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Theres a reason for paying that extra buck
That one has no breaker
Eh. This one again. Instead of putting 2 sets of prongs on the back to utilise both wall outlets (and provide a lot of extra stability, by the way), they opted to put a single plastic peg in the ground hole, which is sure to break off at some point.. Zero-IQ design.

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Repeating price point, but quality product.

Name brand
Also has built in circuit breaker

I'd suggest going this rather rather than the no name generics that get shilled for cheaper.
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
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This design is good for fitting those fat wall bricks next to each other.
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
Theres a reason for paying that extra buck
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
That one has no breaker
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Repeating price point, but quality product.

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Also has built in circuit breaker

I'd suggest going this rather rather than the no name generics that get shilled for cheaper.
Nice! I've used these ones in the past but I don't think they had the circuit breaker built-in before

edit: ah yep I see it on the product page now, 2 separate versions
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
but no breaker
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
The ones on the side are great to prevent them from blocking each other
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Eh. This one again. Instead of putting 2 sets of prongs on the back to utilise both wall outlets (and provide a lot of extra stability, by the way), they opted to put a single plastic peg in the ground hole, which is sure to break off at some point.. Zero-IQ design.
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Save you a buck if you want all outlets on the front. https://www.amazon.com/GE-54947-G...B00006IBFA
LOL - I love the description

Charging station: Create a charging hub for your portable devices by plugging chargers into these 3 prong outlets to keep your cell phone, tablet, Bluetooth speakers, Nintendo Switch, smartwatch or Fitbit fully powered

Shazam - I have "charging stations" all over my house. Who knew?

Edit: also hilarious in that most chargers are only two pronged.
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Is it safe to plug in extension power strips into this?
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Eh. This one again. Instead of putting 2 sets of prongs on the back to utilise both wall outlets (and provide a lot of extra stability, by the way), they opted to put a single plastic peg in the ground hole, which is sure to break off at some point.. Zero-IQ design.
I have some old ones (all outlets on the front) plus some newer ones from APC (outlets on the sides, to fit behind furniture), and they are all the same way -- only use one plug with a plastic peg. I don't disagree with you, but that seems to be the way these are made for the most part. As long as you use the center screw, though, they are reliable.
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