Does PowerDock Really Work?
In a single room in a house you may have several appliances to plug in. In the kitchen it could be a coffee maker, toaster, microwave, broiler, et al. You may not have outlets for everything, but you can with PowerDock, they say. PowerDock calls itself the perfect power solution for kitchens, home offices, dressing tables, garage workbenches, TV cabinets and other home areas where you have several things that need to be plugged in, and not enough outlets. PowerDock also claims that it can help do away with messy cable clutter. It has six power sockets and it can be mounted either vertically or horizontally. It neatly retracts into its mounting surface when not in use, they say. Then when you want to connect your power cables, simply pull it up or down and it locks into position. PowerDock has a liquid proof seal (for splash protection), and is made with robust construction – aluminium with polycarbonate and ABS plastic components. It also has a built in overload trip switch rated at 15A. This product is child safe and easy to install. It comes with a 24-month guarantee (subject to standard warranty conditions).