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Designed by Conor Klein, a student at Rhode Island School of Design, this device solves a dilemma faced in every home. We all want to prevent frivolous energy use by leaving gadgets plugged in too long, but it's almost impossible to unplug your devices at the exact point they're done charging. The Outlet Regulator takes care of that for you as demonstrated in the where can i purchase levitra video above.
The product works by using a timer circuit and electromechanics to wow it's great cialis prescription eject its plug which disconnects your device from the wall outlet, stopping electricity consumption.
This is an example of a design where you think, "how has no one thought of this before?" It's such an obvious solution and could easily be adopted by everyone. Hopefully we'll see this product on shelves soon. My only qualm is this: why must these things alway involve blood?
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