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2 pack 50ft outdoor 12-gauge extension cord $29.99 - Costco

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I saw an Anderson Industries 2 pack yellow outdoor lighted 50 ft 12/3 SJTW at Costco B&M for $29.99. It's $5 off from $34.99 though 3/16/17. $5.99 shipping at Costco.com [costco.com].

This is the lowest I've seen for a 12 gauge extension cord. The last deal I saw on Slickdeals was a single 50ft 12/3 SJTW cord for $32. It was also $18 for one on Black Friday at Mills Fleet Farm.
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Created 02-26-2017 at 04:08 PM by poorgrad
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If these are like the extension cords they had in two years ago, they get really hard (not flexible) under 50ish degrees, but still a good deal.
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If these are like the extension cords they had in two years ago, they get really hard (not flexible) under 50ish degrees, but still a good deal.
You are correct about those from a few years ago but these aren't from the same manufacturer. These are much more flexible.
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Nice, this is still a good deal even if you're not a Costco member, and even with shipping.

Subtotal:$34.99
Less Promo CodeFrown$5.00)
Shipping & Handling:$5.99
Non-Member Surcharge:$1.75
Tax:$2.57
Order Total:$40.30

Been wanting a 50ft 12-gauge cord that can be used with 15-amp tools, but not wanting to pay $50-$65 for a single extension cord. Thanks!
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Probably a good deal, just don't need any more...
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Are these cold weather rated so they stay flexible in freezing/below zero temps?
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I've been looking to find some cheap extension cords. This helped a lot thanks.
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In 4 1 (well, it's a 2pack)
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Saw this today on the way to checkout and grabbed them. Seem to be good quality and flexible out of the package. Made in USA.
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Been wanting a 50ft 12-gauge cord that can be used with 15-amp tools, but not wanting to pay $50-$65 for a single extension cord. Thanks!
I think in wall wiring for a 20 amp circuit is 12-gauge. So this should be good for 15 amps.
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I think in wall wiring for a 20 amp circuit is 12-gauge. So this should be good for 15 amps.
It's dependent on length and resistance of the cord (i.e. voltage drop). This article has a good chart: http://www.chainsawjournal.com/bu...sion-cord/

Technically 14-gauge may be barely good enough for 15 amps over 50ft, but 12-gauge is what's recommended.
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ok, i was on the fence on buying these before but now I am. I really was looking for something more in the 15-20 ft range but these seem like too good of a deal to pass up. Thanks for posting.
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$28.99 in B&M Wink !
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Great deal. Thanks for the heads up.
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$28.99 in B&M Wink !
Which location?
It is $29.99 in my store in SoCal.
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