I vote for ground pin up. Most of the GFCI outlets I work with are outside where I use long extension cords. When working with a weed eater for example, I occasionally reach the full length of the cord and give it a tug. The plug seems to drift out of the socket less with the ground pin up.
If you Google for Outlet Corrector, you'll find that he's shilling for his own crowd funding effort (looking for $50K) to make such a device. (Seems to have since taken it down). I did see the page yesterday. A plug-in GFCI and USB charger with the back pins "upside-down". $50K seems a little low to make such a device since getting it UL listed would probably take most of that budget.
I have an "outlet corrector". It's called a screwdriver. 3-5 minutes and I can correct any receptacle whether it is pin up or pin down. A no cost solution.
There are also adapters already on the market that have rotatable receptacles in them, that he would be competing against. He will be going into what I believe will be a very small segment of the market, and he is not the first one in.
I also saw his product on the fund me site. In the 2 days it had been up, no one contributed to it. Hot ideas get the first contributions within hours.
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