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Fry's has select Surge Protectors on sale from $5.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks Zirphire and ukfann00

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Alternatively, Amazon.com has Belkin Pivot Plug 8-Outlet 2160J Surge Protector (BP108000-06) on sale for $17.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25 or more.
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Fry's has a bunch of surge protectors on sale. Free shipping.
https://www.frys.com/ads/page147

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CyberPower Essential Surge Protector (Model #B603MGY)
900J, 6 Outlets, 3ft Cord
$5.99
https://www.frys.com/product/8562679

APC Essential SurgeArrest (Model #PE76)
1440J, 7 Outlets, 6ft Cord
$8.99
https://www.frys.com/product/9035997

APC Home Office SurgeArrest with Phone (Splitter) Protection (Model #P8T3)
2770J, 8 Outlets, 6ft Cord
$13.99
https://www.frys.com/product/5456379

CyberPower Surge Protector with 2x USB (Model #P806U)
2700J, 8 Outlets, 6ft Cord
$14.99
https://www.frys.com/product/8562689

Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06)
2160J, 8 Outlets, 6ft Cord
$17.99
https://www.frys.com/product/5065145
Also available at Amazon [amazon.com]. (Thanks ukfann00!)
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Amazon is matching the price for the Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06) 2160J, 8 Outlets, 6ft Cord $17.99 as well

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000JE9LCK?tag=amz-mkt-chr-us-20&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-s1060-def00-other... [amazon.com]
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I think I got the APC 2770J surge protector for more a few weeks back from Fry's. I will check my invoice later tonight when I'm home. I have re-ordered at the price and hopefully they will process a price match instead of me having to buy and return.
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Amazon is matching the price for the Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06) 2160J, 8 Outlets, 6ft Cord $17.99 as well

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B000JE9LCK?tag=amz-mkt-chr-us-20&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-s1060-def00-other... [amazon.com]
good find
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Looking at the getting the Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06) but seems the quality is rather lacking looking at a lot of those 1 star Amazon reviews.
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Just a heads up for everyone on

APC Essential SurgeArrest (Model #PE76)
1440J, 7 Outlets, 6ft Cord

Last front page deal was for $7.
This is for $9
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Is your house, belongings and especially family only worth a $6 surge protector? A friend went cheap and paid the ultimate price. Unit failed, caught fire and burned their house down to the ground. Remember, you get what you pay for.
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Is your house, belongings and especially family only worth a $6 surge protector? A friend went cheap and paid the ultimate price. Unit failed, caught fire and burned their house down to the ground. Remember, you get what you pay for.
I'm doing some mining. I will be pulling about 900 watts at the wall. After some research, lots of comments on Amazon about cheap surge protectors melting/failing or definitely not protecting.

I ended up going with a cord like this:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01FX6JSGC/ref=ya_aw_oh_bia_dp?ie=UTF8&psc=1

No surge protection, but thinking better than cheap surge protector that melts or lights on fire.

& from what I can tell, the companies that say that you have $50,000 worth of protection never pay. Line 1 it's covered under your homeowners insurance. Line 2 stall. Line 3 have customer box it all up&mail & then stall then say not surge protectors fault.
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Looking at the getting the Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06) but seems the quality is rather lacking looking at a lot of those 1 star Amazon reviews.
Agree. Looks like a bad, potentially dangerous buy.
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Is your house, belongings and especially family only worth a $6 surge protector? A friend went cheap and paid the ultimate price. Unit failed, caught fire and burned their house down to the ground. Remember, you get what you pay for.
Because the products in East China are made with a higher quality than West China?
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I'm doing some mining. I will be pulling about 900 watts at the wall. After some research, lots of comments on Amazon about cheap surge protectors melting/failing or definitely not protecting.

I ended up going with a cord like this:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...UTF8&psc=1

No surge protection, but thinking better than cheap surge protector that melts or lights on fire.

& from what I can tell, the companies that say that you have $50,000 worth of protection never pay. Line 1 it's covered under your homeowners insurance. Line 2 stall. Line 3 have customer box it all up&mail & then stall then say not surge protectors fault.

You do realize that you are comparing apples to oranges? An outdoor rated extension cord for your hedge trimmer or blower has nothing to do with surge suppression for your PC or electronics. The latter protects electronics from electrical issues such as a power spike or lightning surge that can destroy them. Extension cords are just that...extension cords rated to safely carry a certain current. Buying cheap garbage is never recommended, but the solution for your electronics is to buy a better surge suppressor, not an extension cord.

As to the insurance aspects of surge protectors, yeah that is pretty useless since proving the case is next to impossible, but you hardly should be buying the surge suppressor based on some insurance guarantee. Buy something decent from a reputable firm like APC or Cyberpower imo.

My 2 cents.
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You do realize that you are comparing apples to oranges? An outdoor rated extension cord for your hedge trimmer or blower has nothing to do with surge suppression for your PC or electronics. The latter protects electronics from electrical issues such as a power spike or lightning surge that can destroy them. Extension cords are just that...extension cords rated to safely carry a certain current. Buying cheap garbage is never recommended, but the solution for your electronics is to buy a better surge suppressor, not an extension cord.

As to the insurance aspects of surge protectors, yeah that is pretty useless since proving the case is next to impossible, but you hardly should be buying the surge suppressor based on some insurance guarantee.

My 2 cents.
Yep thanks. I was doing more research as you posted.

I had mining rig going through UPS.
https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/383084/APC-Back-UPS-BN450M-Battery-Backup/

UPS was rated too low 255 watt so it would eventually shut down after running awhile. 2 slots in UPS are surge protection only. Thinking I'll run my rig through the two surge protection only slots in the UPS. Just an extension cord =bad idea (unless surge protector catches on fire Wink
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Looking at the getting the Belkin Pivot Plug Surge Protector (Model #BP108000-06) but seems the quality is rather lacking looking at a lot of those 1 star Amazon reviews.
Did you use it? I may order one, don't know how it is
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Nothing beats this APC 7-Outlet, 1440 Joule Surge protector on Amazon. It has a high joule rating for less than $10, and 1 more outlet than the usual 6-outlet. I've bought 3x of these in the past few months, replacing my old ones.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
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