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GE 6-Outlet Wall Tap Power Outlet Extender (White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has GE 6-Outlet Wall Tap Power Outlet Extender (White; 56575) on sale for $5.97. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $25 or more.

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About the Product
  • 6-Grounded Outlets; accepts 3 bulky AC adapters/3 standard plugs
  • 15A circuit breaker; shuts off power to the outlets in case of an overload/short circuit
  • Reset Switch on top of the unit
  • UL Listed
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  • Includes a 90-Day Warranty Description w/ purchase

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  • Ideal for home, home offices, home theaters where electrics devices are used
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CENTER SCREW! - to keep multi outlet tight to wall socket
Ideal for home offices and home theaters where electronic devices are used

6 Grounded outlets : Accepts 3 bulky AC adapters & 3 standard plugs

Circuit Breaker : 15A circuit breaker shuts off power to the outlers in case of an overload or short circuit

Reset Switch : Handy switch located on top of the unit

UL Listed

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It should, but it's easy to overload something like this (power strips, too), and it's less disruptive to trip this locally rather than the whole circuit.
Note that the Phillips design is missing the center screw which is one of the reasons I avoid that (otherwise identical) version.
The outlets are only rated for 15A. A larger circuit breaker than that would defeat the purpose.

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whats the point of the built in 15A circuit breaker?
shouldnt the circuit breaker at the panel cover overloads?
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Some outlets in my kitchen do not have that already
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Quote from Pi.314 :
whats the point of the built in 15A circuit breaker?
shouldnt the circuit breaker at the panel cover overloads?
It should, but it's easy to overload something like this (power strips, too), and it's less disruptive to trip this locally rather than the whole circuit.
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Bought this on February 6th via slickdeals for the same price. Seems to be a regular price for this. Works well I have no complaints. Not sure if this is surge protected but I doubt it tho it is advertised for entertainment centers etc
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I just bought the Phillips version of this at Walmart for the same price.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Philips.../771150051
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whats the point of the built in 15A circuit breaker?
shouldnt the circuit breaker at the panel cover overloads?
I'd prefer a 20A as my circuits are wired and breakered for that.
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I'd prefer a 20A as my circuits are wired and breakered for that.
The outlets are only rated for 15A. A larger circuit breaker than that would defeat the purpose.
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whats the point of the built in 15A circuit breaker?
shouldnt the circuit breaker at the panel cover overloads?
Your assumption is frustrating.

Yes, a panel breaker will perform its function 97% of the time, but from a practical sense: Why are you TRYING to flip the breaker?

Having any sort of circuit protection before the circuit breaker is just prolonging the life of the breaker.
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I just bought the Phillips version of this at Walmart for the same price.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Philips.../771150051
Note that the Phillips design is missing the center screw which is one of the reasons I avoid that (otherwise identical) version.
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great deal
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Bought a couple last time they were on sale, definitely handy for some locations. I would not buy this type of outlet if it didn't have the securing screw that this one has.
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Have one of these. Works well. No issues
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Have one of these, no issues so far
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