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Woods 6-Outlet Wall Tap Adapter w/ Phone Cradle EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Woods 6-Outlet Wall Tap Adapter w/ Phone Cradle for $3.23. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

Home Depot also has Woods 6 Outlet 280 Joules Surge Protector for $4.23. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+.

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  • 6 outlets optimize your power needs by expanding one standard outlet into six
  • Space saving built-in phone cradle for your phone to rest while charging
  • Easy pull design makes removing wall tap from outlets struggle free
  • cULus Listed

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Woods 6-outlet wall taps on sale again at Home Depot that was previously FP. Free store pickup or free ship on orders $45+.

No center screw if you're into that, but cheapest wall tap from a known brand and UL cert.

Woods 6-Outlet Wall Tap with Phone Cradle $3.23:
-Multi-outlet wall tap includes 6-outlets
-Power Station is cUL listed for your family's safety
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Woods.../305515855

The surge protection version is a buck more $4.23:
Woods 6 Outlet 280 Joules Surge Protector
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Woods.../305515857
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thanks, repped.
DIDN'T need it & ordered ANYWAY.
Just to note,
Unless those who are living in an area that has a lot of hurricanes, thunderstorms
or power outage, Higher surge protection may be necessary.

In general, the power from the pole is pretty stable on its electricity current
Nonetheless, there is already some protection in the house with the circuit breaker.
even modern electric products have some sort of protection
such as the adapter we use for some products.
Although, it will break your adapter
and it may lead to additional costs to replace one if your warranty is out.

So, unless those who were having products that are expensive, it will be okay for having a little protection, or maybe without it.
(Such as nice gaming desktops and computers. etc that may cost a lot
If you have kitchen appliances like easily goes over $1000 with all the fancy feature, you would definately go with the surge protection on it )

However, if you are living in a house that has old wires, which can cause some unstable electricity or an area that has lots of hurricanes that may cause trouble with electricity, I am gonna say buy the surge protection with higher joule ratings, at ~400V
also, if you buy one with the surge + overload protection, it will make your house safer.

If you are going to use it for those with the motors, or easily overload the electric current, will be safe to choose which marks as "for Heavy Duty" "Overload Protection" "Surge protection that over 2000Joule"

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Bought 1 of each for ship to store, will see how it goes, thanks
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thanks, repped.
needed & ordered.
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thanks, repped.
DIDN'T need it & ordered ANYWAY.
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Thank you! I have been needing these but haven't had the time to do any price comparisons on them. In for two of each.
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too bad Amazon doesn't sell the wall tap with surge. Not going to HD any time soon.
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No center hole, no protection
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What's the difference between the two offered at HD? I don't understand what joules is.
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Quote from PaperOrPlastic :
What's the difference between the two offered at HD? I don't understand what joules is.
Joules of surge protection. The one that lists 'joules' is a surge protector. 280 is very low so I wouldn't protect something expensive with it but it's technically better than nothing.
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Joules of surge protection. The one that lists 'joules' is a surge protector. 280 is very low so I wouldn't protect something expensive with it but it's technically better than nothing.
cant even protect a phone while charging at 5w?
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Just to note,
Unless those who are living in an area that has a lot of hurricanes, thunderstorms
or power outage, Higher surge protection may be necessary.

In general, the power from the pole is pretty stable on its electricity current
Nonetheless, there is already some protection in the house with the circuit breaker.
even modern electric products have some sort of protection
such as the adapter we use for some products.
Although, it will break your adapter
and it may lead to additional costs to replace one if your warranty is out.

So, unless those who were having products that are expensive, it will be okay for having a little protection, or maybe without it.
(Such as nice gaming desktops and computers. etc that may cost a lot
If you have kitchen appliances like easily goes over $1000 with all the fancy feature, you would definately go with the surge protection on it )

However, if you are living in a house that has old wires, which can cause some unstable electricity or an area that has lots of hurricanes that may cause trouble with electricity, I am gonna say buy the surge protection with higher joule ratings, at ~400V
also, if you buy one with the surge + overload protection, it will make your house safer.

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cant even protect a phone while charging at 5w?
280 Joule will protect 5w charger for sure.
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This thing is always $1 in "99 cent only store"
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I ordered two of these previously. Tried both of them in two different plugs. They didn't fit. I guess I will sell them at a garage sale for a buck a piece. On Amazon reviews are great. Maybe quality control has dropped, but I don't recommend. Good luck.
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