Pop-up power

Point Pod provides access to power points and USB sockets without compromising the design of a kitchen.

Point Pod provides access to power points and USB sockets without compromising the design of a kitchen.

The hidden pop-up power outlet is neatly concealed within a stone or timber benchtop and uses an electric lift. Simply press the top of the unit and it emerges from the benchtop ready for use.

After two years of product development, prototypes, patents and testing Point Pod is ready to be launched into the market in 2018. Designed by a registered builder who saw the frustrations around benchtop power, Point Pod is set to revolutionise bench spaces and leave them looking great.

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