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Southwire 28827421 25' 14/2 indoor electrical wire $10.76

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This is back again, Southwire 28827421 25' 14/2 with ground Romex brand SIMpull residential indoor electrical wire type NM-B, White

https://smile.amazon.com/Southwir...B000BQKC10

I wish there were deals on 50ft.

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Good price Thanks!!
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Have a basement and Morton building to wire and less than half the price of what I just bought to get started so in for 10. Thanks.
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I've gotten this a few times, it tends to show up for the same price every couple of weeks. That said, the price of copper has come down quite a bit spot is down 25% from it's high earlier this year.
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Deal is dead.
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Have a basement and Morton building to wire and less than half the price of what I just bought to get started so in for 10. Thanks.
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Mostly for lighting, if you can figure out how to use the limited 25' without much waste (less than 9%), it can be a good deal, but probably not...

You just bought 10 rolls of OP for a total of 250' for $107.60.
There are better deals, but just take a local box store like Lowes.
250-ft 14-2 NM-B .... $124.00 everyday price at Lowes [lowes.com] before any discounts.
250-ft 14/2 UF-B .... $127.00 everyday price at Lowes [lowes.com] before any discounts. (Direct burial, wet locations, etc.)

You cannot waste anymore than about 2 feet of the OP 25' roll before using a 250' roll is the better option and that is before any discounts like 10% military, discounted gift cards, CC rebates, etc. The OP is for those that need 25' or less for one project.
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Mostly for lighting, if you can figure out how to use the limited 25' without much waste (less than 9%), it can be a good deal, but probably not...

You just bought 10 rolls of OP for a total of 250' for $107.60.
There are better deals, but just take a local box store like Lowes.
250-ft 14-2 NM-B .... $124.00 everyday price at Lowes [lowes.com] before any discounts.
250-ft 14/2 UF-B .... $127.00 everyday price at Lowes [lowes.com] before any discounts. (Direct burial, wet locations, etc.)

You cannot waste anymore than about 2 feet of the OP 25' roll before using a 250' roll is the better option and that is before any discounts like 10% military, discounted gift cards, CC rebates, etc. The OP is for those that need 25' or less for one project.
Have sub panel towards middle of both and both already have many legs of 12/2 run so just need to add lights for rooms building and added runs for overhead LED for 40' building to replace the Halogen already on each end. Also I have a bin of every piece that has been left over in last 40 years for loops or short projects. Do have a 259" roll of 12/2 that I use as leads from the breaker to first plug/light then dasiy chain to what I am adding such as can lights or light duty plugs.
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Have sub panel towards middle of both and both already have many legs of 12/2 run so just need to add lights for rooms building and added runs for overhead LED for 40' building to replace the Halogen already on each end. Also I have a bin of every piece that has been left over in last 40 years for loops or short projects. Do have a 259" roll of 12/2 that I use as leads from the breaker to first plug/light then dasiy chain to what I am adding such as can lights or light duty plugs.
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At one time, halogen and even xenon were popular, but dang, they are hot in the summer. We still have some 500watt halogen work lights that are ok in the winter, but bulbs (that are not created equal) don't last long in the summer where they get hot inside their metal housing.

Also needing to replace lights in a building, not sure which to use. I have been through so many of the '50,000 hour' LED's, I have about given up on the cheaper shop lights. Meanwhile, the old fluorescent with 0 degree ballasts have lasted for decades. I read a lighting study and need to find it again, but there was a valid argument for watt used, fluorescent were as good or better than LED, but LED is supposedly better for the environment.

Quite probable, you are going to have some more pieces of wire to add to your collection. Smilie
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