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One Elephant In the Room You Won’t Mind Having: Elephant Wall Plugs

Elephant Wall Plugs

Looking for a quick and simple way to liven up your wall plugs? If the Hanaga Tap Nose Outlets were too out there for you, then you might want to check out these cutesy Elephant wall plugs. Aside from ensuring that there will be a perpetual elephant in the room in all of the rooms that you decide to plug this in, it exudes a playful vibe and frankly looks complete only when you’ve got something plugged into it.

It was designed by Idan Noyberg and Gal Bulka. Unfortunately, it’s not for sale but who knows? It might be, with the right demand for it.

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Hanaga Tap Nose Outlets: Pick for Power

Nose Electrical Plugs

 

Snot and boogers aren’t the only things that you can expect to come out of a nose. Not that the Hanaga Tap Nose Outlets are real noses you can find on humans, although they look like the real thing. Available in black, white, and pink, the Nose outlets basically just plug into your outlet and provide you with another outlet for the actual appliance or gadget that you want to power up.

In short, it’s pretty much useless, but it’s undeniably a whole lot of fun. It’s available from the Japan Trend Shop for $35.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Geekologie ]

 

thingCHARGER Lets You Literally Pile On the Chargers

Thingcharger

Running out of outlets to plug in your chargers for all of your devices? Then you might want to check the thingCharger out. It’s a portable outlet-slash-charger of sorts that lets you still use an outlet while you’re charging your device. The cool thing is that it’s stackable, so you can charge one, two, three or more devices in a single outlet and still be able to use that outlet for something else.

The thingCharger comes with interchangeable tips that are stored at its back, so you can swap between adapters for Apple, Samsung, HTC, Nokia, or Sony in a jiffy. It eliminates the wires that most chargers come with and is described as “green by design” since it doesn’t consume any power when it’s not actually in use.

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