Wet Circuits Power Strip Review

Posted: Feb 4 2011, 11:46am CST | by , in Reviews | I4U Gadget Reviews

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Surge protector won't shock and can survive water


The Wet Circuits surge strip looks like your typical four outlet surge protector. It has a special design that keeps water out and prevents shocks when electrical objects are inserted. The device also promise to help reduce the chance of fire form carbon build-up.

In Use

At first glance, the Wet Circuits surge strip looks just like any other surge protector you would use in your house. When you start to look at the specs of the thing, you see that it is not your typical surge protector. The device was designed to prevent shocks and keep water out.

The company does specify that the Wet Circuits surge strip is not for use under water, which is hilarious to me. I guess if they didn’t say that some moron would try to use it underwater in the pool or something.

The Wet Circuits surge strip is perfect for a home with small children since it is designed to prevent shocks even if something metal is crammed into the outlets on the strip. If you have a computer that is in a room where a child can get to the power cords this would be the perfect surge strip. This would also be ideal for outdoor lite up decorations during the holidays.

The maker says that the strip can survive snow and temporary flooding as long as it's not under water for more than two hours. The outlets in the strip can survive 5,000 plug and unplug cycles each, which means it, will last for years and years. The only downside to this thing is that it is expensive at $70.



  • Works well
  • Very safe


  • Expensive


The Wet Circuits power strip is very safe and waterproof. It’s perfect for the safety conscious person with small kids in the home.


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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
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