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Wind-tap / Wind-tap

Wind-tap

People have the experience of using multiple-tap when various outlets are needed under their desks or when connection has to be made with distant items. However, once connection is linked, there are times when it feels as if the long length of multiple-tap is unnecessary.The remaining length is neglected or stepped on or even fixed with firm string. However, it holds the problems of dirty dust becoming piled up or even looking unattractive. Wind-tap differs from previous multiple-tap because the body includes a split and allows for the multiple-tap to organize the cords.

University

Hoseo University

Hoseo University
Asan, South Korea

Design

Hoseo University

Hoseo University
Asan, South Korea

Design

Hoseo University

Hoseo University
Incheon, South Korea