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RIDGID 25 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug


25 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug

  • Equipped with lighted power-on indicator
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Kink-free cord allows maximum reach
$3847 /each

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This RIDGID 300 volt indoor/outdoor 25 ft. extension cord features 12-gauge wire suitable for heavy-use applications. It offers flexibility, durability and kink-free reach when you need it most. Great for use with saws, shop vacuums or any power tools requiring 15 amp or less, the contractor-grade extension cord has a lighted power indicator to indicate the flow of electricity.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this cord run an electric heater for an RV

Asked by: Gerryh1
To: 'Gerryh1' - Re:{ will this cord run Heater in RV?} Be very cautious, please? - - -read that Data Plate of the Heater. "IF" it does require only 15 amps on a 120 volt Circuit, then, this 12/3 @ 25 feet cord will do fine, assuming that zero other ITEMs are operated.....eli2
Answered by: ei2
Date published: 2017-04-05

Can this extension cord be used in a wet location where it may occasionally sit in water.

I am using this product on a sailboat
Asked by: MAKS
There is nothing special about the ends that would protect against moisture, so keep that in mind. However if just the cord part is going to be exposed to some water I wouldn't hesitate there. The sheathe is really heavy duty so I wouldn't imagine there would be any issues.
Answered by: DstBstSN
Date published: 2015-11-04

Would this be better to use with a 7 amp angle grinder than a 14/3 cord?

I was thinking that the grinder wouldn't really need that thicker gauge. But I don't know if that's how it works.
Asked by: goofy
since its only 7 amp u realy dont need a big beffy cord unless ur using it to also power bigger tools this might help u pick a cord 16 gauge 50 feet 13 amps. 100 feet 10 amp 14 gauge 50 feet 15 amp. 100 feet 13 amp. 150 feet 7 amp 12 gauge 50 feet 20 amp. 100 feet 15 amp.150 feet 13 amp 10 gauge 50 feet 20 amp. 100 feet 20 amp. 150 feet 15 amp this is the amprage for many diffrent gauges and feet maby this will help u pick a cord i know this because i have to know how far i can weld on a ceartin cord gauge
Answered by: millerwelding12
Date published: 2017-03-24

Can this be used to plug in a window a/c unit to a single circuit 15 amp breaker? The a/c unit says its 12 amps 1330w.

Asked by: Tivomkc
Thank you for your inquiry in our 100 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug. The rating for this cord is adequate. Running a window air conditioner on an extension cord for an extended period of time is not recommended. Extension cords are temporary use devices hence the name “service cord”. Local codes may prohibit the use of an extension as a mean to power devices for an extended period of time inside a building. Due to the nature of an extension cord temporary power purpose, there is also a risk a cord end may become separated from its mate. You will also need to make that any excess cord is laid out flat and not coiled up. This can melt the jacket and may create a fire hazard if left unattended.
Answered by: Cerro Electrical
Date published: 2016-08-17
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Customer Reviews

25 ft. 12/3 SJTW Extension Cord with Lighted Plug is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this to power a 13 amp electric snow... I bought this to power a 13 amp electric snow blower. It worked perfectly. The cold didn't cause it to become too stiff to manage either. I especially like the way the plug lights up. Since blowing fuses is easy with this type of tool, it's nice to be able to know right away you have power.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as it should Works as it should
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This unsung hero is one of the most enduring components in your shop. The off-brand 16 awg I'm us... This unsung hero is one of the most enduring components in your shop. The off-brand 16 awg I'm using right now is about 15 years old and will probably do it all over again as they're so easy to fix. Notwithstanding, I needed a thicker gauge. Honestly, I don't need a little light to tell me when the wire is hot. It strikes me as a gimmick that will break long before the cord would naturally expire. I found the $40 US Wire & Cable equivalent on this website and will be returning this disturbingly expensive Rigid one to the store so I can put that $50 savings towards a new tool to plug it in to. They're both SJTW, UL listed, and were probably made in the same factory. It even notes "distributed by Rigid" on a tag. Rigid is okay but the name doesn't command a 125% markup. I probably would have let 5% slide.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Flexible and High Quality Extension Cord It’s past time to replace my old, frayed and undersized extension cords. I bought a Ridgid 25 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord a few years ago and have been very satisfied with its performance, so I decided on a new Ridgid 100 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord with Lighted Plug. This is a contractor grade cord and is rated for 15 Amps. It also stays flexible from -58 to 167 degrees Fahrenheit and uses three 12 gauge copper stranded wires. The lighted plug is a nice feature that is very handy at night. \ As a general rule, an extension cord should be as short as possible to avoid excessive voltage drop under load. This Ridgid 100 Ft 12 Gauge Extension Cord is the perfect solution for using power tools, shop vacuums and other high power consumption devices at a long distance from the power source. Highly Recommended!!
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what I want I have a 100ft. cord, and it was just getting to be a problem, when all I really only need was a smaller cord. This one has done the trick.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect for yard work This power cord uses 12 gauge wire - which is heavy enough to drive a 15 Amp device. If you use a lighter cable you may be overloading the cable resulting in lower being available to the appliance. We use this for powering our electric lawnmower and it works perfectly for that purpose. The appliance end socket has a small light in it to show you when the cable is energized. This is really useful when you are 100' away from the wall socket and you need to know if the power is on or not. It is a grounded cable as you would expect and is a full 100' long (I measured it!)
Date published: 2015-08-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flexible and Heavy Duty This is a heavy-duty extension cord. You can tell it’s higher quality than cheaper cords just by picking it up – it’s much heavier than its cheaper counterparts and its rubber insulation feels more robust. Despite its sturdy construction, it’s still very flexible and easy to coil. It works great for powering shop vacs, lawn equipment and power tools. The lighted plug is also a nice feature. If you are regularly powering devices with high power consumption, you can’t go wrong with this cord!
Date published: 2015-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The last cord you’ll need! This is my second Rigid 12 gauge extension cord. While I use extensions often around the shop and yard I’ve oftentimes went with cheaper cords because I didn’t want to spend the money. I love this cord – it’s so much better than a cheaper cord. For one, the construction is excellent, with heavy rubber insulation and a beefy plug and receptacle that are firmly attached. I’ve had my first cord for two years now and have put it to good use restoring my barn. 12 gauge is not only heavy duty but also supports higher current (15A), which is great for power tools. The lighted end is great, of course, letting you know if it’s powered up. By the way, 100 feet is exactly the limit for a 12 gauge cord to carry 15 amps without a significant voltage drop, so again, this is a no-brainer solution in my opinion. Unless you physically damage the cord it will last for many years and serve you well. I’m not lying when I say that every time I grab this for a task I feel spoiled.
Date published: 2015-07-15
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