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So many devices nowadays have those big transformer-type plugs — power tools, computer equipment, cell phones, you name it — and you can’t plug ’em into an outlet without blocking another outlet.  This happens to me all the time at home and work, and usually I just run a surge strip or a short extension cord, but the Rotator might be a better solution.

You plug the Rotator rotating socket into your regular outlet, rotate it to whatever angle you want, and lock it in place.  You can choose from several different models and styles, but the single model seems the most useful to me.

The Rotator two-pack sells for about $10.

Rotator [Rotator Electric]
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