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null 100 ft. 10/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug
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100 ft. 10/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug

$149.00 /each

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This 300-Volt, indoor and outdoor, extension cord can be used in heavy use applications. This extension cord offers flexibility, durability, and a kink free cord when you need it most. It is great for use with saws, shop vacuums, or any power tools requiring 15 Amp or less.

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what makes this 10/3 cord worth more money than the 12/3 cord when they both handle 15amps and the same watts?

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August 28, 2016
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IN REALITY 10/3 CAN EASILY HANDLE 20 AMPS . IT IS USUALLY THE ENDS THAT FAIL BY MELTING UNDER PROLONGED USE.
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August 15, 2016
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The fact that both can "handle" 15A only means that they won't melt or catch fire when passing that much current - it says nothing about how your electrical devices will behave. The smaller gauge wire will show more voltage drop under load than heavier wire. That means that high-current devices that require full voltage can perform better with this cord than they might with a smaller cord. That won't be Read More
The fact that both can "handle" 15A only means that they won't melt or catch fire when passing that much current - it says nothing about how your electrical devices will behave. The smaller gauge wire will show more voltage drop under load than heavier wire. That means that high-current devices that require full voltage can perform better with this cord than they might with a smaller cord. That won't be evident if you're using things like brush motors, heating elements, and LEDs; but it will be noticeable in sensitive electronics. Read Less
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May 13, 2016
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Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. The 10/3 SJTW cord has a thicker jacket than the 12/3 SJTW that will withstand more wear and tear over time and can withstand higher initial startup spikes in the current when initially starting a tool or equipment. Cost wise, it has a higher copper content which increases the cost of the cord.
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12 gauge my not hold 15amps over 100 feet. That value is on the upper limit for 12 ga. It may pop the house breaker. 15 amps over 100 feet is in the middle of what a 10ga wire will hold over that distance.
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Can it be used on 240 volt sanding machines

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Depends on the machine's specifications, but in general: NO. This cord is not rated for 240V. Even if you cut the 110V ends off and properly installed 240V connections, the cord's internal insulation isn't designed for 240V. So it hasn't been tested that way - there would be no way to know how much current it could handle safely. Buy a 240V extension cord.
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January 15, 2016
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Thank you for contacting Cerro with your product inquiry. We are unable to completely determine the compatibility without knowing the specs of your sanding machine. This 10/3 SJTW Extension Cord is rated for 15 Amp, 125-Volt, 1875-Watt as stated. Let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.
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Is this an outdoor extension cord? Is it weather resistant? Can I use this cord outdoors in a subzero, Minnesota winter without damaging it?

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October 3, 2016
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Thank you for contacting us with your product inquiry. This extension cord is rated for indoor & outdoor use. It's jacket resists moisture, abrasion and performs in temperatures ranging from -58°F to 167°F. Please let us know if you need any other questions answered.
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Can I replace the male plug. My earth pin has failed after a few abusive individuals stood on it!

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I have a hard time throwing this away when it cost so much. I can only find a Leviton 15 A male plug with a 12 GA capacity.
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May 25, 2016
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Thank you for your question. We do not offer a replacement end that adapts to a 10 gauge extension cord. Please let us know if there is anything else we can help you with!
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Built for big boys, and made in USA The Ridgid 100' 10/3 is the extension cord you WANT. Its heavy gauge means less voltage-drop even under high-current loading. And its flexibility (surprisingly similar to a wet noodle) means it won't kink, chafe, or cut as easily as stiffer ones; even at low temperatures. A side-benefit is that it sheds dried mud & cement as if it was greased. The fact that it's made in USA is icing on the cake. I bought it in a bundle with a smaller cord, and the bundle cost less than this cord by itself. August 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice VERY Heavy duty. No line drop powering a 15,000 btu ac unit. May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Extension Cord Yet! Nice and thick cord that I can power what I need like that the end lights up so I know power is to it cost a lot for a extension cord but you get what you pay for and it does what I need it to April 24, 2016
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