Flipit USB Stealth Charger

Flipit USB Stealth Charger

How many times have you been at the airport or in a college classroom and realized you need to charge one of your electronic devices but there are no plugs available for your USB charger.  The Flipit USB Stealth Charger fixes that problem and allows you to share the plug that someone else is using.  Just slide the Flipit USB Charger open and its rotating power tab slides under the plug that is already in use sending power to your device and not interrupting the item that is plugged in.

Flipit usb charger inuse

Flipit USB Stealth Charger

  • USB Charger for your mobile devices
  • Leeches power directly from in-use power lines
  • Never go without charge because all the outlets are used-up!
  • Dimensions: 2.35 x 1.30 x 0.67 inches
  • Supplies 1000mA (1A) at 5V
  • Contact pad rotates 270 degrees for easy accessibility

Flipit USB Charger

You can purchase this neat USB charger at ThinkGeek for $13.99 and at Amazon.com from$14.93.

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2 Responses to “Flipit USB Stealth Charger”

  1. Of course since the reason that you need this device in the first place is because you CAN’T unplug something else, this is just short of brilliant.

    Because contrary to the advert “its rotating power tab slides under the plug that is already in use sending power to your device and not interrupting the item that is plugged in.” the instructional diagram (not to mention logic when you look at the thing) displays that you need to UNPLUG (Ie: interrupt) the device you’re about to plugshare with.

    Invent me one with a ring that goes around the power cord of the already-plugged-in device and jacks power from it via induction.

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