Dimensions: 11.6 x 4.1 x 1.2 inch
➤ What You Get – Witeem Surge Protector Power Strip with our friendly customer service will respond to you within 24 hours!
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