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Eaton 1146W-SP 15-Amp 125-Volts Six Outlet Tap Duplex Receptacle, White - $3.55 FS w/ Prime

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Eaton 1146W-SP 15-Amp 125-Volts Six Outlet Tap Duplex Receptacle, White on sale for $3.55.

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Surprised this didn't gain more traction. Just ordered 5 cheapest I see these is around 5-7 dollars thanks OP
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One wall wart and you're down to 3 XD
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funny, these used to be at the 99 cent stores (generic mom and pop stores). Now they are $4 and that's a deal.
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Just be smart/careful. I have a buddy who is a fireman, and he told me to NEVER use these things. He said he'd rather see a regular old power strip. I guess these things are prone to overheating, melting, fire, etc..if you overload them even the slightest bit. Being a fireman, he's seen it firsthand.

Be careful out there.
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Thanks, with coupon it's $1.99, too bad it can't be attached with a screw
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Just be smart/careful. I have a buddy who is a fireman, and he told me to NEVER use these things. He said he'd rather see a regular old power strip. I guess these things are prone to overheating, melting, fire, etc..if you overload them even the slightest bit. Being a fireman, he's seen it firsthand.

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I am staying away from these devices after an incident in my home this past week. My wife plugged in the blender into a similar wall adapter we have installed and as soon as that happened, a six inch spark jumped out from where contact happened. The sound definitely caught me off guard since it sounded like she dropped something heavy on the floor. The adapter was charred (no longer usable), the circuit tripped, and one of the metal prongs on the blender's plug was actually burned as well. We've been using the adapter for years without issues but this one freak occurrence is enough for me to never recommend such an adapter.
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Would like to stack 4 of these so I have 24 outlets to work with but I have to keep layering up because it doesn't fit so takes 12 of them to give me the 24 outlets
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Eaton is a reputable company but this is a reckless product to sell. You've got a good chance of overloading your circuit with things like this, especially if your receptacle isn't on its own dedicated home run.
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Just be smart/careful. I have a buddy who is a fireman, and he told me to NEVER use these things. He said he'd rather see a regular old power strip. I guess these things are prone to overheating, melting, fire, etc..if you overload them even the slightest bit. Being a fireman, he's seen it firsthand.

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yes, obviously you shouldn't be plugging in high current appliances into something like this and then running them all at the same time.
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Got one, nice deal. Have been using another 2 similar for many years and never had issues. Of course, I don't use it to plug in a number of high voltage appliances etc..
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Just be smart/careful. I have a buddy who is a fireman, and he told me to NEVER use these things. He said he'd rather see a regular old power strip. I guess these things are prone to overheating, melting, fire, etc..if you overload them even the slightest bit. Being a fireman, he's seen it firsthand.

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I have one of these but have always been worried about it so never had anything more than a lamp and phone plugged into it, going to stop using it now though now it seems they really are dangerous.
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Use these to daisy chain thousands of Christmas lights together, so your house can be seen from space, like in Christmas Vacation!!
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