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Belkin 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector Reduced to $15.19 For Prime Day

Anne Kocsis Contributor
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The one product you’re college student can’t live without might not be what you think. It’s not bedding, towels, or a mini fridge. It’s actually a good expandable outlet. Today, more than ever, everyone needs outlets. Think about the average small dorm room. Students need to plug in their cell phone chargers, earphone chargers, laptop chargers, TV cords, microwave cords, mini fridge cords, and lamps for a start. Some students might also have printers, gaming systems, irons, hair dryers, curling and flat irons for hair, rechargeable calculators, and more. Most dorms were built decades okay before the need for all these cords. Given that, the students are lucky to have an outlet on each wall-that’s 3, maybe 4, max. With today’s charging needs, that is nowhere near enough outlets for two students.
Enter the need for a multi-outlet mechanism. Here is an option that will safely hold all your plugs: the Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector. This cord has room for 12 plugs! This is a great addition to your standard wall outlets. The gray surge protector has an 8 foot cord and works equally well for computers and office equipment. According to the manufacturer, it safeguards computers, appliances, home theater equipment. It has a 3,940 Joule-energy rating. This is what you want when you leave your children in a dorm. The item is also backed by a lifetime warranty.
(Photo via Amazon)

(Photo via Amazon)

The best part? It’s on sale now as one of Amazon’s Prime Day Deals. This product retails for $24.99 and it would still be a great deal. I highly recommend you get at least one now for the amazing sale price of only $15.19. It is sturdy, durable, and easy to use. You may want to get one for your student, and others for your home and office needs. Click below to buy now. You’ll be glad you did. Don’t forget to tell your friends!
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