March 05, 2016

Sleek Snap-on Outlet Coverplate Has Built-in USB charger.

Requires no wires or batteries and leaves all outlets free for use.

Back of snap power outlet and coverThe USB charger featured in this video is from SnapPower.  For more information Click Here.

Draws Power Directly from Terminal Screws
Tabs on the back of the cover plate make contact with the terminal screws on the outlet eliminating any need for wiring.


Man placing snappower over outlet


Simply Snap the Cover Plate in Place
Installation is as simple as removing the existing cover plate and replacing it with the SnapPower unit.  The USB charger has constant power without batteries.


Snapower outlet


Leaves All Outlets Free for Use
Outlets, especially on a kitchen backsplash, are at a premium with plenty of appliances vying for their use.  Also, the device's slim design means that it protrudes from the wall only a fraction of an inch.

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