Never Hide Your Cords Again!

Posted by Jos Schorr on

Given all of the advancements in technology over the last century, it is surprising that the extension cord, an essential everyday tool, has not evolved into a more aesthetically pleasing device.

Introducing electroVine!

Traditional extension cords are the product of cold industrial design, which had no regard for creating an item that fits naturally into our homes and living/working environments. Typical cords are ugly visual noise that make personal and professional environments feel like they are full of trip wire traps, unnatural snakes, and hideous electrical spider webs. They ruin the well-planned look of your wedding reception or cocktail party ... they create an eyesore when powering patio lights or fans ... and they stand out as obvious, unattractive cables throughout every other area where they are in use.

With the introduction of the electroVine, we are finally providing a better option.

An electroVine is an extension cord designed to resemble a plant, specifically an ivy vine. It is a green extension cord that has repositionable ivy leaf clusters sprouting along its length that make it look like a tranquil vine instead of a typical unsightly extension cord.

Features and Specifications:

  • 6 feet (1.8 meter) long
  • Indoor/outdoor rated
  • 3-prong grounded plug
  • 14 gauge
  • 15 amp
  • 125V/1875 watts
  • UL Listed (United States and Canada)
  • 26 independently repositionable ivy leaf clusters
  • Comes fully assembled

You can customize the look of your electroVine. The 26 clusters of lifelike leaves can be positioned along the cord wherever they're needed. For example, if part of your cord will be out of sight behind the couch, you can adjust it by sliding all of your leaf clusters to reside on the part of the cord that will be exposed and open in plain sight.

It is important to us that we provide an effective, great looking product that is in compliance with well-known Safety standards. We are very happy to say that electroVine meets UL's safety requirements and carries the UL Listing Mark for the United States and Canada.

We hope you decide to join us in harvesting the world’s first crop of electroVines and introduce our electrifying flora to yours and to other modern ecosystems!


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