Etekcity 10 Pack Power Extension Cord Cable – 1′ Each:
The first time I saw this deal, I wondered “why the heck would I need a 1′ extension cord, let along TEN of them?” Then I read the deal, and the light dawned. Actually, two lights dawned. Light one: they’re perfect for situations where the cord for some appliance doesn’t quite reach where you want to plug it in, but you don’t want to add a longer extension cord that would end up having excess length just lying on the floor. Light two: how many times have you used a power strip with eight or ten outlets in it, but wasted half those outlets because the plugs from the devices had fat tranformers at the ends that used up too much space? These little 1′ extension cords fix that annoying problem!
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RELIABLE & RESILIENT: Withstands sun exposure and resistant to moisture and abrasion. Designed to withstand a lifetime of wear and tear and ideal for households with pets and small children
HEAVY DUTY, STURDY BUT FLEXIBLE: 16 AWG (13A) extension cords with thicker wire diameters, which can handle more amperage and thus more wattage, less chance of getting hot, is safer and more reliable compared with the thinner 18 AWG ones. 16 AWG power cable is rated for 13 amps to support common voltage power requirements in the home or office
SIMPLE EXTENSION & HASSLE-FREE: Expand the reach of plugs and cords that are short for direct use by linking the extension cables one foot at a time. Never deal with tangles and coils with extension cables that are too long. Get the extension cord you need, no more, no less
SPACE EFFICIENT: Maximize the usage of power strips and wall outlets by eliminating the issue of large and bulky plugs through short and simple expansion. Say goodbye to wasted outlet space
UL CERTIFIED: Cord 3X16AWG Rating 125V / 13A. Bundled in pack of 10 and created with the guarantee of quality and lifetime satisfaction
Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.
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