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Workforce 75 ft. and 2 ft. Tri-Tap 12/3 Lighted Outdoor Extension Cord (2-Pack) EXPIRED

Anime 6,160 February 12, 2013 at 04:38 PM in Tech & Electronics More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 02-12-2013 at 05:33 PM View Original Post
Home Depot has Workforce 75 ft. and 2 ft. Tri-Tap 12/3 Lighted Outdoor Extension Cord (2-Pack) for $19 + free store pick-up. Thanks Anime

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Home Depot has the Workforce 2-Pack 75 ft. and 2 ft. Tri-Tap 12/3 AWG Lighted Outdoor Extension Cord Combo Pack [homedepot.com] for just $19.

Pretty good price, even just for a 75 ft. 12 gauge extension cord.

In-store pickup is free, or shipping is free with $45 order.



PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The light-duty Workforce 75 ft. and 2 ft 12/3 Extension Cord is a household-grade extension cord that can be used indoors or outdoors for many jobsite and household needs. STW cords are insulted for up to 600 Volts, SJTW cord is insulated for up to 300 Volts. It can get electrical power to distant areas.

1pc 75 ft. light duty yellow extension cord - AWG 12/3 SJTW 15 Amp/125 Volt
1pc 2 ft. light duty yellow triple ends extension cord - AWG 12/3 STW 15 Amp/125 Volt
Flame retardant, indicator light shows when power is on
Flexible at temperature down to -40 degree fahrenheit, NEMA 5-15 plug and receptacle
MFG Brand Name : Workforce
MFG Model # : AW62789
MFG Part # : AW62789

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#136
Picked up the 2 I ordered no issues as well.
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Quote from greg9x View Post :
Thanks, grabbed one.

Stopped by store in Frederick, MD.. had them in middle of aisle with the $19.99 price on them.. 3 more boxes besides the open one on top, so at least 40 there when I left.
The store on 40 or 355? Store on 355 showed none online...stopped by at 5pm and customer service desk said they had 23 in stock. I found in aisle 26 and grabbed two, another SD'er grabbed 5 and random guy saw us buying these and grabbed 3 after seeing they were a deal. Employee watched us and grabbed last 3 cases (12 cords) to put on floor and mentioned that they have been that price for weeks and was surprised by the sudden interest.

Grabbed the last $59 Porter- Cable compressor at the 40 store last week...http://slickdeals.net/f/5836732-Porter-Cable-3-5-Gal-135-psi-Pancake-Compressor-59-00-Home-Depot-B-M-YMMV?v=1

Liking the Frederick, Md Home Depot's this month. nod
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Quote from microkelvin View Post :
he said bigger pipe gives stronger flow. more juice will flow into your toys and blow them up.
But was he talking about an extension cord, or was this just some unsolicited bragging?
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Quote from dscline View Post :
But was he talking about an extension cord, or was this just some unsolicited bragging?
"plug into these". no extension cord.
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#140
For anyone who still wants to get in on this deal, my advice is to hit up your local store(s). My zip code was showing no availability for any store within 50 miles when I went to pick up my online order yesterday, but they had a bunch in stock in the lighting aisle. I picked up another 4 for a friend who also wanted in on the deal.
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#141
Couldn't find any locally, don't think they even stock them here in Michigan. Found 50 in New Jersey though, and as I will be there next week on business, order one for in store pickup. Yah!
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#142
Just picked my two at HD, and there were three more waiting for pickup right next to mine. Another SDer I'm sure.
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#143
This was dead for a while in SE PA but you can order online again - I just ordered one for my brother and got a confirmation just now.
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#144
I have an inexpensive 14g orange cord and I use a simple manual cord reel to store it but it is all twisted up and hard to wind or unwind it. How do you store these cords without getting it twisted up?
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Quote from Teletubbie View Post :
I have an inexpensive 14g orange cord and I use a simple manual cord reel to store it but it is all twisted up and hard to wind or unwind it. How do you store these cords without getting it twisted up?
you lay the cord straight out allt he way. then you manually wrap it around your elbow and hand, paying attention to how the cord wants to be wrapped around.

while the above will work for a while, eventually the lines inside the cord get twisted and the last couple feel of the cord look all twisted around.
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Quote from daddylovesky View Post :
The store on 40 or 355? Store on 355 showed none online...stopped by at 5pm and customer service desk said they had 23 in stock. I found in aisle 26 and grabbed two, another SD'er grabbed 5 and random guy saw us buying these and grabbed 3 after seeing they were a deal. Employee watched us and grabbed last 3 cases (12 cords) to put on floor and mentioned that they have been that price for weeks and was surprised by the sudden interest.

Grabbed the last $59 Porter- Cable compressor at the 40 store last week...http://slickdeals.net/f/5836732-Porter-Cable-3-5-Gal-135-psi-Pancake-Compressor-59-00-Home-Depot-B-M-YMMV?v=1

Liking the Frederick, Md Home Depot's this month. nod
355, never been into the one on 40... that mall been ghost town for years.
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Quote from ReverseHandedJO View Post :
you lay the cord straight out allt he way. then you manually wrap it around your elbow and hand, paying attention to how the cord wants to be wrapped around.

while the above will work for a while, eventually the lines inside the cord get twisted and the last couple feel of the cord look all twisted around.
This video [youtube.com] shows how to wrap a cord properly, any other method usually results in twists/damage to the cord. It's really easy too.
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#148
I have the champion 3500/4000 watt generator that was from cabelas atthe end of Dec. There are 2 15A outlets on it. Will these cords work being 12 gauge or am I going to burn em up?
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Quote from Udis View Post :
I have the champion 3500/4000 watt generator that was from cabelas atthe end of Dec. There are 2 15A outlets on it. Will these cords work being 12 gauge or am I going to burn em up?
The deal is dead, no? Dude I'm in the same boat Smilie
I bought the adapters for the other outlets. Now I just need beefy extension cords.

If you have a 16awg extension, it won't melt if you don't max it out. If you run say half the rating, you will be fine. The one thing I don't know is the startup amps required for sump pumps and forced air if that short amount of time would melt the wire.
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