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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
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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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#61
I live in Baltimore, picked up one tonight at the Golden Ring Home Depot, they had plenty stacked midway in isle (not on the shelf) in the electrical section, not an end cap or highly promoted, in fact there was no price listed on the cords!! Rang up at $19.00 as posted here. As for the light duty rating, it definitely refers to the jacket, even though the wire is thick, the jacket is rather thin, you can move it around with your fingers, not so with the heavy duty rated cords. For $19.00, still a great deal!
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#62
WOW! 12/3Cool
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#63
six for six, different stores, all cancelled. Frown
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#64
Excellent in for 2, needed a new one.
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#65
Wow. Wish I had seen this sooner. I would have bought twenty. Fantastic deal.
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#66
Nothing in my area either.
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#67
I bought one of these from Sam's Club 10 years ago and still going strong...in for another...runs my 12 gallon compressor for hours without getting warm.
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#68
In for 1 ....Thanks Op
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#69
Opps! I think Costco has something like this too. I have to check it. the 2 pack thing is confusing because you think youre getting 2 75ft cords. 12/3 is still a good deal.
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Quote from jcwy999 View Post :
Just brought 2. Still alot of inventory available in the Central Jersey Home Depot. I Plan on using these cords with the portable generator that I recently purchased.

Quick question, are these good enough to use 750w space heater that is connected to a 3000watt generator? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
The shorter the cord the better! Check the connector end for heat.
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Quote from jawshoeaw View Post :
Yes, 15A would be fine. Many tools only pull that under intense load, and the power cord couldn't care less. Might get a little warm.

I use to pull 30A through a 12ga extension cord for hours at a time, the problem is not the cord, it's the connectors on the ends which are crimped. If they aren't crimped well, that's what gets hot, not the conductors. You could pull 15A through 18 gauge wire over 75 feet, keep the insulation nice and warm and supple. EEK! (actually, you'd only lose about 100 watts, or about 1 W/foot.
I hope no one takes this advice, everything above is a good way to cause an electrical fire or get injured yourself. They have no idea what they are talking about. I'm only posting this out of safety for anyone reading this. This is coming from a journeyman electrician who actually knows what they are talking about.
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#72
Just picked up my 2 at the Monrovia, Ca. Store.

The customer service rep said.."I meant to ask you if you get an alert once things go on sale or something?" LMAO I just smiled and nodded my head.

I was the first of 5 orders to be picked up. She said the orders just kept on coming in. They got worried for a second, she said.
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#73
Got 2 thanks. Going make some kickarse speaker cables with it.
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#74
This deal makes doornails look like Kate Upton
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#75
Quote from piercebouge View Post :
I hope no one takes this advice, everything above is a good way to cause an electrical fire or get injured yourself. They have no idea what they are talking about. I'm only posting this out of safety for anyone reading this. This is coming from a journeyman electrician who actually knows what they are talking about.
I do know what I'm talking about. Should we whip 'em out and see who's got the biggest conductor? Who takes electrical advice from slickdeals, anyway? And extension cords aren't exactly buried in conduit - they do shed heat a little better, don't ya know.

OK, OK I have the highest respect for professional electricians, and paid good money to have an IBEW guy do my addition, even though I think I know what I'm doing. My dad burned down a house he built himself - fire deparment said improper splice, undersized junction box. shake head
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