$10 for Allocacoc PowerCube 5 Power Outlets 1.5 mtr Red.
it is available to many stores. I bought two for C&C from Caroline Spring store was also available for Melbourne bourke st store and also for delivery
No more stock
Video in link shows USB port but nothing in the specs.
There are different versions. They are not on clearance. https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/allocacoc-...
Was eyeing this for a long time, thanks op. Found stock of both colours at my local.
Only Red is on sale, right?
No stock at any store in west
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How is the usability of these? Seems like an annoying shape once multiple things are plugged in.
They are good for under the bed and up to 3 or 4 plugs in. 5 in and its a mess.
Got 2². Thanks op
all gone I think
5 Power Outlets
5 Power Outlets
Surely you can only use 4 at a time (conveniently at least). Weird design.
They're not behd, good siyze
Nope, if you have a vaulted ceiling, these are great to hang down in your work area, or from the roof of the shed.
You can also drop the power plug down a desk cable tidy, so the cord is downward, and all 5 are good.
They've been $5 before
Yes @ Catch
Good deal, unfortunate name.
Until I got to your comment I thought I was the only one. Surely everyone is pronouncing it the same way?
Seems like very limited stock, nothing local to me. I picked up 2 of the black and ones from Catch for $5 during a sale.
What's so special about this compared to any other normal powerboard?
Kmart 6 Outlet Powerboard $4.00
Big W 6 Outlet Powerboard $4.00
Try plugging weird shaped plugs or power adaptors into those two.
They have one more socket though and you could buy 2 for less than this.
Why buy a power board without any surge protection?. You're risking your devices without it. At least the Powercube has it. You get what you pay for.
Powerboards are far less aesthetically pleasing of you plan to hang them anywhere with a vaulted ceiling.
It actually has surge protection doesn't it. As compared to just overload protection as found on those cheap power boards. Those power boards are junk in comparison.
These cubes are actually very high quality, compared to cheapo powerboards, the cubes usually sell for about $30, not that I would pay $30, but they are high quality from my experience.
avail at ebay green $10 plus $7.99 postage
Which one is better? Corded or non-corded?
Given the proximity to the wall can limit what you can plug in, my preference is to the corded versions. Though, it does seem less devices have big chunky power plugs these days.
Go backwards and it reads coca colla
Got two at my local OW. They weren't allowed to put them on hold so I had to race to there to purchase. 3 left in store.
I highly recommend Chinese version of these which take both US and AU plugs. AU only version is much less versatile.
You won't even need that if you're never intending to use it overseas. Oh and plus you get to keep warranty on the official Australian version.
I'm talking about using stuff with US plugs in Australia. Or am I the only one on this planet who buys electronics in USA?