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HDX

Model # CE-100PDQ

Internet # 100028177

Store SKU # 280984

16/3 150 ft. Cord Storage Reel with Stand

$9.97 /each

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Model # CE-100PDQ

Internet # 100028177

Store SKU # 280984

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

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Cord Thickness (In.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
8.25 
Product Height (in.) 
11 
Product Width (in.) 
13.75 
Details
Cord Included 
No 
Electrical Product Type 
Electrical Cords & Cord Management 
Number of Outlets 
Product Weight (oz.) 
27.2 oz 
Returnable 
90-Day 
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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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?

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April 27, 2015
There is no instructions on the picture.
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Lithia Springs
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May 9, 2016
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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.
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June 23, 2015
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Hook the middle of your cord onto the reel and wind it up - that what you always have BOTH ends available.
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May 23, 2015
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I am still having trouble winding this up to make it easy to unwind!!!
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April 28, 2015
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I clip the male end of the cord closest to the core of the reel then roll the cord completely. When I use it I unroll it completely so I can get to the male end and plug into the outlet, and the other end connects to your appliance/tool. I suppose you could leave @ 10 inches of the cord beginning (male end) sticking up the inside of the reel and then wind it, if you don't want to entirely unwind the Read More
I clip the male end of the cord closest to the core of the reel then roll the cord completely. When I use it I unroll it completely so I can get to the male end and plug into the outlet, and the other end connects to your appliance/tool. I suppose you could leave @ 10 inches of the cord beginning (male end) sticking up the inside of the reel and then wind it, if you don't want to entirely unwind the cord. You'd then have some loose cord to plug into the outlet (with the reel closely attached), and would then unwind however much cord you'd need. Read Less
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April 28, 2015
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You can use the large holes to anchor the cord ends.
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April 28, 2015
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First, grab both ends of and straighten all the cord so that you have the mid-point of the cord. Then take the mid-point and insert into a small hook located on the center area of the wheel. Then start rotating the wheel to reel the cord . By the time you are done rolling the cord, you will have both ends available and you can pull out the one you need to use.
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how much of a 12 guage will it hold?

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December 18, 2014
i have a 100' 12 guage extension cord - how much of it will it hold?
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Foxborough MA
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June 23, 2015
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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.
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January 7, 2015
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This cord manager will hold 125' of 14/3 extension cord and 100' of 12/3 extension cord.
Thanks
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Plug Capture Holes?

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

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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.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Cord Reel I love this product the cord storage reel is just perfect I no longer have to deal with having to untangling my long extended cords any more. I would recommend this to anyone who uses long cords for the outdoor electrical tools.. GREAT !!! May 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Definitely needed for long cable It is very useful ... and definitely needed for storing a long (100ft) electric cable. One suggestion is to first fold the cable in half and then roll it on the wheel. Plastic is cheap but worth the money. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very handy device Works perfectly - very handy. Makes using the outside extension cord easy. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by roller up! Not much to say, other than a whole lot easier to control a long extension cord with this than manually rolling it up. There is a hold clip on the reel to hold the cord to start rolling the cord without slippage. I use it for a 100' extension cord & wind it up in less than a minute. I've used these for a couple decades. May 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Storage Reel only I bought the reel so I could wind up the cord without touching it that I use on my grass trimmer to do the dog run. I didn't realize you can't leave the plug out to plug into the wall. So you have to unreel the entire cord. Which is fine since the main reason I wanted it so I wouldn't touch the cord since it is going through poo in the dog run. It's not as sturdy as I would have liked but again its cheap and does essentially what I needed. May 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Light weight and easy to use I bought this product online and picked up in my favorite location. I followed the suggestion by one of the reviewer to fold my power cord in half and reel in the cord from there. It was easy to roll and easy to use. It saves me a lot of trouble to untangle my cord whenever I wanted to use it. It is light and I can store it easily. So far so good. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. February 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ADEQUATE FOR THE JOB I simply needed something to handle a 100 foot outdoor extension cord without it continuously getting tangled. This works for me. It has a a notch in the center of the reel to attach the cord which helps with keeping it straight. I think is a great value for the money. October 27, 2015
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