Belkin Conserve

Posted: March 19, 2011 in Uncategorized
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I’ll admit, I love to save energy! Whenever I leave a room, I make sure to turn off the lights. Although the other people in my house can’t say the same thing, I try. I’m constantly telling them to turn the lights off when they leave a room. And no, I mean when they leave the room for more than 1/2 hour. I’m also always unplugging everything from the walls. Phantom power sucks, literally, money out of your wallet. Even if an appliance is turned completely turned off it is still using energy. Yes, it is very stupid but also very true. So one day I was just surfing the web and came across this awesome product! It only costs $9.99 and can help reduce your electric bill. I bought some during spring break to try them out and they work great! You plug it  into the wall and then plug-in your appliance be it the toaster, TV or cellphone and do nothing. When you want to use the appliance you simply push the button on top and it allows the flow of power to the appliance. After a pre-determined time, the device automatically cuts all power saving you money!

Save Energy with Timed Power

Conserve Socket™

Power Timer
  • Reduce standby power
  • Three settings—30 minutes, 3 hours or 6 hours
  • Automatic shutoff

Conserve Socket

It’s the easy way to save energy—anywhere in your home.

save energy anywhere in your home

  • Use it to shut off standby power after your electronic devices are fully
  • charged.
  • Turn off curling irons and straighteners to save energy and prevent fire
  • hazard.
  • Shut off lights, fans and heaters to avoid leaving them on indefinitely.

Save Energy with Timed Power

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