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Amazon has Cordinate, Gray/White, Designer 3 Extension Cord, 2 Prong Power Strip, Extra Long 8 Ft Cable with Flat Plug, Braided Chevron Fabric, Slide-to-Lock Safety Outlets for $4

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Cordinate, Gray/White, Designer 3 Extension Cord, 2 Prong Power Strip, Extra Long 8 Ft Cable with Flat Plug, Braided Chevron Fabric, Slide-to-Lock Safety Outlets for $4

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Color: Black/White also $4.00
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For those who care: has prop 65 warning about this containing at least one phthalate, amongst other possible carcinogens… DINP can be gradually be released from consumer products into indoor environments such as homes, schools, daycare centers, offices and cars. It settles on floors and other surfaces, and can accumulate in dust and air.
Exposure can result from contact with products containing DINP.
Don't know how that compares to the standard extension cords
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No ground, pass.
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I wish it were something like this.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...7961&psc=1
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Tan/white $1 more at $5, I believe the rest are at least $7
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No time machine here, but mint was $1 at some point. Working well so far, quality is much better than any dollar store cords.
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Was looking for one. Perfect timing.
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For those who care: has prop 65 warning about this containing at least one phthalate, amongst other possible carcinogens… DINP can be gradually be released from consumer products into indoor environments such as homes, schools, daycare centers, offices and cars. It settles on floors and other surfaces, and can accumulate in dust and air.
Exposure can result from contact with products containing DINP.
Don't know how that compares to the standard extension cords
see that's the thing, everything has a prop 65 warning so i've sort of gotten desensitized to it now.

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Q: Does this product have the California prop 65 warning?
A: Hello Jeremy, thank you for your question about our products. This item does not have any prop 65 warnings. Thank you.
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For those who care: has prop 65 warning about this containing at least one phthalate, amongst other possible carcinogens… DINP can be gradually be released from consumer products into indoor environments such as homes, schools, daycare centers, offices and cars. It settles on floors and other surfaces, and can accumulate in dust and air.
Exposure can result from contact with products containing DINP.
Don't know how that compares to the standard extension cords
It seems like all electrical wires with PVC insulation ought to carry the prop. 65 warning - which is basically most consumer grade products that you plug into the wall. There are probably some cables designed for high heat or maybe there are some that just aren't labeled. So, wash your hands after handling and don't let the kids gnaw on the cables.
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seems like the "flat" plug isn't as flat as the slimline ones.
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Here is something comparable that has ground that I've purchased in the past: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073R2D...kFb88ATDRR
It is twice the price but if you were looking for this kind of woven fabric extension cord, it is a good option
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It seems like all electrical wires with PVC insulation ought to carry the prop. 65 warning - which is basically most consumer grade products that you plug into the wall. There are probably some cables designed for high heat or maybe there are some that just aren't labeled. So, wash your hands after handling and don't let the kids gnaw on the cables.
the only problem is that toxic dust forms on the surface of bad plastics, as well as offgassing, so the toxins are shedding into your environment. It all gets into the household dust.
I think many things are not yet labeled with the 65 Warning. They keep popping up on Products that never had them before. Why the heck is there lead in those core organic drinks? They could at least tell you what ingredient or part of the item could have the toxic substances, deep inside or the coating? It's a ridiculous situation, any thoughtful company should make it easier on the consumer and spell out what exactly is the problematic parts...
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Q: Does this product have the California prop 65 warning?A: Hello Jeremy, thank you for your question about our products. This item does not have any prop 65 warnings. Thank you.
I've seen many contradictory statements like this, manufacturers saying that it's not a problem, it doesn't have a warning, it's a mistake… but the warning is right there on the page and never removed
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the only problem is that toxic dust forms on the surface of bad plastics, as well as offgassing, so the toxins are shedding into your environment. It all gets into the household dust.
I think many things are not yet labeled with the 65 Warning. They keep popping up on Products that never had them before.
"bad plastics" = all plastics
PVC electrical cords almost always have some lead in them - that's what keeps them flexible, otherwise they'd be rigid like sewer pipe.
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For those who care: has prop 65 warning about this containing at least one phthalate, amongst other possible carcinogens… DINP can be gradually be released from consumer products into indoor environments such as homes, schools, daycare centers, offices and cars. It settles on floors and other surfaces, and can accumulate in dust and air.
Exposure can result from contact with products containing DINP.
Don't know how that compares to the standard extension cords
True but DINP is supposed to be the safer alternative to DOP!
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