MyNolla x Roosa Ojanen


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MyNolla Black/Roosa power strip is a modern and dashing extension with a top sheet designed by young Finnish designer Roosa Ojanen. The boldly pink top sheet depicting sprawling foliage is a charming addition to the MyNolla product family and brightens up anyinterior with a fresh splash of color. The minimalist design, high-quality materials and thoughtful functionality make MyNolla power strip a delicious detail of any interior.
Product Details

MyNolla Strip is finished and assembled by hand. The extension cord has three child-proof electrical sockets equipped with safety shutters and a stylish power button with a white LED light for easier control of electricity use. It's designed in a way that it can be disassembled and repaired if needed to support a longer life cycle, and offer value in daily use. MyNolla Strip is designed, developed and made in Finland.

Electrical rating: 16A 250V~, Max: 3680W
Socket type: 3x CEE 7/3 (Schuko/Type F)
Plug type: Right angle plug (CEE 7/7)
Cable: (3x 1,5mm²)
Cable material: PVC
Body material: PC/ABS
Body color: Black
212 x 71 x 44mm
Weight: 870g
Top Sheet surface material: Birch Plywood
Top sheet backing material:
Birch Plywood

Shipping & Returns

We send our packages via Posti safely to all European countries. Free shipping for orders over 150€.

Shipping rates are calculated at checkout. Returns are always free in European Union countries.

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Carbon footprint compensation

The total carbon footprint of MyNolla Strip was calculated as 3,99 kg CO2 eq. The footprint was calculated and modeled using the SimaPro life cycle analysis program.

MyNolla’s entire production footprint is offset with the help of forest carbon sink projects in Finland. A detailed calculation and explanation of how we offset the carboon footprint can be found here