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CyberPower CSP600WSU surge protector $10.99 @Amazon

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The CyberPower CSP600WSU Surge Protector, 1200J/125V, 6-AC Swivel Outlets, 2 USB Charging Ports, Wall Tap Design is down to $10.99 on Amazon.

According th 3C the average price is $15.72, highest is $23.67. This is the lowest price it's been since August of last year.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K8ZM...uDbFB10G61
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This price is back on.
Seems much better than the Home Depot for the 3 outlet deal that everyone is fighting about.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K8ZM...8694f90INT

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K8ZM...8694f90INT
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It does, but the wall plug has not cord attached to it.
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Thanks! Ordered two. I always need more sockets for my electronics
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If you have older sockets, these will be annoying as there is no screw to secure it to an outlet. You'll notice the bottom socket is where it connects with merely one plastic protrusion meant to hold in the upper socket. This will constantly sag downwards and occasionally disconnect if there are heavy wall warts connected to the top section.
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