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172-01488 Features: -Cable Marking: SJEOW. -Amps: 15.00 A. -Operating Temp.: -67 °F [Min]. -Resistance: Oil Resistant, Weather Resistant, Chemical. Cable Length: -50 Ft. Generic Specifications: -Conductor Size 1: 14/3 AWG. -Voltage: 125.00 VAC. -Withstanding Voltage: 300 V. Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: -6.5 Pounds.
300 Volt Polar Solar Extension Cords - Yellow 50 ft., 14/3 gauge, 125V rating, 15A. Coleman's T-Prene insulated all-weather, all-condition cordage is UL listed for outdoor use, meets OSHA requirements, maintains total flexibility to 7-700 C. Won't crack, peel, flake, or bake out in the most bitter arctic cold. Rugged T-Prene insulation shrugs off oil, grease, acids, solvents and offers outstanding resistance to abrasion, ozone and other on-the-job hazards. Weighs 1/3 less than ordinary cordage.
bought it for the snow blower,works as intended.my wife cut it in half with the hedge trimmer,had her fix it.Published 4 months ago by Carl 8232
Excellent quality extension cord. I use it around the house and for camping.Published 5 months ago by Thomas E. Lewis
Exceptional cable, invaluable when using my 5500 watt generator during superstorm andy.Published 6 months ago by Mr. Edward J. Antonik
The cord works, however, the wire is not identified on the insulation -- most importantly the gauge size. ("AWG 14/3," that sort of identification). Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard Z.
Cord remains flexible down to -67 degrees Fahrenheit..... this is not true. At about 0 Fahrenheit cord starts to get stiff. At -30 Fahrenheit cord is stiff. Read morePublished 19 months ago by W. Robb
This cord has all the features you want - lightweight, flexible, lighted ends, durable cover, bright colored cover. Read morePublished on August 23, 2013 by Dalton
Just finished the winter with this. Work GREAT! No kinks, didn't stiffen up in -5 degree weather, and I especially like the light at the end so I can tell, at a distance, the... Read morePublished on May 18, 2013 by Jerry Mooney