Docking Drawer manufactures power strips, but what makes them different is that they are designed to be installed at the back of a drawer or cabinet. These special power strips allow you to get rid of clutter on top of your desk, nightstand, or chest of drawers. There are two types of power strips offered by Docking Drawer: the powering outlets and the charging outlets.
Docking Drawer’s powering outlets, also known as Style Drawers, are ideal for bathroom vanities, office desks, and living room and bedroom drawers. These powering outlets offer a maximum current of 20 amps, making them perfect for powering high-powered appliances, such as curling irons and hair dryers.
One great feature incorporated into these outlets is the UL-Listed thermostat. This thermostat automatically cuts power that goes into the outlet when the temperature around the unit spikes to 120˚F and beyond. This feature helps reduce the risk of overheating and fire in case you forget to unplug a device from the outlet.
Docking Drawer also offers charging outlets. The upside? These products are more versatile than powering outlets. However, they are less powerful compared to powering outlets. The charging outlets can be used in offices, kitchens, living rooms, and more. They are equipped with a UL-Listed circuit breaker to make sure that hairdryers and other high-powered devices will not turn on when plugged into charging outlets.
But are They Safe for Home or Office Use?
Yes, Docking Drawer outlets are safe for use at home or in the office. Each unit is tested repeatedly for consumer safety, and Docking Drawer products are ETL Listed to UL 962a standard. This means that it is legal to use in US households and buildings. The products will also pass home and building inspections.
Docking Drawer outlets are legal to use in Australia, Europe, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Some Docking Drawer products are also legal to use in Canada.
You’re the type of person who often forgets things, especially if they’re out of sight. If you’re terrified that you might forget and leave the hairdryer on inside your bathroom vanity drawer, then don’t be. Docking Drawer’s in-drawer outlets are code-compliant, and as mentioned above, they are equipped with a UL-Listed thermostat that automatically cuts off power to the device when the temperature surrounding it goes beyond 120°F. That’s one less thing for you to worry about.
Plus, check out this video for more information on how to install a Docking Drawer in-drawer outlet.