• Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
  • Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
  • Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
  • Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)
Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)

Rosewill 6 Outlet Power Strip with Individual Switches and 6-Feet Cord (RPS-210BL)

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  • 6 outlets with individual switch for every outlet allow independent control for connected devices
  • Office grade power strip has 3-prong grounded plug and outlets
  • Illuminated on/off switch with 15-amp circuit breaker
  • 6 feet heavy duty cord with grounded plug
  • Certifications: UL, cUL
  • Economical Power Strip with 6 outlets with individual switch
  • Maximum Power: 1875W

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Solves the problem It seems like everything today needs an outlet and a charger or power supply. Cell phones, lap tops, IPADs, cameras, etc, etc. I was always faced with the problem of where to plug all these devices in and then unplug when not needed. This power strip absolutely solves the problem and provides not only 6 outlets, but with each being switchable, turning individual chargers on or off is a breeze. I bought two and use one for modem, wireless router, print server, PC, monitor. Makes shutting down and restarting the entire system very easy. Also, a very well made product. 5Quality is not bad, but could be better I bought 3 of these at $12 & change, so no mater what they were worth, as there aren't many power strips out there with individual on/off switches and thats what i wanted, they're worth that.i've only used 2, one has my many kitchen appliences plugged in, toester, 2 coffiee makers, stove light, refrigerator,Etc... the circuit is overloaded, but that's why i wanted to be able to turn off some while using the others. the other has cable box, modem, router, cordless phone base run to a surge suppreser as these are not. I'd recomend to anyone who uses these to buy 12" outlet savers if you need wider spaced plugs, or plug and unplug often.Quality is not bad, but could be better. I took off one star as i mounted one horizontally, and as others have stated the mounting holes should be multi directional, and they go left to right. [ 0=== 0=== ]Update 6/2016 i just bought 2 more of these, So far no problems with the other 3, Still not sure on the quallity of the switches & lights, but 5 of these for $56 i'm not complaining. 4very useful power strip - but beware the supposed white color This 6-outlet power strip works good. It's surprising that there are so few individually-switched power strips on the market - individual switching is a very useful (or even essential) feature. Unlike some other models, all the switches illuminate when 'on'. But there is no master switch. I chose this one over the 7-outlet Tripp-Lite model because the cord of this one is on the left - which is what I need.However beware the 'white' color; it's a dirty, yellowish, off-white / tan color. It's the same color that many white plastic consumer items discolor to, after many years. It was probably purposely designed in this color so that when it does discolor over the years, there is little or no color change - it's already that ugly color. If I had known, I would've gotten it in black.As other reviews point out, the outlets are very tight when new (difficult to press the plugs into), but with use they loosen a bit and become less difficult to use. 3Works for chargers - WAY too much power cord. The switched outlets work, so the concept is a good one. I had envisioned being able to plug all my chargers into the strip and turn them on as I need them. I have connected all my chargers except the 2 Nooks (which have huge transformers). A Samsung phone, Samsung Tablet, and IPAD chargers all fit. Did have to put the phone on the end outlet because of plug orientation. This is a 4 star product for me because of the: 1. rather flimsy plastic construction, and 2. the heavy duty 5 foot long power cord they saw fit to put on it. No way this can sit on the back of my work surface with all that cord draped all over the place. It will be plugged into either my UPS, or a surge protector. Both of these are less than 2 feet from where the power strip will be installed. I am purchasing a suitable flat plug - not one that sticks out - and intend to shorten the power cord to get rid of the cable pile. The cord weighs more than the power strip.6 device chargers would draw maybe 50 watts between them (I am being generous), so it way TOO safe in terms of wattage rating. Computer peripherals do not like to be turned on and off as needed when the PC is running. Also, my CANON printers and scanners generate error messages if they are not powered up and down from their respective power switches, so this strip is really no help there. For chargers, it is ideal - but needs a bit of a redesign to accommodate charger design. Like it for that; really hate that HEAVY (can't be straightened out) power cord.This product needs to be wider, and longer to accommodate device chargers and allow better clearance for switches. These gadgets are all made in China, so I would think that this would not be a major engineering fete. I would also willingly pay more for a metal enclosure or more substantial plastic construction. I did see some products that might fit, but outlet spacing and orientation did not look promising. 4Breaking down after 4 months Six perpendicular outlets, individual switches, thought this was a no brainer and happily ordered one in white on August 27, which I've been using as individual switches for those power hungry gaming consoles of mine. First complaint, minor - it is absolutely not white. It's 1980s plastic beige, the sort you remember under the desks in the library. Yuck.As of January 3rd (or maybe a bit earlier - just the first I noticed), it's starting to fail me. The first switch has a flickering light and sure enough, there's a faint bit of noise when that switch is on, which is indicative of faulty wiring and a possible fire hazard - on top of just being bad for anything you plug into it.Bummer.Update: Rosewill sent me a replacement not long after I posted this review, which I appreciated.As of 4/26, the flickering is beginning again on the exact same switch with a different device plugged in.Again I say, "bummer." 1Great for a simple DJ light show. I work as a DJ and lighting technician in a small local club. Our operation is pretty small and pretty low budget, so expensive DMX lighting and controls were pretty much out of the question. Instead I've managed to put together a pretty decent set of plug-and-play lights, that work well and the crowd seems to like.The thing about plug-and-play DJ lights is the most don't have an onboard power switch, and even if they did, they're usually mounted out of reach. Enter this device. I mount it to the vertical shaft of the lighting stand, and its a convenient way to power all the effects and have a simple way of controlling them individually.Perfect for my application. 5Good, except for mounting slots. Strip worked as advertised, but like most things in life, I would have rather had the cord come out the other end.I was able to get rid of a few handy switches that I used on the old strip, that did the same thing this one does.The only problem I ran into, was finding a couple of screws that would install correctly for mounting keyholes.I ended up grinding down a couple of truss head lath screws (both diameter and crown), as the ONLY hardware that wouldwork with the slots, was a nail head; NOT!As an added note to the manufacturer: Since you use a cardboard box as packaging for the strip, PUT A COUPLE OF DRILL TARGETSON THE FRIGGING BOX TO MAKE IT EASIER FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS!It always drives me nuts when a wall mounting gadget does not have mounting targets on the box. I did not need this feature, as I was ableto use the existing holes, but most customers would find these printed mounting targets helpful. 4Good value for a switchable power strip This power strip is an inexpensive simple alternative to units costing twice as much. The reviews that indicate difficulty in inserting plugs into the sockets are understandable, as half of the sockets require a significant push on the plug to get them inserted. That said, once inserted, I am confident the plugs will remain in place...PROS - cost, length of cord, individual control of circuits is very helpful for semi permanent installationsCONS - signifcant force required on some socketsno "Master switch" for the entire strip, no "Hot socket" for daisy chaining additional unit(s)Overall, a good value for applications where controlling individual circuits is desired. 5Works; mounting slots aren't good It works. I even used an outlet testing device to make sure that all the outlets are properly grounded.It feels pretty cheap, but you have to expect that at this price.Really my only complaint is the mounting holes on the back. They're just one-way keyhole slots, and I think having them point the other direction would have been a better choice (4-way crosses would have been even better). If I was going to mount it vertically, I think I'd most likely want the cord at the bottom, but that would make gravity tend pull it out of the slots. For horizontal mounting, any tension on the cord would do the same.Also, the slots are poorly made. They're very shallow, and it took me a while to find screws that would fit. One of them is actually not on a flat part of the back; the whole thing tapers near the end, and the slot is partly on the tapered section. Anyway, I did manage to get it mounted horizontally. 4Good deal for a power strip with individual switches but beware the mounting slots! The product itself seems to be well made except for the cheap switches which wobble a little bit but that does not affect the general use of this item. The main complaint would be on the mounting slot, I do not get how a complete chain of design, manufacturing and quality assessment could have approved those tiny mounting slots. Did they ever tried to mount it with actual screws? I doubt so, the only screws which fit in the slots are 2.86mm (7/64 in) and I only had 2 of them somewhere in my screw collection. If the manufacturer happens to read this, please review the mounting slots, make them bigger and in a cross shape and you will have a winning product. I use it in my aquarium cabinet to switch devices on and off as needed and having the light in the switches to indicate current status is a real plus. 4
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Solves the problem It seems like everything today needs an outlet and a charger or power supply. Cell phones, lap tops, IPADs, cameras, etc, etc. I was always faced with the problem of where to plug all these devices in and then unplug when not needed. This power strip absolutely solves the problem and provides not only 6 outlets, but with each being switchable, turning individual chargers on or off is a breeze. I bought two and use one for modem, wireless router, print server, PC, monitor. Makes shutting down and restarting the entire system very easy. Also, a very well made product. 5Quality is not bad, but could be better I bought 3 of these at $12 & change, so no mater what they were worth, as there aren't many power strips out there with individual on/off switches and thats what i wanted, they're worth that.i've only used 2, one has my many kitchen appliences plugged in, toester, 2 coffiee makers, stove light, refrigerator,Etc... the circuit is overloaded, but that's why i wanted to be able to turn off some while using the others. the other has cable box, modem, router, cordless phone base run to a surge suppreser as these are not. I'd recomend to anyone who uses these to buy 12" outlet savers if you need wider spaced plugs, or plug and unplug often.Quality is not bad, but could be better. I took off one star as i mounted one horizontally, and as others have stated the mounting holes should be multi directional, and they go left to right. [ 0=== 0=== ]Update 6/2016 i just bought 2 more of these, So far no problems with the other 3, Still not sure on the quallity of the switches & lights, but 5 of these for $56 i'm not complaining. 4very useful power strip - but beware the supposed white color This 6-outlet power strip works good. It's surprising that there are so few individually-switched power strips on the market - individual switching is a very useful (or even essential) feature. Unlike some other models, all the switches illuminate when 'on'. But there is no master switch. I chose this one over the 7-outlet Tripp-Lite model because the cord of this one is on the left - which is what I need.However beware the 'white' color; it's a dirty, yellowish, off-white / tan color. It's the same color that many white plastic consumer items discolor to, after many years. It was probably purposely designed in this color so that when it does discolor over the years, there is little or no color change - it's already that ugly color. If I had known, I would've gotten it in black.As other reviews point out, the outlets are very tight when new (difficult to press the plugs into), but with use they loosen a bit and become less difficult to use. 3Works for chargers - WAY too much power cord. The switched outlets work, so the concept is a good one. I had envisioned being able to plug all my chargers into the strip and turn them on as I need them. I have connected all my chargers except the 2 Nooks (which have huge transformers). A Samsung phone, Samsung Tablet, and IPAD chargers all fit. Did have to put the phone on the end outlet because of plug orientation. This is a 4 star product for me because of the: 1. rather flimsy plastic construction, and 2. the heavy duty 5 foot long power cord they saw fit to put on it. No way this can sit on the back of my work surface with all that cord draped all over the place. It will be plugged into either my UPS, or a surge protector. Both of these are less than 2 feet from where the power strip will be installed. I am purchasing a suitable flat plug - not one that sticks out - and intend to shorten the power cord to get rid of the cable pile. The cord weighs more than the power strip.6 device chargers would draw maybe 50 watts between them (I am being generous), so it way TOO safe in terms of wattage rating. Computer peripherals do not like to be turned on and off as needed when the PC is running. Also, my CANON printers and scanners generate error messages if they are not powered up and down from their respective power switches, so this strip is really no help there. For chargers, it is ideal - but needs a bit of a redesign to accommodate charger design. Like it for that; really hate that HEAVY (can't be straightened out) power cord.This product needs to be wider, and longer to accommodate device chargers and allow better clearance for switches. These gadgets are all made in China, so I would think that this would not be a major engineering fete. I would also willingly pay more for a metal enclosure or more substantial plastic construction. I did see some products that might fit, but outlet spacing and orientation did not look promising. 4Breaking down after 4 months Six perpendicular outlets, individual switches, thought this was a no brainer and happily ordered one in white on August 27, which I've been using as individual switches for those power hungry gaming consoles of mine. First complaint, minor - it is absolutely not white. It's 1980s plastic beige, the sort you remember under the desks in the library. Yuck.As of January 3rd (or maybe a bit earlier - just the first I noticed), it's starting to fail me. The first switch has a flickering light and sure enough, there's a faint bit of noise when that switch is on, which is indicative of faulty wiring and a possible fire hazard - on top of just being bad for anything you plug into it.Bummer.Update: Rosewill sent me a replacement not long after I posted this review, which I appreciated.As of 4/26, the flickering is beginning again on the exact same switch with a different device plugged in.Again I say, "bummer." 1Great for a simple DJ light show. I work as a DJ and lighting technician in a small local club. Our operation is pretty small and pretty low budget, so expensive DMX lighting and controls were pretty much out of the question. Instead I've managed to put together a pretty decent set of plug-and-play lights, that work well and the crowd seems to like.The thing about plug-and-play DJ lights is the most don't have an onboard power switch, and even if they did, they're usually mounted out of reach. Enter this device. I mount it to the vertical shaft of the lighting stand, and its a convenient way to power all the effects and have a simple way of controlling them individually.Perfect for my application. 5Good, except for mounting slots. Strip worked as advertised, but like most things in life, I would have rather had the cord come out the other end.I was able to get rid of a few handy switches that I used on the old strip, that did the same thing this one does.The only problem I ran into, was finding a couple of screws that would install correctly for mounting keyholes.I ended up grinding down a couple of truss head lath screws (both diameter and crown), as the ONLY hardware that wouldwork with the slots, was a nail head; NOT!As an added note to the manufacturer: Since you use a cardboard box as packaging for the strip, PUT A COUPLE OF DRILL TARGETSON THE FRIGGING BOX TO MAKE IT EASIER FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS!It always drives me nuts when a wall mounting gadget does not have mounting targets on the box. I did not need this feature, as I was ableto use the existing holes, but most customers would find these printed mounting targets helpful. 4Good value for a switchable power strip This power strip is an inexpensive simple alternative to units costing twice as much. The reviews that indicate difficulty in inserting plugs into the sockets are understandable, as half of the sockets require a significant push on the plug to get them inserted. That said, once inserted, I am confident the plugs will remain in place...PROS - cost, length of cord, individual control of circuits is very helpful for semi permanent installationsCONS - signifcant force required on some socketsno "Master switch" for the entire strip, no "Hot socket" for daisy chaining additional unit(s)Overall, a good value for applications where controlling individual circuits is desired. 5Works; mounting slots aren't good It works. I even used an outlet testing device to make sure that all the outlets are properly grounded.It feels pretty cheap, but you have to expect that at this price.Really my only complaint is the mounting holes on the back. They're just one-way keyhole slots, and I think having them point the other direction would have been a better choice (4-way crosses would have been even better). If I was going to mount it vertically, I think I'd most likely want the cord at the bottom, but that would make gravity tend pull it out of the slots. For horizontal mounting, any tension on the cord would do the same.Also, the slots are poorly made. They're very shallow, and it took me a while to find screws that would fit. One of them is actually not on a flat part of the back; the whole thing tapers near the end, and the slot is partly on the tapered section. Anyway, I did manage to get it mounted horizontally. 4Good deal for a power strip with individual switches but beware the mounting slots! The product itself seems to be well made except for the cheap switches which wobble a little bit but that does not affect the general use of this item. The main complaint would be on the mounting slot, I do not get how a complete chain of design, manufacturing and quality assessment could have approved those tiny mounting slots. Did they ever tried to mount it with actual screws? I doubt so, the only screws which fit in the slots are 2.86mm (7/64 in) and I only had 2 of them somewhere in my screw collection. If the manufacturer happens to read this, please review the mounting slots, make them bigger and in a cross shape and you will have a winning product. I use it in my aquarium cabinet to switch devices on and off as needed and having the light in the switches to indicate current status is a real plus. 4
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