Docking Drawer announces the release of their newest innovation, a fully unified in-drawer outlet solution

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Docking Drawer, the leader and first to market with electrical outlets designed specifically for use inside of a drawer, announced the release of a new unified line of in-drawer outlets.

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New Docking Drawer Blade Series Outlets

With outlets previously available in 3 amp (for charging technology) and 20 amp (for powering hair dryers and small appliances), the newest line of Blade Series outlets now combines charging and powering capabilities into a single, standard 15 amp configuration.

“The new 15 amp Blade Series outlet combines the best of charging and powering into a unified configuration that can be installed into any type of drawer to power or charge every type of device including hair dryers, cell phones, tablets, laptops, and more,” says Docking Drawer President, Scott Dickey. “This bridges the previously existing gap between our charging and powering solutions.”

Designed with simplicity in mind, these new outlets now simply plug in to make specification and electrical planning easy and lowering overall project costs when compared with previous hardwired solutions, which required multiple visits by an electrician to connect power.

The new 15 amp Blade Series outlets are ETL Listed for use in the US & Canada and include various safety features, including a patented interlocking thermostat that de-energizes the outlet if the surrounding temperature exceeds set standards. Easy to install into any drawer type and available in 3 finishes and a variety of configurations, these outlets are designed to eliminate surface clutter and create purposeful spaces by charging and powering everyday devices safely while they remain plugged into the drawer, out of sight and always at the ready.

To help meet demands of consistent popularity in large scale projects, Docking Drawer has also launched “Project Packs”, a new offering to better meet the needs of high volume requests.

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