The U-Socket Just Might be the Future of Wall Outlets

Hi everyone, Becky Sue from Hometalk inspired me to purchase and install the U-Socket in my kitchen. We have numerous electronic devices (iPhone, camera, etc.) and a regular phone that plugs into an outlet, but this all happens in one location. And to boot, sometimes you don't get an AC adapter with certain devices so you're stuck charging them at your computer. The U-Socket has two USB ports built into a standard wall receptacle. My latest blog post is a tutorial on how any DIYer can install this nifty invention and why it's a good idea (water + smartphone = headache waiting to happen)
Two USB ports and two outlets reside in the U-Socket.
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  • Brenda Brown Brenda Brown on Nov 10, 2016
    I couldn't find the post on your website. The link took me to the main page with an "oops". Interested in seeing the tutorial. Could you post an updated link? thx

  • Martha Medcalf Martha Medcalf on Jan 08, 2021

    The link is incorrect. would you send us the correct link for the U-Socket installation? Thanks so much

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  • Judy H. Judy H. on Sep 18, 2019

    I like it because it eliminates a lot of cords plugged in alllll over just to keep each item charged

  • Trice Trice on Jan 05, 2021

    Going to do some research on this. I need these outlets! Thanks!