The Addtam all-in-one desktop power strip makes an extremely versatile addition to any home office. And, right now, it’s available to purchase via Amazon with a nice 25% discount applied.

If you only happen to have one outlet available in your office but you have a lot of different devices that often need power at the same time, then this could be the perfect product. This extremely small power strip has 3 outlets that are designed to be fed from one wall outlet and to provide power, versatility, and protection for your electrical devices.

It comes with a total of 3 AC outlets as well as 3 USB ports that are designed to give additional versatility to power things like smaller mobile devices, gaming systems, or tablets. The USB ports offer high-speed USB charging for compatible devices with the product itself having a large 15A rated current. It also comes with an improved 5-feet long cord that means it can be used in a lot more places.

As with most products of this nature on the market, the Addtam all-in-one also comes with a multi protect safety system built directly into it. It offers protection against short circuits, over-heating, over-charging, and against devices receiving more than their allowed current. Owners will also benefit from the ability to wall mount this hardware if they are going to be keeping it in one place. This is really an excellent power-based product that offers peace of mind, extensibility, and versatility.

If you are have been struggling for outlets recently and feel that your office needs a boost, then this could be the perfect desktop solution for you. Simply head on over to the direct link below to pick up this hardware whilst this deal is still in play. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the linked price.

Buy: Addtam ETL Certificate Flat Plug Extension Cord from Amazon: $12.74 | Original price: $17

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