When you’re searching for a in drawer charging station or in drawer power outlet we have the outlet and charging solutions you’re looking for. From USB charging stations to 120 volt power outlets for hair dryers or appliances we have a full range of in drawer power solutions.
In Drawer USB Charging & Power Outlets
These combination outlets offer USB charging ports along with standard power outlets for electronics. They are great for smart watches, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, and electronics that draw 3 amps or less. They are not made for high power items such as hair curlers or hair dryers.
Simply plug in your USB cord or plug into one of the outlets to put away your devices and allow them to charge. This cleans off your countertops in your kitchen and bathroom.
In Drawer Power Outlets For Appliances
Whether it’s the kitchen or the bathroom having power outlets in your drawers makes it a snap to use your daily electronics and appliances. Whether it be your hair dryer, curling iron, blender, mixer, or personal electronics such as a tablet or smartphone everything will be ready to use when you need it.
You won’t be searching for an outlet to plug your mixer or blender in. Simply lift the mixer out and turn it on. No need to unplug your toaster next time you’re ready to make a smoothie. Just use, clean, and simplify your life.
Kitchen Drawer Charging Stations
The kitchen is fast becoming a family meeting and favorite social area. With quieter dish washers and finer cabinetry, countertops, and dining tables it is a great place to enjoy each other’s company. Keeping our tablets, smartphones, laptops, and other electronics charged and ready for action is a must in today’s ever increasingly digital world. Being able to also have a spot to charge your USB devices without wall adapters makes life simpler. This means more than just your smartphone or tablet, but also USB speakers, or USB flashlights.
Bathroom Drawer Charging Stations
For bathrooms the use of hair dryers, curling irons, flat irons, and other hair care electronics is very common. Having all of the hair care tools laying out on the counter adds to clutter and cuts down on the counter space to have all of the other hygiene and beauty items we all use.
Being able to simply open a drawer, grab the plow dryer, and switch it on without having to find the end of the cord and find an available outlet makes mornings easier. It also makes it easier to keep our houses organized and free from clutter. Not all drawer charging or power stations are made to handle the amps that these items require. This means that heavier duty in-drawer power outlets are necessary.
Plug In Drawer Charging Systems
These drawer power systems are simple to install and to hook up to your house’s power. They simply plug into a regular power outlet. There are options for charging systems that you use with your wall charging power converter, and those that are ready to just simply plug in 4 of your higher power personal devices without the use of the AC adapters.
Hard Wire Drawer Charging Systems
These are the best option when you need to plug in your high power or high amperage electronic devices. These are necessary for the bathroom applications as hair dryers, hot irons and the like draw a good amount of power and need to be plugged into a regular outlet with a GFCI. GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, and it is an important safety feature. It cuts the power to an outlet when it senses that the power is taking an unintended path, such as through a person or water. That means it keeps you safe if your hands are wet or the hair dryer falls in a sink full of water.
Choosing The Right Drawer Charging System
Depending on your needs you can choose from charging systems that only have low draw outlets or USB ports, or you can use the more robust GFCI hardwired outlets for your higher power devices and appliances. If you want the simplicity of being and to just have a USB wire plugged into a USB port in your drawer a slim USB charging system will work for you.
If you want the flexibility of plugging any low power personal electronic device choosing a unit that has regular 2 prong outlets is a great choice. For 3 prong electronic devices like hair dryers you will need to invest in drawer outlet systems that are rated to deliver that much power, and have a licensed electrician install the drawer. This keeps you safe and ensures that it has been done correctly to keep you safe.