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Southwire 2" Reusable Heavy-Duty Clamp Cable Tie (Green or Brown)

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Home Depot.com has Southwire 2" Reusable Heavy-Duty Clamp Cable Tie (Green or Brown) on sale below. Select Free Curbside Pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.
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Available Colors:About this Product:
  • This product has a 360° rotating handle. Equipped with a quick release trigger. Perfect for organizing, carrying or storing extension cords, conduit, hoses, booster cables and more!
  • Integrated Hanging Notch On Handle Allows For Easy Storage

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  • Price Research: Our research indicates that Southwire 2" Reusable Heavy-Duty Clamp Cable Tie is $2.07 less (44.32% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $4.67.
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Amazon has Southwire Adjustable Heavy Duty Zip Clamp Tie w/ Rotating Handle on sale. Shipping is free for Prime members.
  • 2-inch [amazon.com] $2.63 OOSUsually ships within 1 to 2 months
    • 1.5in Min Bundle Diameter
    • 2in Max Bundle Diameter
    • 50lbs Tensile Strength
Home Depot also has Southwire Adjustable Heavy Duty Zip Clamp Ties w/ Rotating Handle on sale. Store pickup is free.
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For real? This is everyday price at home depot:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/South.../312852115
I repurpose the spools from my 3D printer filament to wrap and store extension cords. They're big enough for my light gauge 100'. Better than chucking it in the landfall if you got em
I use an old bicycle tube wrapped around a couple of times. A bit ghetto but effective.

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This deal has died very quickly each time I've posted it. Sorry if it doesn't last long.

I have a bunch of these, they wont wrap around a long, thick wire, but they're great for carrying groceries into the house or attaching a bag to a luggage handle, etc. haven't broken any yet, but I definitely don't abuse them.

edit: it looks like there may be a lot in stock this time. seeing 54 limit per customer.
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Thanks OP, got 5.
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does anyone have a recommendation for 100' extension cords?
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does anyone have a recommendation for 100' extension cords?
i added the 4in to the OP. that may work for 100ft depending on the gauge and how long you make the loop.
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does anyone have a recommendation for 100' extension cords?
Yeah, splice it and make two 50'ers!
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Another thing I didn't know I needed. At least it's cheap! Thanks OP
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Quote from guruguru :
does anyone have a recommendation for 100' extension cords?
I repurpose the spools from my 3D printer filament to wrap and store extension cords. They're big enough for my light gauge 100'. Better than chucking it in the landfall if you got em
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Quote from guruguru :
does anyone have a recommendation for 100' extension cords?
I use an old bicycle tube wrapped around a couple of times. A bit ghetto but effective.
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Thanks OP. Got 2 of each. Don't know if I'll ever use them but...
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in for 3 @ 2in
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Quote from aepro :
This deal has died very quickly each time I've posted it. Sorry if it doesn't last long.

I have a bunch of these, they wont wrap around a long, thick wire, but they're great for carrying groceries into the house or attaching a bag to a luggage handle, etc. haven't broken any yet, but I definitely don't abuse them.

edit: it looks like there may be a lot in stock this time. seeing 54 limit per customer.

For real? This is everyday price at home depot:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/South.../312852115
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Quote from coachclass :
For real? This is everyday price at home depot:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/South.../312852115
I was referring to the 2in. See my link
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