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Announcing Innovative New Gadget For Apple Users: A Side-Facing Wall OutletAdapter, Jugg

How many times have you been working on your laptop and it dies in the middle of something important only for you to realize that the charger fell out of the wall socket? It’s beyond frustrating, and we’re sure you’re tired of it, too! That’s why Green Suitcase LLC created Jugg, a flush-to-the-wall, side-facing power adapter that prevents this very thing from happening.


Launching April 2022, this problem-solving product snaps in with your existing Apple chargers including MacBook and MacBook Pro chargers, as well as 10W, 12W, and 29W iPad chargers. The Jugg adapter directs your charge cord down along the wall to eliminate unnecessary cord wear and fraying. Your charger will easily fit behind the tightest spaces; no more poking out of the wall, falling out of the outlet, or not fitting inside your laptop bag. With a sleek and seamless design, the foldable outlet prongs lay flush into the charger’s body making it perfect for life on the go.


Sign up for updates on our website, and you'll be one of the first to know when our campaign goes live so you can save 50% when you reserve your Jugg! Also, stay tuned for more on Jugg on Kickstarter so you can be the first to get your hands on this simple solution.


Founder, Robert Leahey created his tech and product-design firm, Green Suitcases in Cambridge, MA to help everyday people realize our products' full potential and guide them through every step from ideation to mass production. Jugg is one of its soon to be launched products that combines the company's expertise in tech as well as innovation into one package with a simple solution to everyday problems.


Green Suitcases:

Tucked away on a small side street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and nestled halfway between Harvard University and MIT, you'll find a handful of scrappy designers, tinkerers and inventors helping to make product ideas a reality. Welcome to Green Suitcases. Our boutique product-design firm offers consulting services that include initial product review, auto-cad renderings, 3-D printing services, and third-party sourcing and manufacturing.


​Why the name Green Suitcases? Because in everyday life, people often carry around nifty product design ideas neatly packed away in the back of their mind, almost as if carrying suitcases filled with genius. We've also integrated the color green into our name because we strive to be a plastics-neutral organization.


​If you’re carrying around Green Suitcases, get in touch with us and we'll see how we can unpack your idea, sketch some initial concepts, maybe 3-D print a few prototypes, and then, hey, let's see where it takes us!




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