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25' GoGreen Power 14/3 SJTW Outdoor Extension Cord (Black)

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Amazon also has 25' GoGreen Power 14/3 SJTW Outdoor Extension Cord (Black, GG-13825BK) on sale for $12.16. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

Home Depot has 25' GoGreen Power 14/3 SJTW Outdoor Extension Cord (Black, GG-13825BK) on sale for $12.16. Shipping is free.

Walmart also has 25' GoGreen Power 14/3 SJTW Outdoor Extension Cord (Black, GG-13825BK) on sale for $12.16. Shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (free 30-day trial) or on orders of $35+.

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About this Product:
  • Extension Cord: The GoGreen Power (GG-13825BK) is a contractor grade 14/3 SJTW extension cord.
  • Moisture resistant, abrasion resistant, and durable, even with prolonged exposure to sunlight!
  • The cable is recommended for use with heavy duty equipment and tools, with a maximum of 15 amps, 1875 watts.

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14/3 gauge
For context, I agree with the above, adding that extension cords are, by design, use specific. That means more power hungry devices require thicker gauge wire (the lower the first number the thicker the gauge: i.e. 10/3 cords are bigger and heavier than 12/3 which is bigger and heavier than 14/3 and 16/3, etc). Most residential lamps, fans, gaming consoles, etc, work just fine with 16/2-16/3 cords.

Also, 12/3 cords are significantly heavier and more costly. NOT saying they aren't better, per se, they are. Just important to understand or at least be aware that "better" performance comes with some additional attributes folks should know before/as they make purchase decisions, at least in my opinion. 👍🏼

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Outdoor Extension Cord 14/3 25 ft SJTW - Black at Amazon for $12.16

I have purchased several extention cords from GoGreen Power over the years and have never been disappointed.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NY3ZZQO

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I bought the Amazon Basics 20 ft 16 AWG black cord for 9.04 in October. This one is thicker gauge and longer for only $3 more. Good deal.
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In my experience;
16/3 - garbage, don't own any.
14/3 - ok for direct use on a variety of things. In a pinch I'll use for power equipment if I'm there using it. I won't leave things plugged into these unless it's a very low use item. (Used on to power a couple led strip lights over a grinder in my garage) I wouldn't try to run a garage fridge on one.
12/3 - All I buy nowadays. Good to use for everything. A little more but the benefit is you don't need multiple cords around.
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Not ever going to be used for anything "heavy duty"...I don't reckon...so this should fit the bill.
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For context, I agree with the above, adding that extension cords are, by design, use specific. That means more power hungry devices require thicker gauge wire (the lower the first number the thicker the gauge: i.e. 10/3 cords are bigger and heavier than 12/3 which is bigger and heavier than 14/3 and 16/3, etc). Most residential lamps, fans, gaming consoles, etc, work just fine with 16/2-16/3 cords.

Also, 12/3 cords are significantly heavier and more costly. NOT saying they aren't better, per se, they are. Just important to understand or at least be aware that "better" performance comes with some additional attributes folks should know before/as they make purchase decisions, at least in my opinion. 👍🏼
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I am curious, what are you actually plugging into such a single/tri extension cord? There is nothing wrong with 16/3 for rational normal people, 14/3 sure ok.. you cool.. but 12/3? Then someone on here touting 10/3?! This is no dice. What are you plugging that requires such current that you can't just plug into an actual socket?
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