Here at Geekologie we've seen several different products that address wiring, but nothing as wrought iron looking as this thing. The Wirepod is a bendable surge protector that adds a touch of class to an otherwise hideous device. Pretty sexy looking right? It sure is. Well, until it's got five ugly-ass power cords trailing off in different directions. Then it looks like shit.
More pictures after the jump, including one with something plugged in.
A surge protector you won't hide under your desk [dvice]
Craighton Berman may or may not own stock in an extension cord company (I think he does), but he did design the Coil Lamp, a lamp constructed of an acrylic frame around which you wrap a 100' electric cord.
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I'm just kidding, the Powerblock is kind of growing on me. As you can see it's a powerstrip that's hidden inside a, um, I'm just going to call it a geometric figure. When implemented, you no longer have to see your damn cords sprawled out all over the place. Lets face it -- nob... / Continue →
This conceptual extension cord has plugs all over it, so you can plug things in at different lengths of the cord. It was designed by Wilson Song, and probably won't work. Feel free to chime in and explain why it won't work, or what it would take to make it plausible. Just be... / Continue →