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Countertop Pop-Up Boxes 20 Amp GFI

(65 customer reviews)

Countertop Pop-Up Boxes 20 Amp GFI

(65 customer reviews)

The sleek and compact design offers a great option for installing a pop-up outlet into a countertop or floor. Pops up while in use and is out of the way and flush with the countertop when pushed down. Available in a variety of finishes including black, stainless, white, and brass.

VPU.SS

Stainless Steel

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VPU.WT

White

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Features:

  • Assembly comes with electrical box, outlet and plate assembly.
  • 20 amp GFCI Tamper Resistant receptacle.
  • ETLc Listed.
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Documentation

VPU.XX Spec Sheet

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VPU.XX Instructions

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3.89 out of 5 stars

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  1. RICARDO

    RICARDO

    Looks good, failed early, great support service

    I bought this product less than a year ago for my brand new stone peninsula. Worked well for a few months and suddenly stoped working upon running a regular hair drier on it. That was a boomer since these countertop plugs are quite expensive. I had an electrician check the installation and could not find anything wrong with it. The remainder of pugs connected to the safe GFS line kept functioning normally. I contacted the store and I received a brand new replacement unit within two days. Very happy with the service and looking forward to replacing the unit on my countertop. If this one runs normally the product and service are worth the price.

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  2. C. Shearer

    C. Shearer

    Lew Electric PUFP-CT-SS Countertop Pop Up Receptacle

    Lew products are made of high quality and being in the electrical trade you want a product that lasts, these flip top receptacles work great for counter tops or work areas that you want a clean surface when not in use.

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  3. LD

    LD

    Awesome product

    Spent tons of money on new granite counters and tile in the kitchen which all turned out great, but this little device gets most of the compliments. I come off looking like a genius for installing it. Very functional and high quality build and material. Wish I had space for another one.

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  4. j butler

    j butler

    Nice concept

    Nice product but it was bigger than the customer wanted

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  5. Paul Hinner

    Paul Hinner

    One Star

    Expensive, button jammed after few months.

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  6. dw71

    dw71

    Perfect

    Easy to install and looks great!!

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  7. Jesse Bach

    Jesse Bach

    Power from the future

    Looks great on our black quartz counter tops. The electrician said it looked like it was right out of Star Trek. The button to make it pop up is hard to press down like some of the reviewers mentioned, but it’s working and it looks sleek.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    Amazon Customer

    Button is massively hard to push to pop open.

    The product itself is solid and has nice electric access, but the push button in incredibly hard to push. My wife and kids cannot open the device ever — usually need to use a pencil or other aid to punch the button enough to get it to pop open. Unfortunately, we only discovered this after the contractor installed it, so we may be sorta hosed.

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