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Bayco K-100 150-Foot Cord Reel

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  • Handle driven cord storage reel
  • Holds up to 150ft of 16/3 cord
  • Easy carry handle
  • Wide base for stability
  • Floor standing
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Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 10.8 x 12.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0000BYDKO
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  • Item model number: K-100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (575 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #483 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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From the Manufacturer

Cord manager is a deluxe 150 ft capacity reel cord holder for indoor and outdoor extension cords.

Product Description

K-100 Features: -Product Type:Air Hose Reel. Dimensions: -Hose Length:150 -Overall Product Weight:2 -Hose Reel Height - Top to Bottom:13.5 -Hose Reel Width - Side to Side:11


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Customer Reviews

Really helps keep the cords organized & saves so much time not having to untangle all the knots.
Patrice B.
The end of the cord is secured to the inside of the reel so you have to unwind the WHOLE cord in order to plug it in to use it.
kimberly
Not what I expected, the plastic feels flimsy and has too much give, I'd spend a few more bucks for harder plastic.
Luis J. Lugo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,032 of 1,040 people found the following review helpful By R. Armstrong on November 23, 2007
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i've owned a couple of these (not through amazon) and they do work, especially with cords 100' or less and not greater than 16g. I am writing this to help those who have or are looking to purchase one of these. this tip will make this a useful "tool" AND save you half the time and hassle.

rather than winding this thing end to end, unroll the cord and fold it once. the male and female ends should now be together. at the opposite end is the middle of the cord. take some plastic zip ties (3 or 4 minimum) and zip tie the middle of the cord to the cord wheel. now when you roll the cord, you are rolling both ends in at the same time. i roll with one hand and use the other to feed the incoming cord so they stay side by side and feed it evenly over the center hub of the reel. now both male and female ends are ALWAYS visible and accessible. when you need cord, put it 1/2 way between the wall outlet and the jobsie and unfeed both ends at once. way easier to show someone than to type, hopefully you get the idea!
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577 of 582 people found the following review helpful By Bob Tobias #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 12, 2010
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I used the "wind from center" method mentioned by another reviewer and was able to easily and quickly wind my my Coleman Cable 02589 12/3 Vinyl Outdoor Extension Cord with Lighted End, 100-Foot. (See the attached video for details.)

Other than that, there's not too much to be said. You spend your < $15 and get something that will make your long extension cord much easier to use.

If I ever buy more long extension cords I'll certainly get more of these as well.

OK, there is more to say... How I got 100' of extension cord onto this reel. What I did was to walk the cord out, so it was completely extended and then walk one end back to the other. That gets the plug and socket at one end and the middle at the other. I put a couple Cables to Go 43036 Cable Ties - 100 Pack (Black) (not these exactly but something I had on hand that is the same thing) at the middle to make a ring and put that ring onto the hook on the reel. (If you don't have any cable ties you might still be able to just hook the cord middle in the reel hook and wind it up that way.) Then when I wound up the cord it pulled the middle in first and the two ends last.

BTW, I feel that honest, effective reviews, accompanied by detailed videos, can take the place of first-hand experiences that are often lacking in online shopping. I've always appreciated the help I've received from other reviewers and try to return the favor as best as I can. I hope you found this review helpful and the video at least entertaining.
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95 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Todd Pravata on November 5, 2009
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Some other reviewers suggest doubly winding the cord to allow for partially unreeling. I've not tried that, but seems like it would work. Not sure how easy it is to reel that doubled cord though.

Others suggest drilling a hole in the spindle and passing the female end through the hole. This will work, but if you have any length of the cord sticking out, it's going to fly around as you try to wind the cord.

If you want to singly wind the cord without the free end flying around, then you can make a modification that stores the free male end on the outside of the spool hub. To do this you simply have to notch 4 of the 5 hub splines. This is fairly easy to do with a sharp utility knife and needle nose pliers. Then you can clip the male plug into one of the holes in the hub. See my customer photos for the details.

As you unwind, the free end will stay out of the way. After unwinding the amount that you need, just free up the male end from the hub and plug it in the outlet. To reel in, just store the male end on the hub and reel it in. The free end stays completely out of the way.

I have a 50' cord wound on this reel and it's sturdy enough for that much cord. Bought mine at Home Depot and I've used it often in the many years that I've had it. It's held up great. Yeah, it's plastic, but sturdy enough. Nothing has broken or fallen off of mine.

Giving it 5 stars because, for the price and with the modification I suggest, it's does a great job.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By snooker on February 28, 2010
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Wow some pretty fancy reviews and photos of mods for a $10 item! Thanks for the ideas and pics, I had not thought of them. For the price you can't expect a lot, it does what I need.

In my opinion if you have a hole saw then Henry's got the best idea overall and that is what I did, saw a hole and in my case feed the female receptacle end through it. If you don't have a hole saw then Todd's idea is genius too, except that I want the female receptacle end to be the one to keep at the reel and not the male plug end, and it will get in the way more than the way you can wedge the male prongs end into the plastic.

My use model in the yard is to plug in the power (this is the free end that is wound onto the reel last) then hold it in my hands and unspool it as I head across the yard to where my leaf blower or power tool is and setup there. That way I don't have to walk back to the other end and plug it in, like Todd's way. Saves trips :)

A tip: IF you like to use it by setting it on the ground and pull the cord here is a tip to help keep it from tipping over: Just be sure that the cord is being fed off of the bottom of the reel and NOT the top, this is a lot less tipping force and you should have no problem, I don't (when I sometimes use it that way).
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