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This Power Cord Is Nice as Hell (No, Seriously)

December 1, 2016 Tech By

General Electric and Shinola — two iconic American companies — have partnered on a line of household accessories aptly named the Shinola x GE collaboration. It consists of beautiful wall clocks, all built in Shinola’s Detroit headquarters, and a robust range of power supply cords built in Rockford, Michigan. The FCC-approved power cords feature a die-cast metal construction and cords that are designed not to kink or bend. The Shinola Power Supply Cords and Shinola Runwell Wall Clock are available today, Thursday, December 1.

The power supply cords are available in orange and cream. The wall clocks come in white, blue and black. They are available in all Shinola’s US retail stores and on Shinola’s website.
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