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

  • Fast and simple way to organize and store extension cords
  • Holds up to 150 ft. of 16/3 extension cord
  • Comes with a handle for ease of use and portability
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Product Overview

The Kord-O-Wynd Heavy-Duty Cord Storage Reel makes storing, using and organizing extension cords fast and simple. A swivel handle and hand slide mechanism make winding and unwinding 16/3 extension cords up to 150 ft. long quick and easy. Just feed one end of an extension cord into a plug capture hole, then wind up the 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.
  • California residents
  • 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

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Specifications

Dimensions

Cord Thickness (In.)
0
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
0
Product Weight (oz.)
27.2
Returnable
180-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.

Questions & Answers

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How do wind wire in this thing. The instructions give here do to seem work because the stand is on the way.

Asked by Pmm April 28, 2018
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You find the mid-point of the extension cord and attach it to the hook on the center of the drum, then, if possible stretch out both ends of the cord in a straight line side by side. When you crank the handle both ends of the cord wind on side by side. When you use the cord, place it mid-way between your power outlet and the job location and unwind both ends of the cord, plug into the outlet, socket goes to job location. When done just stretch out the two ends of the cord side by side and roll back on.

It mentions a handle in the description. Yet the picture doesn't show one. I returned it already.

Asked by joe March 22, 2018
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The unit does have a handle for easy winding of cord onto the reel.

What is the point of the plug capture holes if the reel design doesn't allow you to leave one end...

Asked by timb March 24, 2020
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@Bayco representative: The product overview says "Just feed one end of an extension cord into a plug capture hole, then wind up the cord. That way you only have to unwind as much as the job dictates." That indicates you CAN use the cord while the extra length is still wound up, exactly the opposite of what you're telling us. I am very disappointed to learn that the product can't be used as the text promises.

Is there a plastic hook located on the tube between the two side walls, that I can hook my cord to?

Asked by unclelou June 1, 2020
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Yes

Can you use this to store 50 ft of coax rg6 cable?

Asked by Cabler November 15, 2016
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Yes.

Can this be used to store string Christmas lights? thanks!

Asked by Dreamer December 29, 2016
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Yes It has a hook on the spindle from which to anchor whatever cord or light string you want to roll up. Great for storage alone, not so much for an electrical extension already plugged into an outlet.

What are the plug capture holes?

Asked by pneu September 9, 2018
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Plug capture holes are specific holes in a reel the cord plug is placed through so not to be wound up with cord.

Can I use this reel for 1/4in. X100ft air hose

Asked by Spike January 25, 2020
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It is possible that you could use it for 1/4" air hose but would probably need you to unroll the entire hose to use it. When used with an extension cord the middle of the cord is attached to a hook on the drum and when the cable is rolled up both the plug and the socket are available at the outer side of the center drum making it convenient to place it midway between your outlet and the job location. just unroll enough to reach the outlet and you automatically get enough rolled off the socket end to reach your work area. Makes it very convenient to roll back on when the job is done. The hook on the drum center may be too small for an air hose or may result in a flow restricting kink.

Mine had no handle? Should there be a handle???

Asked by joe March 22, 2018
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Yes, the stand has a handle.

Will this reel store 10/3 100ft cord if rolled perfectly?

Asked by CordMaster January 31, 2019
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Does the job well

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garbage without drilling a hole
seriously, just bore a hole in the spool using a hole saw
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Needs a Hack, then It Works Great
This is working great with my otherwise unwieldly 100 ft extension cord. However, and several other reviewers have pointed this out, it works WAY better if you cut a 1 -1/4" hole in the axle and feed a few inches of the female end out the non handle side. This way, you can plug in to an outlet, walk to your job location unwinding as you got, plug into the female outlet end, then unplug and wind it up as you walk back to your power source. I can't give it 5 stars, but if they had put this hole in it for me I would have. In cutting you run the risk of breaking the axle plastic but I got lucky using a spade bit. A hole saw would be ideal if you have a long enough arbor. Just be advised if you use a lot of amps you should probably unwind it all the way to avoid heat buildup.
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With a little modification
I couldn’t figure this thing out. I knew there had to be an easier way so I came back and looked at the reviews and saw that several people said they drilled a hole in the middle to feed the electrical cord through. I didn’t have a drill bit big enough but I drilled a hole and then cut a square out with a razor knife so the male end of the cord fed through the center hub. I fed about 5 feet through it which would reach my outside plug and from there it was easy breezy! Very happy!
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This product could be five stars if a 1 1/8" hole for the entry of the cord was available through...
This product could be five stars if a 1 1/8" hole for the entry of the cord was available through the center hub, near the retainer clip. I drilled my own hole, and it works perfectly. Without the hole, the entry end of the cord swings around while you wind the cord.
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This is cord storage and can be used as an extension cord. I've been using a 100' thick extension...
This is cord storage and can be used as an extension cord. I've been using a 100' thick extension cord on and off for a while, and always end up piling it up into a box so I don't trip over it, but this still caused it to twist and tangle, and causing me frustration and time when I take it out to use it again. Bought this cord storage reel at Home Depot (lower cost than other big box store). Disappointed about the simple instructions which is for storage ONLY just like the product name said. However, I needed it for frequent use so developed a way to make it so I can also use the cord and wind it back for storage. PRO: It's lightweight, easy to rotate, stands independently on its own flat footing or lay horizontally on its non-handle side if that's the space you have, compacted my 100' of thick extension cord as a storage unit ONLY if you follow their label's simple instructions. Read below for a TIP on how to start it as a Storage reel, and BIG TIP if you want to make it a very USABLE storage unit as long as the cord does not have any cuts or wires exposed. CON: The label's simple instructions sets this up for ONLY 'storage', but insufficient if you're going it also want to use the cord while wound up in the reel. TIP: Either way, begin by making sure your entire cord isn't all twisted up or it will be very lumpy, hard to wind up onto the reel & will use more reel space. To start winding your cord onto the reel, the inside reel has a molded starter hook to place the initial end of your cord (the plug end). Unfortunately my 100' heavy duty orange extension cord was too thick to fit into this start-hook and I didn't want to force the cord into such a narrow hook (either the plastic hook will break or my cord will tear and expose the wires inside). As a work-around, you can take your cord's plug end and use a short strong tape to hold down the cord onto the inside reel if you're only using this as storage. Continue winding the rest of the cord until you reach the (socket) end, and weave the socket head through the big circles on one of the sides to keep cord in place while being stored. BIG TIP to make this a USABLE storage: BEFORE beginning, make sure your cord is not twisted, tangled, have any cuts or exposed wires. Take at least 10 to 15 inches of the plug end cord and weave it thru the big circles on one of the sides, leaving the plug to hang out from one of the outside big circle. Use a strong short tape and tape a small area of the cord onto the inside reel where the plastic start hook is located. Start winding the rest of the cord until you reach the socket end, then connect both socket and plug ends together to keep everything in place. This allows you to store it neatly, the plug and socket ends readily available to use and for unwinding/re-winding capability when both ends are not together. Hope this helps all you long cord owners.
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Need to have lead wire so I can plug in cord to outlet. In order to do this you need to compress...
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Need to have lead wire so I can plug in cord to outlet. In order to do this you need to compress the tab holding the 2 sides together. I'm unable to compress the tabs, therefore the reel is not useable
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I've seen better. I won't buy anymore. Useless to...
I've seen better. I won't buy anymore. Useless to use to wind up or pull out in a hurry-it doesn't. It's quicker to do contractor loops. It's a good compact storage for a long heavy duty electric cord
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works great rolls up cord easily and neatly...
works great rolls up cord easily and neatly
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