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Woods 82870 Snap-Together Cord Reel (Holds up to 150' 16/3 AWG) EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has Woods 82870 Snap-Together Cord Reel (Holds up to 150' 16/3 AWG) on sale for $4.81 (w/ store pickup discount). Select free in-store pickup where available. Thanks Steeve and globetrotter365
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Amazon.com also Woods 82870 Snap-Together Cord Reel (Holds up to 150' 16/3 AWG) on sale for $5.06 ($4.81 w/ No-Rush Shipping). Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Woods 82870 Snap-Together Cord Reel, Holds up to 150-Foot 16/3 AWG, Black for $5.06 + FS with Prime

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║ Lowest       │ 5.06   ║
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║ Current      │ 5.06   ║
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║ Highest      │ 23.71  ║
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║ Average 90d  │ 10.14  ║
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║ Average 180d │ 10.12  ║
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Debating weather to get a pair of these. Reviews are horrible when it comes to reeling the cords, but I would be using these more for storage, I only use my 25'+ cords maybe 2-4 times a year.
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The list price was just $9. Cannot believe the average is above that.
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Debating weather to get a pair of these. Reviews are horrible when it comes to reeling the cords, but I would be using these more for storage, I only use my 25'+ cords maybe 2-4 times a year.
I'd just coil them and hang on a hook. Easy peasy.
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Walmart has one for the same price:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/SOUTHW...3/54988005
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Reviews aren't very good. Looks like it is very cheaply made and not very durable.
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Don't do it. Your cords will become a twisted and tangled mess.

Gently wrap from thumb to elbow, straightening as you go and hang on hook, or throw into storage tub.
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Don't do it. Your cords will become a twisted and tangled mess.

Gently wrap from thumb to elbow, straightening as you go and hang on hook, or throw into storage tub.
Coil on the ground like a rope. They won't twist up on you then.
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Prices have shot back up to around 13 bucks
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I bought these heavy-duty velcro cord wraps for $4 and they are very good. I use them for air hose, pressure cleaner hose, electrical cords and even vacuum hose.

Wrap-It XLarge (17") Storage Strap [walmart.com]
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I bought this from Amazon and they refused to honor slick deals price. I used your link and at the time it was $5.06 per reel. When it came the price was $13.72 each x2= $27.44 +sales tax $1.64 =$29.08 total not $10.12 + tax
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