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  • Features 12 AC outlets, 3 USB ports, a 4000 joule rating and a 6' cable with angled wall plug.

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Is $2.35 off from msrp really a deal?
Most important thing about a protector is clamping voltage, anything over 400 clamping v is trash. Go for a triplite protector
4000 joules, 6 foot cord.

(my son's new school doesn't allow extension cords, so looking for an inexpensive surge protector with a longer, say, 12 foot cord.)

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4000 joules, 6 foot cord.

(my son's new school doesn't allow extension cords, so looking for an inexpensive surge protector with a longer, say, 12 foot cord.)
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Not sure about the product, but the art department is pretty good.
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I have one and love it. It's big, but the layout of the plugs means you can tolerate the bricks,. The USB outlets collectively can pump out a max of 3.1A.

There are screws on the back designed to mount this horizontally; however it does not have holes designed for vertically mounting.
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Need a bigger surge protector like this. To help consolidate 2 older power strips. Anyone know if this is lowest price?
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Need a bigger surge protector like this. To help consolidate 2 older power strips. Anyone know if this is lowest price?
$1 short of being the lowest, so I'd bite now tbh. Source: the three camels

Then again the top reviews, the first 5 are all 1 star so I'd look into that. Smilie
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How's that a slick deal? Stupid
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I see 6 outlet power strips for $3 to $7, isn't two of those much cheaper than this? I get the USB is a neat feature, but at this point I have so many USB chargers for my accessories and use PD for my other devices.
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I see 6 outlet power strips for $3 to $7, isn't two of those much cheaper than this? I get the USB is a neat feature, but at this point I have so many USB chargers for my accessories and use PD for my other devices.
I wouldn't trust for those cheap power strips not to start a fire. Much rather pay a little extra for some peace of mind.
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Just because you can connect 15 or more items into a single 15 or 20 amp circuit doesn't mean you should. Not to mention chances are extremely high that other outlets share that same circuit.

Just sayin'.
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Is $2.35 off from msrp really a deal?
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Was looking at this product earlier today, but the reviews with photos really scared me away. I love Anker for my cables, but this looks like a no go for me.
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4000 joules, 6 foot cord.

(my son's new school doesn't allow extension cords, so looking for an inexpensive surge protector with a longer, say, 12 foot cord.)
I am confused. How/why is a surge protector acceptable if a extension cord is not?
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