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Punkt ES 01: Reduce Your Cable Squid by 75%

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How big is your cable squid? Mine is pretty big, and threatening to take over more and more space on and around my desk. It’s never been easy to organize cables, but Switzerland’s Punkt seeks to change this by simply hiding away all of your cables in a sleek box.

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The Punkt ES 01 was designed by Georges Moanack, and it allows you to tuck away cables under its rounded lid. Chaos becomes organized, and it’s good looking enough that you won’t be worried if people see it in your home office. Its neutral colors blend in with most interiors. It’s got a soft white LED that indicates its power status.

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The ES 01 has 5 sockets, a removable lid, and a central power button to power all of the outlets off simultaneously. The way that the sockets are positioned is supposed to allow you to plug in power supplies that cover two or three sockets.

The ES 01 comes in red, white or black and will be available shortly. Unfortunately, it looks like it’s only going to be available with European sockets for now.

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