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I have a single outlet in my garage along the back wall, so I've been looking for something like this for a while. Best price according to the wise triple camel.
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That's the difference between calling something a 'power strip' and a 'surge protector'

FWIW, I'd rather have a power strip like this. The MOVs in surge protectors eventually get worn out when high amperage things (like power tools) connected to them create frequent mini brown-out/surge conditions.

If your plan was to use this for sensitive electronics, by all means avoid it and get a surge protector rated for at least 1400 joules. But if your plan was to stick this on a shop bench for use with tools, vacuums, and the like.. this is the better option.

PS - the Harbor Freight variation of this sells for about this same price after the usually 20% coupon and I think there is a specific current coupon still floating around to make it $17.99. I like it a little better because all of the outlets are black instead of yellow.
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Sparked my interest but noticed there is no surge protection.
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Sparked my interest but noticed there is no surge protection.
Sparked it huh...
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Is this any good for TV and game systems?
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couldnt you just plug this into a surge protector?

i think this is great for a garage or a desk as you can never have enough plugs
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Sparked my interest but noticed there is no surge protection.
That's the difference between calling something a 'power strip' and a 'surge protector'

FWIW, I'd rather have a power strip like this. The MOVs in surge protectors eventually get worn out when high amperage things (like power tools) connected to them create frequent mini brown-out/surge conditions.

If your plan was to use this for sensitive electronics, by all means avoid it and get a surge protector rated for at least 1400 joules. But if your plan was to stick this on a shop bench for use with tools, vacuums, and the like.. this is the better option.

PS - the Harbor Freight variation of this sells for about this same price after the usually 20% coupon and I think there is a specific current coupon still floating around to make it $17.99. I like it a little better because all of the outlets are black instead of yellow.
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Is this any good for TV and game systems?
No. You would want a surge protector on a decent TV or expensive game system. Any storm could fry your system so better safe than sorry.
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Sparked my interest but noticed there is no surge protection.
Surge protectors don't always get along well with high-draw power tools.. and that's what this is meant for.
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No. You would want a surge protector on a decent TV or expensive game system. Any storm could fry your system so better safe than sorry.
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No. You would want a surge protector on a decent TV or expensive game system. Any storm could fry your system so better safe than sorry.

Ideal for plugging into a UPS that you have for gaming/TV/etc. to weather through minor blips or brown out,
You shouldn't use a power strip with a Surge Suppressor/Protector on the output of a UPS.
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That's the difference between calling something a 'power strip' and a 'surge protector'

FWIW, I'd rather have a power strip like this. The MOVs in surge protectors eventually get worn out when high amperage things (like power tools) connected to them create frequent mini brown-out/surge conditions.

If your plan was to use this for sensitive electronics, by all means avoid it and get a surge protector rated for at least 1400 joules. But if your plan was to stick this on a shop bench for use with tools, vacuums, and the like.. this is the better option.

PS - the Harbor Freight variation of this sells for about this same price after the usually 20% coupon and I think there is a specific current coupon still floating around to make it $17.99. I like it a little better because all of the outlets are black instead of yellow.
you wouldnt happen to know where a guy could find that coupon would you? I am searching now, but if you have it handy.... you'd be a hero!​
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