MasterPlug Heavy Duty Extension Cord Reel

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#1

MasterPlug Heavy Duty Extension Cord Reel

#2

got the better one of these last time it was on sale, Just used it last week, Great way to keep it organized with a quick way to reel it in without getting your hands and cloths dirty

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#3

What would the advantage be of getting the 3-foot extension model versus getting the 30-foot reel with cord for the same price?

#4

Ummm… https://www.amazon.com/Masterplug-Heavy-Extension-Integrated-Outlets/dp/B01N5F0NTJ - On the mothership, the 40 foot reel is $3 cheaper then here on Woot!!! What gives, Woot!!!

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#5

What gives is the one on Amazon is 10 Amps where our 40ft is 13 Amps.

:slight_smile:

#6

I’m guessing the 30-ft one is this model (Woot doesn’t have it pictured): https://www.amazon.com/Masterplug-Extension-Cassette-Integrated-Outlets/dp/B01N9H7ZTL/

The reel by itself is a nicer reel than the 30-ft one, and it holds up to 50 ft of cord.

#7

Last two pictures have their labels swapped.

#8

Not understanding the difference between the one ft lead and the three ft lead, except two ft.

#9

Fixed! Thanks for the heads up!

#10

The 1-foot lead is one of the heavier duty metal reels, and also has a higher amperage (15A vs 13A). Thanks!

#11

Ahhh, thank you, in for that one

#12

I might bite on this. I have a little Sun Joe electric mower, which is rated for 12A. The yard is about 20 ft deep (typical postage stamp). The heavy-duty cord I’m using has horrible twisting issues. This should help rectify that, right?

#13

Don’t get the lead-only models. The big plug to attach your own power cord (that’s why I bought a couple) gets in the way of reeling it up nicely. Pain in the butt. Wish I had bought it with the cord on.

#14

Well, considering they show an electric mower in the picture, and probably the model I’d need (40’ 13A), I’ll answer my own question and say yes, it should.

#15

We had a 30 below winter and with the existing reel I had, the cord sheathing shattered into a million pieces like glass. Needless to say, I’m not buying another one unless it has a temp rating. Cheap Chinese rubberized plastics don’t cut it in MN.

#16

The description says they all have 14 AWG cords except the USB versions. Does this include the “Heavy Duty” 15A version? 14 AWG is a bit small for 15A.

#17

The pictures they have for the 15A cords show 12 AWG on the real… Don’t know which is accurate the description or the picture.

#18

Why does the Amazon freee shipping never work. I’ve logged in with my Amazon account and if always charges me the 6 bucks for shipping. Is there a catch or is it some kind of a joke.

#19

Morning. The heavy duty version has 12AWG cable, like the USB version. We’re updating the sale.


Hello. I am told:

The AWG rating and amperage are two different things. For the models with the 15A rating, that means the sockets on the reel have a power rating of 15 amps. The 12 AWG (American Wire Gauge) refers to the diameter of the cord itself.

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#20

Hello. Make sure you log out of Woot first. Then log in using the Login with Amazon button.

We also offer Pay with Amazon to use your Amazon address book & payment set up but it doesn’t check for Prime. You sign in for that at checkout.