The Socket Shelf can solve all of your device charging woes
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The Socket Shelf can solve all of your device charging woes

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With our phones, tablets, laptops, and portable speakers, we have more devices to charge than ever before. If you’re tired of dealing with tangled cords and running out of outlet space, the Socket Shelf will keep your devices organized and solve your charging woes.

How It Works

The Socket Shelf allows you to charge up to 8 devices at one time, which is especially helpful for families with multiple devices. It turns a regular AC outlet into an outlet with 6 wide spaced AC ports and 2 USB ports. The built in shelf helps you prop up and organize devices while you charge.

Extra Storage

The built in shelf on the Socket Shelf is perfect for crowded charging areas. Use it to prop up your tablet while you charge and make a recipe in the kitchen, or place your hair styling tools on it in the bathroom. It’s also the perfect spot for your Alexa device or a speaker.

Why Customers Love It

With over 400 customer reviews on Amazon and an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars, the Socket Shelf is getting some serious praise. Customers loved that they were able to clear off counter space while they charged their devices. Some used it to keep their phones safe from spilled water on their bedside table. The Socket Shelf was also useful in shared bathrooms where electric razors, hair styling tools, and electric toothbrushes all needed to be charged at once.

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