If you've ever retracted an automatic extension cord you know that by the time the plug reaches you it's traveling faster than a bullwhip. Not so with the RoboReel which gently and safely retracts the cable with an electric motor.
Inside the oil, gas, and chemical resistant plastic sphere is 50 feet of heavy 12-gauge electrical extension cord that can be retracted at the push of a button. The RoboReel is also rather intelligent, preventing the cord from being rewound when current is being drawn or a tool is being used, and automatically cutting off the power if the cable has been accidentally cut. It's impressively high-tech, but how else can its creators justify its obscene $390 price tag?