MOS Reach is a simple new power option from MOS, a company that has previously released products like the magnetic MOS and MOS Menos, created to organize wires in an intuitive method.

MOS Reach incorporates a three-prong power outlet and double USB ports with a three-foot cable television and a slim profile that is easy to place on wall surfaces and surface areas, transferring power electrical outlets that are inconveniently positioned behind and under furnishings.


Making use of adhesive, the MOS Reach can be adhered to a wall or atop a desk, making it simpler to ask for iOS tools, Macs, and various other electronics. It is developed to be flexible, bending and twisting around “any type of sort of furnishings or blockage” and it also includes magnetics and MOS cable ties to keep wires affixed when not connecteded into a tool.


– Get to provides you simple access to power electrical outlets that are or else blocked by furnishings– no additional crawling under workdesks or shimmying behind dressers to cost your devices.

– Reach has actually been created to be as inconspicuous as possible and its small size ensures that it’s never ever in the way whether you use it on your workdesk, your nightstand, or your wall.

– Reach combines your power outlets and USB wall surface adapters into an appealing portable all-in-one power solution.

– Reach helps you lower cord mess by making brilliant use of Neodymium magnetics combined with MOS wire associations to keeping out-of-use wires out of the way till you need them.

MOS Reach manages to charge laptop computers with its power port, and its two USB ports have sufficient ability (3.1 amps) to cost the iPad and the iPhone. The cable is enclosed in a soft-touch TPE jacket that is softer compared to the PVC generally utilized, baseding on MOS.

The MOS Reach is available in both black and white for $$ 25 for the very first 800 backers, with costs climbing to $$ 30 after that. The MOS Reach is anticipated to deliver in January of 2015.

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