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Cyberbooth# 160
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Plug Tight [tm]
Category: Industrial, Construction, Home and Garden

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Unique features & benefits:

Whether staging a glamorous star-studded event like the Academy Awards, or whether working on the nuts and bolts construction of a house - lots of electrical cords are required to supply lighting and to power all the needed equipment, tools, and instruments.

In many situations, various electrical cords are joined together in order to power tools and equipment across a vast distance when there are limited power outlets.

But when the cords are stretched too tight, the plugs come apart and the job must be stopped until the plugs are reconnected again. With certain projects and on-site locations, this can even be life-threatening to the contractor.

The methods usually utilized to prevent the plugs from coming loose is to provide extra slack and tying it in a knot. But knotted cords get hung up on objects and are an inefficient and dangerous solution.

The Plug Tight is a universal plug connector that is a slim-shaped, oval shell that is affixed to each plug end to prevent accidentally disconnected power cords. When you need to attach any two cords together, you just lock the two shells together to form a seamless, locked, protective cover over the connected plugs.

Benefits include:

  • interchangeable locking system - one side fits all plugs- all halves are made to fit each other perfectly.- can be used on all power tools and electrical cords
  • easy to install, takes just seconds to plug and lock
  • made of tough ABS plastic - won't wear down or break
  • perfect for construction, mechanical, gardening, hobbies, etc. around the home or on the job
  • slides over objects with ease - allows user the freedom to move around without worrying that it will get caught on objects including stairs, ladders, saw horses, shrubs, rocks and other obstacles.

Target market:

Catalogs which include tools, special gifts, woodworkers, home improvement, gardening, etc.

A multifaceted range of contractors - including paint contractors, carpet cleaning, plumbers, construction workers, gardeners, mechanics, and home owner market of home improvement do-it-yourselfers and arts, woodworkers, and crafts hobbyists.

Cross-over markets include all types of special events from school functions to stadium games, theatre, movie and TV production companies, musicians. Government applications include park maintenance departments, freeway cleanup crews, meritime, military.

Inventor is seeking:


Note: Product is patented.

Plug Tight won the First Place Award in the category of Best Electrical Device at the 1997 Invention Convention®.

Contact information
Contact: Alysia Giffin Title: President
Organization: KAAS, Inc.
Address: 1160 Tara Ct., Bldg A, Rocklin, CA 95765
Phone: 800 471-0371
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