Normally if someone would want to take out a electrical plug, they would need to switch off the power and pull it out with a considerate amount of energy.This Conceptual but visible idea allows just one finger to do all the job. Using see-saw concept, the plug would be ejected from a plastic right underneath the plug when the button on the top of the plug head enclosure is being pressed. And when it is being ejected, the live connection would be cut of as the 'see-saw' leaves the metal strip. The button does not just function as a button but also as an indicator of whether the electricity is on.
Born in Singapore, Nicholas Tay is a designer that designs solutions for the daily existing problems that people faces. Inspirations of solutions shown in his designs come from the very simple objects we use and implement as concepts that would drive the product to the next level. Interestingly, his love for LED and design came when he was in his tertiary education at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. 'Designs must have a tint of realism and creativity in order people to love and admire your works' is his motto in doing a conceptual design for the world to see.