Model # CE-100PDQ

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Store SKU #280984

HDX 16/3 150 ft. Cord Storage Reel with Stand


16/3 150 ft. Cord Storage Reel with Stand

$997 /each
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Product Overview

The Kord-O-Wynd Heavy-Duty Cord Storage Reel is one of the fastest and simplest ways to organize, store and use your extension cords. The hand slide mechanism and swivel handle make it quick and easy to wind and unwind 16/3 extension cords up to 150 ft. in length. Feed one end of your extension cord into one of the plug capture holes, then wind up your cord. That way you only have to unwind as much as the job dictates. The Kord-O-Wynd even has a built in stand to help keep this clever cord storage reel upright. Made from shatter and temperature resistant thermoplastic, the Kord-O-Wynd will hold up to the elements year after year.

  • Holds up to 150 ft. of 16/3 extension cord
  • Can be used inside and outside
  • Cord stand helps ensure stability
  • Comes with a handle for ease of use
  • Note: Product may vary by store



Cord Thickness (In.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Cord Included
Electrical Product Type
Electrical Cords & Cord Management
Number of Outlets
Product Weight (oz.)
27.2 oz

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
These products are warranted to the original purchaser for one (1) year and only cover failures due to defects in materials or workmanship. If this product is used for rental purposes, the warranty term is reduced to 90 days from the date of purchase.

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Customer Questions & Answers

how do I roll my extension cord in this Cord Storage Reel with Stand if I have to ends and I don´t know which one I am going to use every time?

There is no instructions on the picture.
Asked by: Penny
Since this is a storage reel and your not able to get the female plug or the end of the cord into the wall receptacle through the reel without blocking it from winding up. I just wound the male plug on it first that way I could leave the female plug near the wall receptacle then unwind it to were ever I need the other end. But really it doesn't matter since you have to unwind the entire cord anyway.
Answered by: Irisheyes
Date published: 2016-06-25

how much of a 12 guage will it hold?

i have a 100' 12 guage extension cord - how much of it will it hold?
Asked by: Alan
The specs for 12 gauge SJT cord call out a 0.430 nominal O.D., I have one of these reels and use it to store 100' of 1/4 I.D. poly air hose which has about the same O.D. as 12 gauge SJT - so I would think that you should be able to get your 100" cord onto this reel.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2017-08-10

Plug Capture Holes?

In the description it says to feed one end into the plug capture holes. Where is that, on the handle or one of the big holes on the wheel? Either way, how could you wind the cord without the handle getting in the way? I want to use this on a 100' 14 gauge extension cord. Thanks for any info.
Asked by: Anamandy
Actually, I'm not certain if that description is the correct one for this particular unit. There is a hook on the wheel itself - so what I did was to lay/measure out my 100' 14 gauge extension cord end-to-end, as if I was connecting the male (plug) into the female (receptacle). At the 50' loop, I attached that to the hook, and wound the entire extension cord with both ends rolled out. To keep mine from unwinding, I just plugged the male into the female, turned the wheel until the cord tightened itself. This is a decent item, not sturdy, but it does the intended job...and for $10, it definitely saves on doing an elbow/shoulder wrap. Hope this helps!
Answered by: HotTXSmoker
Date published: 2017-04-22

Has anyone used this to hold christmas lights, wondering how many lights you could fit on if you have?

Asked by: Anonymous
These reels can be used to store Christmas Lights. There is no specific qty that we can give you as it really depends on the type of lights that you have. If you purchase one and aren't satisfied, you can return the product using Home Depot's standard returns policies. Thanks.
Answered by: pstexas
Date published: 2015-11-11
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Customer Reviews

16/3 150 ft. Cord Storage Reel with Stand is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I went to Home Depot expecting to buy the cheaper cord storage reel WITHOUT the stand, but decide... I went to Home Depot expecting to buy the cheaper cord storage reel WITHOUT the stand, but decided the hassle of holding it up wasn't worth it. It also didn't feel that smooth to wind up either. So I decided to pony up a few more bucks for the reel with stand. And I'm glad I did. First, the cons. - As mentioned by several others, there are no instructions. Using Google to look up "how to use extension cord reel" was my instruction, and it helped immensely, but only after I screwed up first. I initially wound up the cable by hooking one end to the hook and spinning the full length of the cable. I immediately knew this was the wrong way because there was no plausible way to plug in the end that was hooked up and buried under the rest of the cable. So as other reviewers have noted, the proper way to use the reel is to hook it from the middle of the cable. Afterwards, just spool out however much cable you need, then reel it back after you're done using it. - The plastic is a bit too lightweight and flimsy. You really need to hold it down in order to reel in the cable, otherwise the weight of the cable being reeled in as it drags along the ground will make it fall over. It's not un-usabley flimsy, but you do need to handle it more gingerly and delicately rather than roughshod it, all in the interest of prolonging its lifespan. And now the pros: - The price. Can't beat it. If you break one in a few years, just get another. - The convenience after you figure out how to use it. Once you wind it up the first time, it's good to go. To reel it back in, just line up both ends of the cable so that they come back in-line into the reel with your hands, and hold the reel to prevent it from falling over. And finally, the suggestions for users: - Figure out a way to make the cord reel not top-heavy so that it doesn't constantly fall over if you're not holding it down. Jury rig some weights onto the base of the stand.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I ended up taking this back. I found it easier to just grab the cord and wrap the old way on my a... I ended up taking this back. I found it easier to just grab the cord and wrap the old way on my arm. I might look into a reel that has and outlet built in.
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did the job I wanted to organize extension cords and hoses in the motor home. Works great
Date published: 2017-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Fine As advertised I was able to fit 150' of ext. cord on the reel. Satisfied.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Real Space and Aggravation Saver I relaly like this reel, though perhaps it should come with instructions for use, because I don't agree with the reviews I've read. You do NOT have to unwind it to plug it in. In fact, that's why I love it. It follows me all over the yard. I will say I wish it had wheels. Follow these steps: 1. There's an anchor hook on the inside of the reel. Find the middle of the cord and pop it in the hook. 2. Thread one half of the cord UNDER the reel. (Yes, this takes a little effort, but you should only have to do it once.) Leave the other half hanging from the front. 3. Reel the cord in, being careful to keep the cord inside the reel. 4. Once you've reeled it all the way in, you should have one end of the cord going over the top and the other end coming out the bottom. 5. Now you can plug it in to the wall and your appliance. Grab the handle and walk with it. Both ends should come out evenly. 6. Rewind it using the crank when you're done.
Date published: 2009-05-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent Product, Instructions would help those who don't understand how to use properly... This product works just like it's supposed to. It's a little chinsy, but waddya want for $10? I've had mine for several years and it has held up fine. A couple points for those who are having trouble: 1. Proper winding: Do not attach one end of your cord to the hook. Instead attach the middle, i.e. lay your cord out lengthwise, then walk one end back to the other so the cord is doubled back on itself. Attach the middle of the cord to the hook, then wind it up. It'll wind twice as fast, and both ends of the cord will be free so you don't need to unwind everything if you just need a few feet. 2. If your cord is too thick to fit under the hook, then use some electrical tape to make a loop fastener on the middle of your cord (wrap tape around cord a couple of times in one spot, then leave about 2-3 inches of slack to form a loop, and then wrap the tape around the cord a couple more times about an inch from where you did it the first time. Then pinch the sticky part of the slack loop together. Hook the loop over the hook on the reel, and wind.
Date published: 2015-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wire storage made easy A light weight, easy to hang on a hook, a very cheap solution to store up to 150”of cable. Simply snap the cable mid into the hook on the reel base and start spinning the wheel. Now it’s a lot easier to manage my 150” long cable.
Date published: 2013-02-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Clip is small & lower capacity This reel is advertised as holding up to 125 ft of 14/3 cord, but it actually just about holds a 100 ft 14/3 cord (Husky). Also, the clip at the center of the reel to which you attach one end of the cord is too small for a 14/3 cord. I clicked "No" on the recommendation to warn those intending to use 14/3 and 12/3 cords that it may not hold as much as advertised and the small clip makes it hard to start reeling in the cord.
Date published: 2014-04-20
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