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RIDGID 100 ft. 12/3 (-58 Degree) Cold Weather Extension Cord
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RIDGID

100 ft. 12/3 (-58 Degree) Cold Weather Extension Cord

$97.97 /each

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This 300-Volt, indoor and outdoor, extension cord can be used in heavy use applications. This extension cord offers oil resistance, extreme flexibility and durability and a kink free cord when you need it most. It is great for use with power tools, in extreme weather conditions, requiring 15 Amp or less. Its lighted female end indicates power is being supplied to the cord.

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100 ft. 12/3 (-58 Degree) Cold Weather Extension Cord is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy Duty - Professional Grade Wow, such a durable, heavy-duty extension cord. Being a total of 100 feet long, there is some weight to this cord as well, just about 13 pounds total. I like that the end lights up so you know that it is working. Rated up to 15 Amp, 125-Volt, 1875-Watts Can tolerate extreme temperatures: Flexible from -58˚F to 221˚F Perfect for power tools, shop vacs, generators, etc!
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A must have for Pros and DIYers This 100 feet 12/3 cold weather extension cord is must have for the Pro and DIYer. It is rated for frequent and rugged use on job sites during extreme cold weather and suitable for high-amperage tools and lighting. It keeps tools running at their peak performance at a longer distance. It carries the ratings of SJEOW. S--Is a flexible cord designed for general use; J--Is a cord with standard 300 voltage insulation; E--Is a cord jacket made from thermoplastic elastomer rubber (TPE); O--The cord is oil-resistant; W--The cord is rated for outdoor. The extension cord end has a power on light so that you know that the power is on when you see the light when plugged in.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy Duty is right - great for generators This cord is indeed heavy duty - just under 13 lbs and much thicker than my 14 gauge cords. We picked this up to go with our generator which seems we need to use 1-2 times per winter due to power outages. This cord will carry a lot of amperage over 100 ft... delivering the amperage you expect and need for powering up heaters, motors, etc. We've only used down to 15F, but at that temp, the cord remained easy to roll up. The lighted female end allows you to see if you have power to the cord. Note - know how much amperage you need and the length you need to carry that amperage.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy Duty Extension Cord This extension cord is gr at for all outdoor uses and is very heavy duty. The cord is thick and durable and does not kink or get tangled when in use and being moved around as you work with a connected power tool. The 100 foot length is great fo have as it gives an extended reach which is very useful when working with electric tools such as trimmers, edgers, and pole saws on the edges of your yard. This can also be used for outdoor seasonal decorations that require power. The end of the cord where you plug your tool or item into actually lights up which is a neat feature.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extra Strong - Weather safe! This is a great power cord. We used it to provide power to our holiday lights! We never have weather as cold as this is rated for, but I was concerned about leaving the standard "orange" cords out in the rain and cold weather for a month and 1/2. With this one, you can feel that is is more durable and less likely to crack in the sun and weather. One of the best features is that when there is power running through the cord, the part where you plug in your lights is lit up! It was really nice since we were outside and it was getting dark. We unplugged the lights and used this with an electric chainsaw to trim one of the trees and the cord did not get warm at all the way some extension cords get when they are used in heacy duty circumstances.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Professional Grade 1. This heavy duty Extreme Weather Contractor Grade extension cord is ideal for those winter outdoor and indoor applications. 2. Rated at 15 amp, 125 Volts and 1875-watts 3. Ideal for powering those power saws, compressors, vacuums, lighting and other 15 amp or less equipment. 4. The cord is 12 gauge (3/8 in. dia.)/ 3 wire and flexible from -58° F to 221°F. and weighs 13.25 lbs. 5. The cord has maximum flexibility and durability and remains kink free. 6. The plug has a Power-On Indicator 7. Full Lifetime Warranty
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Better Cord Than This I've been fighting cheap extension cords for over fifty years. Most so stiff in cool weather it takes five minutes to get a fifty footer untangled. This Ridgid brand cord at 100 ft. with 12 ga. copper wire and soft flexible rubber cover is also made here in USA. I am proud to use this great cord. The led light on the female end is a very nice feature to know the power is on. This cord is a must have on construction or hobby job sites. It will power all tools that draw high amps upto 15 amps.
Date published: 2016-10-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best use would be onsite long term. My opinion on this may vary depending on intended use. This cord is a horse, it weighs around 20 pounds all coiled up and could get to be a chore to coil up and roll out a few times a day on a regular basis. Put in use and left there over a period of time it would be great It is supposed to remain flexible from -58˚F to 221˚F but personally I hope to never be outside in either extreme. But electrically it should handle just about anything you would ever operate on an extension cord. Its three 12 gauge conductors will handle 15 amps on a 125 v circuit and 1875 watts. 12/3 is what my 110 v circuits in my home are wired with so I have little doubt of its abilities. Im going to power a small shed with it this winter to keep the battery charged in the tractor and the building lighted. (and who knows what else)
Date published: 2016-10-22
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