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Free Pickup @ Walmart or Prime Shipping @ Amazon, but ships in 1-2 months.

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  • Contains 40-feet of 16/3-gauge cord, white color blends in with patios and decks
  • 13A rating at 125V, 16/3-gauge, SJTW(rated weatherproof)
  • Intended for use with outdoor appliances, spas, electric grills, decorative lighting, holiday displays, and more
  • Jacket resists moisture, chemicals, oil, abrasion and prolonged exposure to sunlight
  • 3-pronged outlets and grounded plug for safety and convenience, with super flexible cord meaning less tangles when in use
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Last Edited by cheetohman October 17, 2017 at 08:13 AM
Note that the "power block" description is not correct for this cord.

This cord has only a single plug on the end.

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40ft of 16/3... wow...
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Can this be used for generators?
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40ft of 16/3... wow...
For someone not in the know- is that bad?
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WTH does this thread have so many TUs............
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"usually ships within 1-2 months from Amazon" = never ships from amazon
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Can this be used for generators?
I think you want a thicker guage
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Can this be used for generators?
I think what you need is 10 gauge and 30-amp
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To each their own, but I'm not sure why this is Front Page? Regular price at Walmart is $10.97 and this is $7.97. I guess if you are in the market for a white outdoor power cord this is OK deal, but Frontpage?
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For someone not in the know- is that bad?
Yeah, this would be for very light duty applications. To top it off, as the length of the cable increases, the actually amperage that it can support goes down. So this is better suited for a Christmas light than a power tool or generator.
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Perfect for griswold-ing my house this xmas
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For someone not in the know- is that bad?
Yeah, this would be for very light duty applications. To top it off, as the length of the cable increases, the actually amperage that it can support goes down. So this is better suited for a Christmas light than a power tool or generator.
What happens if it were used on a power tool?
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What happens if it were used on a power tool?
Depends on what amperage your power tool runs at. If it runs at a high amperage, then the cord may become hot. Worst cast scenario could be if plugged into a power hungry electric radiator and the cord could melt and cause a fire.
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