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NBC Matt Granite

Many thanks to Matt Granite and NBC for the TV coverage. You can see it ...

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Julie the Gadgeteer, provides a plug for the Onplug as we continue to fight the vampires of power. Take a read and see the comments.http://the-gadgeteer.com/2011/07/04/save-energy-with-the-onplug/...

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Home Energy Hogs-CBC

The CBC delves into the world of phantom power to highlight some of the worst offending appliances that eat into your wallet each month as they gouge your electricity bill.Click here for full story...

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Its a Phantom Power Saver

We like to refer to this product as human behavior modification device. Not sanctioned by any reputable psychiatrist of course. People ask why they can't just unplug appliances and chargers that draw phantom power. The answer is they can and they should, but they rarely do. Sometimes we forget. Sometimes we find it hard to unplug, and harder to plug ...

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OnPlug Shipping Now PDF Print E-mail
Written by Product Management   
Wednesday, 02 February 2011 12:04

The OnPlug Power Saver began shipping to retailers in April 2011. With a suggested retail price of $9.99, retailers can offer their customers an effective means to begin saving power. As a 'Power Bar for One' the OnPlug fits onto any household power outlet with a look that even the most detailed home designer would accept above the kitchen counter.

Its small size is one of the key benefits of use in areas where a power bar would be too large or look out of place. The small size also allows two OnPlugs to fit adjacent outlets on the same wall receptacle.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 October 2011 14:01