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Ridgid 50' 12/3 Tri-Tap Outdoor Extension Cord w/ Lighted Outlet

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Home Depot has Ridgid 50' 12/3 Tri-Tap Outdoor Extension Cord w/ Lighted Outlet (657-12350RL6AP) on sale for $24.88. Select free store pickup where stock permits to avoid shipping fees. Thanks was240

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At the time of this posting, Our research indicates that this Ridgid 50' 12/3 Tri-Tap Outdoor Extension Cord w/ Lighted Outlet is $27.89 lower (52.88% savings) than the next best available prices from a reputable merchants for similar products with prices starting from $52.77. -SaltyOne

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Found at my local Home Depot, Ridgid heavy duty 50ft multi tap 12/3 extension cord for $24.88, originally 71.97
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RIDGID 50 ft. 12/3 Tri-Tap Outdoor Extension Cord
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Last Edited by drinkingbird May 18, 2019 at 07:42 AM
Don't forget Chase Freedom has 5% back on home improvement right now.

If you want to buy 2 of these, sign up for their email list using an email address you haven't used before and fake phone number, for $5 off $50 in store coupon. You will need to add a couple carpenter pencils or a milwaukee marker (or whatever other filler you want) to make the $50.

This cord is better quality than the yellow cords sold at various stores for only a few dollars more. It is nice and thick and stays flexible even in the cold.

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Its nit for running 3 tools at once, its if you have a drill, saw, and light or another tool, not to keep unplugging each one
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You have to learn how to wind it correctly, Look up over/under method by a gaffer on Youtube. Wrapping it around arm (or even on those cord holders) will eventually ruin any wire.
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Costco has 2x 12/3 for $32
This Ridgid as a built-in 3-outlet tap with lighted power indicator. Probably not worth the $8 difference but not a direct comparison.
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Costco has 2x 12/3 for $32
does that one have 3 outlets?
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No, but if you're running 15 amps through a 12 wire, how many outlets do you need. Also, more outlets makes you more susceptible for water leakage if it starts raining on the job. They at least make covers for single outlet cords. Many saws (Table, Miter, and Circular) require 15 amps alone.

Also you get two (2) 12 AWG cords. SJTW insulation is fine for outdoor use. The Costco deal is definitely way better.
I like that the Ridgid is lifetime warranty, any issues... get it replaced.

Also there are rainboxes for electrical cables on jobsites.
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Good deal. Holding out for a deal on a retractable one that I can mount on my garage roof
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I like that the Ridgid is lifetime warranty, any issues... get it replaced.

Also there are rainboxes for electrical cables on jobsites.
The rigid limited lifetime warranty/service agreement is definitely appealing... as far as returning goes, Costco ain't bad.
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The rigid limited lifetime warranty/service agreement is definitely appealing... as far as returning goes, Costco ain't bad.
Youu're right about costco... and at least the cables are UL rated from Costco... but like the normal SD effect... I dont NEED cables, but I bought anyways!
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If anyone is planning on running 3 tools at the same time, it will most likely trip the box, so you know.
Its nit for running 3 tools at once, its if you have a drill, saw, and light or another tool, not to keep unplugging each one
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Do heavy duty cords tend to twist less? I am looking for a cord that doesn't get all twisted and keeps straight.
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