punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack
 
punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack
nov 29, 2013

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack

 

 

 

‘punkt.: ES’ 01 extension socket by georges moanack punkt. launches its third product: the ‘ES 01’ by georges moanack at the fall edition of  maison et objet 2012.the design is an original extension socket that has been conceived to tackle a ubiquitous lifestyle problem: cable clutter.  the device houses five sockets and is available in a range of versions to comply with the different power supply standards of a wide selection of countries. the young colombian worked on the ‘ES 01’ under the art direction of jasper morrison.

 

discover how the punkt. es 01 extension socket is made in a short production video of the object, below.

 

 


the making of the es 01
video courtesy of punkt.

 

 

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack
five sockets are housed within the devices

 

 

 

punkt. ES 01: all of your cables and plugs converge neatly in the ES 01 extension socket, tucked away under its sleek rounded lid. convert cable chaos into a clean design feature for the home or office. no hiding power stations under furniture, no crouching down to untangle dusty cables,and no power damage to your devices; just an attractive,sturdy design piece that blends in well with all interiors and simplifies cable management. get organized and power your gadgets and devices with the ES 01! ‘I wanted to make crawling under furniture to untangle cables a thing of the past, and the design challenge was to find an attractive and accessible solution to this problem.’ says georges moanack.

 

 

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack
top view of the cable disk

 

– five sockets: plug up to five devices into the ES 01, creating a functional hub.
– removable lid: the ES 01 hides all the plugs and power cables under its sleek lid. the cleverly designed, robust locking system offers one-touch opening.
– single power switch: the tactile rubber power switch on top of the es 01 means simultaneous on/off operation of all the devices plugged in, a soft white led light indicates the status.
– cleverly positioned sockets: inside the ES 01 the sockets are positioned to accommodate power supplies that normally cover two or three sockets, enabling you to power plugs and AC adapters of different shapes and sizes.
– overload protection: forget about replacing burnt fuses! in the event of a power overload the resettable fuse immediately cuts the circuit, automatically protecting your appliances. to start up again simply press the fuse reset button on the base.
– c-clip cable guide: the cables coming out of the es 01 can be neatly grouped using the versatile rubber c-clip provided: cable clutter is tamed not only under the lid but on the outside too.
– 3 metre fabric power cord: the ES 01’s great-looking fabric power cord is a generous 3 metres in length, ensuring ample cover for different settings.with the lid on to keep dust out of the sockets.

 

 

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack

available in black, white and red

 

there’s no need to hide the good-looking es 01, so stow your power supplies in a clean design feature  and keep them within reach. clever cable management  the ES 01 cleverly responds to all of your cable management needs by giving you a flexible socket layout, a removable lid, and a c-clip to group your power leads. energy saving made simple .the on/off switch on top of the es 01 helps reduce energy consumption by shutting off the power supply to all the devices plugged in. a soft white led light indicates the status.ES 01 versions for different countries*the ES 01 is available in a range of versions to comply with the different power supply standards of a wide selection of countries.

 

 

punkt.: ES 01 extension socket by georges moanack

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  • looks like you only hide the plugs and not the cables ( is there a spool I haven’t noticed ?)… my cable clutter usually arises from excess cable length, not unsightly plugs. Furthermore : is there a way to mount the hub on a wall or on the side of a cabinet ?

    Romain M.
  • @Ark Hello, it’s Marcia from Punkt. I think you’ll be surprised at the number and type of AC adapters that actually fit inside (and under the lid) of the ES 01.

    Marcia Caines
  • @newwheel Hello, it’s Marcia from Punkt. You can actually put the lid on top of the power lead once your devices are plugged in. The ES 01 hidesall the plugs and power cables under its lid. You can switch the power supply to all the devices on/off with the power switch on top of the ES 01.

    Marcia Caines
  • Hello @punktless, both plugs and cables converge under the lid and hide the cable mess – cutting out cable clutter.

    Marcia Caines
  • Hello @Alex, I work at Punkt.. Anything more than 5 sockets would have increased the proportions of the ES 01 and therefore spoilt the design and size. The sockets are cleverly positioned inside so that you can fit different sized adapters and plugs creating a fully functional hub. Hope that answers your question. Marcia

    Marcia Caines
  • Nice, but impossible to fit small chargers we all had inside this without blocking other ports…

    Fab
  • The majority of the plugs that currently give me a clutter issue would not fit the those sockets let alone fit under the lid.

    Ark
  • I think I’d use it, but throw away the lid. Gets in the way..

    NewWheel
  • Such a large object to reduce “clutter”?

    punktless
  • Why 5 sockets and not 6? Anything exept this is very clear to me, and the design is cute.

    Alex

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