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Wet Circuits

Put safety first with a power strip designed to resist the elements

by Jasmine Kounang in Tech on 23 September 2010

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Taiwan-based technology company Shohero recently introduced a power strip that protects more than just electronics. Wet Circuits resists water so that even in a short-term flood, your computer stays on and no one gets electrocuted. The design incorporates child safety measures too, as well as overheating protection, spark prevention and a lifespan four times longer than standard competitors.

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Perfect for hooking up electronics in the kitchen, bathroom, outdoors or anywhere it might catch a spill, the power strips sell for $70 from the Wet Circuits site.

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