Power Wherever You Want It

Powerstrips, outlets, cables; ugh it’s a mess! Even tho we live in an age where convenience is king, it seems there’s never the exact length extension cable you need. And how about that power outlet way in the corner? Who thought anybody would plug anything there? With Free Lines, choice is king and that means having your outlets where you want them without messy strands of cables left in its wake.

This is accomplished thru a series of modular outlet blocks and cables that snap on to one another. The end result nets you clean wiring and the exact amount of outlets you need for said area. Never again be left scratching your head wondering how your careful use of twist ties and rubber bands left such a tangle mess behind the entertainment center. Those cables man, I swear some magic cable elves must be lurking behind there tangling everything while you’re asleep.

Designer: Sung-hun Choi

25 Comments

  • R031E5 says:

    Now that’s innovation!

  • xonegon says:

    thats gooood 🙂 justa bit stuck about how strong those connections are, if sombody strap on it…

    • Dante says:

      Cables normally get pulled out whether they're segmented or not. This design actually helps with that as well, since it would just pull apart at the closest connection instead of flinging everything plugged in around AND disconnecting them from the outlet.

  • cp says:

    why didn’t I think of that .It would work great for pluging multiple small battey chargers in

  • Paethon says:

    Very nice, but at least here in Europe you won’t be allowed to sell something like that.

  • so very odd says:

    I don’t understand why this needs to be so complicated with special cables. Why can’t you just string along short extension cables with one receptacle on the edge of a box instead on the top? Or do you really want to pay a premium for sectioned pieces that will fall apart every time you sneeze?

  • TechCF says:

    Seems scary. Those extension cords have pretty open connectors. And anyone with a bit electronic skills know that wall outlets don’t have positive and ground, but alternating current/voltage.

  • wayne says:

    very nice design idea, but the cables are purely criminal – the first dead child will be in the news really fast… you should consider rethinking about the cables…

  • where can i get one of these?

  • mujjai says:

    yo~~ good~

  • moon says:

    wow~! excellent~!! 🙂

  • Steve Page says:

    Some people can’t see past the end of thier noses can they?!

    The implementation is unsound but the concept is brilliant.

    Change the inter-socket connectors, make them lockable, i.e. a button on the side of the sockets to release so things arent half plugged together which would be a fire risk. Also make those plugs/sockets safe and have a suitable earth connection.

    Nice idea. Even have some ideas of my own as to how you could limit the number of sockets so you didnt overload it.

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