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HDX 100 ft. 16/3 Extension Cord
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100 ft. 16/3 Extension Cord

  • Ideal for daily use
  • Light duty cord
  • 100 ft. length
$16.97 /each

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Attain the Workforce 100 ft. 16/3 Extension Cord for use indoors and outdoors. This cord features added length for convenient and versatile use.

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what voltage will this cord handle

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120 is what it is rated for. I would not try anything else.
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Does this work with TORO Ultra 250 mph 350 CFM Electric 12 Amp Blower/Vacuum/Mulcher?
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Its made for 125 volts or your standard household electric outlet.
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125vac/10amps
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none ,lol the cord i bought didnt work .Save your money.
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March 24, 2015
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110/220V household current, but for light duty applications. For heavy duty use get 10/3 or 12/3 gauge.
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100 feet 16 gauge 10 amps max. 125 volts indoor/outdoor use.
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It is rated for 125 volts, but insulated for 300 volts. The most important thing you need to take in to consideration is that you don't put any more than 10 amps through this cord.
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Hi cin416,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
This extension cord is rated at 125 volts.
This cord will provide 10 amps at the end of it's 100 ft. length when it is plugged into a 15 amp household receptacle.
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Is this cord 16 AWG?

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Yes
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Yes. That is what the 16 stands for. It is a three wire (including ground wire), that is what the 3 stands for. 16/3!!
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yes, 16/3 = 16awg / 3 wire
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Its a 16 gauge. The cord i bought didnt work.Save your money.
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Yes, 16/3
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It is 16 gauge and therefore rated at 10 amps. max.
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Yes, it is 16 AWG... that what the 16/3 stands for 16 AWG and 3 wires.
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will this work in winter to power a corded electric snowblower?

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I would take the manual to the HD to have them match the draw needed for the length desired. Electric snow blowers have to match their heaviest draw incase you have a heavy load to work against. I would also have a GFI outlet installed where you would plug in to avoid any accidental problems with electricity and wet conditions.
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Yes it will work just fine, but the cord will get very stiff the colder the temps and the longer it's outside.
My recommendation is that you upgrade to the Husky 100 ft Cold Weather power cord that's designed to stay flexible in cold weather conditions (the blue one#. At $32 it's almost twice the money but will work better for this application. I'd also suggest that you invest an additional couple of
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Yes it will work just fine, but the cord will get very stiff the colder the temps and the longer it's outside.
My recommendation is that you upgrade to the Husky 100 ft Cold Weather power cord that's designed to stay flexible in cold weather conditions (the blue one#. At $32 it's almost twice the money but will work better for this application. I'd also suggest that you invest an additional couple of bucks in an inexpensive plastic reel to store the cord on when not in use #less than $10). I know it's a drag sometimes to spend extra cash to upgrade, but in this case you'll be glad you did.
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Yes, we purchased this extension cord for our snowblower. No issues sofar.
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You need to look at the amperage draw your snowblower has? I have used this cord for virtually every corded power tool I have and have never had an issue, which included a electric chainsaw. But that chainsaw was only 9 - 10 amps.
If the amp draw of your snowblower is large, then you might notice a power loss as this cord is 100' long. You can find charts online that show recommendations on cord gauge Read More
You need to look at the amperage draw your snowblower has? I have used this cord for virtually every corded power tool I have and have never had an issue, which included a electric chainsaw. But that chainsaw was only 9 - 10 amps.
If the amp draw of your snowblower is large, then you might notice a power loss as this cord is 100' long. You can find charts online that show recommendations on cord gauge and length vs the raw of the item being powered. This chart is even on some cords. Read Less
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The best way to find the appropriate gauge cord should be listed in the specifications area where all the information about the product is listed. It usually indicates which size cord to use.
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June 7, 2016
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The extension cord will work with the snow blower as long as it doesn't draw more than 1,250 Watts.
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Can this extn. cord be used to run a standard lawnmower?

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I think that it may be too light of a gauge(16) for a mower. You may want to look at a chart on the package to determine the draw and the length desired to get the right gauge.
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I would be very careful running a lawn mower off of this. Most electric lawn mowers will use 13 Amps or more. This cord can only handle 10 Amps thus it may get hot & cause an electrical fire hazzard. If you need an 100 ft. cord you would probably need a 14 guage or lower extension cord.
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If your lawnmower is electric powered, then yes.
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February 25, 2016
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Yes, you can use this ro run a lawnmower.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 128 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Longer is Always better This 100 foot cord allows me to reach all my hedges when using my Black and Decker Hedge Hog -- Great Product !! May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 100 foot extension cord. This extension cord appears to be the same as any cord you would find in any store. It just cost 1/3 of the price in any other store. When you see a 100 foot extension cord for less than $8.00 my advice is to buy it! October 2, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by OK - not the best quality The extension cord was ok, but not made from the best quality material I was anticipating. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Right Size this is the perfect size cord for the area I have to mow. No longer have to use two or three cords. It stores right on the mower. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product This extension cord was very easy to use. The orange color stood out in the grass, very easy to see. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great deal. Great product for what I needed, easy to store, great price. August 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent product It is exactly what i expected. It really serve the purpose. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's a power cord Who doesn't love a 100 foot power cord on sale!! That's how it started, just believing I'd probably need it some day. That week my mower stopped working and I had to borrow my neighbors little electric mower several times and that 100" of power cord didn't miss a beat! Kept the mower purring without any power lags or getting hot. July 5, 2016
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