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Anker PowerExtend 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 6-Ft Cord (White) EXPIRED

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AnkerDirect via Amazon has Anker PowerExtend 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 6-Ft Extension Cord (White) on sale for $16.99 when you apply promotion code ANKERA9191CF at checkout. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • 12-Outlets
  • 2x 4000-Joules
  • 1875W Output
  • 6-Ft Extension Cord
  • Worry-Free 18-Month Warranty

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For those interested, this power strip is only certified by TÜV to meet UL 1363.
https://www.certipedia.com/certif...?locale=en

This power strip does not also include certification regarding UL 1449, which would be the additional standard applied to power strips of this type claiming surge protection. Here's an Amazon review [amazon.com] of an 8-outlet APC unit highlighting the appropriate markings. A reputable power strip with surge protection will bear UL listing marks and have them clearly labeled for both standards. The UL molding in the cable in the plug by itself is not sufficient, as you can review from the guidelines here:
https://marks.ul.com/about/ul-lis...h-america/

There really are three steps to this process:

First: does the product claim third party listing?
In this case, Anker does! (They don't in every case) Note that proper labeling is normally required, which Anker typically fails... likely for the reasons to come.
(Proper labeling is typically seen as those holographic metal foil labels or an integral part of the injection molding to indicate a listing certificate number and/or the appropriate standards)
Second: does the third party agency confirm the listing?
In this case, yes! (See my link to the site above)
Third: do the listings apply to the product in question?
Here is where Anker power products fail most consistently. A power strip with surge protection should have UL 1363 and UL 1449. Anker lacks the latter, which not only makes their surge protection claims suspect (which they also should be given that they exceed those of $100 premier surge strips) but should likely erode trust in their product overall.

With no UL listing for surge protection, this should not be considered a surge protector. When you compare their claims to a highly regarded product in the category [tripplite.com] you start to wonder what else they might be exaggerating... and then you move on from ever buying Anker power products again.

In case you are in need of a 12-outlet surge protected strip sooner rather than later you can get a Cyber Power unit from Home Depot with free ship to store for under $20:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cyber.../300851375

Good luck!
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This isn't UL listed for surge protection. You're better off buying something else. There are plenty of surge protectors with similar features at this price often.
This power strip seems sketchy especially since there isn't any '$ amount of coverage' attached w/ the warranty unlike the Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector - 12 Outlet [amazon.com] which I bought a year ago for $19.99. I would highly suggest anyone in the market for a power strip to buy that one instead.

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Code didn't work for me.
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Not bad but wish this included USB ports
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Code did not work for me
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Worked for me, ordered one. Thanks
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Worked for me, but only for the 6ft White one. Did not work on the Black one.

Thanks! Was already planning on buying this, even better now with the added discount code.
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worked with only the white one.
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Quote from axemexa :
Not bad but wish this included USB ports
There you go. Cheaper, has 3 USB ports, but not as good as a surge protector.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B099ZCY41N
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I bought this one last time and it burnt some how and not working anymore. But I am not 100% positive if it's same exact model or not
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This isn't UL listed for surge protection. You're better off buying something else. There are plenty of surge protectors with similar features at this price often.
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Quote from buzzman :
There you go. Cheaper, has 3 USB ports, but not as good as a surge protector.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B099ZCY41N
Thanks but I wouldn't get an unknown brand with just 10 reviews
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A 4000 Joule rating is listed but I cannot find a single certification of any kind even directly on the Anker site. I also downloaded the manual and found nada. I would consider it a "power strip".
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This isn't UL listed for surge protection. You're better off buying something else. There are plenty of surge protectors with similar features at this price often.
The top review say it is UL listed and says so between the prongs
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Why do people want usb on their power strips? I thought the usb charge rates built into the strips are very low. Am I wrong?
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