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Costco Members: 50' Link2Home Metal Cord Reel 12 AWG SJTW Extension Cord EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: 50' Link2Home Heavy Duty Professional Grade Metal Cord Reel High Visibility 12 AWG SJTW Extension Cord w/ 4 Power Outlets on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

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    • 13 Amps
    • 120 Volts
    • 1250 Watts
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Saw this 50ft 12/3 extension cord at my local costco for 39.99. Online price is 49.99.

https://www.costco.com/link2home-...94770.html

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These "naysayers" are speaking from a safety and code perspective, NEC and to protect the uneducated user.

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I checked this out in the store. It appears to be reasonably well built. Anyone have experience with this?
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I checked this out in the store. It appears to be reasonably well built. Anyone have experience with this?
Yes, I have it, and I use it exclusively to power my Greenworks 12 amp 20-inch lawn mower, and it works like a champ. My only complaint is that winding it up can be a little tricky. For that price I would grab it fast.
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I miss the 2 pack of yellow 12/3 cords. 😢
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I miss the 2 pack of yellow 12/3 cords. 😢
Yup, still using my two-pack from 2017. The head on one of the receptacle ends has detatched from the yellow jacket but the three conductors are still firmly attached. Theyre used for my pressure washer and dethatcher. I grabbed another SD for the orange wire reels.

This is still a good deal esp considering the cost of the reel with it receptacles. And no nay-sayers complaining that they cant power their chain saw/grill/heat pump/atom smasher because the gauge is too thin laugh out loud
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Yup, still using my two-pack from 2017. The head on one of the receptacle ends has detatched from the yellow jacket but the three conductors are still firmly attached. Theyre used for my pressure washer and dethatcher. I grabbed another SD for the orange wire reels.

This is still a good deal esp considering the cost of the reel with it receptacles. And no nay-sayers complaining that they cant power their chain saw/grill/heat pump/atom smasher because the gauge is too thin https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
This is a great deal - it's 12/3 versus the 14 or 16 AWG you normally find here, where "naysayers" are typically just trying to remind people that running a 50' run of speaker wire to power a toaster is probably a bad idea.
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Can this be used for Halloween decorations left outside?
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This is a great deal - it's 12/3 versus the 14 or 16 AWG you normally find here, where "naysayers" are typically just trying to remind people that running a 50' run of speaker wire to power a toaster is probably a bad idea.
These "naysayers" are speaking from a safety and code perspective, NEC and to protect the uneducated user.
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These "naysayers" are speaking from a safety and code perspective, NEC and to protect the uneducated user.
You and I know that - engineers always say regulations are written in blood. Others, not so much.
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Ah, darn, need a 100ft for my backyard :/
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I checked this out in the store. It appears to be reasonably well built. Anyone have experience with this?
Was the the price the same in store your store vs online? Thanks
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12 gauge is a nice touch if you're running a compressor or some higher draw power tools off a 20A garage outlet.
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This is of better quality compared to Sam's Club's Masterplug extension cord. I have both.
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This is a great deal - it's 12/3 versus the 14 or 16 AWG you normally find here, where "naysayers" are typically just trying to remind people that running a 50' run of speaker wire to power a toaster is probably a bad idea.
That's my point. This is thick enough that it covers the 50' use case for probably the biggest possible loads on a 120v outlet...assuming the outside environment doesn't become a volcano.

And I wouldn't bet a red cent that people on SD ("naysayers" ) give unsolicited advice to strangers in the DIY space for the sake of "protecting" anyone...

to quote a PE colleague of mine "anyone who cites one single number in a specification and is claiming to be an expert is not to be trusted"

And I'm no expert. But I do run a 14amp pressure washer in 105 degree weather with two extension cords...
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