Electric appliances are often the last things you need in your home.
And they’re also expensive.
And when you buy an appliance, you’re usually getting one that’s not made in the U.S. or that is only compatible with certain types of appliances.
But a new kind of outlet that’s being built for consumers in Asia is making electric appliances cheaper and easier to install.
It comes from a company called The Electric Store.
The Electric Store is building a $60,000 electric appliance outlet that connects to a wall outlet and has a built-in power bank to help consumers save money when they buy new appliances.
It’s designed to plug into a wall or other receptacle and will have a power bank that can automatically turn on a wall switch when the appliance’s battery is low.
“If you are looking for a cheap, easy way to have more energy at home, this is a great way to go,” said The Electric Owner, Scott Smith, who helped build the appliance.
The company, which sells electrical appliances to small and mid-sized businesses and is based in Shanghai, said the outlet will cost about $50 to $60 less than an outlet designed for gas or electricity.
It’s expected to be available in China in the second quarter of 2018.