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8' Woods SlimLine 3-Outlet 16/3 Flat Plug Indoor Extension Cord EXPIRED

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Amazon has 8' Woods SlimLine 3-Outlet 16/3 Flat Plug Indoor Extension Cord on sale for $4.47. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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  • 3 grounded outlets allow you to power multiple appliances at once.
  • Space saving flat design eliminates bulky awkward cords from cluttering your indoor decor and minimizes tripping
  • Flat plug lays flush against the wall allowing you to still push furniture up against the wall.
  • Maximum amperage: 13 amps

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 8' Woods SlimLine 3-Outlet 16/3 Flat Plug Indoor Extension Cord for $4.47. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+


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Go 14awg and match your bare-minimum home wiring. 12awg to be safe.

Many people who charge their EVs on a 14/16awg extension cables get fires, and that's only 120amp 12V, 960w. I used a 10awg extension cable for 240v 13.75amp (3.3kwh) charging for years without issues and no heat buildup.

Extensions cords are something you should never cheap out on.
FWIW there is a similar plug on monoprice with a regular price of $4.99

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=41771

Obviously OP is a better deal/merchant but posting for posterity's sake for those that miss out.
Got these last time, not quite as nice as the image. Plug end is not molded with strain relief but a plastic shell with the wire simply entering through a hole.

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These are great. Last time I bought them (May 30, 2021) they were a whole penny more.
In for 3.
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Thanks OP. Great timing!
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FWIW there is a similar plug on monoprice with a regular price of $4.99

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=41771

Obviously OP is a better deal/merchant but posting for posterity's sake for those that miss out.
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Thanks OP, N41
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Nice! Great for electric couch!
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16 gauge, 1625 watts according to amazon q's & reviews. So okay for 1500w space heater (I hope).
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I need one thanks
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Quote from slickernsnot :
16 gauge, 1625 watts according to amazon q's & reviews. So okay for 1500w space heater (I hope).
A 1500W space heater is just within the limit of 16 AWG. Just don't plug anything else into the extension cord at the same time.
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Quote from slickernsnot :
16 gauge, 1625 watts according to amazon q's & reviews. So okay for 1500w space heater (I hope).
Go 14awg and match your bare-minimum home wiring. 12awg to be safe.

Many people who charge their EVs on a 14/16awg extension cables get fires, and that's only 120amp 12V, 960w. I used a 10awg extension cable for 240v 13.75amp (3.3kwh) charging for years without issues and no heat buildup.

Extensions cords are something you should never cheap out on.
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Got these last time, not quite as nice as the image. Plug end is not molded with strain relief but a plastic shell with the wire simply entering through a hole.
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Quote from scholzpdx :
Go 14awg and match your bare-minimum home wiring. 12awg to be safe.

Many people who charge their EVs on a 14/16awg extension cables get fires, and that's only 120amp 12V, 960w. I used a 10awg extension cable for 240v 13.75amp (3.3kwh) charging for years without issues and no heat buildup.

Extensions cords are something you should never cheap out on.
I think you mean 120 vac at 12 amps = 1440 watts?
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I think you mean 120 vac at 12 amps = 1440 watts?
Yeah, I calculated the default amp (8) many EVs default to on an OEM 120v. Your calculation is correct. The Leaf/Fusion/Volt forums and groups are littered with people burning up their receptacles and cables by using 14/16awg extension cords. The only thing saving those homes is the chargers are just glorified GFCI adapters.
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