Protect your gadgets with 50% off this outlet extender surge protector


A white power outlet extender with multiple USB and wall plug ports to connect to.
Credit: Lvetek

Modern life comes with a lot of conveniences, but a lot of those conveniences also happen to be somewhat power-hungry. It makes charging things annoying, so getting this Outlet Extender Surge Protector while it's on sale with 50% off is a very good idea.

This device would normally cost $19.99, which isn't a big buy, but thanks to the discount, it's just $9.99 right now, which is less than some coffees, and certainly worth the cost to protect your most expensive bits of tech. It's also hugely convenient if you need more outlets or more USB charging ports, and let's face it, we probably all do.

A white power outlet extender with multiple USB and wall plug ports to connect to.
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Credit: Lvetek

This device plugs into a wall outlet with ease and turns one outlet into five. The angled design means it's less fiddly than you'd expect, and it has four USB ports too. This means you can plug it in behind a sofa or a TV and suddenly multiply connectivity options and make them easier to get to.

Not only that, but it detects the correct charging speed for the device it's attached to, ensuring you can get fast charging where necessary, assuming your cables are capable of delivering it. It also means it's not going to damage anything either, which is always nice.

Plus, while we're talking about not damaging things, it has a built-in 1680J surge protector, which means it can keep your devices safe not only from itself, but also from any unwanted and unexpected power surges that might occur. That's a big deal if you've got it connected to one of the best TVs or charging one of the best tablets.

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