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4-Outlet 25' Indoor Cord on a Reel @Walmart online FS to a store $9.05

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These extensions on a reel are super-handy:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/37533504 [walmart.com]
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lol 16ga wire? pass
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Indoor is worthless
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Indoor is worthless
It would work indoors... therefore not worthless.
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It would work indoors... therefore not worthless.
I'm struggling to think of a use for an indoor extension cord like this. I can only imagine people use this outside for shirt periods.
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Need to use a drill that is far away from the outlet?
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Need to use a drill that is far away from the outlet?
It's called cordless...lol No, seriously you're right if you need a high powered drill.
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I'm struggling to think of a use for an indoor extension cord like this. I can only imagine people use this outside for shirt periods.
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It's called cordless...lol No, seriously you're right if you need a high powered drill.
Umm..I am working on recaulking bathtub. It is a bit dark in there even with daylight. I need 3 outlets near or next to the bathtub for vacuum, heat gun and utility light. Possibly one more for heater. Sure I am using a 50' outdoor extension cord with a 6 outlet extension cord right now. 6 outlet cord a lone is not long enough to hang the light or put it at the far corner. This will really help a lot for next project. Thanks OP.
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Umm..I am working on recaulking bathtub. It is a bit dark in there even with daylight. I need 3 outlets near or next to the bathtub for vacuum, heat gun and utility light. Possibly one more for heater. Sure I am using a 50' outdoor extension cord with a 6 outlet extension cord right now. 6 outlet cord a lone is not long enough to hang the light or put it at the far corner. This will really help a lot for next project. Thanks OP.
You may want to reconsider that plan. You might be able to get away with using those things one at a time but for most of it using more than 1 will exceed the current rating and you risk melting wires and fire. Description says it's rated at 13 amps but with unknown low quality wire I would be weary of going past 10 amps with this. For your loads your heat gun is probably ~1000 watts so 9 amps, your shop vac is probably in the 3-5 amp range, halogen work lights are typically 150-300 watts each so 1.4-2.7 amps each, and your space heater is normally 1000-1500 watts so 9-13amps. To top it all off most residential outlets are 15 amps so plugging all that into the reel and into 1 outlet will trip the breaker. This thing is fine as a light duty extension cord for some LED lamps, Christmas tree, or other small items but as you can see it's really not up to even light duty construction.
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Umm..I am working on recaulking bathtub. It is a bit dark in there even with daylight. I need 3 outlets near or next to the bathtub for vacuum, heat gun and utility light. Possibly one more for heater. Sure I am using a 50' outdoor extension cord with a 6 outlet extension cord right now. 6 outlet cord a lone is not long enough to hang the light or put it at the far corner. This will really help a lot for next project. Thanks OP.
Depending on light and heater... this rated only to 1600 watts... you might want to keep your eye on it. Heater is 1200 watrs and regular halogen work lamp is 300 watts
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You may want to reconsider that plan. You might be able to get away with using those things one at a time but for most of it using more than 1 will exceed the current rating and you risk melting wires and fire. Description says it's rated at 13 amps but with unknown low quality wire I would be weary of going past 10 amps with this. For your loads your heat gun is probably ~1000 watts so 9 amps, your shop vac is probably in the 3-5 amp range, halogen work lights are typically 150-300 watts each so 1.4-2.7 amps each, and your space heater is normally 1000-1500 watts so 9-13amps. To top it all off most residential outlets are 15 amps so plugging all that into the reel and into 1 outlet will trip the breaker. This thing is fine as a light duty extension cord for some LED lamps, Christmas tree, or other small items but as you can see it's really not up to even light duty construction.
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You may want to reconsider that plan. You might be able to get away with using those things one at a time but for most of it using more than 1 will exceed the current rating and you risk melting wires and fire. Description says it's rated at 13 amps but with unknown low quality wire I would be weary of going past 10 amps with this. For your loads your heat gun is probably ~1000 watts so 9 amps, your shop vac is probably in the 3-5 amp range, halogen work lights are typically 150-300 watts each so 1.4-2.7 amps each, and your space heater is normally 1000-1500 watts so 9-13amps. To top it all off most residential outlets are 15 amps so plugging all that into the reel and into 1 outlet will trip the breaker. This thing is fine as a light duty extension cord for some LED lamps, Christmas tree, or other small items but as you can see it's really not up to even light duty construction.
I am well aware of wattage draw. The light is one of those LED and that's the only one on all the time. If I used halogen I wouldn't be considering about heater anymore. The heat from halogen light is enough to keep the bathtub warm. The most I will use at the same time is 2 units. Either LED light + shop vac or light + heat gun. Even then it is a very short period (I know duration doesn't matter). I need more outlets so that I don't need to plug in/out whenever I need to use heat gun or vac.

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Depending on light and heater... this rated only to 1600 watts... you might want to keep your eye on it. Heater is 1200 watrs and regular halogen work lamp is 300 watts
yup..I am well aware of wattage thing. That's why I said possibly. I turn the heater on and close the door to keep the bathroom warm before I work on bathtub. Once I start the work in bathtub I no longer keep the heater on. More outlets so that I don't have to keep plugging in/out each time I want to use heat gun or vac.
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