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Home Depot has 50' Husky 12/3 Indoor/Outdoor Lighted Triple Tap Extension Cord on sale for $19.88. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks divad76
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It's back in stock according to Home Depot. My store had a hundred or so in stock for free store pickup or you can pay $6 or so for shipping. Shipping is free for purchases over $45.

This Husky 12/3 50 ft. extension cord [homedepot.com] has a lighted triple tap receptacle for multi-use. Heavy duty and can support up to 125 volts, capacity of 1875-Watts. The high visibility yellow jacket is for added safety, UL rated for outdoor use.

For everyday usage
50 ft. cord length
12-Gauge, 15 Amp, 125-Volt, 1,875-Watt capacity
Yellow color of cords and its kink-free design makes it easy to handle and maintain
Meets UL/ETL Listing safety and quality standards
Click here to learn more about exclusive Husky products
Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY for customer service and support. Click here for warranty information
California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

They also have the HDX 100' 16/3 in stock for $15.97. Here is a link [homedepot.com] NLA
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Picked these up on the last deal. For anyone on the fence they are solid quality, definitely worth it
Other than buying a small 6" single plug extension, you can't. My pole saw is like that.

But I need multiple extension cords when I use the pole saw. So I just make the 3-outlet cord the first in the chain, then use a single outlet at the end to connect to the pole saw.
It's been this price for a month or so now. Bought one in early May. Like it so far. Only thing is that if you are planning to use it for electric yard equipments such as trimmers, hedger, etc the triple tap is useless. Found that out hard way, otherwise great cord.

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Thanks, missed this last time
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Damn just bought 14 gauge 50' at Harbor Freight single tap for about the same price.
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Says they won't ship to home for me...
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Picked these up on the last deal. For anyone on the fence they are solid quality, definitely worth it
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Noob question. How do I plug in an electric saw or other tools into a 3 trap outlet?
Coz the tools usually have like a rubber ring around their connector
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It's been this price for a month or so now. Bought one in early May. Like it so far. Only thing is that if you are planning to use it for electric yard equipments such as trimmers, hedger, etc the triple tap is useless. Found that out hard way, otherwise great cord.
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It's been this price for a month or so now. Bought one in early May. Like it so far. Only thing is that if you are planning to use it for electric yard equipments such as trimmers, hedger, etc the triple tap is useless. Found that out hard way, otherwise great cord.
Can you explain? Just curious
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Noob question. How do I plug in an electric saw or other tools into a 3 trap outlet?
Coz the tools usually have like a rubber ring around their connector
Usually most corded tools have a cord with a three prong male plug attached to a few feet of cord going into the tool. Double check your tools. The only ones I can think of like that are leaf blowers.
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Usually most corded tools have a cord with a three prong male plug attached to a few feet of cord going into the tool. Double check your tools. The only ones I can think of like that are leaf blowers.
Same thing AP12 said up there.

Below is what the end of my electric chainsaw looks like. Anyway to plug this into a 3 trap outlet?

https://www.searspartsdirect.com/...530401718#
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Noob question. How do I plug in an electric saw or other tools into a 3 trap outlet?
Coz the tools usually have like a rubber ring around their connector
Other than buying a small 6" single plug extension, you can't. My pole saw is like that.

But I need multiple extension cords when I use the pole saw. So I just make the 3-outlet cord the first in the chain, then use a single outlet at the end to connect to the pole saw.
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Other than buying a small 6" single plug extension, you can't. My pole saw is like that.

But I need multiple extension cords when I use the pole saw. So I just make the 3-outlet cord the first in the chain, then use a single outlet at the end to connect to the pole saw.
Any recommendation where to find one?
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