8ft Power Extension Cord(5-15r to 5-15p)
Model Number: 29932
8ft Power Extension Cord(5-15r to 5-15p) is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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This outlet saver cord keeps your surge strip and UPS outlets from being blocked by bulky AC transformers. It is designed to work with power transformers, computers, monitors, scanners, printers, and other devices that use the 3-pin male-to-female shroud power connector. Plus this heavy duty 16 AWG cord features a fully molded design for maximum durability and long life. The female connector plugs directly into the device power cable while the male connector plugs into a standard outlet.
|C2g (Cables to Go)
|Place of Business
|MORAINE, OH, 45439 US
|Number of Items
|Does it contain liquid?
|Item model number
|55.88 x 12.7 x 0.03 cm; 331.12 Grams
|Date First Available
|May 5 2010
|4.7 4.7 out of 5 stars 1,367 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank
|#2,312 in Audio & Video Power Cables #406,917 in Electronics Accessories & Supplies
|Is discontinued by manufacturer
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Nice solution for when your appliance cord just doesn't reach and you don't want to bother hard wiring a longer cord to the appliance or messing with a long extension cord that can be an electrical hazard. Nice wattage rating on this extension.
I had to replace my pool pump for an above ground pool. The new pump had a shorter cord than the old pump so I needed a few more feet to plug it in. The cord did the trick and is hard at work as I type this review. Need a short cord? Ya, this will work.
Omg this was amazing. I needed 3ft and this bad boy gave it to me. Worth every foot to plug in what I wanted. It’s a power cord, it plugs in and didn’t burn my house down yeah
Just like the ad describes.
I used the cord to rewire a bandsaw. I cut it in half, ran it from the outside of the base to the motor and spliced it together. I used the other half from the switch on the saw down to the base. Now I can more easily disassemble the unit if I ever have to move it. It works great. The cord had a good thickness. It's pliable but not floppy. The outer insulation seemed like nice quality black rubber. The wires were nice and thick and also have good insulation. Both ends fit firmly together with no threat of easily coming apart. I wouldn't hesitate to use this in a standard installation now that I've cut it open and seen what it's like inside.