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myculito 574 211 July 7, 2016 at 11:03 AM in Cables (6) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 07-07-2016 by Randy71 at 04:27 PM View Original Post
Etekcity via Amazon has 10-pack 1' Etekcity 3-Prong Outlet Extension Power Cords for $16.99 - $3 w/ promotional code AXIEKT42 = $13.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks myculito

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Etekcity via Amazon has the 10-pack 1' Etekcity 3-Prong Outlet Extension Power Cords for $13.99 when you apply promo code AXIEKT42 at checkout. Free shipping with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

Each cable is 1 foot in length. Lifetime warranty

Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CEJW0WQ (For some reason, posting a deal has a field for adding deal URL, but I guess it doesn't make it visible to everyone...)
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they are 1 ft each, 3 would only make 3 ft
Various uses for the skeptics...

1. Slight extension cord for that cord that is just a little too short. (Obviously)

2. Plug in a wall-wart without blocking nearby outlets (as others have mentioned)

3. leave it plugged in to an otherwise inaccessible outlet (behind furniture or appliances) so you can reach power when you need to. Even if this won't extend to the edge of the furniture, it's still easier than playing the "plug something in to the wall by touch only" game...

4. a safety break-away for a cord that might be tripped over or pulled too tight. Unless the outlet is perfectly straight with the cord plugged in to it, often it won't easily unplug when force pulls the cord. this will always be in-line with the force, and should the prongs on this extension get damage during such an occasion, replacing one of these beats taking an appliance apart to replace its cord.

Bonus;
Apparently you can gang 3 of them together to get a 9ft extension cord... I'm not sure how the math works on that, but I'm pretty sure it's the same math used when I told girls how long my penis is...

Anyway, like I said earlier, I prefer the flat-plug kind, but these are pretty nice and useful too.

BTW, these are only 16 gauge, which maxes out at 12 or 13 amps... a fridge compressor often starts with a short spike of around 18-20 amps... If you use this for a fridge, you are likely going to slowly kill your compressor. get a 12 gauge cord.
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I ordered back in Dec. They were so handy with wall warts. Seem well made, and freed up a few plugs where the warts were overlapping.
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ordered some a while back ... needed one the other day and couldn't find them ... so ordered more
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Very handy, to optimize power strip usage and short extension cord....
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I actually put them ("store?") them in certain outlets and powerstrips around the house/office. That way I know where to find them. They're there when I need them but no loss if they just sit there.
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These are pretty much useless.
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These are pretty much useless.
Disagree, but I do prefer the ones with the flat plug.
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I actually put them ("store?") them in certain outlets and powerstrips around the house/office. That way I know where to find them. They're there when I need them but no loss if they just sit there.
I usually do leave them in the box. I like your idea better.
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These are pretty much useless.
These come in handy to free up outlets that would otherwise be blocked off by large power adapters.
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Great Deal. Wal-Mart has a 3 pack for ~$5 and Monoprice has them at $5 each.
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Are these really that helpful? I mean I get the reason of plugging in a huge power brink into these off a surge protector.

But I feel like one foot is a bit to short for anything other then using these for where the plug takes up two spaces.
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