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Pro Reel Storage Reel, Mounts On Wall, 16" Center To Store Wire, Rope, Hose, Mounts Left Or Right Handed, Heavy Duty, Good For Auto Air Hose, Holds 100' 12/3, 125' 14/3, 150' 16/3 Cord, Cord Not Included.
The ultimate cord storage reel. Stores up to 125 feet of 14/3 cord and 150 feet of 16/3 cord. Also suitable for use with rope, air hose, dock lines, or ski ropes. Perfect for contractors, home owners, RV owners, mechanics, and service technicians. Heavy duty, high impact material for durability. Can be mounted on wall or carried for portability to the job.
fast shipping, packaged great, works good no problems but it flexes a little to muchPublished 1 day ago by Rick F.
I have a heavy cable on it, since the bottom of the handle is open it cuts in to my hand. The carrier is strong and durable. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Alyson K.
I read many people saying that they bust their knuckles while winding up the extension cord. I have big hands and that doesn't seem to be a problem for me. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Tony Amborski
I like the reel for holding my 100 foot extension cord. The issues I have are: the plug-in end has to be free of anything that will hinder it from flapping around until I pull... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Katherine
I love this thing. No more tangled cord and it's so fast to real it in and put the cord away. I have small hands so don't experience the challenges mentioned in other reviews. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joann Swanson
This product was as described, but, as the cheapest one of the bunch, it shows. All plastic. The end (the house end) of the cable is passed through the "axle" to connect... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bruce M. Coleman
good quality and they are mountable for anyplace you need them.Published 1 month ago by Issac Myers
I bought this to wind up 565ft of single 12 gauge wire. Fits just fine. Only issue may be how low the crank goes to the ground; if you aren't careful, you can punch the ground.Published 1 month ago by Michael Champion