6 Feet Surge Protector Power Strip – 8 Wide Outlets with 4 USB Ports, 3 Side Outlet Extension Cord with 6 Feet Extension Cord, Flat Outlet, Wall Mount, Desktop USB Charging Station, ETL, White

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YISHU 6 Feet Surge Protector Power Strip with 8 Wide Outlets and 4 USB Ports

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power strip with surge protectorpower strip with surge protector Specifications: Input voltage: 100-240 VAC; 60 Hz Maximum current: 10 A Maximum power rating: 1250 W USB port output: DC 5 V, total 4.2 A Cord length: 6 feet Surge protection rating: 600 joules

YISHU Power Strip Surge Protector with 6 Feet Flat Outlet Extension Cord

Integrated power strip with 600 joule surge detector with 8 outlets and 4 USB charging ports

The 3-sided design makes it easy to make the plugs without covering any outlet, and the 8 AC outlets with 1.78 inch long space between them, larger than a standard 1.5 inch outlet. Wider spacing makes it easier to use for all types of equipment.

3 USB A charging ports and 1 USB C charging port total 4.2A, each USB A port has a maximum output of 5V/2.4A. The USB C charging port has 5V/3 AT MAX.

Can power up to 12 devices simultaneously. Wide range voltage design, can be used on 120V to 240V circuit.

8 AC outlet extension cords 3 USB A and 1 USB C smart charging ports 1.78-inch wide AC outlet 6-foot extension cord with flat plug and cable ties Surge protection LED indicator Item dimensions: 4. 33*4.05*1.65 inches

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Extension to 3 side sockets with USB ports

The 3-sided power strip with 8 wide AC outlets and 4 USB charging ports can fit larger adapters without blocking each other. Compact design saves more space, suitable for home, office and college dormitory.

3 USB-A ports and 1 USB-C port

3 USB A ports and 1 USB C port total 4.2A, each USB A port has a maximum output of 5V/2.4A. The USB C charging port has 5V/3A MAX.

Meets the charging needs of most cell phones.

NOTE: The UCB-C port does not support any other devices requiring 14-22V charging voltage.

Greater spacing

AC outlets with a 1.78 inch long space in between, larger than standard 1.5 inch outlets. Wider spacing makes it easier to use for all types of equipment.

45° plug design is more convenient to use

The 45° plug design ensures that it does not interfere with your use of other devices at the same time, bringing the best experience.

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Multi-security protection

Surge protector with overload protection protects your electrical devices from lighting, surges or spikes. The minimum energy absorption capacity of 600 joules. It will automatically cut off power to protect connected devices when the power surge is too strong.

Shell made of flame retardant materials at 1382°F

The 1382°F flame retardant material housing can effectively prevent the occurrence of fire, to ensure safety, tips. For your safety, do not exceed the product power rating of 1250W when using the device, otherwise it may damage your device!

6 foot extension cord with cable tie

6ft right angle flat plug power cord makes it more flexible, reusable fixing cable ties can tie up the unused cord and make it better organized.

Mounting hole

Mounting method

1. Measure the distance between the 2 keyhole slots in the same direction on the back of the power strip.

2. Drill 2 holes on the plinth with the distance you just measured and insert two self-tapping screws.

3. Insert the power strip into the screws, then lower it a little. Please make sure the screws slide into the small holes.

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AttentionAttention

4+4 Outlet Power Strip with 4 USB Ports: The 3-sided power strip with 8 wide AC outlets and 4 USB charging ports total 4.2A, each USB A port has a maximum output of 5V/2.4A .USB C charging port has 5V/3A MAX. Can power up to 12 devices simultaneously. Wide range voltage design, can be used on 120V to 240V circuit.
【Surge Protective Power Strip with 3-Sided Design and Large Space】- 3-sided design makes it easy to fit plugs without covering any outlet, and the 8 AC outlets with 1.8 inch long space in between , larger than the standard 1.5 inch socket. Wider spacing makes it easier to use for all types of equipment. Compact design saves more space, suitable for home, office and college dormitory.
Multi-security protection: RoHS, FCC and ETL certificates. This power strip has overload protection, short circuit protection, overcurrent protection, overvoltage protection and overheating protection. Surge protector with overload protection protects your electrical devices from lighting, surges or spikes. The minimum energy absorption capacity of 600 joules. It will automatically cut off the power to protect connected devices when the power surge is too strong.
6ft Extension Cord with Flat Plug and Cable Ties: 6ft right angle flat plug power cord makes it more flexible. Reusable fixing cable ties can tie up unused cord and make it better organized. The two mounting holes on the back allow this power strip to be securely installed in various applications.
【Our after-sales service】 – RoHS, FCC and ETL certificates. Our friendly and reliable customer service will respond to you within 24 hours. You can buy with confidence with our 30-day return and 12-month replacement.

Customers say

Customers like the USB ports, cord length, size and value of the power strip. They mention that it has additional USB outlets to charge their phone or other devices, the cord is a good length and that it takes up minimal space. They appreciate the outlets that are positioned for usability.

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8 reviews for 6 Feet Surge Protector Power Strip – 8 Wide Outlets with 4 USB Ports, 3 Side Outlet Extension Cord with 6 Feet Extension Cord, Flat Outlet, Wall Mount, Desktop USB Charging Station, ETL, White

  1. Gwen

    very nice!!
    i bought this cord specially for a shelf i have displaying things in my bedroom and none of the ones i owned we’re long enough, so i thought, “hey let’s just buy this one!” but its so nice and convenient and the cord doesn’t bend easily so i haven’t had any breaking problems so far! i looove the amount of outlets and usbs on this, since i have a lot of things to plug it. and cord length is perfect and hides behind my bookshelf so nicely. and i constantly have a CD player/bluetooth speaker plugged into it and it still works perfectly and it always charged and ready for use. would recommend

  2. Robert L. Gustin

    Works well
    It is small enough to put on a night stand, the cord is plenty long. Very nice addition.

  3. lisa brown

    Quality and compact design
    The first thing I noticed is the weight and solid construction of the surge protector.I also like the sleek and modern design. It has four ports on the top and additional ports including usb on the sides. It is great for any space that requires multiple devices to be plugged in at the same time. It has two slots on the back for mounting on a flat surface. The plugin is angled down instead of out which makes it a nice space saver. The cord is the perfect length. The functionality and compact size of the power strip makes it a great choice for any work station. Shipping was fast.

  4. Kindle Customer

    Very compact at a great price
    It was perfect, allowing the short cord on my fire stick to reach a plug. It can operate several devices securely, is convenient, & well priced.

  5. Rob O’Hara

    Very Convenient, Could Handle More Amps
    As a “computer guy” I have a lot of power strips in use and if you’re like me you know that between large power bricks and having outlets that were too close together, using all six outlets is impossible.This power strip/surge protector eliminates that problem by adding additional spacing between the outlets. There are four on top, two on the left, and two on the right. No complaints there! In addition, the “front” of the power strip includes four USB ports (three USB-A and one USB-C), which can eliminate chunky USB wall adapters.My only real complaint is that the power strip’s surge protector is limited to 10 amps. My gaming PC draws 5-6 amps by itself, which means you’ll run out of amps before you run out of outlets. The heater I purchased for under my desk uses 12.5A, which immediately trips the surge protector on this power strip. Appliances like coffee makers and microwaves will push the limits of this device, and will trip the surge protector if you have other items plugged in.This is a super convenient power strip, especially with the USB ports, and would work great on a desk or in an area with a lot of small items. You’ll need to buy one with a higher rating if you plan to run appliances that generate heat.

  6. HonestButFair

    I have a bunch of these and love them
    My house is seriously lacking in power outlets so I have one of these plugged into almost every outlet to create more outlets. These give you the ability to hang it on the wall, or use the extension cord to move it around the room if needed. The USB ports are also super handy and it’s easy to pack for traveling if you need to work and know you’ll need multiple outlets on the go. It’s just an easy, fast, affordable way to ensure that every room in your home has enough power outlets without needing to call your electrician or attempting any DIY upgrades to all of your outlets. The flat wall plug is an added bonus. I’d suggest using heavy duty double sided tape or something similar to hang it if you want it hang it up, but it does have the places on the back where you can hang it up with two screws or nails if you want it done that way.

  7. Joe from Richmond

    It’s good! If the blue light is flashing, hit the red switch.
    Good cord length, high build quality, looks like a nice unit. I was ready to rip it up on the review, since the blue Protected light was flashing and the charging ports were only kinda working. Then I saw the posted pictures, hit the red switch, and it works perfectly.Sure, I’d prefer that this USB-C port be a PD port up to 12v, but at this price point it does perfectly fine. Good unit for travel or for a desktop when you have a lot of USB rechargeable devices around. I’m glad I spent the few bucks it cost.

  8. Omega Man

    Buy it for the outlet layout and USB ports, not the surge protection.
    I don’t trust these unknown products for serious surge protection. I basically consider them to be about the same as a regular “remote power tap” (power strip) with no surge protection, and I have it plugged in to a “real” surge protector on the wall outlet, but the socket layout on this product is excellent. Somehow I have managed to plug small “wall wart” sized plugs into EVERY outlet on ALL sides without any difficulty at all.Granted, all the wall warts in this case are pretty small, but with most power strips almost always one of them blocks another outlet or something and at least one or two power sockets goes unused due to being blocked by something else. Amazingly, that hasn’t happened yet with this one.So this is a pretty major accomplishment in the field of industrial design here.I also have this securely screwed down to the back of a desk using the keyholes on the back of the power tap. Unlike many poorly designed products out there, the keyholes on this power strip are of reasonable dimensions and I didn’t have any trouble finding suitable screws in my random screw pile.However, I really do not understand why almost no power strip manufacturer includes the screws needed to fit the keyhole dimensions on their product! This would be especially helpful in cases where the keyhole dimensions are metric and the product is sold in a country where most of the screws laying around are not metricPlease, for the love of god, please just include the mounting screws that match the product. I don’t even want drywall anchors, just the screws that fit that are long enough to support the forces involved (weight of the strip, cables, AND force of unplugging things). It’s one of those things that is very cheap compared to the amount of trouble involved when the needed screws are not somehow just laying around nearby.As for the USB charging ports, I never expect much from the ones on power strips. I only use those to power or charge low-power 0.5-1A devices and these seem to do that just fine. I do not use them to charge phones or tablets or anything else these days that benefits from better chargers. So I didn’t bother to test them with anything that can use more than 1A at most.I also didn’t check to see if the DC USB supply produces HF radio noise. This is a problem with a lot of cheap USB chargers that use switching power supplies without sufficient filter capacitors and such. It might be a problem for me except I haven’t done any HF radio in a while, but anyway it’s another potential quality issue that could use some testing. (For those who don’t know, people doing HF ham radio often need to pick up weak long-distance radio signals that can easily be “jammed” by radio noise from poor quality electronics.)So for my main requirements which are: can connect everything easily, can mount to back of wooden desk securely, and can charge low-power USB gadgets, this is a definite 5/5 with no headaches.

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