The days of trying to hide the extension cord running to your home stereo with a plant are over. The Extō+4 extension cord and outlet from Conway Electric is more piece of art than simply a way to get power from point A to point B, making it something you'll actually want on display. The cotton cord is woven on 50-year-old machines from the Pacific Northwest and the full assembly is put together in Seattle from mostly domestic sources. A cast aluminum housing sits on non-slip, non-marking urethane feet so it won't move once in place, or it can be mounted to any surface with a couple screws. On the technical side, the Extō4 is comprised of 8 feet of 14-guage, 15 amps rated FT-2 flame test cord that's also impervious to oil and water, and a 1800 max watts rating. It also just so happens to be the only 4-outlet modular power source with internal tamper resistant barriers protecting the electric current from little objects, helping prevent shock. Available fully blacked out or in a somewhat more tame ACDC white and black duo.