It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, but there’s a growing trend to get your wire stripped.
Wire strippers use thin, flexible plastic strips to strip wire from the ends of connected devices, then insert the stripped ends into new, thinner wires.
The devices then need to be plugged in and the new wires need to go back into the same outlet.
While wire stripping is an environmentally-friendly and widely available process, it can cause health problems.
The new wire retainer is a solution to the problem.
The company behind the device is named “Sonys Wire Stripping Machine” and it is a prototype.
The product is currently being tested by a small number of people and is available in select stores.
The wire retender attaches to the device with a small metal clip and attaches to one end of the device.
The device then plugs into the outlet.
The company says it can easily remove the wire from your connected device and use it to connect another wire.
It also says it is more efficient than a wire stripper.
The wire retorer is not the first wire stripping device to emerge.
Other companies are also looking to address the problem of unwanted wire being inserted into your wires.
In December, the U.K. government banned the use of the devices and the United States banned the devices in October.