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Belkin SurgeMaster 6 Outlet Wall-Mount Surge Protector

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  • 6-outlet surge protector offers surge protection for your entry-level computers, peripherals, kitchen appliances and more
  • 1045 Joule energy rating provides standard protection for your basic electronic devices
  • 6 surge-protected outlets supply complete protection
  • Illuminated LEDs indicate your devices are ground and protected
  • Lifetime warranty; $50,000 connected equipment warranty
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Frequently Bought Together

Belkin SurgeMaster 6 Outlet Wall-Mount Surge Protector + Belkin BE112230-08 12-Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Telephone and Coaxial Protection + Tripp Lite TLP606 Surge Protector Strip 120V 6 Outlet 6ft Cord 790 Joule
Price for all three: $39.01

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 3 x 8 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006BBAC
  • Item model number: F9H620-CW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (512 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2002

Product Description

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The Home Series from Belkin offers wall mount-direct, plug-in surge protection for your entry-level desktop computers, peripherals, phone/fax/modem, kitchen appliances, standard household electronics, and more. This model boasts 1045 Joules, 45,000 Maximum Spike Amperage, six outlets, and a lifetime 50,000 dollar connected equipment warranty. It also includes a built-in phone line splitter and filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction. Additionally, this surge protector plugs directly into the wall to avoid cord problems.

Product Description

Belkin F9H620-CW 6-Outlet 1045 Joule energy rating provides maximum protection Wall Mount Home Series

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Customer Reviews

Trusted the product because it was Belkin.
Gzimmer3
In fact I liked it so well, I added two more where I needed to plug in more things that the standard two up outlet would allow.
C. G. King
These have helped get the cords off the floor and out of her way!
Angie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

166 of 175 people found the following review helpful By Mattopoo on February 15, 2009
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I just recently purchased this for my TV and 1 week later a mixup caused 220V to surge throughout the house for about 10 seconds. What happened? Some lights went out, the fridge completely burned out and I need a new one, I could smell smoke from something, but....my TV is perfectly OK.

The surge protector no longer works and now I need another one, but at least it's cheaper than a new TV. Oh yeah, I'm now buying units for EVERYTHING in the house, and even if it fails, Belkin has a warranty to replace the equipment, what else could someone ask?
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388 of 420 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 24, 2012
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Please click the "Video review" tab (just above this) to view my video.

I am a degreed Electrical Engineer. I design and work with electrical and electronic devices every day. So when my Belkin SurgeMaster unit became intermittent, it was a natural response for me to pop the case and fix whatever was wrong inside. It was to my great surprise that the unit, not only was defective, but appeared to be defective by design. Not only did it appear defective by design, but in a way that the degree of defectiveness could be controlled. As you will see in my video, the degree of defectiveness can be adjusted with just a turn of a screw. Turn it tight, and you have a great product, but as the factory settings get looser and looser, the product time to failure will get shorter and shorter.

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Having popped off the case of the device, I noticed right away that one of the outlet prongs was loose. Furthermore, the wire attached to the loose prong was not soldered as was all the other connections. Had the prong been soldered to the wire, the loose screw would not have posed a problem. Also, since the distance from the prong to the screw is very short, any twisting of the prong would have a greater impact on the looseness of the screw. Once the screw works itself loose, you begin to have intermittent failure of the device. If the screw is torqued properly in the factory, you will likely never have a problem. If you secure the unit with the set screw provided, you will likely not have a problem. If you plug the unit in once and never touch it, you will likely never have a problem. This is a design flaw that only affects a few people and only after the product has been used for some time.
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97 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Gobears on October 8, 2010
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An adequate surge protector but i had one unexpected design flaw. To secure it to the wall outlet you need to use the center screw. The problem is that all my outlets (and some more modern outlets) don't have a hole for center screws. Why is this important? The protector is bulky and if you just pull on a cord attached to it, it can pull out the entire protector. Simple enough to hold the wall outlet against the wall and then pull out a power cord.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Chandler on April 7, 2010
Many people review surge protectors with tragic stories of losing electronics in surges or lightning storms. I don't have any of those stories. I want to avoid those stories. Enter: Belkin.

I bought two of these. I have a lot of pretty expensive equipment, including a $3,000 loudspeaker system, several Fender tube amps, a whole board filled with expensive guitar effects pedals, an expensive Mac and an embarrassingly expensive class-A headphone amp. I list all of that to say, I needed peace of mind to protect my stuff. $50,000 insurance on equipment? Wonderful! Lifetime guarantee? Wonderful!

They are a nice size; only slightly bigger than my outlets' cover plates and stick out 1.5" from the wall once installed. Installation is almost as easy as plugging something in... You first need to remove the screw from your outlet's cover plate, plug the surge protector in (with the cover plate between it and the wall), and then tighten its included screw in. The surge protector's AC plug, the secondary plastic "tooth" (it sticks out and plugs into the other outlet's ground slot), and the screw all hold this protector tightly to the wall.

Talk about a value. More outlets and $50,000 worth of protection for under $10? What a steal! Buy them and put them all over your house! You'll thank me (and Belkin) someday!
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Lurfy's Ma on August 10, 2010
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We rarely get lightning in this area and very few power surges. I have never lost anything to a power surge. So, I can't speak to how well it would do as a surge protector. I bought this unit mainly to convert a two-plug outlet into six under the kitchen sink.

One of the reasons I chose this particular unit was because another reviewer complained that it only had one plug on the back. That turned out to be the clincher for me. Before we remodeled the kitchen, the garbage disposal was operated by a switch next to a light switch. The bottom plug in that outlet was wired to the switch. The new disposal has a button in the countertop next to the water faucet, so the switch is not needed. Now we have three appliances that need A/C and only one plug since I do not want any of them on the switch. This unit was perfect. Now I get six outlets and none of them are on the switch. Luckily, the Belkin plugs into the top outlet, because that's the one that's not wired to the switch. ;-)

I like that it has a grounded light in addition to one that says it's working (not fried). I like that I get six outlets. I like that it screws securely into the center of the base, just like the faceplate.

I guess I like that it goes over the faceplate, especially since it does would not completely cover the cutout. I love the suggestion of another reviewer to tape the screw to the Belkin so it will be handy if you remove it and need to secure the faceplate. This works perfectly under the sink. It would not work so well if it were installed on a wall or counter. It is attractive enough that it could be installed where it would be visible.

I like the unit. I am deducting one star for the packaging. It comes in one of those maddening clamshells that require the Jaws of Life to open. I have cut myself several times trying to pry something out of those packages.
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