Find answers to commonly asked questions about our brand and products.
Do You Offer Docking Drawer Discounts?
There are several ways to save on Docking Drawer outlets. See which program works for you, and if you still have concerns about affordability, please reach out.
What is a Warehouse Deal?
Save on new or like-new products covered by our full 2-year warranty. Learn about our recertification process and explore deals today!
Where to Buy Docking Drawer Products
Docking Drawer is proud to offer our safe and functional electrical solutions to consumers all over the world. Buy direct on our website or source from local electrical and hardware distributors, as well as online retail partners. Use the lists below
What is the difference between a GFCI Receptacle & a GFI Outlet?
One of the most common misconceptions in the electrical world is the difference between a GFCI receptacle and a GFI outlet. A common conversation when discussing receptacles may be referring to a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) as simply a gr
What's the Difference Between 30W and 60W USB-C (PD) Outlets?
Our Blade Series outlets come in a variety of configurations, many of which feature USB-C Power Delivery (PD) ports. We recently expanded these USB-C (PD) configurations, now offering the option to choose between 30 and 60 watt versions. In this blog
What is the Difference Between USB-C and USB-C with PD?
Technology moves quickly—and Docking Drawer does, too!. That’s why we’ve added Docking Drawer Blade and Blade Duo charging outlets featuring USB-C with Power Delivery to our offerings. Now you can quickly, safely charge cell phones or tablets faster
Can You Hardwire a Docking Drawer Trio Outlet?
Hardwiring a corded device such as our Docking Drawer Trio in-drawer outlets is technically feasible; however, it results in a modification that renders the outlet's certifications void.
Can I Use a 15 Amp Safety Outlet on a 20 Amp Circuit?
When it comes to electrical outlets and circuits in the US, there is a common misconception that a 20 amp outlet is required for a 20 amp circuit. However, it's important to clarify that you can indeed use a 15 amp outlet on a 20 amp circuit.