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240 Volt Belt

mains extension lead that keeps up your trousers
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You'll never be without a mains electric extension lead again when you have a 240 Volt Belt.

As the lead doubles back on itself twice, it is quite long when fully deployed ie about 12 feet.
• Uses super soft, flat style flex, so only suitable for low amp consumption ie projectors, laptops, lighting connections etc.
• Comes with a plug at one end with folding flat pins, and super slim socket at the other.
• Both ends double up as belt buckle connectors when holding trousers in place.

note - health and safety. 240 Volt Belt must be fully removed before use.

xenzag, Apr 08 2009


       Ha - I'm seeing Batman's (60s incarnation) utility belt here - and health and safety can go whistle; I'm live, and ready to go! [+]
zen_tom, Apr 08 2009

       Could alternatively be worn as an artificial tail.
Aristotle, Apr 08 2009

       Will there be European continental adaptors on show in the Milan couture event?
Jinbish, Apr 08 2009

       I want one. I want one so bad I'm contemplating sewing an extension cord onto my existing belt. [+]
gisho, Apr 08 2009

       Wonder how you got the idea for this?
leinypoo13, Apr 08 2009

       I think therefore I amp.
xenzag, Apr 08 2009

       Ah, I was hoping for a belt that concealed an array of lithium polymer batteries around your waist, an inverter, and a plug socket. Then you could plug stuff straight into your belt, anywhere you are.
mitxela, Apr 08 2009

       So whenever you need an extension you have to do without pants?
loonquawl, Apr 09 2009

       Around here the only things that use 240 V are the dryers, welders, heaters, and other high-amp hardware like stage lighting.
RayfordSteele, Apr 09 2009


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