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Amaozn price on a 100 ft extension cord from a reputable brand.

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I have heard from many... a few women that length is not everything, and girth is just as important. 0/2 unfortunately 😫
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I am not an electrician , but is 16 gauge rather light for outdoor use? Either way, this is a great deal for the length, I just wanted to be realistic about the applications I can use it for Smilie
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I have heard from many... a few women that length is not everything, and girth is just as important. 0/2 unfortunately 😫
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I am not an electrician , but is 16 gauge rather light for outdoor use? Either way, this is a great deal for the length, I just wanted to be realistic about the applications I can use it for Smilie
Everything has its application. There are some suggested uses in the title of the Amazon listing. Heavier gauge is better, but not always needed in a specific application.
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Wouldn't be bad for Christmas lights, running the vacuum in your driveway to clean out the car, light duty power tools like a drill
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This would be fine for low current stuff, around 3 amps or less. I'll be using it to run LED Christmas lights
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Nice find, I'll bite. Likely a PM?
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I have heard from many... a few women that length is not everything, and girth is just as important. 0/2 unfortunately 😫
LoL real woman don't like sex. They just like you and whatever you offer.
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10amps is not "heavy duty" -
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Wouldn't be bad for Christmas lights, running the vacuum in your driveway to clean out the car, light duty power tools like a drill
It's going to depend on your particular tool. I just did a brief search and saw 8-amp corded drills that put you toward the top end of the 10-amp rating of this cord. I would worry that in some circumstances an 8-amp drill might pull more than 10 amps. I also saw a 20-gallon shop-vac rated at 6.5 HP that draws 12 amps. That would be too much for this cable. It just depends on the tool. Personally, I spent more on a thicker cable.
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It's going to depend on your particular tool. I just did a brief search and saw 8-amp corded drills that put you toward the top end of the 10-amp rating of this cord. I would worry that in some circumstances an 8-amp drill might pull more than 10 amps. I also saw a 20-gallon shop-vac rated at 6.5 HP that draws 12 amps. That would be too much for this cable. It just depends on the tool. Personally, I spent more on a thicker cable.
Yeah, agreed, I didn't pick one up because I'd rather just spend the extra bucks and be able to use my cords for whatever and not have to think, "is this one of my really cheap extension cords" every time
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this is too long for me.
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Thanks. Got 6. Great stocking stuffers.
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Looks like it's dead? "Failed to add item to cart" when adding
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