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ClearMax 3 Prong Power Extension Cord Cable Strip Outlet Saver 18AWG, Black, 10 Count $12.95 FS Prime amazon

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ClearMax 3 Prong Power Extension Cord Cable Strip Outlet Saver 18AWG, Black, 10 Count $12.95 FS Prime amazon

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Ideal solution for adding some length to your current electronic device cords
It extends the outlet on the power strip to avoid being cluttered by bulky power adapters
Cord resists moisture, abrasion, and exposure to sunlight
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18AWG = fail
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Seems to be the normal sales price. Better if it's below $10 judging by previous deals on Amazon & eBay. I bought one since I need them sooner rather than later.
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Quote from cpavvy
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18AWG = fail
Well aren't you something.
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Quote from cpavvy
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18AWG = fail

Your conclusory statement doesn't serve the public's interest. Most electronics that pull power aren't going to need 14 AWG to support 15 A. This would generally do well with those that consume low power (e.g., cell phone chargers, router, 60 W lamps). General rule is to look at the power cable of the device and if it's thin and not thickly insulated, good chance that 18 AWG is good. Best to check the electrical adapter and/or device to see how much amperage the device is actually drawing to be sure that 18 AWG can handle the power (e.g., 10 A).

[wikipedia.org]
Source on AWG [wikipedia.org].
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I agree, 18AWG is a bit light, but should be fine for most indoor, low draw equipment. I wouldn't run a high amperage device through it through.

I just ordered another set of these because they have come in very, very handy.
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