• Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)
  • Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)
  • Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)
Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)
Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)
Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)

Quirky Pivot Power 6 Outlet Flexible Surge Protector Power Strip (Black)

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  • Flexible form that bends into circular, semi-circular, and zig-zag shapes.
  • Six outlet pods, which can be adjusted so that large power bricks don't hog space.
  • ETL-certified surge protection up to 672 joules, with an easy off/reset button.
  • Adjusts so you can utilize all six outlet pods.
  • Bends to fit around furniture and in tight spaces.

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Lasted 2 & a half years. I bought 2 of these in March of 2014 & they have mostly quit working. About 3 of the 6 plug ins in each strip still work. I kept having power going out in my devices & couldn't figure out why lamps/laptop etc wouldn't work & finally tracked it to the quirky. I had to transfer around to find 3 plug ins on each one that still work. Just today ordered a different type that isn't quite as cute but hopefully will actually work for awhile. The quirky is a great idea & very cute & handy but in my experience they just didn't last as long as expected. 3Ratty 1 Good 1 Off button, kinda This came to me in the package ratty. The box was ratty, the cord was ratty, had obvious areas of wear and tear.Now, to be fair, I sent it back with no problem & ordered another one to see if it was just a fluke.The second one arrived in pristine condition and works fine. I like the big ol push button it has in lieu of the on off switch my others have.It's a chunky thing but it's a good chunky, it's cool looking so I'm not trying to hide it but if you're trying to hide the outlet know it's bigger in width than a regular 6 strip outlet which could make tucking it behind something a little tricky.UPDATEI took one star away because the power button is useless & has a mind of its own. I pushed the button on the outlet to turn the thing off for it to turn off the lamp I have plugged into it and you'd think okay, I turned it off, the light went out, so it's off.You'd think, but you'd be wrong. I had pushed the button, the lamp went off. How can you mess that up?Well I'll tell ya, I sat on the couch to watch a movie and about ten minutes after I had pushed the off button for the room to go dark just as it's meant to do, all of a sudden there's this loud click sound and my lamp turned on by itself and I nearly nearly jumped on the ceiling like a scared cartoon cat.It's not a clapper, remember clap on, clap off, well this is not that but instead apparently the thing doesn't allow for you to cut the power with the power button, well at least not for long.I thought with it being a surge protector it cuts the electricity off for safety if it's overloaded, not turns something on on its own. What's the purpose of that, it's kind of assbackwards, right?Maybe I'm missing something, if so please give me a heads up because I don't know why a power strip with a surge protector would have a mind of its own and decide my lamp needed to be lit and turn itself back on. 2This is NOT a surge protector This item is not as advertised. It is NOT a surge protector. It is a flexible power strip. The UL mark on the product is "UL std 1363" which is a relocatable power tab. Surge protection devices would have "UL 1449" which this device does not have. 1These things are amazing. I bought two of them so far and ... These things are amazing. I bought two of them so far and love them. I got tired of not being able to use all the outlets in my power strips because of the annoying, bulky adapters, which are only slightly more annoying than having one that dangles on the cord itself. This actually makes the huge adapter-plugs convenient. It's also aesthetically pleasing, with a circular blue light around the power switch that tells you whether it's on or off. The only thing I don't like about it is that I wish they had designed the plug to not favor one side of the outlet you plug it into, but as far as the design goes, this is probably the best they could do while making the plug stay flush with the wall. If you need a basic power outlet, buy one of these instead and stop wasting outlet space. 5Adds Some Versatility My previous power strip of this exact type stopped working after four years, which seems a bit short-lived, and so this prevents me from writing a five-star review. But while it lasted, it was great, so I wanted another of the same kind to take its place. By bending and twisting the strip, you can fit plugs into all six outlets, which is rarely the case with a rigid strip. It also means you can place the strip in places you might not conveniently be able to place a rigid strip. It is hard to keep multiple cords neat, but this kind of versatility certainly helps. 3Mine was defective so be careful It didn't even last a year! Lucky it didn't start a fire because it was plugged in behind my bed!! Maybe mine was just defective, but since I bought it in February, I can't return it. So disappointed. 1Convenient for plugging in multiple odd-shaped adapters, but be warned it does emit a blue light This is our second purchase of this surge protector. I first bought the white one for the bedroom because we wanted something that would have almost a night-light effect. It does that just fine - bright blue light that makes it easy to find the plugs in the dark. Then I bought the black one for our Christmas Tree, wanting something that would blend into the background a bit better. It is perfect and the blue light for the power button is much tamer and does not distract at all from the Christmas tree lights. The flexible style is very useful, so lots of different large adapters can be plugged in at one time. However, I find it doesn't like to "relax" - meaning I can never get it to rest completely straight. It always has a curve. 5Like the design, but concerns about potential fire hazard I bought this power strip a couple of years ago and have liked the design, the flat head and bendable strip. Lately, though I've heard a crackling sound (very low so almost unnoticeable except in a quiet room) and one of the outlets that wasn't in use was super hot and the source of the crackling noise. Not sure how long that's been going on, but I immediately unplugged it. I'm very disappointed, up to now I've thought it was a great product, now I'm cringing at all the times I've left it plugged in while gone wondering how close I might have come to a disaster. Like I said the crackling was so low, you'd pass it off a some background noise coming from somewhere in the house.I'm not an electricity expert, but I'm thinkin' that's not good. Probably too late to return it, but staying away from their products. 2Absolutely dangerous These seemed like a great idea, and I ended up buying three of them, but one of them had most of the sockets stop working fairly early on, which I didn't realise at first because one of the sockets remained working, and it seemed by then too late to return it. I saved it because I was thinking about trying to return it, then got distracted by other things that were going on, and forgot all about it. I later got this pivot point mixed up with one of the others, and when I tried to use it with a lamp, not only did the lamp light flicker, but the pivot point made a sort of sizzling and popping noise, which was quite scary. I turned it off with the rubber ended handle on a kitchen gadget and unplugged it and don't intend to use it again.Update: It is now a couple of months later, 12 August, 2016, and the second one of these has now failed, the one I put into the place where the first one that failed was being used. I thought at first that there was something wrong with my ottlite lamp because the bulb started flickering very badly and then failed altogether. However, it wasn't the lamp or the bulb, it was this quirky power point failing again. So far two of the places where you plug things into it no longer work. I've just ordered another Belkin 7-outlet surge protector as a replacement as I've had to do before. The Belkins I've had since 2012 are still working perfectly. I expect I'll need to replace the third quirky power point before much longer, and when I do I'll get another Belkin. Including the tax, I've probably wasted about $100 on these quirky dangerous wastes of money, and I'll never buy another. 1Post-1 year assessment - looks good, but not durable. I bought three of these in April of last year and each of them has had issues. The blue power light on one of them stopped lighting up within a few months of purchase. One of them was dropped from a distance of a few feet onto hardwood flooring and the white plastic casing in the area of impact cracked and broke off. (I had hoped/expected a power strip to put up with this kind of minor abuse, but I guess not.). The last one I have been using on a temporary basis for a couple computer peripherals and is left unplugged until when I need one of the peripherals. When I plug the Quirky strip in, sometimes the plugged in peripherals will not turn on and I will have to unplug/replug the Quirky a couple times to get the peripherals to turn on. Expect for the one dropping incident, I have not been abusing the power strips, two have been barely touched since I got them (except the one I'm using for computer peripherals has been getting plugged/unplugged since a few weeks ago) and the third gets moderate use (and was the one that got dropped).I second the other reviewers about the fantastic flexible design. I love that it looks good and don't mind it being visible in non-office areas, such as my living room. It seems to me, though, that a lot of thought was put into the looks and movement and very little into the durability. This makes me wonder how safe it truly is for my electronics. Given how non-durable it is, at $34, it is way overpriced. FYI last year it was only $30. 3
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Lasted 2 & a half years. I bought 2 of these in March of 2014 & they have mostly quit working. About 3 of the 6 plug ins in each strip still work. I kept having power going out in my devices & couldn't figure out why lamps/laptop etc wouldn't work & finally tracked it to the quirky. I had to transfer around to find 3 plug ins on each one that still work. Just today ordered a different type that isn't quite as cute but hopefully will actually work for awhile. The quirky is a great idea & very cute & handy but in my experience they just didn't last as long as expected. 3Ratty 1 Good 1 Off button, kinda This came to me in the package ratty. The box was ratty, the cord was ratty, had obvious areas of wear and tear.Now, to be fair, I sent it back with no problem & ordered another one to see if it was just a fluke.The second one arrived in pristine condition and works fine. I like the big ol push button it has in lieu of the on off switch my others have.It's a chunky thing but it's a good chunky, it's cool looking so I'm not trying to hide it but if you're trying to hide the outlet know it's bigger in width than a regular 6 strip outlet which could make tucking it behind something a little tricky.UPDATEI took one star away because the power button is useless & has a mind of its own. I pushed the button on the outlet to turn the thing off for it to turn off the lamp I have plugged into it and you'd think okay, I turned it off, the light went out, so it's off.You'd think, but you'd be wrong. I had pushed the button, the lamp went off. How can you mess that up?Well I'll tell ya, I sat on the couch to watch a movie and about ten minutes after I had pushed the off button for the room to go dark just as it's meant to do, all of a sudden there's this loud click sound and my lamp turned on by itself and I nearly nearly jumped on the ceiling like a scared cartoon cat.It's not a clapper, remember clap on, clap off, well this is not that but instead apparently the thing doesn't allow for you to cut the power with the power button, well at least not for long.I thought with it being a surge protector it cuts the electricity off for safety if it's overloaded, not turns something on on its own. What's the purpose of that, it's kind of assbackwards, right?Maybe I'm missing something, if so please give me a heads up because I don't know why a power strip with a surge protector would have a mind of its own and decide my lamp needed to be lit and turn itself back on. 2This is NOT a surge protector This item is not as advertised. It is NOT a surge protector. It is a flexible power strip. The UL mark on the product is "UL std 1363" which is a relocatable power tab. Surge protection devices would have "UL 1449" which this device does not have. 1These things are amazing. I bought two of them so far and ... These things are amazing. I bought two of them so far and love them. I got tired of not being able to use all the outlets in my power strips because of the annoying, bulky adapters, which are only slightly more annoying than having one that dangles on the cord itself. This actually makes the huge adapter-plugs convenient. It's also aesthetically pleasing, with a circular blue light around the power switch that tells you whether it's on or off. The only thing I don't like about it is that I wish they had designed the plug to not favor one side of the outlet you plug it into, but as far as the design goes, this is probably the best they could do while making the plug stay flush with the wall. If you need a basic power outlet, buy one of these instead and stop wasting outlet space. 5Adds Some Versatility My previous power strip of this exact type stopped working after four years, which seems a bit short-lived, and so this prevents me from writing a five-star review. But while it lasted, it was great, so I wanted another of the same kind to take its place. By bending and twisting the strip, you can fit plugs into all six outlets, which is rarely the case with a rigid strip. It also means you can place the strip in places you might not conveniently be able to place a rigid strip. It is hard to keep multiple cords neat, but this kind of versatility certainly helps. 3Mine was defective so be careful It didn't even last a year! Lucky it didn't start a fire because it was plugged in behind my bed!! Maybe mine was just defective, but since I bought it in February, I can't return it. So disappointed. 1Convenient for plugging in multiple odd-shaped adapters, but be warned it does emit a blue light This is our second purchase of this surge protector. I first bought the white one for the bedroom because we wanted something that would have almost a night-light effect. It does that just fine - bright blue light that makes it easy to find the plugs in the dark. Then I bought the black one for our Christmas Tree, wanting something that would blend into the background a bit better. It is perfect and the blue light for the power button is much tamer and does not distract at all from the Christmas tree lights. The flexible style is very useful, so lots of different large adapters can be plugged in at one time. However, I find it doesn't like to "relax" - meaning I can never get it to rest completely straight. It always has a curve. 5Like the design, but concerns about potential fire hazard I bought this power strip a couple of years ago and have liked the design, the flat head and bendable strip. Lately, though I've heard a crackling sound (very low so almost unnoticeable except in a quiet room) and one of the outlets that wasn't in use was super hot and the source of the crackling noise. Not sure how long that's been going on, but I immediately unplugged it. I'm very disappointed, up to now I've thought it was a great product, now I'm cringing at all the times I've left it plugged in while gone wondering how close I might have come to a disaster. Like I said the crackling was so low, you'd pass it off a some background noise coming from somewhere in the house.I'm not an electricity expert, but I'm thinkin' that's not good. Probably too late to return it, but staying away from their products. 2Absolutely dangerous These seemed like a great idea, and I ended up buying three of them, but one of them had most of the sockets stop working fairly early on, which I didn't realise at first because one of the sockets remained working, and it seemed by then too late to return it. I saved it because I was thinking about trying to return it, then got distracted by other things that were going on, and forgot all about it. I later got this pivot point mixed up with one of the others, and when I tried to use it with a lamp, not only did the lamp light flicker, but the pivot point made a sort of sizzling and popping noise, which was quite scary. I turned it off with the rubber ended handle on a kitchen gadget and unplugged it and don't intend to use it again.Update: It is now a couple of months later, 12 August, 2016, and the second one of these has now failed, the one I put into the place where the first one that failed was being used. I thought at first that there was something wrong with my ottlite lamp because the bulb started flickering very badly and then failed altogether. However, it wasn't the lamp or the bulb, it was this quirky power point failing again. So far two of the places where you plug things into it no longer work. I've just ordered another Belkin 7-outlet surge protector as a replacement as I've had to do before. The Belkins I've had since 2012 are still working perfectly. I expect I'll need to replace the third quirky power point before much longer, and when I do I'll get another Belkin. Including the tax, I've probably wasted about $100 on these quirky dangerous wastes of money, and I'll never buy another. 1Post-1 year assessment - looks good, but not durable. I bought three of these in April of last year and each of them has had issues. The blue power light on one of them stopped lighting up within a few months of purchase. One of them was dropped from a distance of a few feet onto hardwood flooring and the white plastic casing in the area of impact cracked and broke off. (I had hoped/expected a power strip to put up with this kind of minor abuse, but I guess not.). The last one I have been using on a temporary basis for a couple computer peripherals and is left unplugged until when I need one of the peripherals. When I plug the Quirky strip in, sometimes the plugged in peripherals will not turn on and I will have to unplug/replug the Quirky a couple times to get the peripherals to turn on. Expect for the one dropping incident, I have not been abusing the power strips, two have been barely touched since I got them (except the one I'm using for computer peripherals has been getting plugged/unplugged since a few weeks ago) and the third gets moderate use (and was the one that got dropped).I second the other reviewers about the fantastic flexible design. I love that it looks good and don't mind it being visible in non-office areas, such as my living room. It seems to me, though, that a lot of thought was put into the looks and movement and very little into the durability. This makes me wonder how safe it truly is for my electronics. Given how non-durable it is, at $34, it is way overpriced. FYI last year it was only $30. 3
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