Add Some Spark to Your Home with 10 Innovative Switches and Sockets Designs


With the advent of technology, it seems as if the number of electronics present in the homes of people has witnessed a considerable increase, which has directly resulted in more sockets, switches and electronic outlets for plugging them in. Most manufacturers do not deem it necessary enough to pay attention to the designs of these electrical components but there are a few companies which have realized the untapped potential this market holds and have decided to cash in on it by producing innovative and trendy switches that not only help you to power up the various electronic gadgets in your home but also keep the wire mess under control, save energy and hold more crowded plugs.

The Show-Off Strip

The wireless look is preferred by many since handling power cords is quite difficult, especially for people with kids. But managing wires is no big deal with the Power Bridge. Its stylish design does away with the need to conceal wires so that the room appears tidy and safe. The plug-slots in this durable strip are located beneath the bridge for improved plug management. Each plug outlet contains an indicative light that demonstrates the total power being consumed by that specific gadget.

Donut Power Strip

Designed by Ramei Kuem, the Donut Power Strip provides a convenient solution to the problem posed by several of the power strips nowadays, specifically the inability to hold the large power bricks that are present in a number of electric appliances. Each outlet is able to spin within its socket to achieve the best fit. The unique shape is also helpful for keeping cabling systematized.

Hang On Outlet

It is basically a power outlet equipped with a bit of extra lip to support your loose plugs, allowing you to keep your power management spick and span.

Smile Switches

These innovative switches use the power of emotional demonstration to remind and alert you to switch off the lights

Wind Up Socket

The Wind Up Socket is absolutely ideal for kids. It has a timer connected to it which severs the electric supply to the socket after the adjusted duration is up.

Rozektus Three Dee Power Socket

The Rozektus has the ability to lie flat against the surface of the wall unless more than a single plug is required.

ON Switch

The ON switch, conceived by Russian designer Burakov Denis, is able to remind people that the light switch at home has not yet been turned off with the help of the word “ON” written in big bold letters.

Belkin Time Outlet

A sectioned, stackable surge protector separated into four quadrants, each division of the Belkin Time Outlet indicates a time of the day. As soon as that time gets over, power is severed from that quadrant and turns on in the following one.

Floor Plan Light Switch

It can be challenging to remember which is which in a panel full of light switches. But the switches in the Floor Plan Light Switch are customized as per the floor plan of the room and function likewise.

Socket Like Brick

Socket Like Brick provides you the option to organize and put together a modular multi-tap according to your requirements. You need to lengthen or remove modules carefully and easily contain the various plug sizes.



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