What is the Difference Between a Style Drawer Blade and Style Drawer Flush?

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What is the Difference between a Style Drawer Blade and Style Drawer Flush?

The only difference between the Style Drawer Blade and Style Drawer Flush is the cable management arms. Everything else is the same. Same cover plates, same receptacle boxes, same electrical connections, etc.

Style Drawer Blade Cable Management Arms

Style Drawer Flush Cable Management Arms

Space Required behind the drawer box - 2"

Space Required Behind the Drawer Box - 5"

Pro Tip: Style Drawer Flush outlets are best for narrower and shallower drawers.
Pro Tip: Here is how our product naming works. All charging outlets include Docking Drawer in the product name, and all powering outlets include Style Drawer in the product name. So a Docking Drawer Blade is a charging outlet and a Style Drawer Blade is a powering outlet. The word "Blade" refers to the cable management arms and means that they only require 2" of space behind the drawer box. Flush in the product title refers to the "Flush" cable management arms and means that they requires 5" of space behind the drawer box.

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Feb 1, 2021