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Promoted 12-31-2015 by GoodDay at 07:24 PM View Original Post
Homedepot.com has 100 ft. HDX Extension Cord (SJTW163100GN) on sale for $4.47. Select in store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks DealGuru726

Note: Availability for pick up may vary by location. You may need to "Check Inventory at Other Stores." just above the "Add To Cart" button in order to purchase.
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Edited December 31, 2015 at 05:08 AM by BostonGirl
HDX - 100 ft. 16/3 Extension Cord - Home Depot - $4.47

Price shown after adding to cart. YMMV

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"...choice for light duty electrical need."
"10 Amp, 125-Volt and 1,250-Watt capacity"

16-gauge is a relatively light gauge (thin, higher resistance) for a long extension cord, especially for a 100-foot length. This is reflected in their specs that I quoted above.

Make sure this is suitable for your application before buying.

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I don't have the electrical specs to see the power use, but here is what the Ridgid Owner's Manual [homedepot.com] (called "Instructions / Assembly" on HD's product page) says:
"Use only extension cords that are rated for outdoor use. Extension cords in poor condition or too small in wire size can pose fire and shock hazards. To reduce the risk of these hazards, be sure the cord is in good condition and that liquid does not contact the connection. Do not use an extension cord with conductors smaller than 16 gauge (AWG) in size. To reduce power loss, use a 14 gauge extension cord if 25 to 50 ft. long and 12 gauge for 50 ft. or longer."

Those gauge recommendations are a good start. Double-check for your device, especially if you make full use of a 20-amp outlet (15-amps is typical).
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Good price but Not allowing me to checkout for store pickup, tried several stores and all are saying "this item is not avalable for pickup" at checkout when I hit submit.
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Very power tool unfriendly.
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"...choice for light duty electrical need."
"10 Amp, 125-Volt and 1,250-Watt capacity"

16-gauge is a relatively light gauge (thin, higher resistance) for a long extension cord, especially for a 100-foot length. This is reflected in their specs that I quoted above.

Make sure this is suitable for your application before buying.

=========================

For example, Home Depot had this shop vac on sale on Black Friday:
RIDGID
Model # WD1636
Internet # 204351678
Store SKU # 231361
16 Gal. 5-Peak HP Wet/Dry Vacuum
[homedepot.com]

I don't have the electrical specs to see the power use, but here is what the Ridgid Owner's Manual [homedepot.com] (called "Instructions / Assembly" on HD's product page) says:
"Use only extension cords that are rated for outdoor use. Extension cords in poor condition or too small in wire size can pose fire and shock hazards. To reduce the risk of these hazards, be sure the cord is in good condition and that liquid does not contact the connection. Do not use an extension cord with conductors smaller than 16 gauge (AWG) in size. To reduce power loss, use a 14 gauge extension cord if 25 to 50 ft. long and 12 gauge for 50 ft. or longer."

Those gauge recommendations are a good start. Double-check for your device, especially if you make full use of a 20-amp outlet (15-amps is typical).
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just picked up 20 thanks. these work perfect for my programmed led Christmas light shows!!
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Price drops to $4.47 when I add it to my cart, however it won't let me complete the purchase: "Sorry, we were unable to complete your order as your cart contains item(s) which are no longer available to purchase in your selected store." Even though it says there are 10 in stock. Tried at three different stores.
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Price drops to $4.47 when I add it to my cart, however it won't let me complete the purchase: "Sorry, we were unable to complete your order as your cart contains item(s) which are no longer available to purchase in your selected store." Even though it says there are 10 in stock. Tried at three different stores.
Corrected the price. Changed to $4.47 in cart. I was able to proceed to last step in checkout. I bought one already. If anyone place an order please comment.
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checked out with paypal, got a message after clicking complete order on hd website that said some bs about credit card. got two emails from paypal though...
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Corrected the price. Changed to $4.47 in cart. I was able to proceed to last step in checkout. I bought one already. If anyone place an order please comment.
Seems like they locked out people from ordering and are gonna take it down or change the price. Thanks though.
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Seems like they locked out people from ordering and are gonna take it down or change the price. Thanks though.
They changed the price now. Not required to add to card for $4.47 price. Showing on the page.
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yeah, no dice. I think being able to buy it is a pre req. to posting
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Crap quality.
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yeah, no dice. I think being able to buy it is a pre req. to posting
Some people were able to buy at this price so YMMV. Going into store might ring this price. You are correct that it is failing for some.
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Some people were able to buy at this price so YMMV. Going into store might ring this price. You are correct that it is failing for some.
Not your fault they changed the page.

Something strange with the page. If you watch it carefully, the "ADD TO CART" button is orange briefly and then changes it to gray.

It's like a video game - you have to have quick fingers. Refresh the page and try to click the button while it is orange - then it will actually add to cart. Took me a few tries - confirmed by looking at cart.
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